[Job] Diabetes UK vacancy, Science Information Officer (pt time), ??22.5k pro rata, clos 7 May, #scicomm jobs

A vacancy where I work 🙂

You would actually be working with me (this is my job!) but for the fact that I have another job elsewhere on the days that are currently free…

Job Description attached with further info below but download the application (and guide to filling it in) from the link given.

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Diabetes UK
Science Information Officer (part time)
http://www.diabetes.org.uk/About_us/Jobs/Science-Information-Officer-Part-Time/

Job Tenure: Permanent, two days a week (Wednesday and Thursday)
Location: Central Office, Camden
Salary: Circa ??22,500 per annum pro rata
Application closing date: Friday, 07 May 2010 (5pm)
Interview dates: 19 and 20 May 2010

Diabetes is one of the largest health challenges facing the UK today. Diabetes UK is the country???s largest charity devoted to the care and treatment of people with diabetes, and improving their quality of life.

You will help provide a high quality information service on all aspects of diabetes, promoting good information management across the organisation and ensuring that the information used by Diabetes UK is current, accurate, evidence-based and as comprehensive as possible.

With a postgraduate qualification in Library or Information Science, or proven background of working in a biomedical, healthcare library or information service, you will be able to research, critically appraise, analyse and draw conclusions from complex information, tailoring your approach in order to communicate this effectively.

As well as a high level of IT skills, we expect good attention to detail, with a thorough and systematic approach to tasks, as well as the ability to establish effective working relationships with both internal and external colleagues.

To apply please complete our downloadable application form and return via email to recruitment@diabetes.org.uk . Or send via post to Human Resources, 10 Parkway, NW1 7AA. Please ensure you address the essential criteria in your application???s supporting statement.

Diabetes UK recognises and respects the value and diversity of all.

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