A new short-life group is being set up to advise and make recommendations to the DOP Executive and the DOP Committee on EDI matters.
With a lifespan of between six and twelve months, the group will create a DOP EDI stakeholder map; scope EDI issues and priorities in the domain of occupational psychology; review evidence and develop recommendations to achieve implementable and sustainable outcomes.
Please read the Terms of Reference for full details.
The DOP is now seeking to fill the following roles by co-option:
The Lead will head up the short-life group, participate in the selection of group members, chair meetings of the group, report at monthly intervals about progress, and present interim advice and final recommendations to the DOP Committee.
See the full taskforce lead role description for further details.
EDI-TFG Members (up to 11)
The EDI-TFG Members play a full role by participating in group meetings and collaborating with other group members on agreed activities between meetings in order to fulfil the terms of reference for the short-life group.
Members will bring a range of knowledge, skills, insight and experience to the task and finish group.
See the full taskforce member role description for further details.
How to apply for these roles
If you are interested in being co-opted as the EDI-TFG Lead or as an EDI-TFG member, please complete a statement of interest form, using the personal statement section to say how you meet the criteria for the role.
The deadline for receipt of applications is noon on Thursday 18 March.
Interviews via zoom will be held in late March/ early April.
If you would like an informal discussion about the roles, please contact Janet Fraser, DOP Chair
Please note: the DOP is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and we encourage applications from all backgrounds.