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Member of the General Chiropractic Council, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland 

The General Chiropractic Council (GCC) is seeking to appoint two registrant members to its Council from summer 2020.  

One vacancy is for a registrant member who lives and/or works mainly in Wales. There is no geographical requirement in relation to the other vacancy. 

The GCC is an independent statutory body established by Parliament to regulate chiropractors in the United Kingdom.  

Council members have a pivotal role at GCC, leading our commitment to deliver greater benefit to the public, our registrants and stakeholders within a changing regulatory environment.  

Applicants should explain how they meet the requirements of the competency framework set out in the information for applicants below. For at least one of the roles we are seeking applicants who possess skills gained in an educational or research setting, with involvement in chiropractic teaching and/or research.   

The role is remunerated, with a time commitment of approximately 15 days per year, including attendance at quarterly meetings in London in March, June, September and December with travel and subsistence covered. The initial term is four years. Further details are in the application pack below. 

The GCC aims to be as diverse as the public it protects. We welcome applications from people from diverse backgrounds with experience in the public, commercial and/or charity sectors, regardless of sex, age, disability, race, faith, sexual orientation, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity status or gender reassignment. 

We particularly encourage applications from women and black and minority ethnic people, who are currently under-represented within the Council. 

To apply and for further details, please download the application pack below. 

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is Monday 30 March 2020.  

Interviews will be held 4-5 May 2020 in London.  

For questions about the role, please contact Nick Jones, Chief Executive and Registrar: