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Open vacancies

consumer repsHealth services like hospitals, government health committees or health organisations often ask us if we know a health consumer who is interested in working with them. Through our request-a-rep service for health organisations and publishing open vacancies for consumer representatives on this page, we try to link you and your interests with an organisation that fits, so both of you will benefit from the relationship.

We always try to match the interests of our members and consumer representatives with the right organisation to facilitate a successful partnerships based on respect and trust.

Below is a list of current vacancies. If you are interested in any of these, please click on the link below or contact us.


List of vacancies

Who  Where Short description
University of New South Wales Sydney A research team from The University of NSW is looking for health consumers with long-term conditions for a 30-minute interview about the care you receive at your GP clinic.
Dietitians Association of Australia Sydney/remotely The Dietetic Credentialing Council (DCC) is an independent Council responsible for the regulatory framework for the dietetic profession in Australia. They are looking for someone who will bring a consumer perspective to the Council and help ensure equity and transparency.
Insitute of Trauma and Injury Management Chatswood They are looking for a consumer rep with major physical trauma and injury for a new database steering committee
Sydney North PHN Sydney North Their community council has 3 vacant spaces
Collaborative Network for Child Health Informatics Sydney, (Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne) Expressions of interest are being sought for their Partnership Groups and the Expert Reference Group
Grand Pacific Health (GPH) South-Eastern NSW Vacancy for a consumer rep on their GPH Operational Clinical Governance Committee


Contact the LHD in your area about opportunities to make a difference

LHDs NSWLocal Health Districts or LHDs are hospital networks that are funded by state governments. There are 15 Local Health Districts in NSW and these operate public hospitals, clinics and community health services. 

Every LHD is required to involve health consumers in decision making in various ways. Each has a dedicated Community Engagement Manager (or equivalent) responsible for engaging consumers and working with them to help shape processes and policies.

If you wish to register your interest in being involved as a consumer representative within your closest LHD or to find out more about the way they engage with consumers, we have prepared a list of Local Health Districts to help you get directly in touch with the Consumer Engagement contact. 

Also included in this list are contacts for other specific networks such as Sydney Children's Hospitals Network.