Statutory advisory committee vacancies
We are seeking expressions of interest from professionals with expertise in relevant clinical or scientific fields or appropriate consumer health issues to support our functions as a best practice regulator. As a committee member you will contribute significantly towards the TGA's regulatory functions by providing independent expert advice on specific technical matters relating to the regulation of medicines, devices, cell and tissue products and other substances.
Committee members provide advice on the therapeutic product life cycle, from premarket approval and access to post market product safety. See: TGA statutory advisory committees.
If you're interested in being involved with safeguarding and enhancing the health of the Australian community, and have the required expertise, we would like to hear from you.
Committee members are appointed in an individual capacity to the TGA's statutory advisory committees by the Minister for Health. Appointments will be for three year terms. Members may be required to attend three to six meetings a year.
Remuneration for committee members
Remuneration for committee members is in accordance with the latest Determination of the Remuneration Tribunal.
Committee-in-confidence obligations and requirement to declare all potential conflicts of interest
Members of TGA statutory advisory committees are bound by committee-in-confidence obligations as well as the need to declare all potential conflicts of interest. Please refer to the 'Conflicts of interest and confidentiality obligations: Guidance for TGA advisory committee members'.
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Expressions of interest
You expression of interest can be submitted via the Department of Health jobs list.
Expressions of interest must be received by cob Tuesday, 31 July 2018.
Expressions of interest must include:
- a cover letter stating the relevance of your expertise
- a nomination for one or multiple committees
- a current curriculum vitae
- a fully completed and signed 'Declaration of interest in support of application for membership of a TGA expert advisory committee'
- contact details of two referees
- your phone, email and postal contact details.
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