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Vacancies

This section includes all current vacancies with the General Chiropractic Council – within our Council and committees, as well as staff and partner opportunities. We also post our tenders here.

Director of Corporate Services

The GCC is an independent statutory body established by Parliament to regulate over 3,000 Chiropractors in the UK to ensure the safety of patients undergoing chiropractic treatment.

This is a great time to be joining the GCC as we progress our ambitious strategy, and where we contribute to, and benefit from, significant changes to the healthcare regulatory landscape.

Following a recent organisational change this role has been created bringing together several key areas of accountability within a new Corporate Services Directorate. As Director you will work with the Chief Executive and Registrar alongside the Director of Fitness to Practise and Director of Development forming the GCC senior team.

The role brings together our financial strategy and management (you will be the lead finance officer and professionally qualified) and the management of our contracts ensuring value for money; our governance responsibilities, including our data protection and information governance responsibilities, and for performance reporting together with business planning and project management.

Because we are a small organisation, to succeed here you will need to be a great colleague; supportive; resourceful and flexible. You will have a high profile and be visible to the team; to the Chair and Council; with our stakeholders in the regulatory system; our partners; and with registrants and patients. You may not have experience in all aspects of the role but you will be keen to gain it and take your career forward.

The GCC is a great place to work, and we do so together. It matters to us that we make a real difference in protecting the public and developing the profession. We are positive and work hard – we support, value, care and trust each other. We innovate, and embrace diversity and our growth.

To discuss the role, and/or the process contact Nick Jones, Chief Executive and Registrar, n.jones@gcc-uk.org. 020 7841 0371

Closing date: 28 February 2020 Noon.


Documents

Director of Corporate Services - Candidate Pack

Director of Corporate Services - Monitoring Form


Policy and Communications Officer

Following a recent organisational change the GCC is seeking to appoint an experienced policy and communications officer in the new Development Directorate.  The successful candidate will be responsible for communicating and promoting the GCC’s registration, education and standards development functions to a range of internal and external audiences maximising on our new website and lead on policy work around the Code and guidance.

Because we are a small organisation, to succeed here you will need to be a great colleague; supportive; resourceful and flexible. You will have a high profile and be visible to the team; to the Chair and Council; with our stakeholders in the regulatory system; our partners; and with registrants and patients.

The GCC is a great place to work, and we do so together. It matters to us that we make a real difference in protecting the public and developing the profession. We are positive and work hard – we support, value, care and trust each other. We innovate, and embrace diversity and our growth.

To discuss the role, and/or the process contact Penny Bance, Director of Development, p.bance@gcc-uk.org 020 7841 0372 or Nick Jones, Chief Executive and Registrar, n.jones@gcc-uk.org. 020 7841 0371

Closing date: 9 March 2020 Noon.


Documents

Policy and Communications Officer - Candidate Pack

Policy and Communications Officer - Monitoring Form


Fitness to Practise Investigator

This is a great time to be joining the GCC as Fitness to Practise Investigator as we progress our ambitious strategy, and during a time of significant change to the healthcare regulatory landscape.

Following a recent review we have redesigned the way we carry out Fitness to Practise work, putting in place new processes to enhance regulatory work such that it is efficient and effective for patients and registrants. The Fitness to Practise Investigators are key members of the Fitness to Practise Directorate and the successful candidate will be responsible for undertaking the investigatory / preparatory work in respect of the cases within their caseload for the Council’s complex cases. 

Because we are a small organisation, to succeed here you will need to be a great colleague; supportive; resourceful and flexible. You will have a high profile and be visible to the team; with our stakeholders in the regulatory system; our partners; and with registrants and patients.

The GCC is a great place to work, and we do so together. It matters to us that we make a real difference in protecting the public and developing the profession. We are positive and work hard – we support, value, care and trust each other. We innovate, and embrace diversity and our growth.

To discuss the role, and/or the process contact Niru Uddin, Director of Fitness to Practisen.uddin@gcc-uk.org 020 7841 0376 or Juliet St Bernard, Investigations Managerj.stbernard@gcc-uk.org 020 7713 5155.

Closing date: 9 March 2020 Noon.


