TROHPIQ 2020 Team Elections (unfilled spots)

Nominations for unfilled positions in the 2020 Management Committee are open!

Apply for positions at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSchDDOydUlDRG_4v772I-0d8YgCQmaqQLGsc5OwowytnwdQxA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Positions Available:

Executive:

Nursing and Allied Health Co-Chairs – 1 position

The two Nursing and Allied Health Co-Chairs work together to represent and promote the interests of TROHPIQ’s nursing and allied health members. To be eligible for this role, you must be a current nursing or allied health student.

The specific roles and responsibilities of the Nursing and Allied Health Co-Chairs include:

  • Attending monthly Executive Committee and Management Committee meetings
  • Arrange and chair regular Allied Health Subcommittee meetings, including taking minutes 
  • Represent the interests of Nursing and Allied Health students at all TROHPIQ affiliated universities
  • Overseeing and supporting all TROHPIQ nursing and allied health representatives, including the Allied Health Skills Day and Allied Health Bush Cup Challenge convenors 
  • Promoting the club to allied health students with the aim to increase TROHPIQ membership across allied health disciplines
  • Liaising with the Scholarships, Bursaries and Conferences Officer to ensure the continuation of SPARQ 
  • Routinely checking emails and TROHPIQ Facebook groups, and responding to correspondence in an appropriate time frame 
  • Any other executive duties that may arise in the day-to-day running of the Club

 

Management:

Allied Health & Nursing Representatives – QUT x1 , USC x2, ACU x2
The TROHPIQ Management Committee contains representative positions for allied health and nursing students at each university represented by TROHPIQ. Two positions will be available for nursing and allied health students at each university (UQ, QUT, USQ, USC, ACU, and CQU). The specific roles and responsibilities of Allied Health and Nursing Representatives include: 
  • Attending monthly Management Committee meetings
  • Representing the interests of nursing and allied health students, and liaising between TROHPIQ and its members belonging to these disciplines at their university 
  • Promoting TROHPIQ and TROHPIQ events to students in the relevant disciplines via lectures, email, social media etc.
  • Representing TROHPIQ at university open days and market days 
  • Hosting and organizing the Careers in Rural Health Seminar at their relevant university 
  • Preparing reports for any club events run by the representative
  • Routinely checking emails and TROHPIQ Facebook groups, and responding to correspondence in an appropriate time frame 

 

 

Medicine Year 1 – 1 position
The role of the Medicine Year 1 and 2 representatives is similar to that of Allied Health and Nursing Representatives. These roles and responsibilities include:
  • Attending monthly Management Committee meetings
  • Representing the interests of the representatives’ respective cohort and liaising between TROHPIQ and its members belonging to these cohorts
  • Promoting TROHPIQ and TROHPIQ events to students in the relevant cohorts via lectures, email, social media etc.
  • Representing TROHPIQ at university open days and market days
  • Being available for and assisting with the running of UQU barbecues, medical skills days, and other events as they arise
  • Overseeing the running of the TROHPIQ stall during Blue Week 
  • Preparing reports for any club events run by the representative
  • Routinely checking emails and TROHPIQ Facebook groups, and responding to correspondence in an appropriate time frame 

 

