The Joint Regional Plan outlines a shared understanding of the issues our region faces, a shared vision for the future and a joint strategic roadmap for future service provision. Finalised in June 2020, GCPHN and Gold Coast Health are progressing with implementation of the Joint Regional Plan, including establishment of new governance structures.
The purpose of the Joint Regional Plan Strategic Oversight Committee (the Committee) is to provide leadership, guidance and oversight to the implementation of the Joint Regional Plan.
The Committee provides a platform for leaders, service providers and people with lived experience and cultural knowledge to come together as partners, using their specific knowledge and expertise to inform the best ways to achieve the shared outcomes identified in the Joint Regional Plan.
Expectations of Strategic Oversight Committee Members
(please note we are looking to arrange times for subsequent meetings to better accommodate participants, particularly GP representative)
Members of the Committee will be remunerated for attendance in line with GCPHN’s Sitting Fees.
Application and Appointment Process
Download the position information sheet, which includes the selection criteria, remuneration details and additional information about the Joint Regional Plan Strategic Oversight Committe.
Please email your application to Amy Petrocy, email@example.com no later than 4:00pm on Friday 25 September 2020.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss this opportunity further, please contact Amy Petrocy by email or phone (07) 5635 2455.
All applications will be informed of the outcome of the EOI by email.
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