CORU invites expressions of interest from CORU registrants for its Preliminary Proceedings Committee (PPC).
CORU is Ireland’s multi-profession health regulator. CORU would like to invite expressions of interest from CORU registrants on its Preliminary Proceedings Committee (PPC).
When a complaint has been received by CORU, it goes to the Preliminary Proceedings Committee. The Preliminary Proceedings Committee looks at each complaint received by CORU to decide whether;
- it should be referred onwards for resolution by mediation OR
- for hearing to a Committee of Inquiry OR
- no further action should be taken.
Panel Members will work together to consider information and evidence presented to them as the Disciplinary Committee. Panel members will demonstrate fairness and consistency in the application of the principles of natural justice and high quality regulation.
Currently, the time commitment for attendance is in the region of 10 to 15 working days each year with additional time for reading. This may include training days.
Appointments will be for a period of four years. Hearings may take place virtually or in person at our Dublin Office.
How to Apply:
There is no closing date, however we have an urgent requirement for expressions in this role.
Our 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.