In the National Insurance Court, we work closely across different fields to reach sound decisions in the appeals. We have a strong legal environment and work continuosly to improve ourselves.

You can read about the different positions in the National Insurance Court below. This is also where you can find information about vacancies.

Vacancies

ScoreApplication deadline
Medical Expert and member of the Court
1-2 temporary positions
8th January 2021

About our positions

A judicial member of the court is a judge in the National Insurance Court's treatment of appeals and administers the case leading each court consisting og two, three or five judges. They prepare the case, get in touch with the parties and write a draft decision. A judicial member of the court can also be a secondary judge in cases pertaining to judicial questions. This is about 30 per cent of the cases in the National Insurance Court. A judicial member of the court must have a masters degree in law or an equivalent legal degree. Norwegian citizenship is a requirement.

A medical expert member of the court is a judge in the National Insurance Court's treatment of the appeals similar to a judicial member of the court. In each case the court is set with two, three or five members of the court. Medical experts participate in about 70 per cent of the cases. They have a particular responsibility in considering proof of medical nature. A medical expert member of the court must be an authorised medical doctor in Norway. Norwegian citizenship is a requirement.

A medical expert member of the court is a judge in the National Insurance Court's treatment of the appeals similar to a judicial member of the court. In each case the court is set with two, three or five members of the court. Vocational rehabilitation experts participate in about 35 per cent of the cases. They have a particular responsibility in considering proof of vocational nature. Vocational rehabilitation expert have a deep insight into the employment market and the corresponding available resources. Norwegian citizenship is a requirement.

Deputy court members are trainee lawyers with the power of attorney to make legal decisions. Just as a judicial member of the court, they administer their own cases or can be a secondary judge. The position of a deputy court member is an apprentisship position and covers the requirements for work practice and procedure to receive a lawyer's licence. A Deputy Court member must have a masters degree in law or an equivalent legal degree. Norwegian citizenship is a requirement.

Administrtive department is in charge of the administrative workings of the National Insurance Court, including: HR-services, finances, IT, archive and general office services.