Expressions of Interest for Competence Reviewers
The Physiotherapy Board is seeking highly motivated and experienced physiotherapists to join its pool of Competence Reviewers. We are looking for people from a variety of clinical backgrounds.
The Board may review the competence of a physiotherapist who holds a current annual practising certificate (APC) at any time, and for a variety of reasons. These include concerns raised through a complaint regarding competence or as the result of an investigation or a failed recertification audit.
The Board engages Competence Reviewers to undertake reviews on its behalf, to ensure that the practice of a physiotherapist who is subject to a review meets the required minimum standard of competence, as set out in the Physiotherapy Standards framework.
To be eligible for consideration as a Competence Reviewer, you will need to be a registered physiotherapist holding a current APC. You will also have a least 10 years’ experience as a practising physiotherapist, with your current role involving clinical practice.
To be successful in this role, you will be detail oriented and possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. A track record in performance assessment, supervision or training would be an advantage.
This role provides an opportunity to join a committed and established pool of experienced physiotherapists who are inspired to work with the Board to achieve its goals and objectives of protecting the health and safety of members of the public.
If this role interests you, and you are passionate about patient and public safety, we would welcome your expression of interest, along with your curriculum vitae. Please send this to Angela Taylor, PA to the Chief Executive, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We encourage you to check that the Board has your most up-to-date contact details. You can check the details that the Board current holds for you by logging in to your profile on MyPBNZ.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Jeanette Woltman- Black, Ross Johnston and the Team at the Physiotherapy Board