|Interestingly this exact same job was posted a couple of months ago – that one closed on the 25 June 2010, posted on 11th.
Might be instructive to see how the job descriptions vary. I’ve not looked at them but note that the file version (date) has changed, of course it could simply be that someone just checked the file and stamped it with a more recent date.
Knowledge & Information Delivery Manager (Tower Hill, London)
Closing Date: 15 Oct 2010
Salary: ??41,715 per annum
Hours: 35 per week
Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading support services and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. We are committed to providing high quality information and advice, to enhance people’s understanding of dementia and help them make informed choices about care.
The Knowledge & Information Delivery Manager leads on knowledge generation, ensuring Society information on dementia is evidenced and of high quality. This is a new post, created to take forward our development plans that includes achieving Information Standard accreditation.
You will manage the Society’s information officers and Dementia Knowledge Centre, ensuring they contribute fully to generating and sharing knowledge of dementia among staff, volunteers, health and social professionals and people affected by dementia. The postholder is also responsible for taking forward the strategic development of knowledge-net, the Society’s new online encyclopedia of dementia.
You will have a higher degree and strong research skills, coupled with extensive management and experience of producing health and social information for the public. This includes demonstrable understanding of the grading of evidence, peer review and service user involvement. Excellent written and spoken English skills are required for this role. Self-motivated, strategic and a good team player, you must have a real commitment to producing and delivering high quality information.
Interviews: Wednesday 27 October 2010
Please download an Application Form and Information Pack below (see link above, Info pack attached, Jo).