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Contracting Opportunity – Administrative Appeals Tribunal

Administrative Appeals Tribunal – Early Case Assessment and Resolution

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) is seeking proposals from individuals to assist with Early Case Assessment and Resolution (ECAR) at the AAT. Suitably qualified and experienced individuals will be engaged on an as-needed basis and will typically conduct conferences and conciliations to cover periods of leave and workload peaks.

Conditions for Participation:

Good character, Legal qualifications, Accredited mediator, Professional indemnity insurance

The following qualifications are mandatory:

  • A recognised degree in Laws of an Australian tertiary institution or comparable overseas qualifications, which, in the opinion of the Registrar, is appropriate to the duties of the office or Admission as a practitioner, however described, of the High Court or the Supreme Court of an Australian State or Territory.
  • Training, accreditation or qualifications in mediation, arbitration, conflict coaching or other relevant conferences.

Rates

$350 – $600 per day (as a contractor i.e. not including tax, superannuation or insurance).

Description:

 

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) is seeking proposals from individuals to assist with the Early Case Assessment and Resolution (ECAR) at the AAT.

The extension of the casual panel for ECAR services will allow the AAT to flexibly engage suitably experienced individuals on an as-needed basis. Panelists have typically been engaged to conduct conferences and conciliations in the General and Other Divisions to temporarily cover periods of Conference Registrar leave or assist with workload peaks. The AAT wants to extend the range of ECAR services to other caseloads in other divisions.

The range of duties will vary but may include:

  1. Triaging, assessing risk and prioritising case management responses.
  2. Working on caseloads with a particular expertise such as NDIS matters and certain types of migration visa cases.
  3. Establishing processes and capability in specialist caseload management and techniques.
  4. Engaging with represented and self-represented parties to define and clarify the issues in dispute.
  5. Conducting file reviews, identifying gaps in information, and setting timetables for the provision of further information.
  6. Preparing parties for participation in AAT proceedings including ADR and hearing processes.
  7. Conducting ADR processes to facilitate consent agreements.

For more information, Click Here to Apply

Locations: Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Hobart. 

Applications close on 18 May 2018.

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For more information about this opportunity and to apply go to www.relationshipsvictoria.com.au/careers

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Applications close 3 March 2017

The ACT Magistrates Court is seeking expressions of interest from persons who are:

  1. Registered as nationally accredited mediators; and
  2. Legal practitioners who are or eligible for admission as a practitioner of the High Court or the Supreme Court of an Australian State or Territory; with at least 5 years post admission experience;
  3. Preferably with experience in civil litigation in the ACT.

To be placed on a panel of mediators to undertake mediations in the civil jurisdiction of the Court on the following terms:

  1. Parties will pay the mediator fees directly at least seven days prior to the mediation on an equal share basis unless otherwise agreed between the parties;
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Selected members for the Panel will be announced by 17 March. For further information phone (02) 6205 2198.

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