Call for Nominations for Membership of the Tribunal
The World Bank is seeking nominations for membership of the World Bank Administrative Tribunal. The Tribunal hears and passes judgment on cases in which staff members of the Bank Group allege non-observance of their contracts of employment or terms of appointment. The members of the Tribunal, who work intermittently as the Tribunal’s case load demands, are appointed for a term of five years (renewable once).
Article IV, paragraph 1 of the Statute of the Tribunal provides that the members of the Tribunal, who must be nationals of the Member States of the Bank, “shall be persons of high moral character and must possess the qualifications required for appointment to high judicial office or be jurisconsults of recognized competence in relevant fields such as employment relations, international civil service and international organization administration”. Current and former staff of the Bank Group shall not be eligible to serve as members of the Tribunal and members may not be employed by the Bank Group following their service on the Tribunal.
Article IV, paragraph 2 of the Statute provides that the members of the Tribunal shall be appointed by the Executive Directors of the Bank from a list of candidates nominated by the President of the Bank after appropriate consultation. For this purpose, the President has appointed an advisory committee composed of four members with relevant experience.
Nominations (including profiles) of qualified persons should be sent by e-mail to the Chair, Advisory Committee on the Appointment of Judges, at firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 July 2012. Qualified persons who wish to be considered are also invited to submit their own profiles.
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