Volunteering opportunities for members

We're seeking members to apply for roles in health policy, research, education & training and more... with some posts especially for consultant paediatricians, SAS doctors or trainees across the UK. Explore our opportunities by category from this page - most are open to applications by Monday 30 May at 10:30.
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This senior role has strategic oversight of the College's health improvement work, with responsiblity for developing and operationalising policies to support paediatricans across the UK.
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We're seeking representatives to the Paediatricians in Medical Management (PiMM) Committee, which advises on national health policy and standards for children and young people, and the the Intercollegiate Committee on Emergency Care Standards for CYP.
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We're looking for an experienced paediatricians to jointly oversee the development of the Child Protection Evidence Systematic Reviews. And our Trainee Research Network is looking for a trainee rep from North England.
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Are you passionate about advocating locally to improve outcomes for children, young people and the workforce that serves them?  As an RCPCH Ambassador, you'll engage with your Integrated Care Service (ICS). We have vacancies across England.

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The College Specialty Advisory Committees (CSACs) supervise the development and delivery of sub-specialty training and the assessment standards, and we have vacancies in community child health, nephrology and neurodisability.
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Specialty, Associate Specialist and Staff Grade (SAS) doctors are a key part of the paediatric workforce. We have openings for regional reps from East of England, South England, South London & Kent, Surrey and Sussex, and Northern Ireland..
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This programme combines a regional network of doctors with learning resources to support the transition of senior trainees “stepping up” into new consultant roles. As champion, you'll act as contact point for local members and your Head of School and TPD.
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Opportunities for trainees

Our Trainees Oversight Committee (TOC) and the wider Trainee Network form a vital part of our work, representing trainee views on service and training. We're seeking a Chair of the TOC who will also sit as the Trainee Representative on Executive Committee and College Council.

Other roles especially for trainees include a Mersey rep for the Trainee Network and a North England rep for the Trainee Research Network.

 

We are recruiting representatives from several regions on our Less Than Full Time Training Advisors Network, plus Assessors for those seeking Specialist Register entry via the CESR route.

And, our Academic Training Committee is looking for a new Chair and regional reps from East Midlands South and Yorkshire & Humber.