[Closed] British Lung Foundation, Project Mgr – Obstructive Sleep Apnoea, ??28-32k, closed 24 Jan 2011

Oops just missed this one, but I thought the job description was quite interesting for the collection. There’s a bit of science communication within it, but it’s a small part of the whole rather than a main focus.


British Lung Foundation (BLF)
Project Manager ??? Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA)

Salary: ??28-32,000
Location: London

One person in seven in the UK is affected by a lung disease. Whether it’s mild asthma or lung cancer, the British Lung Foundation is here for every one of them. We focus our resources on providing support for people affected by lung disease today; and we work in a variety of ways to bring about positive change, to improve treatment, care and support for people affected by lung disease now and in the future.

The British Lung Foundation is looking for a Project Manager to manage the OSA Project. This includes improving the awareness of OSA and the provision of support services for those affected by OSA. It will involve extending OSA information for patients and healthcare professionals and managing the delivery of awareness campaigns across the UK.

You will need to have proven experience in project and budget management and strong written and verbal communication skills. Ideally you should have managed diverse stakeholder groups before and be able to work closely in partnership with senior figures and influential stakeholders.

This role will involve UK travel and overnight stays.

Download an application pack from the related links section

View the job description

Closing date: Monday 24th January 2011

Interviews: Wednesday 2nd February 2011

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