Judicial Appointments Commission – Judicial Selection Panel Executive
An exciting opportunity to work directly with the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) selection panels (senior independent and judicial panellists), recruiting Judicial Selection Panel Executives on a Fixed Term Loan/secondment from 1 to 2 years, has arisen.
This is an excellent opportunity for young Barristers to work directly with the JAC’s Commissioners, operational and policy teams, senior lay and judicial panel members, as well as key stakeholders, to fulfill its statutory duty of selecting judges solely on merit. This role also presents young Barristers with the chance to develop their analysis and decision making skills as experience selection day interviews, and review candidate assessments that lead to recommendations for judicial office.
The full Job Description can be found here.
If after reading the job description and the application pack, you require any further information about this vacancy, please contact Kate Cinamon at Kate.Cinamon@judicialappointments.gov.uk.
If you have any questions about the recruitment campaign please contact the JAC HR Division on 020 3334 5899 or at Ian.Thomson@judicialappointments.gov.uk.
Government Legal Service (GLS) – Qualified Lawyers Opportunities
GLS qualified lawyer positions are open to barristers, who meet professional qualifications criteria. If you are a barrister, you must have successfully completed pupillage or have been exempted from this by the Bar Council. If you qualified outside England and Wales, you will be required to complete the Bar Transfer Test.
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