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FFLM Salaried Positions

There are currently no vacant salaried positions.

Voluntary positions

There are many opportunities to contribute to your Faculty.  If you are interested in serving as a Senior Officer or participating on one of the FFLM committees, representing the FFLM at external committees and working groups or reviewing e-learning modules, this is the page to find something to match your skills.


A Day In The Life

What does a typical ‘day in the life’ of look like for our members working in forensic and legal medicine? We want to hear from you!

We’re planning to post a series of member accounts on our website to give a flavour of what it’s like to work in this field.

We want to hear from all our members so this includes:

  • Healthcare professionals (doctors, nurses and paramedics) in custody;
  • Nurses and doctors working in sexual assault referral centres;
  • Medico-legal advisors;
  • Dento-legal advisors;
  • Medically qualified coroners;
  • Forensic pathologists;
  • Doctors and nurses working as advisors for the DVLA;
  • Clinicians working in Secure and Detained settings;
  • Medical examiners;
  • Forensic psychiatrists;
  • Forensic odontologists;
  • Medical Reviewers (Scotland);
  • Court-appointed, medically qualified members of a Tribunal.

If you’d like to help, please let our Registrar know at


CPD Reviewers

We’re looking for volunteers to assist with assessing applications for CPD approval for courses. CPD reviewers will be required to assess submissions against the FFLM Quality Standards.

If you are interested and would like more information please email 

Senior FFLM Roles

Our vacant Senior FFLM positions are an ideal opportunity to support the FFLM and guide the future direction of forensic and legal medicine. We are looking to appoint:

You can take a look at the Job Description for each role by clicking on the above links.

To apply, applicants should submit a brief CV (maximum two A4 pages), indicating where they meet the requirements outlined in the Job Description, along with a covering letter (one A4 page) indicating why they want to apply for the role and a summary of what they would bring to the role.

Applications should be submitted to by Monday 22 April.

Senior Officers/Vice-Presidents

No vacancies at present

Board & Committees

Training and Education (TED) Subcommittee Vacancies 

Applications are invited for additional members of our TED Subcommittee. We are looking for a:

  1. A Nurse Member currently practising in General Forensic Medicine and/or Sexual Offence Medicine; and
  2. A Paramedic Member currently practising in General Forensic Medicine.

Applicants must come from the current membership (Associate, Affiliate, Licentiate, Member, Fellow) of the FFLM and must be in good standing.

The aims of the TED subcommittee are:

  • To develop a training programme across the breadth of the membership;
  • To review and reflect on feedback from educational meetings.

The committee is chaired by the Vice-President of Forensic Medicine and reports to the Academic Committee. Representatives will serve a term of three years which may be extended by a further two years.

To apply, please email outlining your interest and suitability for the post, along with a brief, up-to-date curriculum vitae (CV). Applications will be considered by the Academic Dean and senior colleagues and their decision is final.

Other opportunities


We are looking to expand our examinations team. So if you are one of our members and would like to volunteer to become one of our esteemed examiners, please contact us at

External Positions

We advertise external jobs in forensic and legal medicine, for a fee per week.

Please complete the invoice request form along with the External post advertisement form.

Kindly note that our advertising a post on our website and in the bulletin does not mean the FFLM endorses it. Moreover, we reserve the right to refuse to publish any jobs which are in breach of our recommendations.

£100 per week for Commercial (for profit) organisations
£50 per week for Charities

External Courses
We advertise the following companies’ events free of charge on the FFLM events webpage, as they reciprocate and advertise FFLM events free of charge:
• Royal College of Emergency Medicine
• UK Association of Forensic Nurses and Paramedics
• Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
• St Mary’s Centre
• Royal Society of Medicine
• Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia

Relevant publications which may be of interest to members may be highlighted on the Faculty website, in bulletins and other communications. This is not considered to be advertising for the purpose of this policy

Courses that are CPD accredited by FFLM, are added to the events page as per the request of the providing organisation.

We do not add external courses to our weekly bulletin.