Members lead on our mission to ‘transform health through knowledge, innovation and expertise’ as Regional Leads, members of our diverse committees and more. Nominations are now closed and will open again this Friday.
Members in Scotland sit on our Scottish Committee and UK-wide groups. Our Scottish committee develops policy, ensures children and young people are fully represented and represents its membership.
The Wales Executive Committee represents the membership of the College in Wales.
Our Ireland Committee represents membership in both Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland, and specifically directs College business in the NI jurisdiction.
oles cover the breadth of the College’s work. We typically have a wide range of vacancies, including for Regional Leads, Ambassadors and to various committees.
CSACs have particular responsibility for monitoring Level 3 trainees' progress through their sub-specialty training.
Make a contribution to paediatrics and child health in a specialist area, such as child protection, informatics or finance & risk.
Officers take on varied, senior roles at RCPCH. In all cases, they actively participate in developing College strategy and delivering work plans that are underpinned by our charitable objectives.
Specialty, Associate Specialist and Staff Grade (SAS) doctors are a key part of the paediatric workforce. As an RCPCH member and SAS doctor you are represented by the SAS committee.
Trainees are a vital part of the paediatric workforce. To reflect the trainees’ points of view and receive their input it is important to have a trainee representative in College committees.