Seeking expressions of interest for two Honorary Community Membership positions
The Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AusACPDM) is committed to involving people with cerebral palsy and other childhood onset disability and their families. Towards this aim, we are inviting people with cerebral palsy and other childhood onset disabilities and their families (community members) to join as members of the Academy with a reduced membership fee.
We are also seeking expressions of interest from people with cerebral palsy and other childhood onset disabilities and family to fill two volunteer positions to work with us to develop the Academy’s activities to be accessible and inclusive. We have included more information on the roles and on submitting an expression of interest if you would like to be considered for one of these positions. The people who undertake these positions will receive honorary (fee-free) membership to recognise their important contribution to the Academy.
Role of Voluntary Community Members
Work across relevant committees to develop:
- The community membership category and membership benefits
- Strategies to launch the membership category and encourage the community to join
- Resources to support community membership
- Means for ensuring activities and resources are accessible and relevant
Reports to: Membership committee
Start date: As soon as practical following the EOI process
Time commitment: 4 hours per month
Term: 2 years, renewable for a further 2 years
Note: Volunteers would receive honorary (fee-free) membership during their 2-year term.
Expression of interest
Please complete the following brief expression of interest form and return to email@example.com by 18th September, 2020.
The Membership Committee will notify applicants of the outcome of their application by 30th September, 2020.
Is there anything we should consider in getting in touch with you? (e.g. communication needs, preferred days and times?)
What is your connection to cerebral palsy or childhood onset disability?
What interests you about the role of Volunteer Community Member?
What skills, knowledge and strengths would you bring to the role?
Are you able to dedicate approximately 4 hours per month to the volunteer community member position?
Briefly describe your abilities to use the following technology – Word, Excel and Zoom (e.g. basic, capable, no prior experience, willing to learn).
Describe any interaction or involvement you have had with AusACPDM previously.