Personal Injury Commission (NSW)

Full-time General Member (Full Time)
Motor Accidents Division (x 1)
Workers Compensation Division (x 1)

The Personal Injury Commission (Commission) resolves disputes between people injured in motor accidents and workplaces in NSW, insurers and employers. The Commission is an independent statutory tribunal in NSW, committed to providing a transparent and independent dispute resolution service. The Commission exercises functions in two divisions – the Motor Accidents Division and the Workers Compensation Division.

Applications are sought from suitably qualified and experienced persons for appointment to the position of General Member (Full Time) in both the Workers Compensation or Motor Accidents Division. Candidates with experience across both Divisions may be successful for a dual appointment. Full-Time General Members are based in Sydney. Some travel may be required.

Full-Time General Members receive an attractive salary. Appointments may be made for terms up to five years, with eligibility for reappointment.

Applicants for appointment as a General Member will be qualified legal practitioners of at least 5 years’ standing or, in the opinion of the Minister, possess special knowledge, skill or expertise. Ideally applicants will have sound knowledge of motor accidents and/or workers compensation law and practice, coupled with demonstrated alternative dispute resolution and facilitation skills and experience.

To understand more about the role, including terms and conditions, please access the following information:

·       General Member (full-time) Information Kit

·        Member Code of Conduct

How to Apply You will need to submit a cover letter and CV, demonstrating how your skills, experience and qualifications meet the selection criteria for the position identified in the Information Kit.

If you require further information, please contact the Commission by email at

Applications close at 10.00AM (AEST) on 19 April 2024.

The Personal Injury Commission is an EEO employer and welcomes applicants from diverse backgrounds. If you require access to information via a different process or have access requirements that require reasonable adjustment in the application/assessment process, please contact the Commission on the email above to discuss.