Volunteering opportunities

We invite members to explore our wide range of volunteering opportunities on committees and boards in education, training, research, policy and engagement. Applications for Vice President roles close on 25 October, 17:00 - and all other current vacancies are open until 1 November, 09:30.

Vice President roles in Health Policy and Science & Research

The VP for Health Policy will help drive policy and advocacy on issues such as prevention and health inequalities in childhood, future services and workforce planning. And, the VP for Science & Research will have a pivotal and influential role in improving the child health research environment and paediatric quality improvement initiatives across the country.

The closing date for these roles is Monday, 25 October, 17:00.

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The College Specialty Advisory Committees (CSACs) supervise the development and delivery of sub-specialty training.
You're a vital part of the paediatric workforce, and we want to ensure there's a trainee representative on many of our College committees.
England
Roles across England regions include Regional Leads and Deupty Regional Leads as well as representatives to committees.
Wales
Members in Wales take up crucial roles on our Wales Executive Committee, plus committees across the UK.
Ireland
Our Ireland Committee represents membership in both Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland, and specifically directs College business in the NI jurisdiction.
Scotland

Scotland

Examples of opportunities include the Scottish Committee, Regional Leads and Scotland respresentatives on UK-wide committees.

Please note: There are currently no vacancies in Scotland.

England Area Officers represent the views of members in their area at Council and report back RCPCH activities and Council discussions to their members.

We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Area Officer in North West England

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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.
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These opportunities aim to improve health outcomes for all infants, children and young people in the UK.
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These opportunities support training, including the development and delivery of our examinations, assessments and less than full time training.