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 Angela Currie unless otherwise stated.

Notice of Election 2021

Vacancies will arise in Scotland in 2021 for the position of:

  • Chair, RCPsych in Scotland
  • Vice Chair, RCPsych in Scotland
  • Finance Officer, RCPsych in Scotland
  • Devolved Council Members (4 vacancies).

The closing date for applications for the above posts is Monday 19 October 2020. Read the election notice or visit the College elections webpage for more information.

Faculty Vacancies in Scotland

Chair/Vice Chair of Faculty Posts

We currently have vacancies for the following posts:

The closing for applications is Monday, 19 October 2020.

Vice Chair of the Working Retired Psychiatrists Group in Scotland

We currently have vacancies for Vice Chair of the Working Retired Psychiatrists group in Scotland.  Read the job descriptions here. Notes of interest should be returned to Susan Richardson at RCPsych in Scotland.

Other Vacancies in Scotland

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 Laura Hudson (RCPsych in Scotland Manager) if you would be interested or would like more information on any of these areas of work.

BAME and Inclusion Champion Vacancies

We are committed to eliminating discrimination and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion for our members and for all mental health services in Scotland.  The RCPsych in Scotland are seeking to appoint 2 new leads to work with staff and members to ensure that BAME and other minority voices are an integral part of all our work.

If you would be interested in either of these roles, please contact Laura Hudson (RCPsych in Scotland Manager).


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