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A real resume padder. Want to joint the Children and Young People Death Review Committee?

By johnboy - 7 July 2011 4

ACT Community Services are calling for nominations to the Children and Young People Death Review Committee.

The Children and Young People Death Review Committee has the following functions:

— Keep a register of deaths of children and young people;
— Identify patterns and trends in relation to the deaths of children and young people;
— Undertake research that aims to prevent or reduce the likelihood of child deaths;
— Identify areas requiring additional research that arise from the identified patters and trends in relation to child deaths;
— Make recommendations about legislation, policies, practices and services for implementation by the Territory and non-government bodies to help prevent or reduce the likelihood of child deaths;
— Monitor the implementation of the committee’s recommendations;
— Report to the Minister (currently Minister for Community Services) under Part 19A.4; and
— Any other function given to the committee under this chapter

It pays $610 per day and nominations are open until 29 July.

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4 Responses to
A real resume padder. Want to joint the Children and Young People Death Review Committee?
Postalgeek 1:08 pm 07 Jul 11

The pay is good, but I can imagine half of that would go into counselling and alcohol.

The Frots 12:55 pm 07 Jul 11

DTM said :

Depressing maybe, but sadder and more depressing that it is necessary.

Oh yes, totally agree. All the more credit to those who can take this one up.

DTM 12:48 pm 07 Jul 11

Depressing maybe, but sadder and more depressing that it is necessary.

The Frots 10:27 am 07 Jul 11

Depressing.

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