The information secretary will act as the link between PACT and the general public. They will be
responsible for writing and editing press releases, brochures, public service announcements,
speeches, articles, and social media posts. These materials can report on new events or news,
respond to inquiries, or make general announcements. They will also have the overall
responsibility of promoting the association through media and social media. This person will have
strong links and understanding to deal with the media.
This post requires excellent communication skills and links with the media. They should also have
a high level of digital literacy and understand social and digital media. The candidate should be
interested in mental health care in one of the following fields: psychology, medicine, nursing, or
sociology. They must have received training in cognitive behaviour therapy. They must also be
eligible for accreditation with their respective professional College and professional licensure
body. Those accredited as CBT therapists will be given preference.
Information secretary will report to the president.