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.
Each year, SACAT will appoint a law graduate as associate to the President of the Tribunal, Justice Judy Hughes. Justice Hughes is also a judge of the Supreme Court as well as President of SACAT.
For a comprehensive list of duties for the associate to the President, please see the attached Job and Person Specification.
The successful applicant will be admitted as a legal practitioner, or undertaking GDLP or a post-admission course. The appointment as an associate will generally be for one year and associates may not undertake other employment (either paid or non-paid) without the permission of the President. Appointment will be at the LE1 level for an admitted practitioner.
If you are interested in the position of associate, please send a covering letter, curriculum vitae, qualifications and academic record to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for Specialist Industry and Consumer Assessors are being sought - open from Friday, 6 July 2018 to Friday, 3 August 2018.
A Specialist Assessor is an industry or technical expert in their respective field and a Consumer Assessor is a person who is representative of the general public who has experience in dealing with or being a consumer within various industries.
Fields of expertise required include:
|animals & plants||biologist||commerce and or economics||conservation|
|environment||gas supply industry||harbors & navigation||land agent|
|livestock and exotic disease||local government||mining||national park|
|pastoral care||personal care||primary production||regulated industry|
An Assessor will hear and decide applications and disputes as part of a multi-disciplinary panel (often sitting with legally qualified members).
Assessors will primarily sit in the review jurisdiction where members of the public can review decisions of government departments, and in the disciplinary jurisdiction of the Tribunal where disciplinary action can be taken with respect to members of particular professions.
The expertise and advice provided by an assessor will assist in comprehending complicated technical evidence or concepts in order to assist the panel to reach the correct and preferable legal decision, and ensure the decision has the preferable practical application within the respective industry.
Appointment of assessors is made on a sessional basis. Hearings are likely to be irregular and infrequent.
Remuneration rates are listed in the draft terms and conditions documents.
Successful applicants will be required to undertake a National Police Clearance (NPC).
Applications can be emailed to email@example.com by close of business Friday, 3 August 2018.
For a private discussion about the roles please call Chris Byron-Scott on 7424 7135.