Call for nominations for College posts

RCPCH members lead on the College’s mission to ‘transform health through knowledge, innovation and expertise’. Members are invited to nominate themselves for a range of posts on RCPCH committees. We look forward to receiving your nomination.

Among the many benefits of serving in a College post are:

  • making a contribution to paediatrics and child health at a national or regional level
  • building skills and learning in areas where you might not otherwise have experience
  • meeting and networking with peers
  • participating in RCPCH strategy and direction.

Apply

All posts require that nominees be in good standing with the College - please see Good Standing Requirements (PDF, 39KB)

Nominees are asked to note the injunction against canvassing in the Election Regulations - please see Conduct of College Elections - Canvassing (PDF, 232KB)

Apply for a College post now - deadline is Monday 23 January 2017, 9.30am

Opportunity - Council

Council - England Area Officer (East of England)(PDF, 56KB)

Opportunities - Regional Leads

Regional Leads and Deputy Regional Leads (PDF, 75KB)

Opportunities - Committees 

British Paediatric Surveillance Unit (BPSU) Scientific Committee - Ireland Representative (PDF, 59KB)

CSAC Clinical Pharmacology - Assessment Advisor (PDF, 54KB)

CSAC General Paediatrics - Trainee Representative (ST6-8) (PDF, 50KB)

CSAC Nephrology - Assessment Advisor (PDF, 53KB)

CSAC Paediatric Allergy, Immunology and Infectious Diseases - Quality Advisor (PDF, 55KB)

CSAC Paediatric Emergency Medicine - Training Advisor (PDF, 57KB)

CSAC Paediatric Neurodisability - Chair (PDF, 56KB)

CSAC Paediatric Oncology - Assessment Advisor (PDF, 54KB)

CSAC Paediatric Oncology - Trainee Representative (PDF, 50KB)

CSAC Paediatric Palliative Medicine - Assessment Advisor (PDF, 54KB)

Education and Training Quality Committee - Medical Educationalist (non-paediatric) Representative (PDF, 49KB)

Education and Training Quality Committee - SAS Representative (PDF, 50KB)

Examinations Executive Committee - Principle Area Theory (PAT) Lead - Ireland (PDF, 70KB)

Examinations Executive Committee - Theory Board Examiner (Consultants) (PDF, 67KB)

Health Promotion Committee - Northern Ireland Representative (PDF, 51KB)

Health Promotion Committee - Scotland Representative (PDF, 51KB)

Informatics for Quality Committee - Scotland Representative (PDF, 70KB)

Informatics for Quality Committee - Paediatric Representative (PDF, 51KB)

Intercollegiate Committee for Standards for Children and Young People in Emergency Care Settings - Regional Representatives (PDF, 48KB)

Less Than Full Time Training Advisors Committee - Regional Representatives (PDF, 45KB)

National Clinical Audit of Seizures and Epilepsies in Children and Young People (Epilepsy12) Project Board - Epilepsy Audit Clinical Lead (PDF, 69KB)

National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP) Project Board - NNAP Clinical Lead (PDF, 68KB)

Paediatricians in Medical Management (PiMM) Committee - Northern Ireland and Scotland Representatives (PDF, 52KB)

Trainees Committee - Regional Representatives (PDF, 61KB)

Opportunities - Other posts

Careers Advisor - Various regions (PDF, 60KB)

Declaration of interests

All current members of any RCPCH committees, including joint standing committees or working parties, as well as RCPCH Examiners and College Tutors, are required to declare interests.

Please see Register of interests form (PDF, 67KB)

Closing date: 
23 January 2017