Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professionals are invited to volunteer as competition Mediators and Judges, and Team Coaches/Mentors. Expressions of interest are now open, and close on 30 April 2017.
What are the roles?
There are three key volunteer roles in the Comeptition:
- Competition Mediator;
- Competition Judge;
- Team Coach/Mentor.
In this role you will be a mediator in one or more rounds of the competition, mediating between two competing teams in a mock dispute. Full details of this role can be found in Annex III of the Competition Rules.
In this role you will be a judge in one or more rounds of the competition, evaluating the performances of the competing teams. Full details of this role can be found in Annex IV of the Competition Rules.
As a Team Coach or Mentor you will assist an assigned team in their preparation for the Competition. You will only be assigned a team after being consulted by the Organising Committee.
Who can apply?
The Organising Committee will select Professionals based on the following criteria:
- mediation training;
- mediation qualification and accreditation;
- experience in conducting (commercial) mediations;
- experience in representing parties in commercial mediations;
- experience in conducting mediation and ADR trainings;
- other relevant dispute resolution or other professional background;
- experience with other mediation competitions; and,
Please click the button below to apply using the online application form. Applications close on 30 April 2017.
Applications will be considered by the Organising Committee, and you will be notified by the end of March as to the outcome of your application.
There is a short mandatory training session for all Professionals involved in the competition on the evening of Thursday the 6 July 2017.
Please keep this in mind when indicating your availability.
Availability and Costs
The Organising Committee shall request further specific information from the Professionals such as availabilities and participation in social events after making the selection.
Professionals are not expected to be available for the whole Competition. However, preference will be given to Professionals who can be available for substantial parts of the Competition.
ICC Australia is regrettably not in a position to cover costs for travel and hotel accommodation. Therefore, each participant is responsible for his or her own expenses. The Organising Committee will provide you with a list of hotels with which we have special accommodation arrangements.