Recruitment of panel members
Are you looking to play an active part in your community?
Are you able to scrutinise and evaluate material to make independent, balanced, and fair decisions?
The Housing Appeals Tribunal was set up in 2005, in accordance with the States Housing (Tribunal and Appeals) (Guernsey) Regulations, 2005. The Tribunal is a mechanism for social housing tenants to appeal against decisions made by Housing or the Guernsey Housing Association. This can be in relation to rent payments, rent rebates, tenancy reviews, allocations, and applications for social housing.
The Tribunal consists of a panel of independent members who are appointed by the States and who meet as required to hear and determine appeals. On each occasion when an appeal is lodged, three members of the Housing Appeals Panel are appointed to form a Tribunal to consider the matter, which is usually done on a rotation basis.
No previous experience is required for these posts and Guernsey-based training will be provided to enable you to undertake your duties.
How to apply
- For full details of the job role, please see the information pack in the 'downloads' section of this page
- Interested parties are asked to submit an expression of interest detailing their professional and other relevant experience together with a covering letter indicating their reasons for applying for this position. Any appointment will be subject to the approval by the States of Deliberation on the recommendation of the Committee for Employment & Social Security.
- Expressions of interest should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to:
Clerk to the Housing Appeals Panel
Edward T. Wheadon House
St Peter Port
Contacts and further information
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the role further before applying, please contact Alissa Whales on 732494 or email email@example.com. For further information regarding social housing appeals, see www.gov.gg/socialhousingappeals.