Are you passionate about Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare? Do you have the drive and leadership skills to shape the future of our field in Wales? We are excited to announce a unique opportunity to become the Chair of the FSRH Wales Committee.
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) is a leading professional membership organization dedicated to promoting high standards of sexual and reproductive healthcare in the UK. As a respected authority in the field, FSRH plays a crucial role in shaping policies, delivering training, and advancing clinical practice.
As the Chair of the Wales Committee, you will lead and represent FSRH's work in Wales, ensuring the highest standards of care and education in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare. You will collaborate with key stakeholders, including members, healthcare professionals, policymakers, and patient advocacy groups, to influence local and national strategies, and champion the needs of patients and professionals alike.
Your role as Chair of the Wales Committee will include, but not be limited to:
- Providing strategic leadership and direction to the Wales Committee, ensuring alignment with FSRH's vision and objectives.
- Representing FSRH in external meetings, conferences, and policy forums, advocating for the improvement of sexual and reproductive healthcare in Wales.
- Fostering collaboration and engagement with key stakeholders to drive positive change and influence decision-making processes.
- Working closely with committee members to develop and deliver initiatives that address the specific needs and challenges in Wales.
- Potentially acting as a spokesperson for FSRH in the media and contribute to publications and policy statements as required.
Download the full role description here.
Download the Wales Committee Terms of Reference here.
- Significant experience in the field of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, with a deep understanding of the Welsh healthcare system and its challenges.
- Excellent leadership and communication skills, with the ability to inspire and engage stakeholders at all levels.
- Proven track record in engaging with policy and driving change, coupled with a strong commitment to promoting evidence-based practice.
- Ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team and foster effective relationships with diverse stakeholders.
- Membership of FSRH
How to apply
To apply for the role of FSRH Chair of the Wales Committee please fill in our online form here. The deadline is 5pm on 1st June 2023.
Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. We appreciate your understanding.