Applications are invited from people to join the Veterinary Practitioners Board (the Board).
The Board is an independent State Government body corporate established under the Veterinary Practice Act 2003 . The object of the Veterinary Practice Act 2003 is to regulate the provision of veterinary services in NSW for the following purposes to:
The Board achieves these purposes through performing a number of functions including:
The Board is responsible for developing an annual report for the minister to present to both NSW government parliaments in accordance with the Annual Reports (Statutory Bodies) Act 1984.
The Board cooperates with other jurisdictions in Australia and New Zealand to further a common and harmonious approach to regulation of the veterinary profession. This function is assisted through interaction with other state veterinary boards, the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council Inc. (AVBC), and organisations representing the interests of members of the veterinary profession such as the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) .
The Board consists of six veterinarians and two non-veterinarians who are appointed for a three-year term by the Governor of NSW. For more information about the board please visit www.vpb.nsw.gov.au
The New South Wales Government is seeking applications to fill the following vacancies:
We value diversity on the committee and encourage applications from all community groups including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI, people with a disability and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Selection and appointment of members will be undertaken in accordance with the Public Service Commissioner’s Appointment Standards: Boards and Committees in the NSW Public Sector.
How often does the Committee meet?
Generally, the committee meets monthly. Meetings are typically held over a day.
Where are meetings held?
The meetings are organised by the Registrar of the Veterinary Practitioners Board and held in their offices located at: Suite 7.09, 47 Coward Street, Mascot NSW 2020.
Will I be paid?
The Board is classified as ‘E3’ in the Public Service Commission’s Classification and Remuneration Framework for NSW Government Board and Committees. Board members’ remuneration is met by the Veterinary Practitioners Board in accordance with fees approved by the Minister for Agriculture and Western Sydney.
What is the duration of appointment?
Members of the Board serve a three-year term.
To be eligible for nomination you must:
In their submission, applicants should briefly outline their suitability for the position and provide a current resume and detail how they can support the Board to meet its legislative functions. Applicants should also outline any previous board memberships and experience in working within a legislative and policy framework. Applications can be emailed to email@example.com.
Applications close 27th April 2021 at 5.00pm.