Documents

Fitness to Practise Investigator - Candidate Pack

Fitness to Practise Investigator - Monitoring Form


Fitness to Practise Caseworker

This is a great time to be joining the GCC as Fitness to Practise Caseworker as we progress our ambitious strategy, and during a time of significant change to the healthcare regulatory landscape.

Following a recent review we have redesigned the way we carry out Fitness to Practise work, putting in place new processes to enhance regulatory work such that it is efficient and effective for patients and registrants. The Fitness to Practise Caseworkers are key members of the Fitness to Practise Directorate and the successful candidate will be responsible for undertaking the investigatory / preparatory work in respect of the cases within their caseload for the Council’s less complex cases.  You will also provide administrative support to enable the GCC Practice Committees (Professional Conduct, Health and Investigating) to carry out their functions as well as providing administrative support to the Fitness to Practise Investigators in managing the complex cases.

Because we are a small organisation, to succeed here you will need to be a great colleague; supportive; resourceful and flexible. You will have a high profile and be visible to the team; with our stakeholders in the regulatory system; our partners; and with registrants and patients.

The GCC is a great place to work, and we do so together. It matters to us that we make a real difference in protecting the public and developing the profession. We are positive and work hard – we support, value, care and trust each other. We innovate, and embrace diversity and our growth.

To discuss the role, and/or the process contact Niru Uddin, Director of Fitness to Practise, n.uddin@gcc-uk.org 020 7841 0376 or Juliet St Bernard, Investigations Manager, j.stbernard@gcc-uk.org 020 7713 5155.

Closing date: 2 March 2020 Noon.


Documents

Fitness to Practise Caseworker - Candidate Pack

Fitness to Practise Caseworker - Monitoring Form


Protection of Title Caseworker and Committee Administrator

This is a great time to be joining the GCC as Protection of Title Caseworker and Committee Administrator as we progress our ambitious strategy, and during a time of significant change to the healthcare regulatory landscape.

Following a recent review we have redesigned the way we carry out Fitness to Practise work, putting in place new processes to enhance regulatory work such that it is efficient and effective for patients and registrants. The Protection of Title Caseworker and Committee Administrator is a key member of the Fitness to Practise Directorate and they have a key role to play in carrying out Fitness to Practise work, which is efficient and effective for patients and registrants. You will have responsibility for providing administrative support to enable the GCC Practice Committees (Professional Conduct – PCC, Health and Investigating) to carry out their functions; and to contribute to their continuous improvement.  You will also lead and undertake Protection of title (“S.32”) investigations where there are concerns that non registered individuals are either expressly or by implication describing themselves as a chiropractor.

Because we are a small organisation, to succeed here you will need to be a great colleague; supportive; resourceful and flexible. You will have a high profile and be visible to the team; with our stakeholders in the regulatory system; our partners; and with registrants and patients.

The GCC is a great place to work, and we do so together. It matters to us that we make a real difference in protecting the public and developing the profession. We are positive and work hard – we support, value, care and trust each other. We innovate, and embrace diversity and our growth.

To discuss the role, and/or the process contact Niru Uddin, Director of Fitness to Practise, n.uddin@gcc-uk.org 020 7841 0376 or Juliet St Bernard, Investigations Manager, j.stbernard@gcc-uk.org 020 7713 5155.

Closing date: 2 March 2020 Noon.


Documents

Protection of Title Caseworker and Committee Administrator - Candidate Pack

Protection of Title Caseworker and Committee Administrator - Monitoring Form

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Invitation to tender – For the provision of public perceptions research

The aims and objectives of the research:

As part of our commitment to better understand the views and experiences of members of the public across the UK we would like to

  • conduct robust research into public perceptions and experiences of the chiropractic profession in the UK
  • determine the level of awareness of chiropractors and perceptions of what chiropractors do, building on previous research
  • understand what the public expects from a regulatory body eg information needs; benefits of seeing a registered professional; confidence in the profession
  • use the research to improve as a regulator and ensure that the GCC fulfils its statutory obligations to project the public and develop the profession
  • benchmark public perceptions in order to track how these might change in the future
  • determine appetite for joining a virtual public/patient panel

Find out more here.

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Demonstrating Accountability

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