We have an important role. We help to protect the public by improving the regulation and registration of people working in health and care. Our organisation is independent and is accountable to the UK Parliament.
There are three main areas to our work. We oversee nine regulators of health and care professionals like doctors and nurses. We also set standards for and accredit registers of people working in unregulated health and care occupations. We provide policy advice to Ministers and others and carry out our own policy and research projects. Our role includes exercising our statutory power to refer to Court certain decisions made by the fitness to practise panels of the nine regulators we oversee.
The benefits of working with us
- Working hours - most posts are 37 hours a week and we offer flexi-time
- Annual leave - we offer 30 days leave a year in addition to bank holidays
- Pensions - our employees may join the NHS pension scheme
- Subsidised gym and a staff restaurant - on the premises
- We are committed to promoting diversity in the workplace
- There is some opportunity for overseas travel.
Our Chief Executive, Harry Cayton, announced that he would be stepping down in Autumn. Recruitment is now underway for a new chief executive.
Find out more about how the role and how to apply