18 Aug 2016
Call for applications for appointment to the ACT/TAS/VIC Regional Board of the Psychology Board of Australia, and health, performance and professional standards hearing panels.
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) supports the 14 National Health Profession Boards in their primary role of protecting the public. AHPRA manages the registration and notification handling processes for health practitioners and students across Australia.
State, territory and regional boards exercise their functions in the jurisdiction to provide an effective and timely local response to health practitioners and other persons.
Applications are sought from psychologists who reside and practice in Victoria to fill vacancies on the ACT/TAS/VIC Regional Board of the Psychology Board of Australia.
Appointments are made by the Victorian 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.
Applications are sought from psychologists who reside and practice in Victoria to fill vacancies on the health, performance and professional standards hearing panels.
Recruitment in accordance with ss183(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.
Appointments to the list of approved persons for appointment to panels are for up to three years, with eligibility for re-appointment, these appointments are made by the Psychology Board of Australia.
For more information on the role and the application process, please download the application guide and application forms below.
For enquiries, email email@example.com
Applications close Thursday 15 September 2016.
1The Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, as in force in each state and territory (the National Law)