Psychology Board of Australia
Psychology Board of Australia
 

Vacancies

Call for expressions of interest for panel appointments - health practitioners from Northern Territory and Western Australia

The Psychology Board of Australia (the Board) invites expressions of interest from experienced practicing practitioners (registered Psychologists) who are interested in being included on a List of Approved Persons for panel appointments.

This recruitment is in accordance with s183(2) of the National Law, to the extent practicable, will exclude individuals whose residence or principal place of practice is in a co-regulatory jurisdiction (i.e. NSW).

Under the National Law1, a National Board convenes health panels and performance and professional standards panels when required to hold hearings into specific health, performance or conduct matters for individual registered health professionals.

Such panels consist of members chosen from a National Board approved list of persons.

Appointments to the List of Approved Persons for panel appointments are for up to three years, with eligibility for re-appointment.

More information about the roles, eligibility requirements and the application process is detailed in the application form and guide below:

Candidate information pack

For enquiries, please contact statutoryappointments@ahpra.gov.au

Applications closing date extended to Monday 22 May 2017, 5pm AEST.


1 The Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, as in force in each state and territory (the National Law)

 


 

Call for applications for appointment to the State and Territory Boards of the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme

There are multiple practitioner member and community member vacancies arising on the ACT/TAS/Vic Regional Board of the Psychology Board of Australia. To be eligible for appointment as a practitioner member and community member, you must hold current registration in the profession and reside in the Australian Capital Territory./p>

Board appointments are made by the respective Minister for Health under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, as in force in each state and territory. Appointments are for up to three years, with eligibility for reappointment.

More information about the roles, eligibility requirements and the application process can be found in the information guide and application form below.

Are you a health practitioner? Use this document pack to apply

Are you a community member?  Use this document pack to apply

For enquiries, please contact statutoryappointments@ahpra.gov.au.

Applications close Thursday 11 May 2017, 5pm AEST.


1 The Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, as in force in each state and territory (the National Law)

 

 


Call for expressions of interest for panel appointments - health practitioners from Western Australia

The Psychology Board of Australia (the Board) invites expressions of interest from experienced practicing practitioners (registered Psychologists) who are interested in being included on a List of Approved Persons for panel appointments.

This recruitment is in accordance with s183(2) of the National Law, to the extent practicable, will exclude individuals whose residence or principal place of practice is in a co-regulatory jurisdiction (i.e. NSW).

Under the National Law1, a National Board convenes health panels and performance and professional standards panels when required to hold hearings into specific health, performance or conduct matters for individual registered health professionals.

Such panels consist of members chosen from a National Board approved list of persons.

Appointments to the List of Approved Persons for panel appointments are for up to three years, with eligibility for re-appointment.

More information about the roles, eligibility requirements and the application process is detailed in the application form and guide below:

Candidate information pack

For enquiries, please contact statutoryappointments@ahpra.gov.au

Applications close Monday 20 March 2017, 5pm AEST.


1 The Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, as in force in each state and territory (the National Law)

 

 
 
 
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