Royal College of Pathologists
Full time, 35 hours per week
£29,768 per annum
We are looking for an experienced Events Coordinator to deliver academic and professional development events for medical professionals.
The Events Coordinator is responsible for planning and delivering events from start to finish, working closely with a lead pathologist responsible for each event. The role involves:
- event planning, administration and delivery
- delegate booking and registration
- support for speakers
- sourcing and managing suppliers
- event promotion
- budget management
- event evaluation.
The successful candidate will be an experienced events coordinator, with a successful track record of delivering events, conferences and meetings, providing high quality customer service, and have a positive approach to problem solving. The role will involve some travel to events across the UK.
Benefits include 25 days annual leave per annum plus bank holidays, rising with length of service, a defined benefit company pension scheme, and an employee discount scheme.
The Royal College of Pathologists is a professional membership organisation with over 11,000 members who are doctors and scientists working in hospitals, universities and laboratories in the UK and overseas. Pathology is at the heart of modern healthcare. Pathologists work to prevent, diagnose, treat and monitor diseases and are involved in the diagnosis of disorders affecting every organ of the body, from before birth to after death. The majority of tests requested by doctors will be performed and interpreted by a clinical scientist or medically qualified pathologist.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 4 February 2019.
Interviews are scheduled for Tuesday 12 February.
The College values diversity and welcomes applications from all members of society.
For further information and to apply for the role, please download the information pack, and return your completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Application form is on the website but I’ve not saved a copy of it – Jo]