Medical Tribunal Members
Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service
Turn your medical expertise to some of the most important questions in UK medicine.
The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) is the tribunal service for doctors in the UK. Our tribunals make independent decisions about whether doctors are fit to practise medicine. We are a statutory committee of the General Medical Council (GMC) operating separately from the investigatory role of the GMC and we are accountable to the Council of the GMC and the UK Parliament.
Tribunals are made up of medical and lay (ie non-medical) tribunal members. As a Medical Tribunal Member you will be a registered with the GMC and hold a licence to practise.
You will demonstrate integrity, sound judgement and strong analytical skills, which you will apply when making impartial and unbiased decisions that affect the lives of doctors and help protect the public.
The time commitment is a minimum of 20 days each calendar year and a daily fee of £310 is payable (or up to £600 for GPs to cover locum costs), plus reasonable expenses.
We particularly welcome applications from people from a range of backgrounds, including BME, women, people under the age of 45 and people with disabilities.
To discover more and apply, please click the apply button. Closing date for receipt of applications: Midnight on Friday 25 January 2019.