Revised: 27 March 2017
The Medicines Adverse Reactions Committee (MARC) is an independent expert advisory committee that advises the Minister of Health on medicines safety issues.
The advice provided by the MARC is an important component of the regulatory framework for safeguarding public health in New Zealand.
Applications are currently being sought for one position on the Medicines Adverse Reactions Committee (MARC).
The MARC is an independent expert advisory committee to the Minister of Health. The advice provided by the MARC on adverse reactions to medicines is an important part of the regulatory framework for safeguarding public health in New Zealand.
Applications are being sought from enthusiastic candidates in the following field:
Urban general practitioners in New Zealand with:
Appointments to the Committee are made by the Minister of Health for a term of three years. This term is renewable once for a further three years.
Further information about this Committee, including the Terms of Reference and Responsibilities and Expectations of the MARC, is available on the Medsafe website (www.medsafe.govt.nz/profs/MARC/MARC.asp). If you would like to obtain further information or clarification, please contact Medsafe on (04) 819 6800 and ask to speak to the MARC Secretary.
Complete the application form provided below and submit this together with your current curriculum vitae by 28 April 2017 to:
PO Box 5013
or email to:
Application form (Word document 24KB, 2 pages)
Decisions on the appointment of Committee members will be made by the Minister of Health. Applicants will be notified of the outcome following the short-listing and consideration process. This process is likely to take up to twelve weeks following the closing date.