[Job, Bristol] Society for Endocrinology, Professional Affairs Officer (p/t), ??33-35k pro rata, clos 4 Jan 2013

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Society for Endocrinology
Professional Affairs Officer – p/t

Professional Affairs Officer ??? Permanent part-time

Location:???????????? Bristol

Salary: ?????????????? ??33 -??35k pro-rata

Hours:?? ?????????????? 28 pw

The Society for Endocrinology is the major British learned society representing scientists, clinicians and nurses working with hormones. The Society promotes and supports all aspects of endocrinology for the public benefit.

We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated individual to join the Membership and Professional Affairs team as a Professional Affairs Officer to advance and support the work of the Society???s Clinical and Nurse Committees. This post affords an exciting opportunity to be actively involved in the work of the Society; supporting our professional members and advancing understanding of endocrinology.

You will be educated to degree level and possibly post graduate level in a relevant discipline i.e. biosciences, nursing. The ideal candidate will have at least two years experience of working in a similar role providing committee and member support and an understanding of the issues relevant to the medical profession.

For further information/informal discussion about this role, please contact Dr Debbie Willis, Policy and Professional Affairs Manager, debbie.willis@endocrinology.org or phone 01454 642251. The role will report to the Policy and Professional Affairs Manager. Benefits we offer include: flexitime; 26 days holiday, pro-rata; bonus scheme (subject to eligibility); pension contribution of 5%; healthcare plan; Employee Assistance Programme.

To apply for this position, please send a covering letter and CV to Tricia Horner at jobs@endocrinology.org by the closing date of 4 January 2013. Interview dates are 17 and 18 January 2013, so please advise us in your covering letter if you are not available on either of these dates.

Web: http://www.endocrinology.org

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