Welcome to SACAT 

the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal

SACAT is a state tribunal that helps South Australians resolve issues within specific areas of law, either through agreement at a conference, conciliation or mediation, or through a decision of the Tribunal at hearing. SACAT also conducts reviews of Government decisions.​


Vacancy - Deputy President of SACAT

Applications are sought for appointment to the office of Deputy President, South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT).

The Deputy President will be a non-judicial officer appointed by his Excellency the Governor for a term of five years.

Remuneration is determined by the Remuneration Tribunal. The appointee must have seven years’ standing as a legal practitioner and have a high level of experience in the practice of administrative and/or civil law.

The job pack is available here.


Vacancy - Ordinary Members

South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT) are seeking applications for appointment as an Ordinary Member of the Tribunal. Ordinary Members are non-judicial officers appointed by his Excellency the Governor for a term of three to five years. Remuneration is determined by the Remuneration Tribunal.

Appointees must have five years’ standing as a legal practitioner or have extensive knowledge, expertise or experience relating to a class of matter for which functions may be exercised by the Tribunal. The job pack is available here.


Equal Opportunity

From 2 September 2019, the Tribunal will have jurisdiction under the Equal Opportunity Act (EO Act) 1984 to determine complaints referred by the Commissioner for Equal Opportunity, make orders exempting persons or organisations from a part of the EO Act, and to review a decision of the Commissioner for Equal Opportunity to refuse to extend the time to lodge a complaint. Read more here.

 

Travelling to SACAT?

Please see the SACAT facilities page for further information regarding accessibility. Here are some useful links on how to get to SACAT;

  • ​The CBD Accessibility Map (from Adelaide City Council) will assist in identifying appropriate services and parking  

  • ​The CBD Loading Zone Map (for immediate surrounds to 100 Pirie Street) will assist in identifying nearby drop off and pick up points for parties with mobility restrictions

  • ​The CBD Wayfinding Map (from Adelaide Metro) - will assist in identifying appropriate public transport options (i.e. bus stops, tram stops etc.) 

  • ​The CBD Public Transport Map (from Adelaide Metro) - will assisting in identifying specific bus numbers and where they collect / drop-off