Committee Member – Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee

ActivityInquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee
Role:Committee member
No. of Positions2 (1 Professional member, 1 Public representative)
DutiesThe Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee (ICRC) is responsible for determining the most appropriate actions to handle complaints and reports so that the public is protected and NDs are supported to provide naturopathic services that are in keeping with the standards of the profession.  Committee members are trained to conduct their work in keeping with the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 and to adjudicate matters fairly.  Committee members are trained to apply fair and transparent Committee procedures and are supported by the College and Legal Counsel.
Work volumeThe ICRC meets 10 to 13 times per year for a full day meeting. A full day of preparation per meeting is also expected.   Committee members are assigned investigation files to review and draft reports for presentation to the Committee.  
CompensationAs set out in the Council’s Per Diem Policy.  
Knowledge baseIn addition to the competency requirements set by the Council, ICRC members should have a good communication, analytical and writing skills.  
DisqualificationsMembers of the Discipline and Fitness to Practice Committee are not eligible to sit on the ICRC.  
How to ApplyApplications may be submitted online through the College’s Volunteer Application Process.