This message is being shared on behalf of Canadian Midwifery Regulators Council (CMRC). Questions should be directed to CMRC.
The Canadian Midwifery Registration Examination (CMRE) has a critical role in ensuring that applicants for midwifery registration meet an acceptable level of competence for practice in Canada. The CMRE regularly undergoes review and further development to ensure its continued validity and reflection of the expectations of an entry-level midwife in Canada.
The Canadian Midwifery Regulators Council (CMRC) seeks applications from midwives interested in contributing their time, skills, and expertise to develop test questions, validate items, or participate in standard setting.
Successful applicants will have:
Previous test development experience is not required. Successful applicants will be provided with training and support. Knowledge of regulatory issues is desirable, but not mandatory.
We seek applicants with a variety of expertise and from different backgrounds to ensure good representation of all aspects of midwifery in Canada. We are particularly interested in ensuring good representation across Anglophone and Francophone midwives, geographic areas, and Canadian and international midwifery education. If you identify with any equity-seeking group, we encourage you to self-identify. The CMRE respects diversity and inclusion and strives to reflect the diverse cultures, family arrangements and expressions of gender that Canadians exhibit and value.
To be considered, please submit a cover letter and CV summarizing your professional experience to Tracy Murphy, CMRC Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org