There are a number of ways in which you can get involved with the work of the RCPsych in Scotland.

We will keep this page updated, and opportunities are also distributed to the membership by email. All expressions of interest of requests for further information should be sent to Susan Richardson unless otherwise stated.

Regional Advisors

The RCPsych in Scotland is seeking applications for the following roles:

  • Regional Advisor – North of Scotland
  • Regional Advisor – East of Scotland
  • Regional Advisor – South East of Scotland
  • Regional Advisor – West of Scotland

Regional Advisors are the representatives of the College on all matters relating to workforce, training and recruitment in psychiatry in Scotland. They are the College’s link with regional NES offices, employers and medical schools and play an important role in communicating and responding to issues in their region.

Read the job description

If you are interested in applying please contact Laura Hudson.

Faculty vacancies in Scotland

Chair/Vice Chair of Faculty Posts

We currently have vacancies for the following roles in Scotland:

  • Chair of the Medical Psychotherapy Faculty
  • Chair of the Academic Faculty
  • Vice Chair of the Intellectual Disability Faculty
  • Vice Chair of the Old Age Faculty
  • Vice Chair of the Rehabilitation Faculty

Read the job descriptions here.  Notes of interest should be returned to Angela Currie at RCPsych in Scotland.

Other vacancies in Scotland

Wellbeing Champion, Choose Psychiatry Scotland Committee Vice Chair and Mentoring Lead

The College in Scotland is looking for members to get involved with our work to improve Scottish psychiatry recruitment, retention and wellbeing. We have the following roles available, but would also be happy to hear from you if you’re interested in contributing more generally.

If interested, please contact the RCPsych in Scotland Team via

We are always looking for members who would be interested in getting involved with our policy, public affairs, media or Choose Psychiatry work. Please contact Aidan Reid (RCPsych in Scotland Policy Officer) if you would be interested or would like more information on any of these areas of work.


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