**For information only: Applications closed**.
You could use your employment relations skills to help resolve industrial disputes in Guernsey.
The Committee for Employment and Social Security is recruiting for two lesser known public office roles – the Industrial Disputes Officer and Deputy Industrial Disputes Officer.
These are paid statutory positions and the postholders will be independent of the States. On average, there are four or five disputes between employers and employees in Guernsey each year, requiring 5-10 hours of input per case. Meetings are arranged around the diaries of the participants so these roles could be combined with a full-time (flexible) job. A five-day ACAS training course is provided and there is an allowance of approx £5,600 a year paid to each officer.
Applications are welcome from candidates who have employment relations experience eg human resources or trades unions.
There’s an excellent information booklet explaining the roles here and the application form is here.
More about the Employment Relations Service.
States goes to court to block pensions tribunal (11 April, Guernsey Press)
Closed 25 March 2022.