CSAC volunteering opportunities

The College Specialty Advisory Committees (CSACs) supervise the development and delivery of sub-specialty training and the assessment standards. Take a look at our current vacancies.
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CSACs have particular responsibility for monitoring Level 3 trainees' progress through their sub-specialty training, advising and signing off sub-specialty CCTs (certificates of completion of training) and the continued development of their Level 3 curriculum and assessment systems.

In this round we have a number of vacancies across a range of CSACs including opportunities to support paediatric trainees and training in gastroenterology, hepatology & nutrition, inherited metabolic medicine, nephrology and neurodisability. We also have a number of positions open within Paediatric Allergy, Immunology and Infectious Diseases. See the downloads section for the detailed role descriptions.

I’ve valued working with a new team who clinicians would not normally meet: the RCPCH staff. It has been, in a way, a second family away from hospital clinical work which has been both a great experience and also educational... After all what are we doing this ‘job’ for? It is to provide high quality training for the next generations of paediatricians.

Dr Peter Dale, Officer for Training

Apply by 1 August 2022, 10:30