RSLWA State Tribunal Membership – EOI
The Chair of the RSLWA State Tribunal seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitably qualified persons to fill a vacancy that will become available in March 2022 when a current member retires.
The successful applicant will commence their term from March 2022 and confirmation proposed at the 2022 AGM in June. Tribunal membership is for a period of three years.
Applications should be by letter outlining the skills and experience the candidate would bring to the Tribunal. Applications should be typed and no more than 300 words.
Applications – should be sent to the Chairman, RSLWA Nominations Committee,
Members of the State Branch Tribunal shall be selected through a recruiting process conducted by the Nominations Committee.
A recommendation will then be forwarded to the Board of Directors for their approval. At the AGM, immediately following the Board appointment, State Congress will be requested to confirm the appointment of the newly selected member plus those who are already on the Tribunal.
RSLWA are leaders in the care of the veteran community through their pursuance of dynamic Welfare and Advocacy programs to the benefit of its members. These programs form the core responsibilities of RSLWAs activities.
To achieve these activities a number of Sub Committees work within their allocated remit reporting to the Board of Directors when and if required. To ensure continuity in these Committees succession planning is vital.
As per the Constitution the Tribunal shall hear all matters referred to it by RSLWA. These matters include:
- appeals on decisions of Sub-Branches, both disciplinary and administrative;
b. disciplinary matters referred to it by RSLWA;
c. appeals or hearings in relation to eligibility for memberships, transfers of
membership, as set out in the Rules; and,
d. other such matters referred to it by the Board of Directors to deal with complaints, disputes and grievances from individuals arising within the jurisdiction of RSLWA.