|I’ve included this because of the Comms component but the Fundraising makes it a smidge less scicomm than other jobs. Still, I keep seeing loads of nonsense claims about autism being made (and debunked) – one today is from @b_m_hughes blog which is worth a read http://thesciencebit.net/2012/02/08/how-to-argue-illogically-tonys-ten-top-tips/
Other jobs I’ve posted at this charity include
Head of Fundraising and Communications
http://www.autistica.org.uk/about_autistica/recruitment.php Full time or 4 days a week negotiable
Salary: circa ??40,000 – ??45,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Pro rata for part time.
Autistica is looking for an exceptional individual to join this small but growing charity at a pivotal point in our development. We are the UK???s leading charity working to improve the lives of people with autism spectrum disorders through funding high quality peer reviewed medical research.
This new role is designed to:
As part of a new and dynamic Executive Management Team, working closely with the Chief Executive, the Head of Fundraising and Communications will play a key role in delivering an ambitious agenda of development and actively provide support to 2 full time fundraisers.
This is an exciting time to join the charity against a backdrop of heightened public awareness of the condition and the increasing pace of discovery in the field of autism research. The post holder will have the scope to develop the role and will need excellent communication, networking and management skills.
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Part-time working on a 4 day a week basis will be considered. Autistica is currently relocating to a central London location and it is anticipated the post holder will work from the new offices.
Applications should be made by sending your CV with a detailed covering letter outlining your interest in the position and your suitability for the post, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Interviews are expected to take place the week beginning 5 March.
Closing Date: 24 February 2012