Working at SLASTO
The SLASTO team includes Ontario Public Service staff and members (adjudicators) who are appointed by Order-in-Council.
SLASTO is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce and applications are encouraged from all qualified candidates. Our staff and members reflect the diversity of the people of Ontario and deliver services and decisions in a non-partisan, professional and ethical manner with a commitment to the principles and values of public service.
Accommodation during the recruitment process will be provided in accordance with the Human Rights Code.
Full and part-time members are responsible for resolving disputes under applicable legislation, polices and rules. They conduct hearings and/or mediations as assigned. SLASTO members also participate in professional development activities and have the opportunity to contribute to the ongoing improvement of the SLASTO, its tribunals and the administrative justice system in Ontario. The work of members is challenging and demanding and requires confidence, compassion and critical thinking.
Read the full position descriptions and core competencies:
- Position Description – Associate Chair (HTML or PDF)
- Core Competencies – Vice Chair (HTML or PDF)
- Core Competencies – Member (HTML or PDF)
Our members are appointed using an open, merit based recruitment process. Members are Order-in-Council appointees. The Public Appointments Secretariat website has more information on the appointments process.
Some SLASTO staff track applications from the time the file is received until resolution. They make sure the file is complete, schedule hearings and case conferences, respond to inquiries from the parties and provide education and information. Others resolve appeals and applications outside of the hearing process using case conferences and other methods of alternate dispute resolution.
Staff also support the organization in areas like finance, human resources, legal services, IT and communications.