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Members: 16 June 2022

Job Opportunity: CORU is looking for Public Interest members to join their Appeals Committee

Job Opportunity: CORU is looking for Public Interest members to join their Appeals Committee

CORU is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced registrants and Public Interest members to be appointed as members of the Appeals Committee.

CORU is Ireland’s multi–profession health regulator. Registration Boards at CORU make decisions on applications for registration and recognition. Where an applicant is refused registration or recognition, they are entitled to apply for cancellation of that decision. The Appeals Committee is the body that receives and hears these applications. 

A little bit about the Role

As part of its on–going commitment to good governance, CORU is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified individuals for the role of Public Interest member of the Appeals Committee.

Candidates who wish to be appointed as a Public Interest member must not be a registered professional with CORU. Candidates must also show a clear understanding of the importance of upholding the public interest in high quality, efficient, consistent and fair regulation as part of this role.

Appointments will be for a period of three years. Hearings may take place virtually or in person at our Dublin Office. 

A broader explanation of the position and the application details are outlined in the Information Booklet, which is available on the CORU website at: coru.ie/about–us/vacancies/.

The Expression of Interest form must be completed and submitted by email to recruitment@coru.ie

There is no closing date, however CORU have an urgent requirement for expressions in this role.

About CORU 

CORU role is to protect the public by promotion high standards of professional conduct, education, training and competence through statutory registration of health and social care professionals. 

CORU was set up under the Health and Social Care Professionals Act, 2005 (as amended). It is made up of the Health and Social Care Professionals Council and the Registration boards, one for each profession named in the Act.

To learn more about CORU, visit their WEBSITE.