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Are you a good listener? Do you have an eye for detail? Can you make decisions and tactfully participate in "difficult" conversations?

The Deputy Chief Commissioner (Issues Management), Robert Rodgers, is calling for expressions of interest from Leaders and Commissioners with an interest in undertaking Scouts' training for Investigation Panels. 

These panels investigate major behavioural issues being managed under section 4 of the Chapter on Behavioural Management in the Organisation and Information Handbook and, after hearing from complainants, witnesses and those subject of the complaints, make recommendations to the Deputy Chief Commissioner.

A training session for interested Leaders will be held on the evening on Friday November 6, 2015 and Saturday November 7, 2015.

If you feel that you have the personal qualities and the time available to contribute to the investigation process as part of the Investigation Panel, please submit your expression of interest to the Deputy Chief Commissioner (Issues Management) c/- Virginia Pearce - Human Resources and Issues Management Adviser at:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or contact her on (02) 9735 9029 for more information.

 





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