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About the Position
Position # 2418
OrganizationNova Scotia College of Pharmacists
Position Council Public Representatives - Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists Council
Location Nova Scotia
Impact Statement To advance their mission of addressing health inequities for Nova Scotians, and
particularly within equity-deserving and historically excluded groups, the Nova
Scotia College of Pharmacists (NSCP) encourages applications from racialized, Black, African Nova Scotian, and Indigenous Peoples, 2SLGBTQ+, newcomers to Canada,
and People with Disabilities.
Description We are seeking two Public Representatives to join Council.

Public members are not expected to be technically expert or experienced in the
pharmacy profession. Rather, they bring their own public perspectives to the table and make recommendations to the Council on how the public interest may be better served. However, expertise in the following areas is considered an asset:

Legal / Regulatory
Public Relations / Media
Accounting / Finance

Current or previously licensed pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are ineligible to serve as public representatives. Additionally, members of the public who have commercial interests in the practice of pharmacy are generally considered ineligible to serve as public representatives on the Council due to an increased likelihood of conflict of interest.

We are seeking candidates located anywhere within Nova Scotia.
Training Details All Council members, including public representatives, are expected to be openminded, accountable, diligent, and respectful of confidentiality. They are expected to have the moral courage to contribute to difficult decisions, possess analytical and decision-making skills, and be able to think independently while also collaborating as a team.

Council members uphold the public’s trust by committing themselves to the
avoidance of conflicts between their private interests and their duties to the public as a Council member.
Minimum Duration More than 1 year
Timing Weekday - Daytime, Weekday - Evening
Age 18+
Ideal for An Individual
Accessibility Support volunteers with special needs, Support Newcomers and ESL
Area(s) of Interest Boards/Committees, Communication/Public Relations, Accounting/Finance
Skill(s) Analysis, Problem Solving, Accountability, Respect, Continuous Learning, Flexibility
How to Apply
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Contact Robynne Baxter
Phone 902-422-8528
Address 800-1801 Hollis Street Halifax, B3J 3N4
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