RTSO Secretary

The RTSO is seeking an RTSO member to join the Board of Directors as Secretary.

This is a volunteer (unpaid) position for a minimum 2-year term.

Benefits of the Position

  • Professional and social networking

  • Sharing your skills and talent

  • Learning or developing new skills

  • Enhancing your resume

  • Sharpening your leadership skills

  • Supporting something in which you believe

The job description details will soon be posted on our website. If you are a Respiratory Therapist (RRT or GRT) and RTSO member in good standing, currently practicing in Ontario, and you are interested in volunteering for this position, we would love to hear from you at office@rtso.ca

Join the RTSO Airwaves

Editorial Board

The RTSO is seeking members to join an RTSO Airwaves Editorial Board.

This is a volunteer (unpaid) position for a minimum one-year term. 

This volunteer opportunity will:

  • Support your personal brand

Editorial Board functions may include but are not limited to:

  • Identifying topics and advising on direction for our quarterly newsletter

  • Providing feedback and making suggestions for subject matter and/or potential contributors

  • Provide content by occasionally contributing an editorial, article or other content

  • Approaching potential contributors

  • Reviewing content, providing evaluation and/or feedback on submissions as received

  • Endorsing RTSO Airwaves and your provincial association within the profession and with key stakeholders

If you are a Respiratory Therapist (RRT or GRT) and RTSO member in good standing, currently practicing in Ontario, and you are interested in volunteering for this position, we would love to hear from you at office@rtso.ca

Other Volunteer Opportunities

Community RT Committee Members Needed

The Community RT Committee is also seeking new members with a special interest in the continued expansion of roles that a Respiratory Therapist can fill with the community’s changing health needs and the evolution of OHTs.  Please reach out to Sylvia Mortimer (s.mortimer@dafht.ca) if this is of interest to you.