Would you like to help guide the future direction of our work and your specialty? Our board and committee positions are an ideal opportunity to support the RCR, make decisions and ensure members’ voices are represented in everything we do.
There are no vacancies currently.
- Clinical Radiology Specialty Training Board (CRSTB) - up to five member vacancies: the CRSTB is responsible for all aspects of clinical radiology specialty training from the selection of trainees, through to entry to the GMC’s Specialist Register.
- Interventional Radiology (IR) Committee - vacancy for trainee representative: The IR Committee seeks to enhance the current and future provision of interventional radiology practice in the UK.
- Radiology Informatics Committee (RIC) member vacancies: the RIC provides clinical and technological expertise and is responsible for identifying opportunities for the RCR to collaborate with partners to ensure that technology augments service delivery in the best interests of patients.
- CO Professional Learning and Development (PLD) Committee members: the PLD Committee works to develop new and innovative learning opportunities for Fellows and members to supplement the RCR's popular face-to-face events.
Staff and associate specialist (SAS) grade adviser, clinical oncology: the SAS grade adviser advises on issues pertinent to SAS grade doctors practising in clinical oncology and leads the Faculty’s work in representing those doctors and developing relevant support and resources for the membership.
Staff and associate specialist (SAS) grade adviser, clinical radiology: the SAS grade adviser advises on issues pertinent to SAS grade doctors practising in clinical radiology and leads the Faculty’s work in representing those doctors and developing relevant support and resources for the membership.
Advisory Appointment Committee Job Plan Advisers: opportunities to ensure job plans for clinical oncologists and clinical radiologists meet minimum standards and to represent the RCR at interview panels.