The Communications Officer supports all aspects of the Law Society Tribunal’s communications with the public, stakeholders and the media. The Communications Officer: has overall responsibility for the Tribunal website and Tribunal content in the Ontario Reports; responds to media inquiries; assists media reviewing Tribunal files; prepares and sends weekly updates to media and other stakeholders; prepares plain language summaries of significant decisions and guides to the Tribunal process; prepares the Tribunal’s annual report; provides strategic communications advice and support to the Tribunal Chair; develops communication strategies, including for digital communications; and is a liaison between the Tribunal and the Law Society’s Media Relations and Communications Department. The Communications Officer proofreads and copy edits various materials produced by the Tribunal to ensure a consistent quality standard. The Communications Officer focuses on transparency and service to the public, professions and parties, applying and promoting the Tribunal’s core values of fairness, quality, transparency and timeliness.
Client / Customer Service Planning
Client / Customer Service Delivery
Relationship and Alliance Building
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Problem Solving and Judgement
Technical Competence / Professional Knowledge