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Below are our latest job vacancies at FSRH.
Education Development Officer vacancy
35 hours per week / £26,008 - £29,183 pa + benefits
Do you have the passion, experience and drive to become our Education Development Officer?
Do you believe that high quality healthcare provision is a fundamental right? Find out more about our role below and apply by 10am on Monday, 4 October.
We are the largest UK professional membership organisation working at the heart of sexual and reproductive health, supporting healthcare professionals to deliver high quality care. We believe that access to quality sexual and reproductive healthcare is a fundamental right. This is why we are working together with our members and partners to shape better sexual and reproductive health for all. Our strategy sets our priorities until 2025.
What we're looking for
We are looking to recruit a new team member to join our small but very busy and dynamic Education & Training Team. It’s an exciting time to join us as we are improving our educational design, digital transformation and customer service to ensure future sustainability and success.
Passionate about developing and delivering quality educational products and qualifications you’ll be a highly motivated and organised individual with the skill and desire to drive our products and services forward.
With a background in education and training / learning and development you must be able to take the initiative and offer solutions to support the delivery and administration of our portfolio to existing and new emerging markets.
To support our digital transformation plan, you need to be experienced in designing and building content on digital learning platforms and websites as well as face to face delivered syllabi. Working collaboratively with a range of stakeholders (including clinical working groups, committees, trustees and officers) you’ll also have a proactive attitude, be self-managing and able to deliver to demanding time frames.
What we can offer
In return we can offer you a supportive and forward-thinking environment that believes an investment in staff is a direct investment in the quality of care provided by our membership. This role could be your first in the third sector or providing you a key development stage in your educational and learning career.
While our central office is in London we are keen to invite applications from across the UK as the role can be mainly based at home (with regular travel to London) and flexible working options can be explored.
How to apply
Please send a tailored CV and covering letter of up to two sides to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10am on Monday, 4 October. Interviews are scheduled for week commencing 11 October via Zoom.
No agencies please.