Leadership roles

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.

Forthcoming vacancies

Officer roles

There are no vacancies currently.

Board roles

Clinical oncology

  • CO Specialty Training Board Vacancy (appointed) - This role will oversee all aspects of clinical oncology specialty training from the selection of trainees through to entry to the GMC’s Specialist Register. This includes agreeing the processes for recruitment into training, defining the training curriculum and assessment system, quality assurance of training, and providing support to trainers and trainees.
  • Professional Support and Standards Board Vacancy (elected) - This Board commissions, approves and periodically reviews professional standards, guidelines, advice and statements for practice. It also oversees arrangements for the RCR continuing professional development scheme and RCR support for appraisal and revalidation. It plays an essential role in communicating the work of the Faculty to the wider membership. All Fellows in good standing in active clinical practice in the UK are eligible to stand for elected posts.

Clinical radiology

  • CR Specialty Training Board Vacancy (appointed) - This role will oversee all aspects of clinical radiology specialty training from the selection of trainees through to entry to the GMC’s Specialist Register. This includes agreeing the processes for recruitment into training, defining the training curriculum and assessment system, quality assurance of training, and providing support to trainers and trainees.
  • Council Vacancy (elected) - Council agrees the overall direction of the College through the Strategy set for three years. It also approved the budget and priorities on an annual basis and identifies major issues that could affect the college through the risk management process. All Fellows in good standing in active clinical practice in the UK are eligible to stand for elected posts.

Committee roles

Clinical oncology

Clinical radiology

  • CR First FRCR Anatomy Examination Committee Chair - the Anatomy Examination Committee is responsible for ensuring that the anatomy component of the First FRCR examination provides an appropriate assessment of the knowledge of the anatomy needed to perform and interpret radiological studies. 
  • CR Final FRCR (Part A) Examination Committee Chair - The Final FRCR (Part A) Examination Committee is responsible for ensuring that the 2A component of the Final FRCR examination provides an appropriate assessment of the application of knowledge as defined in the core radiology syllabus sections of the Specialty Training Curriculum for Clinical Radiology. 

Joint faculty

  • Advisory Appointment Committee - opportunities to ensure job plans for clinical oncologists and clinical radiologists meet minimum standards and to represent the RCR at interview panels.