Tribunal Procedure Committee Member - PAT160061Closed
|Body:||Tribunal Procedure Committee|
|Appointing Department:||Ministry of Justice|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Remuneration:||Unremunerated. Reasonable standard travel expenses and out-of-pocket expenses will be payable.|
|Time Requirements:||Nine committee meetings per year|
Closed for Applications
04/01/2023 at 11:00
Final Interview Date
March 2023 to be confirmed
Members will be expected to play an active role on the Tribunal Procedure Committee and to:
- Attend and take an active role in Committee meetings; members will be expected to commit to attending approximately nine committee meetings per year, lasting three to four hours. However, the frequency of meetings can vary according to the need to accommodate the priorities of the work coming before the Committee;
- Members are usually asked to participate in two standing sub-groups which meet frequently. Associated work for these will depend on upcoming work requirements and members will be expected to read and consider papers outside meetings;
- Keep abreast of paperwork and issues relating to the work of the Committee;
- Chair and/or attend sub-committee meetings or meetings with stakeholders;
- Contribute to any reports or documents produced on behalf of the Committee, as required;
- To play an active role on the TPC that makes rules governing the practice and procedure in the First-tier and Upper Tribunals.
Members of the Committee have collective responsibility for the operation of the body and must:
- Where practicable and appropriate, hold at least one meeting a year in public;
- Respond appropriately to complaints if necessary with reference to the MoJ;
- Ensure that the Committee does not exceed its powers or functions.
Communications between the Committee and the Lord Chancellor will generally be through the Chair. Nevertheless, any Committee member has the right of access to Ministers on any matter that he or she believes raises important issues relating to his or her duties as a Committee member. In such cases the agreement of the rest of the Committee should normally be sought.
Candidates will be able to demonstrate the following:
o Experience of practice in the employment tribunals or the Employment Appeal Tribunal, or advising persons involved in Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal proceedings;
o Demonstrable ability to analyse and debate complex issues;
o Demonstrable ability to contribute to, and influence, Committee meetings;
o Demonstrable ability to manage time;
o Effective interpersonal and communications skills including a demonstrable ability to engage with stakeholders;
o An understanding of diversity issues.
|Tribunal Procedure Committee Candidate Information 301122 (2)|
|Supporting Documents Tribunal Procedure Committee|