Our Arbitrator job description includes the Administrative Assistant responsibilities, duties, skills, education, qualifications, and experience.
About the Arbitrator role
An Arbitrator is a neutral third party who listens to both sides of a dispute and helps to resolve the conflict without going to court. The Arbitrator hears evidence, listens to arguments, and makes a decision based on the facts presented.
The purpose of an Arbitrator is to provide a neutral, impartial third-party to resolve disputes between parties. An Arbitrator hears evidence and arguments from both sides and renders a binding decision. This decision is legally enforceable and is an alternative to going to court. Arbitration is often used in labor disputes, consumer disputes, contract disputes, and other civil matters.
An Arbitrator is a professional mediator who is responsible for settling disputes between parties in a fair and impartial manner. They analyze and evaluate the facts and evidence presented by both sides and then make a decision based on the law and facts in the case. Arbitrators must have excellent communication and negotiation skills, as well as a thorough knowledge of the law and the legal system. They must also be able to remain impartial and unbiased throughout the process.
- Resolve disputes between parties
- Provide sound decisions based on facts and evidence
- Listen to arguments of each party in the dispute
- Investigate the dispute and research applicable laws
- Conduct hearings and interviews
- Write detailed decisions summarizing the dispute
- Analytical Thinking
- Problem Solving
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to remain impartial and objective
- Strong organizational and problem-solving skills
- Ability to make well-reasoned decisions
- Excellent communication skills
- Excellent problem solving skills
- Ability to remain impartial and unbiased
- Ability to remain calm and composed
- Ability to make sound judgments