Online Procedure Rule Committee Member - Lay Advice (PAT 160071)Closed
|Body:||Online Procedure Rule Committee|
|Appointing Department:||Ministry of Justice|
|Skills required:||IT / Digital|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Remuneration:||The role is unremunerated, but reasonable out-of-pocket expenses (including travel and overnight accommodation) will be payable|
|Time Requirements:||1 day a month|
Closed for Applications
24/10/2022 at 17:00
Final Interview Date
Isobel Clarke or Sarah Rose
Deputy Directors, MOJ Dispute Resolution • Departmental Official
Lord Justice Colin Birss
Judicial member • Other Panel Member
CEO Justice • Representative of Organisation
Independent Panel Member
Members will be expected to play an active role in the OPRC and have collective responsibility for the creation and operation of the Online Procedure Rules. In particular, members will be expected to:
• Engage fully in Committee meetings, giving full consideration to the issues and taking account of all relevant factors, including any guidance issued by the Ministry of Justice or by the Lord Chancellor.
• Attend approximately 10 Committee meetings a year and participate in at least 1 working group. Frequency of working group meetings and associated work will depend on the priorities and work programme the Committee sets, working closely with the Lord Chancellor and Senior Judiciary.
• Read and consider papers outside of meetings. Keep abreast of paperwork and issues relating to the work of the OPRC. Candidates will be expected to put time aside ahead of meetings to review paperwork.• Be prepared to represent the Committee publicly.
• Ensure that the OPRC’s responsibilities under the Freedom of Information Act (including prompt responses to public requests for information) are discharged, agree contributions to publications as required.
• Respond appropriately to complaints, if necessary, with reference to the Ministry of Justice.
• Ensure that the Committee does not exceed its powers or functions.
From time-to-time issues of a confidential nature may arise during Committee work. The duty of confidentiality obliges members to respect the confidentiality of such work. Confidential information that members obtain during the course of membership of the Committee must not be shared by committee members except to the extent permitted by the Chair.
Candidates will be able to demonstrate the following:
• Experience in and knowledge of the lay advice sector.
• An interest in justice, law, court procedure, and digital services
• Commitment to putting the needs of users at the centre of the rule making process
• The ability to analyse and debate complex issues
• Effective interpersonal and communication skills including demonstrable ability to engage with stakeholders
• An understanding of diversity issues
• Demonstrable ability to express complicated matters in plain English
Candidates should ideally have experience in one or more of the following areas:
• The ability to contribute to, and influence, Committee meetings
• Excellent time management skills
• Experience of helping users navigate court processes
• A knowledge of the existing work developing the digital justice system, including the HMCTS reform programme and current online dispute resolution.
• There must be no employment restrictions, or limit on your permitted stay in the UK.
• You should not be employed in the UK Civil Service.
We welcome applications from all those who are eligible.
|Supporting Documents OPRC Lay Member|
|Candidate Information Pack OPRC Lay Member PAT160071 -070922|