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Become a partner

Partners work as agents of the HCPC. They provide the expertise the HCPC needs for its decision making, and ensure that we have good professional, and lay (public) input into what we do.

The broad term "partners" includes a variety of different roles that can be filled by people with different experience and qualifications, from members of the public to qualified lawyers and solicitors and health professionals on the HCPC register.

On this page you can find details of any partners positions that we are currently advertising for, along with information about the role, and how to apply.

For further information about partner roles please see our dedicated partner section here.



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Partner - Visitor
HR - Partners
Please see role brief for further information 29/09/2017
Partner - Panel members
HR - Partners
Please see role brief for further information 29/09/2017
Partner - Panel Member
HR - Partners
Please see role brief for information 24/09/2017
Partner - Registration Appeals Panel Member
HR - Partners
Please see role brief for further information 24/09/2017
Partner - Visitor
HR - Partners
Please see role brief for further information 24/09/2017
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