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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

Eastern Division Regional Vacancies

Changes to the Bye-Laws and Regulations of the College now means that Specialist Associates, will be able to vote in College elections and to stand for elected office in the College

College Assessor training day (9th November)

All NHS psychiatrist appointments are required to have an RCPsych College Assessor attending the interview panel, providing a College perspective to the selection and recruitment of psychiatrists and ensuring candidates are appointable to the posts. The College currently has over 450 College Assessors doing this work and is keen to recruit more. If you are interested in becoming a College Assessor and getting involved in this interesting and flexible work, the College is hosting a training day on 9 November 2016, which is free to attend. The basic requirement to be a College Assessor is that you have been in a substantive consultant role for three years or more and your nomination is approved by your local College division, regional advisor or faculty. For further information on becoming a College Assessor, please visit the workforce pages of the website and email workforce@rcpsych.ac.uk to reserve a place on the training day.




There is currently a post available for a Regional Specialty Representative within the Eastern Division. 

Vacancies have arisen in the following Specialties due to the current post holder reaching the end of their tenure or the post is currently vacant.


Representatives for the following specialties are required:


  • Neuropsychiatry

Regional Specialty Representative Job Description

Anyone interested in taking up any of the above posts should email the following to moinul.mannan@rcpsych.ac.uk

  1. A copy of their CV
  2. The names and contact details of two referees. The referees must be fellows or members of the College, but should not hold office on the College Education Training and Standards Committee.
  3. A statement containing a short profile of the attributes and experience they feel they could bring to the post (electronic copies only please).




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