Volunteering opportunities for members

Each month we recruit members to apply for roles on our committees - with some posts especially for consultant paediatricians or trainees across the UK. Explore the below opportunities and apply by Monday 6 February at 10:30.
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The College Specialty Advisory Committees supervise the development and delivery of sub-specialty training, and vacancies are in emergency medicine, inherited metabolic medicine and oncology.
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The College’s Invited Reviews programme provides a clinically led peer review and consultancy service to health services, and its board is seeking a Reviewer Member.
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This role leads the preparation of our theory exams alongside a staff administrator, and ensures comments and amendments to questions are transferred to the master copies of draft exams.
We're recruiting Regional Representative in East Scotland and West Scotland, responsible for policy development and engaging with external stakeholders and with the wider membership in Scotland.
This committee shares good practice and influence national developments in the design and delivery of health services for children and young people.
Our Ambassadors in the Integrated Care System areas across England advocate locally to improve outcomes for children, young people and the workforce that serves them.
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Further volunteering opportunities at RCPCH

There are more ways to get involved with the College's work - from helping to generate scenarios and questions for our exams and assessments to joining our faculty to develop high quality courses.