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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: Head of External Affairs

Is this you?

We're looking for someone to support our new, more external-facing strategy, improve communication and stakeholder management, and bring together our policy and public affairs function in a more coordinated way. This is a new role with line management responsibility for three staff members, looking after a budget of approximately £50,000. The role also forms a key part of our Heads of Department team, which has responsibility for the operational delivery of many of our key activities.

How to apply: please send a CV and covering letter outlining how you meet the requirements for this role to us by 23:59 on 5 March 2021. Please submit your equality and diversity monitoring form at the same time.

What to read and fill in:

Job description

Equality and diversity monitoring form

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Role: Journal Publishing Assistant

Is this you?

We're looking for someone to provide administrative, editorial and project management support for two medical journals, both of which are published in partnership with Oxford University Press. Day-to-day, the role supports the Journal Development Officer and the Head of Publishing and involves interaction with a wide range of colleagues and stakeholders globally.

How to apply: please send a CV and covering letter outlining how you meet the requirements for this role to us by 23:59 on 22 March 2021. Please submit your equality and diversity monitoring form at the same time.

What to read and fill in:

Job description

Equality and diversity monitoring form

Submit your application