The Work Permit Appeal Tribunal 20 July 2010
Vacancies for: Additional Members of the Employers PanelVacancies for: Additional Members of the Employees Panel
Term of office: 3 years from date of appointment
What does the Work Permit Appeal Tribunal do?The principal function of the Tribunal is to hear appeals against decisions of the Department of Economic Development with regard to the granting/refusal of work permits under the Control of Employment Act 1975. Appeals may also arise against the decisions of that Department regarding the refusal or revocation of licences under the Employment Agencies Act 1975.
Who are the Appointments Commission looking for?
Member of the Employers Panel: Applicants do not need any formal qualifications however the Appointments Commission will be looking for persons representing employers and self-employed earners.
Member of the Employees Panel: Applicants do not need any formal qualifications, however, a knowledge and understanding of employment law, industrial relations and HR gained in a senior business, financial, union representational or legal role, is desirable.
It is important to note that the panel members of the Tribunal are not there in any way to represent the employer/employee appearing before the Tribunal, but rather to sit as independent members drawing upon their knowledge and experience of employment related matters.
How do I apply?
Information packs and application forms for both vacancies are available below or from Miss T Brown, Appointments Commission, Tribunals Section, Isle of Man Courts of Justice, Deemsters Walk, Bucks Road, Douglas. IM1 3AR (Tel: 687502).
Applications should reach the Secretary no later than 4pm on Wednesday 28th July 2010
If, after reading through the information pack, you have any queries about the duties and responsibilities of the post, or the Tribunal, please contact Mr Ray Quinn, Tribunal Services Manager on Tel: 682382.
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