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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.

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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.

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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.

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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