Would you like to make a positive difference in public protection and the practice of the professions regulated through the ACMDTT?
As of August 31, 2022, nominations are closed for four Council positions for the 2023 to 2026 term. The College was seeking nominations from members in magnetic resonance, nuclear medicine, and radiological technology as well as any specialty.
Nominations and appointments process
The Council nominations process changed in 2021. Instead of being elected by their peers, MRTs and ENPs are now appointed based on specific attributes and competencies: their experience, knowledge and skills. We invite regulated members to nominate themselves for appointment to Council by completing the application or to encourage a colleague they think would be a good fit for Council to do so. The Nominations Committee will assess and interview applicants to ensure they meet the requirements of the Health Professions Act (HPA), bylaws and Council policy and make recommendations to Council on appointments for the vacant position. Nominations and all related processes are confidential; only names of appointed members are published.
Council member vacancies
- Selected nominees will fill four positions with three-year terms beginning on July 1, 2023, and ending on June 30, 2026
- The positions are open to regulated members in the following specialties:
- Magnetic resonance technology
- Nuclear medicine technology
- Radiological technology
- Any specialty
- Ensure that the College carries out its activities in a manner that serves the public interest
- Ensure compliance with legislated requirements
- Set the strategic direction of the College, its bylaws and governance policies
What Council members gain
- An opportunity to impact how the professions serve Albertans
- Governance training and professional development opportunities
- Insight and involvement with key statutory committees and Council Workgroups
- In accordance with the Bylaws, Council consists of six regulated members and six public members appointed by the Alberta government.
- Council meetings take place five times per year. Each meeting includes ongoing education, mentoring and the opportunity to network with peers from other specialties within the College.
- Meetings may be held by web conference and/or in person.
- Meetings held by web conference are typically 1.5 to 3 hours in length.
- When the option to attend meetings in person is available, meetings will be held in Edmonton, and span Friday evenings and Saturdays. All travel, meals and accommodation expenses for attending Council meetings are covered by the College.
- Council has subgroups of members who focus on different aspects of the Council mandate: the Finance and Audit Workgroup, the Governance Workgroup, the CEO Evaluation Workgroup and the Nominations Committee.
- Workgroups consist of Council members, and the Nominations Committee consists of Council members and non-Council members.
- Workgroup and Committee meetings typically take place every 6 to 8 weeks by web conference for approximately 1.5 hours.
- Council members receive an honorarium at the end of each Council year.
If you’re interested in joining Council, please submit a completed confidential application by August 31, 2022, to email@example.com. The Nominations Committee will interview applicants and recommend successful applicants to Council for the purposes of appointing them to Council.