The Board of Directors are elected by RCSA Members and are responsible for all matters pertaining to the running of the Association. The Board has the authority to determine the policy, practices, management and operation of RCSA.
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Governed by the RCSA Board of Directors, and supported by our Executive Team, RCSA’s success is dependent upon five Australian Regional Councils, a New Zealand Council and two Member Group Councils which represent the health and medical sectors. Each of the Councils are represented on the RCSA Board of Directors and each Council Member is assigned a portfolio which aligns with RCSA’s four Channels of Member value and influence. The Council portfolios ensure clear and focused contributions are obtained from each and every member of Council.
The Association of Medical Recruiters Australia New Zealand (AMRANZ) represents the interests of medical workforce agencies in Australia and New Zealand. Members work closely with health services to identify and bring together a highly skilled and experienced medical workforce. AMRANZ members are guided by a Code for Professional Conduct and are recognised for their commitment to quality and ethical practices.
AMRANZ provides a focal point for recruitment consultancies whose business is the recruitment of medical practitioners into and within Australia and New Zealand.
The Association of Nursing Recruitment Agencies (ANRA) represents the interests of nursing and healthcare recruitment agencies in a sector the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency ranks among the fastest growing in the nation. ANRA members are guided by a Code for Professional Conduct and are recognised for their commitment to quality and excellence.
ANRA Member agencies have extensive knowledge in working with healthcare providers and facilities in recruiting and managing the healthcare workforce. ANRA member agencies are among the largest employers of healthcare staff in Australia and New Zealand.
RCSA has a number of working groups to assist in the management of policy, strategy, issues, education and stakeholder influence across a range of disciplines. Working groups may be established for a specific purpose or as an ongoing observance and managing group.
These groups are a great way for members and their representatives to contribute to the direction of the industry and to the maintenance of standards, while also being briefed on industry developments and practice trends.
Working groups are open to representatives of RCSA corporate members and individual members with specialist knowledge in the discipline area, as well as agreed RCSA service providers and corporate members’ staff or contracted employees.
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Assists RCSA and the Board in the management of policy, strategy, issues, education and stakeholder influence across all matters relating to Workplace Relations.
Provides advice to RCSA for the management of policy, strategy, issues, education and stakeholder influence across issues relating to Work Health & Safety: including Workers Compensation and other related insurances.
Assists RCSA to formulate advocacy and respond to issues specific to the Agriculture recruitment and staffing space
Assists RCSA in the management of policy, strategy, issues, education and stakeholder influence across all matters relating to responsible procurement.
Promotes effective, progressive, sustainable and respectful relationships between technology providers, recruitment firms and workforce service firms, as well as to promote ethical conduct for the protection of candidates and workers.