Our guidance and quality standards are all developed by independent committees. We also have panels of experts and lay members advising on our guidance committees. Apply to join and have an active role in shaping the work of NICE.
How to apply
- Read the role description and information for applicants documents. You'll find these on the advert page.
- Complete these forms:
- Application form - this is on the advert page. Using the person specification, let us know what relevant experience you have, or how you will contribute.
- Equality monitoring form (word doc)
- Declaration of interests form (word doc)
- Send the forms to the email address on the advert by the closing date.
Have a question?
You can speak to someone at NICE to find out more about the role or if you have a question. Look at the advert page to find out who to contact.
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What happens next?
We will take a look at your application and be in touch after the closing date. We will always contact you to let you know the outcome of your application. Each group needs a different mix of experience, so please apply again if you see another group you'd like to join.
- We have a dedicated public involvement team who can help you with joining and being part of a committee. Find out more.
- We have a panel of members of the public, who look at the overarching moral and ethical issues around our work. They provide us with recommendations called social value judgements. Read more about our panel.
- Why do we ask you to declare your interests? Read our policy.
- Why do we ask you to complete an equalities monitoring form? Find out more about our equality policy.
Expenses and benefits
If you join a group, we can pay you for your time and reimburse your expenses.
As the payments are treated as earnings, they are likely to affect your benefits. You will need to speak to your benefits advisor or Jobcentre Plus to discuss your individual circumstances. There are different rules on how many hours you can work and how much you can earn, without your benefits being affected.