Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) Lay Member

Can you help UKCP protect the public and enhance the reputation of the psychotherapy profession? Do you have sound judgement and an ability to argue your point? UKCP is seeking new lay members of the Professional Conduct Committee.

As a lay member, you will oversee UKCP’s Complaints and Conduct Process which considers serious concerns about UKCP psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors.

This is your opportunity to

  • give back,
  • protect the public, and
  • work with the UK’s leading professional body for psychotherapy.

Joining the PCC is a significant responsibility as your decisions have the potential to change lives.

About you:

  • You have experience in complaints, fitness to practise, safeguarding or a decision-making role.
  • You have the ability to make sound, impartial and well-reasoned decisions.
  • You conduct yourself with integrity and have the respect of your colleagues.
  • You see the bigger picture and recognise the threats, trends and opportunities to help the UKCP protect the public.
  • You're a team player and listen to the opinions of others and make evidence-based decisions that have a lasting impact.
  • You’re able to attend online meetings every six weeks, usually for two hours in the morning, and to make sufficient time between meetings to scrutinise reports.

Download the role description


How to apply

Kindly submit your CV and covering letter to explaining your skills and perspective by 4pm on Friday, 1 October 2021.

Interviews will be held on 28 and 29 October 2021.


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