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This page presents a list of jobs that may be of interest to you. If you are interested in a vacancy below then please use the appropriate link.

GIN Organisational members may advertise their vacancies here free of charge. Non-members may advertise for a fee of £50 GBP / $65 USD per vacancy.

Current Vacancies

 

GIN Membership & Office Manager - NOW CLOSED

A full time position has arisen within the GIN Secretariat due to the impending retirement of one of our core team.  This is an exciting, multi-faceted role for a well organised individual with first class interpersonal, organisational and communication skills.  No two days are the same in the GIN Secretariat and we can guarantee that there are always new challenges and that work is never dull! It will be a full time, permanent, home-based staff role on a UK contract of employment, which will start in January 2021 after the Christmas break. Ideally, the person will be based in the west of Scotland, enabling team meetings to easily take place in the future.

Responsible for the smooth running of the virtual GIN Office, previous experience of managing a busy, remote office and supporting senior staff is crucial, as are the person’s data management skills and attention to detail. A real “people person”, this is the first point of contact for members and potential members, so a friendly, welcoming persona is essential. This role is responsible for the member journey, from application to invoicing to providing ongoing support with the GIN systems and processes.

This role will directly support the CEO, and will support Board and committee meetings from organisation through to accurate minute taking, including the twice-yearly longer in-person meetings, when they are possible.  This requires a high level of attention to detail.  When conferences take place again, the membership manager is required to attend the conference and manage the GIN membership booth.

We are seeking candidates who are able to demonstrate success and flexibility in a similar, remote role.  They are likely to be native English speakers and have a formal qualification in Business Management.  A minimum level of Higher English is an absolute pre-requisite.  A recognised CILIP qualification would be advantageous.

For full details of the role, please click here to download the job description.

To apply for the role, email: Jobs@g-i-n.net to register your interest and get an application form.  Interviews will take place in December and the role will commence in January, when a handover period is planned.

 

 

European Society of Cardiology - Guidelines Team Manager

The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) is a volunteer-led, not-for-profit, medical society. It is an independent, non-governmental organisation.

The ESC’s members and decision-makers are healthcare professionals. They give their time and expertise freely, while continuing their daily, high-paced clinical and/or research work. ESC volunteers are world renowned experts. Their opinions are routinely sought and their papers regularly published and referenced.

The ESC is a source of high quality, evidence-based science that pushes the boundaries of cardiovascular.

The ESC coordinates observational registries, creates clinical practice guidelines and organises and endorses educational programmes. We disseminate robust and independent science through our congresses, journals and educational digital tools, such as mobile apps and our website. We’re the voice of the cardiology community when advocating for heart-health policies, regulations and funding. All of these things enable us to:

• Identify cardiovascular trends

• Address inequalities

• Share best practices to improve standards of care for patients

• Provide high quality, evidence-based science

Full details on the role, including how to apply, can be found here.

Discover more about the ESC: https://www.escardio.org/

 

 

The American College of Rheumatology

The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) has an exciting job opportunity available in its Quality department, on the guideline team.  The ACR seeks applicants with significant writing experience and expertise in developing, disseminating and implementing clinical practice guidelines, to coordinate and oversee all activities related to dissemination and implementation of ACR guidelines.  A more detailed job description can be found here.  Click here for more information about the ACR, or to submit an application.

 

Page last updated: Nov 28, 2020
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