Volunteering - College roles

Our next application round for College roles on committees and working groups is now open. Our two Officer roles are open until 15 July at 10:30. All other roles close on 8 July at 10:30.
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Officers for Ireland and South England

Represent the views of members in your area to Council and report back College activities. The Officer for Ireland role also involves significant media and stakeholder engagement responsibilities.

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We're thinking fresh on how standard setting can support the most effective delivery of paediatric care in a changed health landscape. As we prepare to update our Facing the Future service standards, we're recruiting to a new working group.
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You'll support the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit to achieve its strategic aims - in particular to support the peer review and approvals process of studies proposed for the ‘orange card' and help develop a yearly strategic review.
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College Specialty Advisory Committees monitor trainees' progression through sub-specialty training, and we have vacancies in community child health, intensive care, neonatal, neurology, oncology, palliative care, respiratory and rheumatology.
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Representatives on this network advise trainees and raise LTFT training issues within their region. We're seeking regional representatives in England (KSS, Mersey, North West, Severn and Thames Valley), Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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We are looking for an NI representative on our Health Services Committee, which advises and shares good practice on health policy and service standards. Plus a rep on our Less Than Full Time Training Advisors Network.
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We're recruiting assessors to conduct and oversee the assessment of Portfolio Pathway applications in paediatrics and paediatric sub-specialties. We offer online training and support from our friendly Training Services team.
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The Specialist, Associate Specialist and Specialty Doctors (SAS) committee explores and progresses issues relating to SAS doctors and other doctors in comparable non-training, non-standard grades working in paediatrics. Seeking an England member.
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The Scotland Child Protection Sub-Committee has vacancies for reps from North, East and West of the nation. There are also opportunities especially for Scotland members on our LTFT Advisors Network and Trainee Research Network.
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We're seeking regional trainee reps for the Trainee Committee (North West England, North East Central London and Wales), the Trainee Research Network (Wessex and Scotland), Scottish Child Protection Sub-committee (Scotland). Plus trainee reps on our CSACs for palliative medicine, CCH, neurology and neonatal.
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Other volunteering opportunities with us

There are more ways to get involved with the College. These include writing questions and scenarios for our exams, joining our Parliamentary Panel or delivering child health education as course faculty.