08 Mar 2016
Call for applications for appointment to the Podiatry Board of Australia’s list of approved persons for appointment to panels.
The Podiatry Board of Australia (the Board) seeks applications from experienced registered practitioners for appointment to the Board’s list of approved persons for panel appointments.
Under the National Law1, health panels and performance and professional standards panels are convened by National Boards when required to hold hearings into specific health, performance or conduct matters for individual registered health professionals. Such panels consist of members chosen from the list of persons approved by the National Board.
The Board is seeking registered practising podiatrists, podiatric surgeons and medical practitioners2 with at least five (5) years recent practice experience and who reside in all states and territories (except NSW*).for appointment to the list of approved persons.
*Recruitment for panel members is in accordance with s183(2) of the National Law, and to the extent practicable, will exclude individuals whose residence or principal place of practice is in a co-regulatory jurisdiction (i.e. NSW).
All appointments are made by the Board under the National Law and your application will be assessed by a Selection Advisory Panel. Appointments are for up to three years, with eligibility for re-appointment, and are expected to commence in May 2016.
For more information on the role and the application process, please download the application guide and application forms below.
Candidate information pack
- Application form (368 KB,PDF), Word version (498 KB,DOC)
- Application guide (166 KB,PDF), Word version (402 KB,DOCX)
- Private interests declaration (176 KB,PDF), Word version (574 KB,DOCX)
- National criminal history check consent form (656 KB,PDF)
For general enquiries please contact the Statutory Appointments Unit via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expressions of interest close Monday 28 March 2016.
1The Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, as in force in each state and territory (the National Law).
2At least one member of a health panel must be a medical practitioner.