ACCAN is calling for expressions of interest for one additional member to serve on the Independent Grants Panel.
The Independent Grants Panel is responsible for assessing grant applications for funding under the ACCAN Grants Program. The Grants Program funds projects that work towards the vision of communications services that are available, accessible and affordable for all consumers. Projects address current consumer concerns by providing education, representation and/or research into issues of importance in the telecommunications marketplace.
If you would like to make an expression of interest please write a short statement (no longer than three pages) addressing the selection criteria and submit this with your curriculum vitae (CV) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm AEST on Tuesday 18th July, 2017.
For more information on the process, selection criteria and the role itself, please visit the Independent Grants Panel page on the ACCAN website.
Each panel member is recruited for a three year term. ACCAN are especially keen to hear from candidates with a background in community sector project selection and management, commercial or consumer issues generally, and/or technical expertise and the social impact of communications technology.
ACCAN values diversity: women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, persons with disabilities and people from diverse cultural, linguistic and religious backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Narelle Clarke is the Acting CEO of CHOICE