Vacancies in the West Midlands Division

We are looking to appoint enthusiastic and experienced consultants and SAS Doctors to join the West Midlands Division Executive Committee.

The closing date for applications is 31 May 2024. If you would like to apply for one of the roles please email including:

Term of office

Four years.

Job purpose

To be responsible for all aspects of the academic meetings of the relevant Devolved Nation or Division.

Job description

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Find out more about our Regional Advisors and Specialty Representatives roles, including full job descriptions.

Term of office

3 years

Job purpose

The divisional lead for Mentoring will take a lead role in advising on and assisting in setting up mentoring systems within the division, or supporting existing systems. They will also ensure there is a training programme for interested doctors and provide advice to other doctors who might need assistance with queries about mentoring. Support for this will be provided by the Specialist Adviser for Mentoring.


  • Academic
  • Addictions
  • Eating Disorders
  • Rehabilitation and Social

Regional Specialty Representatives are appointed locally to support Regional Advisors and Deputy Regional Advisors, by providing expert advice on their psychiatric subspecialty.

The recommended term is five years though this can vary depending on circumstances. The roles can also be taken up as a shared role with another colleague, or alongside any other existing College role.

Regional Specialty Representative job description

Further useful information

Term of office

2 years

Responsible to

Associate Registrar for Wellbeing and Retention

Job purpose

To raise awareness and knowledge at regional and locality level of the individual and systemic factors that impact on Wellbeing, in addition to promoting RCPsych, local and national resources and gathering feedback from the frontlines on current challenges and areas for improvement.

Job description

Read more to receive further information regarding a career in psychiatry