ACRRM is calling for EOIs from College FACRRMs to fill vacancies available on the Selection Marker Team. These vacancies have become available as the College is expanding the pool of markers.
As part of the selection process, applicants complete a suitability assessment which addresses the ACRRM’s selection criteria. The Selection Suitability Assessment Marker is to assess and score applicants’ responses. The College is committed
to select and support the right doctors, in the right places, with the right skills, providing rural and remote people with excellent health care.
Who are we looking for?
To be eligible to be part of the marker team, the following criteria is to be met:
Experience in candidate assessment practices
Demonstrated understanding of ACRRM’s vision and mission
Demonstrated understanding of ACRRM training program requirement
Recognition of, and ability to describe, the health service needs of rural or remote regions.
Markers are expected to commit to one or more marking periods throughout the year. Marking dates will be advised at least one month in advance.
To be considered, please complete a short form and provide a 150-word biography included with your CV by clicking Apply below.
ACRRM has a new and exciting opportunity for a Supervisor Liaison role with the College based in regional NSW.
ACRRM has been working collaboratively with GP Synergy on the transition of the first and largest cohort of registrars from the rural and remote areas of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory to join the College’s existing Fellowship Program in these areas. We are working to establish local operations that build on the existing RTO relationships and to ensure equivalent knowledge, opportunities, support, and resourcing remain. This role in NSW is the first of a number of Supervisor Liaison roles to be employed under the ACRRM college led training model.
These roles will work with the ACRRM Fellowship program to support, engage and provide advocacy to ACRRM supervisors across Australia. They will also work as a team of Supervisor Liaison roles nationally to advocate and support supervisor representation to the College and peak bodies.
This role will be appointed on a fractional FTE basis and would suit a FACRRM supervisor in NSW who is seeking to be involved with the College and a network of peers contributing the delivery of quality supervision and training.
The contact officer for queries is ACRRM's Network Training Coordinator (NSW), Nicole Johnson - firstname.lastname@example.org