The College is currently seeking the active involvement of its members for a number of positions. If you would like to contribute strategically to your professional organisation, now is the time to put yourself forward.
Below is a list of recent opportunities. More information about these positions and others are available on the RANZCR website.
The CRETC aims to develop educational content, assessments and accreditation mechanisms that ensure that trainees can become competent radiologists to assess suitability of candidates for Fellowship (including International Medical Graduates).
Applications close 13 October 2023.
The CAC is an advisory committee reporting to the Clinical Radiology Education and Training Committee (CRETC) and is responsible for the development and maintenance of the Clinical Radiology Training Program curriculum (learning outcomes), development and monitoring of clinical radiology work-based assessments and ensuring the clinical radiology curriculum assessments measure progress against the learning outcomes.
Applications close on 8 October 2023.
The aim of the iRefer (Imaging Guidelines) Governance Committee is to independently review and approve all adapted and new imaging guidelines to ensure the evidence base used is current, relevant and patient focused. They will also determine gaps in the guidelines where new guidelines may need to be developed. The Committee will also provide overview of the infrastructure to support the iRefer Imaging Guidelines.
Applications close on 23 October 2023.
The Digital Health Working Group is established to provide advice to the Faculty of Clinical Radiology on the design and implementation of digital health solutions for clinical radiology services in Australia and New Zealand, working towards the priorities outlined in the Digital Health White Paper.
The Professional Practice Committee is responsible for providing guidance and oversight of the development, implementation and review of post-fellowship learning including CPD, professional standards, range of practice, professional development and subspecialty recognition programs within the Faculty.
Applications close 24 October 2023.
The Clinical Radiology Workforce Committee provides the Faculty of Clinical Radiology Council with advice and information on workforce issues in Australia and New Zealand.
Applications close on 24 October 2023.
The Breast Imaging Advisory Committee (BIAC) functions as an expert advisory committee to provide advice to the Safety, Quality and Standards Committee (SQSC) and the Faculty of Clinical Radiology on emerging quality, safety and standards of practice issues related to the provision of breast imaging in Australia and New Zealand.
Applications close on 26 October 2023.
The role of the Safety Quality and Standards Committee (SQSC) is to advise the Faculty of Clinical Radiology, College committees and the broader membership on safety, quality and standards. The SQSC’s broad remit covers a varied and interesting range of matters across Australia and New Zealand, including the review of internal and external documents ensuring they reflect radiological expertise and are consistent with everyday practice conditions.
As per RANZCR’s Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) the International Medical Graduate (IMG) committee is responsible for the assessment of IMGs for equivalency to RANZCR trained Clinical Radiologists and Radiation Oncologists.
Applications are open until positions are filled.
The DEC supports Faculty Council in developing policies to inform and influence governments and other decision makers, including the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC), about the importance and sustainability of clinical radiology in Australia.
Applications close 27 October 2023.
The IRC is a standing committee that provides the Faculty of Clinical Radiology Council with advice and information on educational, professional and practice issues for all aspects of interventional radiology (IR) and interventional neuroradiology (INR).
Applications are open until the position is filled.
The role of the Interventional Radiology and Interventional Neuroradiology Training Pathway Working Group is to develop and implement a best practice generic post Fellowship training pathway framework to facilitate professional practice across the continuum of radiologists practicing in IR and INR.
Applications are open until the positions are filled.
The Interventional Radiology and Interventional Neuroradiology Reference Group reports to the Interventional Radiology Committee (IRC), responsible for providing the Faculty of Clinical Radiology Council with advice and information on educational, professional and practice issues across all aspects of IR and INR.
Get more information on all available opportunities here