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Overview

British Society for Rheumatology is committed to encouraging inclusion, equality and diversity in our workforce. Want to work with us? Take a look at our job vacancies.

We're an Investors in People-accredited organisation, committed to the continuous professional development of our employees.

Rewards and benefits

As well as a competitive salary, we offer a contributory pension scheme, generous leave entitlement including the opportunity to buy and sell leave, flexible working, BUPA cash plan and employee assistance programme, season ticket loans, access to a cycle scheme, life cover and much more.

Learning and development

All staff have access to our in-house learning and development programme, along with funding to improve their skills and knowledge in their current role and for their future career path.

UK Tier 2 Sponsorship Licence

We hold a Tier 2 sponsorship licence. This provides us with the opportunity to extend our invitation for job applications to skilled workers from outside the EEA (European Economic Area) and Switzerland for long-term employment.

Vacancies

If you'd like to apply for any of our available roles, please follow the instructions and get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you.

Role: Finance and HR Officer

Is this you?

You'll support the finance and human resources team in the effective running of those functions, to meet the expectations and needs of our staff and members. You must process all financial transactions in accordance with society procedures and processes and manage personal HR data in line with data protection regulations.

You'll be methodical, numerate and well-organised. You can communicate well at all levels in a formal setting and one-on-one; you can easily adapt to changing needs, adhere to strict deadlines and work well under pressure. You'll have strong communication skills, a professional and positive approach to work, be committed to professional and personal development, and have a collaborative work ethic and ability to engage positively with colleagues and stakeholders.

What next?

  1. Read the job description and person specification

  2. Fill in our equality, diversity and inclusion monitoring form

  3. Send us a detailed covering letter, explaining how you meet the essential criteria outlined in the person specification, as well as a CV, by 12:00 on Friday 9 July.

Submit application

Due to the large volume of applications expected, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful candidates; all shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Role: Clinical Guideline Development Manager

Is this you?

We're looking for someone to work closely with clinicians, ensuring our guidelines continue to meet the standards for NICE accreditation, and are widely publicised amongst and used by the rheumatology community.

You'll support clinicians on Standards, Audit and Guidelines Working Group (SAGWG) and oversee full guideline development, dissemination and implementation. You'll build and maintain great working relationships with group members and support excellent consultation processes, ensuring engagement with a wide and representative group of stakeholders.

Clinical guidelines sits within the Practice & Quality directorate and forms a vital part of our work to foster excellence in all aspects of rheumatology. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to extend their previous experience of research and guideline development to lead the development of a high profile and vital output from BSR.

What next?

  1. Read the job description and person specification

  2. Fill in our equality, diversity and inclusion monitoring form

  3. Send us a detailed covering letter, explaining how you meet the essential criteria outlined in the person specification, as well as a CV, by 23:59 on Sunday 11 July 2021.

Submit application

Due to the large volume of applications expected, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful candidates; all shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Role: Front of House and Facilities Coordinator

Is this you?

You'll be the first point of contact for all visitors to Bride House and are crucial to conveying the professional approach, brand and reputation of the society. Your primary duties are to coordinate the smooth running of the building and provide support to the operations department.

You'll have a positive and professional approach, can manage your own workload and conflicting demands, have good organisation and planning skills and can understand and follow instructions. You'll also have excellent oral and written communication skills, excellent client care and customer service skills, a collaborative work ethic and the ability to engage positively with colleagues and stakeholders.

What next?

  1. Read the job description and person specification

  2. Fill in our equality, diversity and inclusion monitoring form

  3. Send us a detailed covering letter, explaining how you meet the essential criteria outlined in the person specification, as well as a CV, by 12:00 on Friday 16 July.

Submit application

Due to the large volume of applications expected, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful candidates; all shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Role: Head of Quality Improvement

Is this you?

We're looking for a dynamic and self-motivated individual to join us as Head of Quality Improvement. This is an exciting time to join us to nurture and develop our existing work programmes and to implement a new QI strategy through your ideas and expertise.

Working closely with members and colleagues, you'll be a key driver in meeting our aim to foster excellence in rheumatology.

You'll be a leader and manager with a passion for improving patient care, with experience in leading quality improvement projects and/or clinical audit and accreditation programmes

You'll be an excellent communicator and somebody who proactively builds relationships to improve the impact of their project, adaptable, open to innovation and change but also an active driver of development.

What next?

  1. Read the job description and person specification

  2. Fill in our equality, diversity and inclusion monitoring form

  3. Send us a detailed covering letter, explaining how you meet the essential criteria outlined in the person specification, as well as a CV, by 23:59 on Monday 19 July 2021.

Submit application

Due to the large volume of applications expected, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful candidates; all shortlisted candidates will be contacted