HCPC seeks new radiographer registration assessors

The Health and Care Professions Council is looking for new partners to take on the role of registration assessor for radiographer applicants

Published: 01 March 2024 HCPC

The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the regulating body for radiographers, is seeking radiographers for the role of registration assessor.

Registration assessors are responsible for assessing all ‘Grandparenting’, all international, Swiss Mutual Recognition, UK-Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein Free Trade Agreement or European Mutual Recognition applicants to see if they meet HCPC standards of proficiency before acceptance onto the register.

This can be from the first stage of application, to analysing further information and carrying out competency tests.

Based on their findings, assessors make a recommendation to the HCPC’s Education and Training Committee regarding the application’s outcome.

'Invaluable input'

A job listing for the HCPC role said: “Our assessors are able to have an invaluable input into protecting the public through the maintenance of our register.

“The role can fit most diary commitments and working patterns. If you are successful, you will be required to attend mandatory training prior to commencing your role.”

The role is completed remotely, and the HCPC pays a rate of £82 per application reviewed. Any travel and accommodation expenses in relation to this role are paid in accordance with HCPC expenses policy.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday March 13, and interviews will be conducted from April 19 to May 10. Compulsory inductions take place from Thursday June 6 to Wednesday June 19. 

For questions related to this campaign, email [email protected].Find out more here. 

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