Wanted – RSHom members for the Society’s Public Affairs and Professional Standards Committees
Professional Standards Committee (PSC)
The PSC report to and advise the Board and support other committees and staff in professional standards. It ensures members of the Society achieve and maintain the highest standards in quality of care and patient safety.
The successful candidate will be an RSHom, will need to have an understanding and interest in regulation, research, education and professional conduct, as well as knowledge of the key challenges and opportunities facing the homeopathic sector. Experience gained elsewhere in advocacy and campaigning may also be relevant.
Public Affairs Committee (PAC)
The PAC is a committee overseeing and advising on all aspects of the Society’s role in generating, disseminating and responding to policy and public initiatives that influence or seek to influence homeopathy or the public’s perception of it.
The remit includes developing collaborative relationships with other organisations and supporting individual members and groups in local promotional activities.
The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic RSHom keen to play an active part in promoting the Society and the benefits of treatment by registered homeopaths.
In addition, individual committee members may be asked to represent the Society at events, write articles for the website or New Homeopath or contribute to the growing set of materials for members on the website.
For both positions, you will need to be able to demonstrate a range of competencies required to contribute effectively to the work of the committees, including integrity, team working, excellent communication skills and understand good governance.
Both Committees meet three times a year, twice in London and once at the Northampton office. Expenses will be paid. The appointments would be for an initial 3 years.Applicants interested in the PSC who wish to discuss the posts should contact the Professional Standards Manager, Ros Sturley, on 01604 817890 or email email@example.com Applications should include details of your experience and an explanation of what you feel you could contribute to the work of this committee and be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants interested in the PAC who wish to discuss the posts should contact either the Chief Executive, Mark Taylor, on 01604 817890 or mail to email@example.com or the Chair, Sue Crump on 01485 570377 or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications should include details of your experience and an explanation of what you feel you could contribute to the work of this committee and be sent to email@example.com
Closing date: Monday 18th June, 2018
Telephone interviews will be held in June/July date tbc