The College relies on its members to lead and provide input into many of its activities. This page carries details of the posts that are currently available. For each post, you will need to download the appropriate PDF job description below. Interested applicants should then complete the standard online application form, paying particular attention to the requirements set out in the job description.
Please also note the warnings set out in this document:(PDF, 468KB, 1 page)
If you serve on Council, or any standing committees, joint standing committees or working parties, or as Examiners or College Tutors, you should complete the declaration of interests form:
Application deadline for all posts listed is 19 May 2013. After that, the nomination/appointment process described in the job description will be followed, and all candidates will be informed of the outcome as soon as possible.
Applications for posts listed below are now closed.
The job descriptions are listed in categories:
- Council member (require two proposers)
- Regional and Deputy Regional Advisers
- Ethics and the Law Committee
Regional and Deputy Regional Advisers
Ethics and the Law Committee
Ethics and the Law Committee Chair (PDF, 561KB)
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