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Before being considered for appointment as a CJC mediator, an applicant must:
The Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Directorate is a Recognised Mediator Accreditation Body and accredits CJC mediators. To find out more about National Accreditation, please see the
ADR Directorate. See also the Practice Alert on National Accreditation and the Practice Alert on Continuing Professional Development.
CJC will use the services of its mediators only when required. There is no guarantee of when or how often mediators will be asked to provide services.
Public Sector Employment and Management Act 2002 (NSW) does not apply to the appointment of a CJC mediator.
The current rate of payment is $41.60 per hour. CJC mediators are paid a minimum of two hours for each attendance for a mediation session. Up to one hour is paid for briefing and debriefing time (in addition to time actually spent mediating).
CJC does not guarantee any amount of work. The amount of work able to be offered depends upon the:
NSW case load.
Availability of the mediator.
Flexibility of the mediator.
Special skills of the mediator.
Size of the mediator panel.
How it works
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