This is an exciting opportunity for a talented and ambitious training professional to join our team at the British Society for Immunology and establish a brand new training offer!
Driven by our values and behaviours, the British Society for Immunology is a high performing, forward thinking and solution focussed organisation. We value teamwork and actively seek other opinions to ensure we can deliver to the highest standard as well as commit to reflecting upon our work to ensure a continual improvement culture. We welcome applications from individuals who are inspired by our values and behaviours.
We are looking to recruit a motivated and talented individual with strong project management skills to lead the delivery of the new training function within the BSI. Reporting directly to the CEO, in collaboration with the wider BSI team, you will be responsible for implementing new training courses by working with BSI members to develop content and curricula, utilising several different platforms from face-to-face to remote learning, as well as leading the set up and supporting marketing of the courses to relevant sectors.
You will be responsible for engaging with a wide range of stakeholders to also help identify training needs and opportunities that the BSI can meet. This will include opportunities in several sectors including clinical, scientific and public/patient focused. Using your strong commercial acumen you will also be critical in the development and growth of this new training function to generate significant new income for the BSI.
This is role is for 4-5 days a week for a period of 12 months (in the first instance). We offer a hybrid working model, with most time spent working from home with an office space in Holborn available two days a week.
The BSI is committed to achieving a fair and equal working environment, accessible to all and free from discrimination regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, socio-economic background, and any of the other infinite factors that distinguish individuals from one another. We encourage applications from all sections of the community and seek to promote the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion through our organisational values and behaviours.
We are all too aware that imposter syndrome and the confidence gap can sometimes stop fantastic candidates putting themselves forward, so please do apply – we’d love to hear from you.
If you are interested in applying for this role, please read the full job description below and send your CV and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon (GMT), Friday 25 November. Interviews will be held on Thursday 1 December.