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Staff vacancies

The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) is the professional body for speech and language therapists across the UK. The RCSLT has more than 20,000 members and employs around 60 staff predominately based in a London office. It also has offices in Belfast, Edinburgh and Cardiff.

Staff are currently working remotely due to the pandemic. When the main office in London Bridge re-opens, candidates may be expected to be office-based for at least part of the week.

Current vacancies

Information about our current vacancies can be found on our Personio. Find out more about individual job roles and apply through the portal

Please note that as part of our commitment to equality and diversity, we have decided to redact any personal information not relating to the role from applications prior to them being presented to the selection panel.

Please email completed applications and any questions you have about the roles to

Working with us

RCSLT employees benefit from:

  • 25 days general annual leave entitlement (increasing incrementally after 2 years), plus office closure between Christmas and New Year
  • Annual salary increments within pay range, where eligible
  • Occupational sick pay
  • The RCSLT pays 9% of salary into the company stakeholder pension scheme
  • Season ticket loan and cycle to work schemes
  • Employee assistance programme

Trustee and committee vacancies

We are looking for members who share RCSLT values and behaviours to join our Board and committees. Read more about what it means to be a trustee or committee member.

Current opportunities

Watch former FRC Committee member Carrie Lizzie Nash talk about her experiences of being on the committee in our video below:


Join our Selection Panel

Now that we have established our new Nominations Committee, we’re looking for speech and language therapists to be part of our Selection Panel to help us with the recruitment of future Board and Committee members.

Selection Panel members will support the Nominations Committee to shape the future of RCSLT leadership. It is not a Trustee or Committee role, but provides a chance to get directly involved in the appointment of Board members who will represent you and the profession.

If you want to join us in our journey to enhance equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in the governance structures of the RCSLT and have an interest, knowledge and/or experience of recruitment processes which support EDI, then this is for you.

What’s involved

The role of a Selection Panel member is to take part in interviews for prospective trustees and committee members and make their recommendations to the nominations committee on the most appropriate candidates for the positions available.

The time commitment for Selection Panel members will initially be approximately two days per year over a period of two to three years. This will include an orientation session to support you in your role.

Who can apply

To be a Selection Panel member, you’ll need to be:

  • A full RCSLT member (This includes Certified, Newly Qualified, Overseas Qualified, Non-Practising, Returners to Practice, Retired, and Student members)
  • Passionate about your profession
  • Keen to create a more diverse and inclusive professional body

Applications are open to all members who are allies of minority groups and champion equality and diversity both personally and professionally.

We welcome applications from members from under-represented groups, such as members who are Black, Asian or have a minority ethnic background, LGBTQ+ members, or members with a disability. This is not an exhaustive list. Please see a full list of protected characteristics for more information.

How to apply

To apply please provide a statement (up to 500 words) or a video or audio statement (no longer than 3 ½ minutes) which includes:

  • A little about your work and personal background.
  • Why you are interested in being part of the Selection Panel.
  • Some examples of how you have lived the values and behaviours agreed by the RCSLT Board in your work or personal life (including roles in any professional networks).
  • Confirmation that you can make the needed time commitment, including support from line manager where relevant.

Email your statement to

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