EL2 Conference Registrar
$119,403 to $135,746 pa plus 15.4% superannuation
Plus 2% conferencing allowance
Ongoing or Non-ongoing position in Sydney
Conference Registrars are highly skilled professionals who are required to conduct a high volume of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes including conferencing and conciliations in a diverse range of matters in the General and Other Divisions.
Conference Registrars in the Sydney registry are involved in a very broad range of matters including workers’ compensation, the National Disability and Insurance Scheme, social security, taxation and commercial, and citizenship.
There are approximately 400 statutory frameworks that can be appealed to the AAT and Conference Registrars need to be adept at identifying the best case management and dispute resolution pathways with a diverse range of subject matter and parties.
More information about this position, the scope of the role, duties and selection criteria, is contained within the position description for this role, available from the Working at the AAT page of our website, www.aat.gov.au.
Conference Registrars require qualifications in law and accreditation as a mediator under the National Mediation Accreditation System.
An order of merit established through this selection process may be used to fill this or future vacancies on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis. The Non-Ongoing opportunity will be for 12 months with a possibility of extension.
Any questions about this position should be directed to Justin Toohey on (07) 3052 3047.
How to apply for this position:
Applications must be lodged online through our web based e-recruitment system. To lodge your application, find the advertisement for this position by following the link on the Working at the AAT page and click “Apply Now”.
Please note that applicants who do not provide a statement addressing the selection criteria will not progress to shortlisting. Responses to selection criteria should be maximum two pages in total.
Applications will be accepted until 11:30 pm (AEDT) on Sunday, 21 July 2019.
Working for the AAT:
The AAT is an equal opportunity employer which upholds the APS employment principles and actively encourages a diverse and inclusive workplace.
We offer our employees a wide range of attractive employment conditions including generous leave and superannuation provisions, flexible working arrangements, salary packaging, and study assistance. For more information about these and other conditions of employment refer to the AAT Enterprise Agreement.
The AAT generally requires Australian citizenship as a condition of engagement. All employees who are engaged for a period of over six months are required to undertake an Australian Federal Police Check. All employees who are engaged on an ongoing basis are required to undertake a health assessment.
About the AAT:
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) was established on 1 July 1976 and provides a one-stop shop for the independent review of a wide range of decisions made by the Australian Government.
The AAT can review decisions made under more than 400 Commonwealth and Norfolk Island laws, and in limited circumstances, decisions made by state government and non-government bodies. The most common types of decisions we review relate to child support, Commonwealth workers' compensation, family assistance, paid parental leave, social security, student assistance, migration and refugee visas and visa related decisions, taxation and veterans' entitlements.
For more information about the AAT, visit our website, www.aat.gov.au.
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