- Health Industry accreditation and assessment knowledge or experience; particularly as it applies to osteopathy.
- Knowledge of a Director’s responsibilities – including understanding the role of a director and the legal, ethical, fiduciary, and financial responsibilities.
- Governance and strategic performance – ensuring effective Board governance and strategic performance processes are in place and contributing to the high performance of the Board.
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EOI Non-Executive Director – Roles Remunerated Positions
The Australian Osteopathic Accreditation Council (AOAC) is seeking Expressions of Interest for Board Directors to fill several vacancies on its Board.
This is your opportunity to contribute to the strategic development of accreditation and assessment of the osteopathy profession. AOAC is seeking suitable candidates for a three-year term with the appropriate skills in one or more of the following areas:
- OSTEOPATHIC EDUCATION
A Director with skills in osteopathic education and/or accreditation, or can represent the professional interest of Osteopaths
- FINANCIAL ACUMEN
A Director with a senior executive or equivalent experience in financial and management accounting and internal financial controls, including an ability to probe the adequacies of financial and risk controls
- FIRST NATIONS
A Director who identifies as a First Nations person and brings complementary skills to the board’s structure and activity.
AOAC supports and encourages a diverse range of applicants to express interest in the roles. The Board seeks to have a broad representation (including but not limited to gender, age, diversity, location, skills, and experience).
Expressions of interest are to be emailed to AOAC’s Executive Officer, Clinical Professor Fiona Stoker at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will close at 5.00 pm Friday 5 August 2022
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