Panel member recruitment
Become a panel member or a regulatory assessor for ACCA.
Panel members serve on our disciplinary and regulatory committees, ensuring that we have the relevant professional and lay input into our decision making.
From 1 April ACCA will commence recruitment for a number of roles:
- Accountant (non-lay) panel members;
- Regulatory Assessors (accountants with audit expertise);
- Lay panel members;
- Chairs (legal, lay and non-lay).
The specific application forms and role and responsibilities documents are available to download on the relevant pages, with the guidance and key information for all roles on a seperate page.
All completed monitoring forms will be anonymous and kept entirely separate from your application form. It will be used to help us monitor our equality and diversity.
What does being a panel member involve?
The role of the panel member is integral to supporting ACCA in maintaining high standards of practice and professional conduct through making appropriate decisions at hearings.
Regulatory assessors exercise certain delegated powers and typically do not operate as part of a committee.
If you are interested in serving on our committees, or as a regulatory assessor, and feel that you have the relevant skills and experience we would be delighted to hear from you. ACCA values the independence and expertise of panel members from a diverse range of backgrounds.
Successful applicants will join ACCA’s panel of regulatory and disciplinary committee members, and will serve on committees making independent decisions in the public interest.
To find out more about what it means to be a member of the Panel please see the Q&As from current panel members.
Please submit all relevant documentation by email to:
All applications must be received by the closing date of Friday 26 April, 12 noon (GMT).
Applications will be acknowledged within five days of receipt. Unfortunately we will not be able to accept late applications.
Should you be invited to attend an interview then we will be in contact in the week commencing 3 June 2019 and interviews are expected to take place between 17 June and 5 July 2019.
Those invited to interview will be expected to undertake a case study as part of the interview process.
- Opening date for applications: 1 April 2019
- Closing date for applications: 26 April 2019 (12 noon GMT)
- Interviews: 17 June - 5 July 2019
- Induction process (for successful candidates): September (date to be confirmed).
Contact the Standards team
Telephone: 0207 059 5925.
Closing date for applications
Friday 26 April (12 noon GMT)