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Join our team of IQAS assessors!
20 June 2024

IQAS accreditation is a supportive process of evaluating the quality of clinical services against established standards. It promotes improvement through highlighting areas of best practice and areas for change, encouraging the continued development of the clinical service. 

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity for consultants and nurses to join our team of assessors, representing IQAS by assessing allergy services across the UK. We are looking for experienced clinical professionals with a passion for improving care for patients. Your service should be working towards IQAS accreditation and you will receive full training and support in undertaking the role.

About the role
The assessment team is a multidisciplinary group of professionals including consultants, nurses, and lay representatives. The team oversee various aspects of quality based on the IQAS standards including leadership, service user experience, clinical care & performance, etc.

Assessors are the face of the accreditation programme and play a crucial role to promote and champion IQAS standards and high-quality allergy care. Assessors provide a supportive, fair, and comprehensive assessment for services to promote their ongoing improvement. 

Being an assessor is also a great way to further your professional development and gain insights and share learning across numerous UK services.

For more information please refer to our job description here.

Application and appointments process
If you are interested in applying, please complete the 
application form and email it to

Closing date for applications: rolling applications

Successful applicants will be notified by: within 4 weeks of application received


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


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