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This page includes all the current GCC Councilcommitteeemployee and partner vacancies and opportunities.  

Any GCC tenders will also be posted on this page.


1) Communications and Policy Lead (Employee Vacancies tab for more information.)

Currently, the GCC has no vacancies.

Currently, the GCC has no vacancies.

Currently, the GCC has no vacancies.

Communications and Policy Lead

Type: Hybrid

Salary: Circa £43,000 + Benefits

Closing date: 30 November (midday)

Interview: 13-14 December (in-person interview in London)

The Role

The GCC seeks to appoint an experienced Communications and Policy Lead to its Development Directorate. The successful candidate will promote all the GCC's statutory functions (registration, education, standards and fitness to practise) to its various internal and external stakeholder groups. They will lead our policy work around the patient voice, professionalism and equality, diversity and inclusion. They will also maintain and develop our primary communication channels, which include a monthly newsletter, bulletins, the GCC website, social media, consultation and engagement activities.

Because we are a small organisation, you will need to be a great colleague; supportive, resourceful and flexible. This position is high-profile and visible to the team, the Chair and Council, registrants, stakeholders, partners, and patients. 

It is an excellent marcomms opportunity where you can propose, plan, develop, implement, lead and report on a wide range of communication and marketing projects, both in-house and with the assistance of external agencies and stakeholders.

About the General Chiropractic Council (GCC)

The GCC is an independent statutory body established by the Westminster Parliament to regulate over 3,600 Chiropractors in the UK to ensure the safety of patients undergoing chiropractic treatment. 

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

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 optimistic, hard-working and innovative. We support, value, care and trust each other while embracing diversity.

Apply and become the GCC Communications and Policy Lead

Download the Applicant Information Pack for details on the GCC, person specification and how to apply.

Complete the GCC Equality, Diversity and Inclusion monitoring form.

To discuss the role and the process, contact Penny Bance, Director of Development, 07885 979376

Closing date: 30 November 2022 (midday)

Interview date: 13-14 December (in-person interview in London). All candidates invited to an interview will be asked to prepare a short presentation.

The GCC may close applications to this role early if sufficient numbers are submitted early.

Currently, the GCC has no vacancies.

Currently, the GCC has no tenders.


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