Public Engagement Co-ordinator, Veterinary Pathology Specialty Advisory Committee
College committees formally consider specialty-specific issues such as recommending policy, advising on staffing levels and promoting the specialty profile and pathology in general throughout the wider community. Business is also conducted outside of meetings via email, telephone, etc.
Some key responsibilities of the committee include:
- Providing guidance and advising on behalf of the specialty to the College and external stakeholders.
- Producing and reviewing guidance, standards and publications relating to relevant to the specialty.
- Advising on workforce issues, training and the curriculum.
- Advising on policy documents produced by the government or other organisations.
You must be a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists and be in active practice, with appropriate professional registration with a professional or licensing body (e.g. GMC registration if you are a medical practitioner) and have recognised expertise in the specialty.
How to apply
Please send a supporting statement (up to 350 words using the nomination form below) of your relevant experience and why you would like to take up the role to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Friday 8 March 2019.
Public Engagement Co-ordinator, Veterinary Pathology Specialty Advisory Committee Role Description
Veterinary Pathology Specialty Advisory Committee Terms of Reference
Nomination Form - Public Engagement Co-ordinator, Veterinary Pathology Specialty Advisory Committee