Volunteering opportunities - College roles

Each month we invite members to apply for roles on our committees and project boards, with some posts especially for trainees. Take a look below to see our current opportunities. The closing date is Monday, 17 April.
This is a high-profile role with significant media and stakeholder engagement responsibilities, as well as supporting the development of policies and positions. You'll closely work with, and deputise for, the Officer for Ireland.
Our Trainee Network is seeking a regional representative in London. And there are vacancies on our Health Improvement committee, Diabetes and Endocrinology CSAC, Medicines Committee and British Paediatric Surveillance Unit.
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This network supports the transition of of senior trainees as they 'step up' into new consultant roles. We're looking for regional champions for Scotland, North East England and South West England.
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Paediatric trainees on our Trainee Network consider a wide range of themes impacting on training and assessment - and we're seeking regional reps from England and Scotland. We also have trainee vacancies on three CSACs.
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This is a brand new committee at the College, which will consider, discuss and advise on how we approach digitial challenges and opportunities. We're seeking member representatives, including one trainee.
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This committee is responsible for the College's portfolio in child health promotion and prevention of ill health. We're recruiting a trainee rep and a Northern Ireland rep.
The British Paediatric Surveillance Unit (BPSU) undertakes active surveillance of paediatric conditions and infections across the UK and Ireland. We're now seeking medical advisors, trainee reps and a neonatologist.
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Our Certificate of Eligibility to the Specialist Register Committee conducts and oversees the assessment of CESR applications in paediatrics and paediatric sub-specialties, and is seeking a Chair and two Co-Chairs.
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This joint standing committee between RCPCH and Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists Group (NPPG) responds to government consultation documents, provides advice to RCPCH members and supports the MedsIQ and Medicine for Children programmes. Recruiting to several roles.
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Our CSACs supervise the development and delivery of sub-specialty training, and vacancies are in diabetes and endocrinology, PGHAN, neonatal medicine, oncology, allergy, palliative care and intensive care medicine.
RCPCH Ambassadors is an England-wide network of volunteer members who advocate for the needs of children and young people in their area, engaging with their local Integrated Care System (ICS).
We also have ongoing opportunities - from joining a local or virtual question setting group to help generate questions and scenarios, to assessing with START, to being a clinical examiner or host.