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Want to become an IQILS nurse assessor?
7 December 2021

We are currently seeking to expand our team of assessors and are particularly keen to recruit nurses. 

If you are interested in being an assessor for the IQILS programme, please read our job description to learn more about the role.

Why become an assessor?

Assessors are the face of the accreditation programme and play a crucial role in ensuring the IQILS standards are met in order for services to gain accreditation. Becoming an assessor is a great way to further professional development and represent the IQILS programme and the Royal College of Physicians.

How do I become an assessor?

Successful applicants will undergo a detailed training programme that equips them with the necessary skills and knowledge required to undertake the role. You will be invited to remote training sessions as well as observe an assessment and receive support from the office team.

What qualifications do I need? 

We are currently seeking to recruit nurse assessors. To become a nurse assessor you will need to be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, have at least three years' experience at senior nurse level in your specialty or demonstrate experience in other roles supporting hepatology. Holding an appropriate qualification in your specialty is also preferable.

How do I apply?

If you are interested in becoming an assessor, please complete our application form and email it to


We encourage applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, transgender status, religion or belief, martial status or pregnancy and maternity.

If you had any queries and would like to speak to a member of the team, please email us at

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