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Call for Nominations - Board of Commissioners
The Commission for Certification in Geriatric Pharmacy (CCGP) seeks nominations for openings on the CCGP Board of Commissioners each year. Nominations for 2016 are OPEN.
Upon election, new Commissioners serve a three-year term of office, commencing at the CCGP Annual Meeting on November 3, 2016. Board members are eligible to serve up to two consecutive three-year terms. At this time, openings exist for one Pharmacist Commissioner and one Stakeholder Commissioner. A Certified Geriatric Pharmacist who works in the community or hospital setting is preferred for the Pharmacist Commissioner position. The Stakeholder Member of the Board is not required to be a pharmacist, but it should be someone who represents the payer community.
Eligibility Criteria for Board of Commissioner Nominees:
- Ability to educate other stakeholders and champion advantages of board certification in geriatric pharmacy.
- Willing to provide necessary time and energy to the Commission.
- Willing to consider leadership path to Board Chairperson.
- Willing to participate in internal mentoring process.
- Have a basic understanding of financial reports and budgeting process or willingness to acquire this basic understanding.
- Willing to promote the value of board certification within own organization and regionally with other stakeholders.
- Willing to provide Nominating Committee with the required documentation to support qualifications.
Persons considering nomination should review the Role Description for a CCGP Commissioner carefully to understand the duties, responsibilities and expectations for this position.
A colleague may nominate the candidate. Self-nominations are encouraged.
Nominations must be made in writing and must include the curriculum vitae or resume of the nominee along with a letter of intent describing how the candidate meets the eligibility requirements as outlined above.
To submit a nomination electronically, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include "CCGP Board Nomination" in the subject line.
In the body of the email include the following information:
- Nominee name
- Mailing Address, City/State/Zip
- Daytime telephone number
- Email address
- Current Employer
- Current Position
- Nominator name, Email address, Daytime telephone number
Attachments to the email must include:
1. The nominee's curriculum vitae or resume
2. A letter of intent describing how the nominee meets the eligibility criteria above.