The FPH Policy & Communications Department is delighted to offer our registrars the chance to tick off some of their learning outcomes by joining our two national influencing campaigns on Brexit and Public Health Funding. If you have a passion for campaigning for change, an interest in learning how to influence, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment then you should consider joining our team!

We offer part-time opportunities (up to 3 days p/w) on a rolling basis and are eager to design projects that will complement your training, allow you to develop professionally, and provide you with experience of national advocacy work. Additionally, some of our Special Interest Groups periodically seek out registrar support for discrete projects. All projects offer registrars the chance to work remotely, so are suitable for trainees in any deanery. 

If you are interested in learning more about these opportunities and how you could get involved as part of your training please email

Current vacancies:

Public Health Funding campaign - Green Paper Project

We are currently recruiting for 2-3 registrars to support our Public Health Funding campaign's new Prevention Green Paper project. Next year will be a seminal moment for the public's health; there will be a Prevention Green Paper published in the first half of 2019 which will provide a once-in-a generation opportunity for the public health community to advocate for ill-health prevention that works for future genarations. For details of the role and how to apply, click here. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis, with the final deadline on 07 January at 5pm.

Comms placement:

We currently are looking for two registrars to support our Senior Media & Comms Officer in delivering impactful, strategic-led comms. For details of this vacancy and how to apply, click here