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Research Evaluation Committee Member Nomination Form
(Please refer to the information pack before completing this form)
Personal details of nominee:
Title: e.g.: Mr/Mrs/Dr/Professor
Gender: Male/Female/Other (please delete as appropriate)
Are you of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin?Yes/No (please delete as appropriate)
Title of current position:
Contact details of nominee
Four-digit Field of Research codes* of your expertise (select no more than four):
*FoR codes are in Part C of the Nomination Information Pack
I am also nominating as potential REC Chair position: Yes/No (please delete as appropriate.)
Nominees not selected for Chair positions will still be considered for REC membership.
Please address the selection criteria in the spaces below, in no more than 100 words per item:
1. Research excellence - nationally and internally recognised research expertise, including attracting and assessing research funding from competitive granting bodies; nominees should be at the forefront of research in their area as well as have a sound understanding of the importance of research.
SC1 (100 words):
2. Broad discipline expertise - broad knowledge and expertise in relevant research area(s); interdisciplinary experience is desirable.
SC2 (100 words):
3. Professional and academic standing - a high level of involvement in institutional/organisational life and engagement with relevant professional association(s).
SC3 (100 words):
4. Interpersonal and team skills and experience committee/team skills such as forward planning skills, advocacy skills and skills in the management of research; personal qualities of fairness, impartiality, integrity and the ability to work effectively under tight time frames; experience working in panel environments (e.g. grant assessment panels, national or international evaluation panels).
SC4 (100 words):
Curriculum vitae: This should be a brief document of no more than two pages (PDF or equivalent file) describing the main area/s of disciplinary and sub-disciplinary expertise and major achievements and activities. The CV should also provide a summary of previous experience in carrying out assessments of research and of research outputs.
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