Administrative Tribunal Member
"Member" means an appointee, other than the chair or a vice chair as defined in the Remuneration Guidelines, and for the purposes of the Remuneration Guidelines includes:
- An appointee who may preside at a hearing conducted by a multi-person panel of the administrative tribunal
- A vice chair of the Labour Relations Board
- A vice chair of the Workers Compensation Appeal Tribunal
An administrative tribunal is an independent entity established by legislation to make quasi-judicial decisions or to resolve disputes.
Applicable Job Codes
|Bargaining Unit Code||N/A|
Rates effective Dec 16, 2010
|Administrative Tribunal Group||Annual|
|Group 1||74,500 - 85,000|
|Group 2||85,000 - 113,500|
|Group 3||100,000 - 124,000|
Full time tribunal appointees are Order in Council (OIC), Category "C" unless specifically noted as being otherwise. An appointee may be paid remuneration or reimbursed for expenses in accordance with Treasury Board Directive 2/11, Remuneration Guidelines for Appointees to Administrative Tribunals.
The Appointee Remuneration Committee, administered by the Public Sector Employers' Council Secretariat, determines which group each administrative tribunal falls within. The administrative tribunal administers the remuneration, benefits and expenses payable to appointees in accordance with the Remuneration Guidelines. See a list of Administrative Tribunals.