Scientific Development Officer - Medical Charity

Posted 20 July by Henry Nicholas Associates Easy Apply
An inspirational not-for-profit organisation is looking for a Scientific Development Officer to work with medical societies and committees, helping them to achieve their educational and scientific aims. 

This role has an international reach so travel is required 3 or 4 times a year for a few days at a time. 

The successful Scientific Development Officer will work flexi-time hours - a fantastic facet of a comprehensive package.

The experience we need.

- Life sciences qualifications would be a big plus.  If not, an academic or analytical degree (or higher) would be advantageous
- Excellent networking and interpersonal skills with an analytical mind
- Experience of association management within the learned society sector would be a huge help in this role
- Experience managing activities within an Associations environment would be beneficial
- Experience of the biomedical industry would be fantastic
- Experience of charity governance would be advantageous.

The role.

As the successful Scientific Development Officer, you'll help medical societies and committees achieve their educational and scientific aims by:

- Organising and managing the committee meetings
- Helping to develop initiatives alongside other medical societies
- Making sure working groups are structured and accountable
- Ensuring international, high-level training courses run smoothly
- Assisting in the provision of grants by reviewing them and making sure they're fit for purpose.

The company.

This is a global not-for-profit organisation that have a real impact on society. 

What you’ll get in return.

You'll get a salary of £28-29k dependent on experience with flexi-time working, fantastic holiday, pension and other great benefits.

How to apply.

If this sounds of interest, then please click the apply button right away!

For more info on this or similar roles please give Andy at Henry Nicholas a call.

Reference: 35681071

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