Rural Clinical School Representatives – Hervey Bay Rep x2
The Management committee includes two representatives for each UQ RCS site – Rockhampton, Bundaberg, Hervey Bay and Toowoomba. RCS representatives must be medical students allocated to the respective RCS site. The specific roles and responsibilities of RCS representatives include:
  • Attending monthly Management Committee meetings (via teleconference or face-to-face)
  • Representing the interests of RCS students and liaising between TROHPIQ and its members belonging to these cohorts
  • Hosting RCS Prep Week BBQs twice yearly, and organizing other events at RCS sites based on the needs of that cohort 
  • Coordinating the TROHPIQ RCS trips in collaboration with the RCS Trip Convenor
  • Supporting TROHPIQ members in all disciplines undertaking placements in the area, and working to extend opportunities and events with associated universities in the area
  • Fundraise for TROHPIQ’s chosen charity, BUSHkids, at events held at the RCS 
  • Preparing reports for any club events run by the representative
  • Routinely checking emails and TROHPIQ Facebook groups, and responding to correspondence in an appropriate time frame 
  • Toowoomba rep only: Liaise with Toowoomba Medical Students club where necessary 
Medical Skills Day Convenors – 3 positions
Three coordinators are responsible for organising and running TROHPIQ’s three Skills Days, with assistance from the Medicine Year 1 and 2 representatives. Coordinators are responsible for:
  • Attending monthly Management Committee meetings
  • Organising budgets, venues, programs, tutors and supplies for the event
  • Advertising the event in collaboration with the Communications & IT Officer
  • Managing student sign up and payment via QPAY in collaboration with the Treasurer and/or NRHSN & Memberships Officer
  • Preparing reports for all three Skills Days
  • Assisting the Nursing and Allied Health representatives the Nursing and Allied Health Skills Day as required
  • Routinely checking emails and TROHPIQ Facebook groups, and responding to correspondence in an appropriate time frame 
RCS Trip Convenors – Toowoomba Trip x1
TROHPIQ runs annual trips to each RCS to allow medical students to gain a better idea of what the clinical school and surrounding area has to offer. There is one trip coordinator for each trip: Wide Bay (Hervey Bay and Bundaberg), Toowoomba and Rockhampton. RCS Trip Coordinators work in conjunction with the relevant RCS Representatives. The role of the trip coordinators involves:
  • Attending monthly Management Committee meetings
  • Liaising with the relevant RCS site and RCS representatives in the planning of the event
  • Arranging food, transport and accommodation as necessary
  • Advertising the event and managing student sign up and payment
  • Ensuring the smooth running of the event
  • Preparing a report for the event
  • Routinely checking emails and TROHPIQ Facebook groups, and responding to correspondence in an appropriate time frame 
  • Wide Bay Trip representatives only: Liaising with the Hervey Bay RCS representative to help coordinate the Hervey Bay OSBEE. The OSBEE is a fantastic day of hands-on clinical scenarios where second year medical students can refresh their first aid training in preparation for their clinical years, and explore the Hervey Bay/Maryborough region. This event is predominantly organized by the Hervey Bay Rural Clinical School. The role of the Wide Bay Trip convener is to coordinate morning tea for students
Bowties and Beauties Charity Gala Convenors – 2 positions
The Bowties and Beauties Charity Gala is one of TROHPIQ’s premiere social events. It is a casual cocktail night that raises money for BUSHkids, an organization which provides healthcare for children in rural Queensland communities. We require at least 3 conveners for this event. Convenors are responsible for:
  • Attending monthly Management Committee meetings
  • Arranging advertising, the venue, band, and food for the night
  • Liaising with BUSHkids representatives to facilitate donations
  • Liaising with RCS Representatives to ensure fundraising from each RCS is collected and counted, in collaboration with the Treasurer and Vice President
  • Performing fundraising activities to raise awareness of the event, as well as money for BUSHkids
  • Preparing a report of the event
  • Routinely checking emails and TROHPIQ Facebook groups, and responding to correspondence in an appropriate time frame 
Allied Health Skills Events Convenors (1 position)
Three coordinators are responsible for organising and running TROHPIQ’s Allied Health Skills Day and Allied Health Bush Cup Challenge, with assistance from the Nursing and Allied Health Co-Chairs and Representatives. Coordinators are responsible for:
  • Attending monthly Management Committee meetings
  • Selecting an appropriate date for each event, in collaboration with the Secretary and Nursing and Allied Health Co-Chairs
  • Organising budgets, venues, programs, tutors, and supplies for the Allied Health Skills Day and the Allied Health Bush Cup Challenge
  • Arranging food, transport and accommodation as required for the Bush Cup Challenge 
  • Advertising the events in collaboration with the Communications & IT Officer
  • Managing student sign up and payment via QPAY in collaboration with the Treasurer and/or NRHSN & Memberships Officer
  • Preparing a report for each event 
  • Routinely checking emails and TROHPIQ Facebook groups, and responding to correspondence in an appropriate time frame