The Appointments Commission currently has no vacancies:
Updated 17 May 2013
Please see Downloadable Documents below for Application Form and Remuneration Information.
The Appointments Commission
The Appointments Commission has been established, as an independent body, by the Council of Ministers under the auspices of the Tribunals Act 2006. Its principal function is to make appointments, in accordance with relevant legislation, to various Tribunals and other bodies.
The Commission members are currently:
- Mr Peter Corkhill (Chairperson)
- Mr Francis Masserick
- Ms Jane O'Rourke
- Mr Tim Craig
- Mrs Helen Booth
Recruitment Policy Statement
It is the Appointments Commission's policy to promote equal opportunities. Procedures in relation to recruitments form part of this commitment. The Commission seeks to select the most suitable person for the post. The selection process is undertaken without discrimination and regardless of disability, gender, ethnic background or religious beliefs. Applicants must be over the age of 18.
Appointments Commission Recruitment Procedure
The Appointments Commission will prepare a shortlist of suitable candidates using the information provided on the application form for the relevant post. It is important that your answers on this form demonstrate how you meet the requirements of the post applied for. Interviews will be conducted in accordance with the policy of the Commission, but please be aware that the Commission may appoint to a Tribunal without interviews if it is satisfied by the written application and references in appropriate circumstances.
Legislation and Information links:
Minutes of the meetings of the Appointments Commission.
Once the minutes of the meetings of the Appointments Commission have been approved by the Commission as a correct record of the meeting, they will be published online. From December 2011, these minutes will be available to members of the public - please see Downloadable Documents below.
This is available by clicking on the link below. You may complete the form online (and save it to your system) or you may print the form and complete by hand. Please Note: if completing online, you should use the 'tab' key to move between boxes/sections.
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