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    Chair's initial term and reappointment

    2 (1) The chair of the tribunal may be appointed by the appointing authority, after a merit based process, to hold office for an initial term of 3 to 5 years.

    (2) The chair may be reappointed by the appointing authority for additional terms of up to 5 years.

    Member's initial term and reappointment

    3 (1) A member, other than the chair, may be appointed by the appointing authority, after a merit based process and consultation with the chair, to hold office for an initial term of 2 to 4 years.

    (2) A member may be reappointed by the appointing authority as a member of the tribunal for additional terms of up to 5 years.

    Name

    Position

    Term

     

     

     

    Jacquie de Aguayo

    Acting Chair

    6 months from August 24, 2017

    Bruce Wilkins Associate Chair - Adjudication May 25, 2018
    Koml Kandola Acting Registrar and
    Vice-Chair
    September 1, 2018
         
    James Carwana Vice-Chair May 31, 2018
    Jennifer Glougie Vice-Chair June 1, 2019
    Elena Miller Vice-Chair January 4, 2018
    Leah Terai Vice-Chair May 31, 2018
         
    Grant McArthur Director - Mediation Excluded
    Christina Bains Mediator Excluded
    Dave Schaub Mediator Excluded
    Trevor Sones Mediator Excluded
         
    Mark Clark Deputy Registrar Excluded
         

    Employees of the board

    122(1) The board may, despite the Public Service Act, employ a secretary and other officers and employees it considers necessary for the purposes of this Code, and may determine their duties, conditions of employment and remuneration.  

    (2) This Code and the Public Service Labour Relations Act do not apply to the members of the board or the secretary, of the officers and employees of the board.

    (3) The chair must designate an employee employed under subsection (1) as the information officer to advise the public with respect to this Code and its application to labour relations in British Columbia.

    Labour Relations Board Order In Council's Salary Benefit


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