Are you an RP looking to contribute your knowledge and skills to the profession and the public? We periodically recruit RPs to serve on CRPO committees. Read on to see what knowledge and skills we are looking for, whether you are eligible and how to apply.

What is a Committee Member Appointment?

A committee member is a CRPO registrant who is appointed to a specific committee based on their knowledge, skill, and expertise. Committee members attend policy review meetings as well as panels to review specific cases or matters (e.g. registration applications that do not clearly meet the registration requirements). Click here for more information on committee time commitment.

What are the eligibility requirements for committee appointments?

The eligibility requirements are outlined in detail in the CRPO by-laws. You can also read about CRPO’s committee member competency matrix and composition matrix.

How long will the appointment last?

The appointment will last approximately one year and may be renewed. In accordance with the Non-Council Member Appointments policy, committee appointees may serve a maximum of nine consecutive terms.

What is the compensation for serving as a committee member?

Committee members receive remuneration for attendance and preparation in accordance with the Per Diem & Honoraria Remuneration of Council and Committee Members policy. When travel, accommodations and/or meals are required, committee members will be reimbursed in accordance with the Travel Expenses Remuneration of Council and Committee Members policy.

How do I apply?

Registrants can wait until we send a call for committee members, or you can submit your resume/CV to a.fournier@crpo.ca. We will keep your information on file in case we have a need to add members or fill vacancies.