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Board of Trustees vacancies

England country representative (North region)

Are you ready to take your career to the next level?

This is an opportunity to represent RCSLT members in the North, Midlands and East. You’ll have ideas on how to develop member engagement and other RCSLT priority areas. You’ll need to be practising in the area covered, and be nominated and voted for by members who live there.

Becoming a member of the RCSLT Board of Trustees is a fantastic development opportunity, and a chance to make a difference for the whole profession.

All it takes is one click to tell us you’re interested and be put in touch with current Board members who will tell you what it’s all about.

We would particularly like to encourage applicants from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, as well as individuals from other diverse communities.

We’d love to hear from you.

Role specification 

Board of trustee terms of reference

Closing date: Monday 2 December 2019

Contact email: jo.offen@rcslt.org

To apply, please complete the skills matrixequal opportunities and monitoring form and email to: jo.offen@rcslt.org

Committee vacancies

Finance and resources Committee (FRC) 

Do you want to broaden your professional skills while helping to safeguard the profession?

The RCSLT Finance and Resources Committee (FRC) has a vacancy for an enthusiastic member to involve themselves in the governance of the RCSLT.

This is a chance to be part of the governance of the RCSLT, areas such as finance, investments, HR, contracts, performance management, audit, risk, facilities, heritage work and membership administration, among others. 

Although it is desirable rather than essential to have professional expertise in one or more of these fields, it is important to be able to assimilate information, think strategically and have a willingness to make decisions on behalf of the RCSLT.
 
The Committee meets four times a year in London. There is also an induction day and further training will be given if required. The role is unremunerated, but expenses are paid.  The term of office is for three years, starting from the date of approval of this application, to the AGM in 2022, with an opportunity to re-apply for a further three years.

We'd love to hear from you. 

Closing date: Monday 2 December 2019. 

Contact details: jo.offen@rcslt.org 
 
To apply, please ensure you have:

Northern Ireland representative vacancy on the RCSLT Professional Practice and Policy Committee (PPPC)

If you are excited and passionate about the big issues facing our profession, then the PPPC is the place for you.

Applicants are expected to have previous experience of active engagement with the RCSLT and to be able to demonstrate that they are part of a professional network of SLTs. The term of off ice will run from appointment until the 2022 AGM with an option to re-apply for a further three years.

Strategic and in-depth, the PPPC monitors and anticipates both the external environment and internal developments on behalf of the Board of Trustees. Recent business has included technology, international work, advanced practice and justice. The agenda for future meetings will be just as full. We are seeking to fill the Northern Ireland representative vacancy on PPPC.

We'd love to hear from you.

Closing date: 9:00am on Monday 2 December 2019

Contact details: jo.offen@rcslt.org 

To apply, please ensure you have:

Staff vacancies

IJLCD vacancies

IJLCD Editors in Chief 

Following the end of their terms of office, we are seeking  replacements for Dr. Steven Bloch and Dr. Cristina McKean to guide the work of  the exiting editorial team on the IJLCD from  AUGUST 2020.

The IJLCD is an international, peer-reviewed journal, which draws together findings derived from research in language and communication disorders. The Journal is published in six issues per year, with occasional special issues.

The successful candidate for this position will:

  • Be a certified member of the RCSLT.
  • Have a PhD in a related academic discipline.
  • Possess a proven track record in research (peer-reviewed publications and presentations at conferences).
  • Have extensive experience of carrying out peer review.
  • Commit to carrying out the role for a term of three years.
  • Have a vision for the ongoing development of the IJLCD. 

Full job description

Closing date: 9:00am on Monday 6 January 2020

Contact email: info@rcslt.org

To apply, please complete the application form, the equal opportunities and monitoring form and email to: info@rcslt.org

If you have applied or are interested in applying, join the upcoming IJLCD editor-in-chief webinar on 9 December