Professional Conduct Committee Lay Members required
IPEM has vacancies for lay members on its two Professional Conduct Committees (PCCs). The IPEM PCC plays a vital role in keeping the Institute’s Code of Ethical and Professional Conduct up to date, making sure it reflects the standards expected of members. It also manages disciplinary procedures involving members when required.
The Register of Clinical Technologists’ (RCT) PCC has a similar role in relation to this Assured Register for more than 2,200 technologists, mostly working in the NHS. The RCT’s purpose is to protect the public, by setting standards for the training, conduct and continuing professional development of clinical technologists. For further information on the Register of Clinical Technologists please click here.
The lay members will join professional members on these committees, and training will be given for the role. For more information and an application form for the IPEM PCC and the RCT PCC, please see the IPEM website; or for the RCT PCC only, read the role description, and complete the application form, and return it to Marie Goodall
The positions are unremunerated but expenses will be paid in accordance with our expenses policy. To discuss the roles in more detail with Rosemary Cook CBE, Chief Executive Officer of IPEM, email Marie Goodall
Closing Date: Friday 8th March 2019.
RCT Assessors required
We currently have vacancies for RCT Assessors on the RCT panel. If you are registered on the RCT are looking for a new challenge, this is an interesting and varied role to add to your CV and could also count towards your CPD. Please see below for further details.
RCT Assessor role description
To assess the applications from potential RCT registrants and determine their suitability for registration.
For primary route applicants this will involve ensuring they hold the relevant qualifications.
For equivalence applications this will involve assessing a portfolio report to determine whether they meet the criteria and have the relevant experience to be registered. In order to do this you must be working as a registered technologist with sufficient experience to assess an application.
Full training for how to assess applicants will be provided beforehand. This will involve one training session and your appointment will commence upon the completion of your training session.
To be eligible for the role you must be registered as a Clinical Technologist with the RCT and be working as a registered Clinical Technologist in one of the current RCT scopes of practice.
You must be able to critically review a portfolio of evidence and determine that all criteria has been met.
We would particularly welcome applications from potential assessors in the following scopes: