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CCGP seeks volunteers for appointment to the Ethics & Grievance Committee (E&G) each year when openings are available. Nominations for 2016 are CLOSED because the Committee has no openings at this time.
Self-nominations are encouraged. Newly elected E&G Committee members will serve a three-year term that commences at the CCGP Annual Meeting.
The E&G Committee is required by CCGP bylaws and has the following job description:
" Among other responsibilities that the Board may assign, the Ethics and Grievance Committee shall recommend for approval to the Board of Commissioners procedures for resolution and appeal of complaints or grievances by or against pharmacists that pertain to the Corporation’s certification process and ethical questions related thereto."
This Committee does not have regularly scheduled live meetings and it is expected that most Committee work can be completed by e-mail and/or conference calls. Nominees should be willing to serve in a voluntary capacity, without remuneration (Commission will provide reimbursement for all reasonable travel and related expenses associated with Commission business).
Appointees are eligible to serve up to two consecutive three-year terms.
A colleague may nominate the candidate. Self-nominations are encouraged.
Nominations must be made in writing and must include the resume or curriculum vitae of the nominee along with a letter of intent.
To submit a nomination electronically, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include "CCGP Ethics and Grievance Nomination" in the subject line.
In the body of the email include the following information:
Attachments to the email must include:
1. The nominee's curriculum vitae or resume
2. A letter of intent describing the nominee's qualifications and interest in serving
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