Osteopathy Australia is seeking a strategic, creative and skilled Directors (2) with an interest in improving healthcare and wellbeing in the Australian community.
As a national, not-for-profit, professional association we strive to service our members, while promoting and enhancing the profession of osteopathy. The Board aims to ensure we have a good diversity of voices and a balance of gender. In line with our strategic plan the Board is interested in applications from individuals with skills or experience that would benefit the association. Good experience in one or more of these areas will be beneficial:
- Clincial research, research systems, methodologies and funding.
- University education, models of education and more specifically post-graduate education.
- Workforce development and distribution.
- Government relations and advocacy.
Along with using your strategic skill set to help a rapidly growing profession, Osteopathy Australia has a benefits package and a budget for ensuring the upkeep of Director's education and skills development. The Osteopathy Australia Board is a model of modern, best practice, governance with Directors appointed on a skills basis and the Board constituted with a mix of both osteopath Directors and external Directors.
Want more information? If you have any questions regarding the Board or the process, please feel free to contact Antony Nicholas via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply please review the information below and lodge your full application by no later than 4pm (ADST) 14 April 2020
The Osteopathy Australia Board is a mix of osteopaths and other skills-appointed Directors. The Board always consist of a majority of five (5) member-elected Directors (osteopaths), and no less than two (2) and no more than four (4) Board-appointed, skills-based Directors. To ensure jurisdictional diversity at all times, at least one (1) member-elected Director on the Board shall have his or her primary practice and/or reside in any one of the following jurisdictions: Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania or Western Australia.
Osteopathy Australia strives to ensure that our Board reflects the gender, cultural and clinical mix of our profession.