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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 19,500 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.
See the individual job role pages for more details and to apply to the RCSLT’s current vacancies:
- Project Assistant (closes 24 September)
- Project Coordinator (closes 24 September)
- Outcomes and Informatics Officer (closes 30 September)
- Head of the RCSLT Scotland Office (closes 1 October)
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 email@example.com
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
Steering group vacancies
RCSLT Outcomes Programme Steering Group
The RCSLT Outcomes Programme is supporting the speech and language therapy profession with delivering quality speech and language therapy services. This innovative and ambitious programme of work comprises a number of parallel workstreams, which form key components of the RCSLT strategic plan. More information about the work is available on our webpages.
The work is governed by the Outcomes Programme Steering Group and we are looking to recruit a minimum of five new members to join the Steering Group.
We would welcome applications from any RCSLT members and non-members who would be interested in the role, and, in particular, we are seeking representatives for:
- Northern Ireland
- Independent practice
Further information is provided in the terms of reference (PDF).
If you would like to discuss the role in more detail please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time to speak with the RCSLT Outcomes and Informatics Manager.