The post holder will also be working closely with the facilitators in allergy centres who run allergy training days for trainees (4 per year) ensuring the training day programmes are received in a timely manner added to the website and publicised to trainees. The post holder will be responsible for providing all pre and post training administration of each training day.
The post holder will work closely with the Chair of the Primary Care Committee on the delivery of the primary care strategy by actively implementing agreed actions from the committee meetings to increase awareness of BSACI and its work to GP's and primary care teams across the UK. The post holder will also be responsible for arranging meetings, preparing agendas, drafting minutes and following up on all relevant actions from each meeting.
One of the key aspects of the post is to update the Society website, by maintaining contact with the various BSACI stakeholders providing input on the website & ensuring the website content is relevant, up to date and constantly provides a high level of resource to those who work or have an interest in allergic conditions.
The successful well organised candidate will have experience of administration and possess website management skills & be able to work flexibly on a variety of projects in a team of four. The post holder must have good all round communication and interpersonal skills and be an enthusiastic self-starter who is able to work on their own initiative.
To apply for the position, please click on the Job Description and Person Specification below.
Job Description Person Specification
Interested applications should send their CV with a covering letter by email to Fiona@bsaci.org
For more information and an informal discussion about the post, please email Fiona@bsaci.org
Closing date: 5pm on Thursday 9th July, 2015
Interviews: Monday 20th July, 2015, Battersea, London