1 Practitioner member - involved in education of the profession
1 Practitioner member - hospital pharmacist
2 Community members
1 Australian Lawyer
Contact: Sharlene Wiebenga
Closing date: 13 November 2020
Expressions of interest are being sought from suitably qualified and experienced nominees for appointment to the Pharmacy Council of NSW https://www.pharmacycouncil.nsw.gov.au/.
The health professional Councils are statutory bodies established under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW) to manage notifications and complaints about registered health practitioners practising and students studying in NSW. The Pharmacy Council of NSW also has a role in the regulation of community pharmacies. The Councils provide an important public safety role and aim to promote good practice in the relevant health profession.
Five of the ten members of the Pharmacy Council of NSW are appointed by the Governor of NSW for a term of up to three years on the recommendation of the Minister for Health. Members must be able to demonstrate integrity, impartiality, open-mindedness, sound judgment, knowledge of the rules of procedural fairness and natural justice, and have an appreciation of the need for quality and consistency in decision-making. In addition, members should have the ability to apply legislation and demonstrate effective and proactive teamwork.
Applicants will be selected on merit and provide an appropriate range of knowledge, skills and diversity within the Council membership. An information package comprising the selection criteria and the Council Appointment – Expression of Interest form is available on the Health Professional Councils Authority website https://www.hpca.nsw.gov.au/council-membership-11.
Expressions of interest should include the following information and be submitted by email to email@example.com :
- A brief expression of interest addressing the selection criteria
- An up to date curriculum vitae outlining experience and qualifications (maximum 5 pages)
- An Expression of Interest form
- The names and contact details of two referees.
 Australian Lawyers need to provide evidence that they have been admitted to the legal profession and are currently on the Supreme Court Roll.