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Major Donor Relationship Manager

  • £30000 - £32500 per annum Home based, part time

Hunter Merrifield are thrilled to partner with Young Epilepsy to find a Major Donor Relationship Manager to be responsible for supporting and implementing a successful programme of Major Donor fundraising and engagement. This will include securing Major Donor & Mid Value support for all areas of their work.

Job Title: Major Donor Relationship Manager
Organisation: Young Epilepsy
Salary: £30,000 (4 days a week)
Contract: Permanent, Part time (3-4 days a week)
Location: Home based (Commutable to London/Surrey on an ad hoc basis)
Closing date: Monday 22nd August 2022
Required: CV and Cover Letter

Young Epilepsy is dedicated to standing up for children and young people with epilepsy. They listen to and work with them so they can fulfil their potential. They coordinate research that improves diagnosis and treatments. They campaign for children's rights. Furthermore, they support young people in school and college and provide innovative tools, information, and practical help for living everyday life.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To approach, qualify, and cultivate potential high-value donors, engaging them with Young Epilepsy's purpose and strategy
  • To convert those prospects at a giving level of £5K - £100K, working across the fundraising portfolio to link the donor with the right project or focus for their giving.
  • To produce compelling and engaging proposals - in person, over video calls, and in writing.
  • To provide outstanding stewardship to all donors: working with our senior leadership and operational staff to offer unique thanking opportunities.
  • To work closely with internal stakeholders to identify new prospective donors and to build cultivation plans for those relationships.
  • To support the development and delivery of the Philanthropy team's cultivation and stewardship event programme


Person Specification:

  • Recent and proven success of fundraising with high-net-worth individuals within a third sector organisation
  • Experience in personal relationship management and 121 stewardship of individuals
  • Experience of successfully delivering against financial targets within specified deadlines
  • Experience running events for VIPs and HNW Individuals, with a focus on excellent service, creating a first-class experience and meeting donor needs
  • Knowledge and skill in proactive networking and relationship building
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written, in English) and relationship building skills
  • Personable, professional and approachable presentation style and appearance


This role is perfect for someone looking to take on more responsibility in a management level role with a fantastic charity. Furthermore, we would be keen to hear from people with senior experience who are looking for flexibility in a role where their experience could have a hugely positive impact.

To find out more and to apply, please contact Stuart Milliner at Hunter Merrifield.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Fundraising Lead

  • Up to £30000 per annum Part time and Full time offered

Hunter Merrifield are thrilled to partner with the British Deaf Association to find a new Fundraising Lead to ensure that the fundraising income grows, in particular from Trusts and Foundations, whilst ensuring a sustainable future for the organisation. Working with the CEO, the post-holder will develop strategic, multi-year partnerships with donors, and will ensure that we deepen relationships with existing donors and proactively engage new supporters.

Job Title: Fundraising Lead
Organisation: British Deaf Association
Salary: £30,000
Contract: Permanent (Full-time/Part-time considered)
Location: London, Derby, Glasgow, Belfast, Cardiff (1-2 days in office)
Closing Date: Monday 22nd August 2022
Required: CV and Cover Letter

British Deaf Association (BDA) is a national Deaf-led organisation that works directly with Deaf people that use British Sign Language (BSL). Their work concentrates on campaigning for equal rights on a national level and working at a local level empowering Deaf people to achieve access to their local public services.

Not only are we looking for an experienced Trusts fundraiser, we are looking for someone who believes in what the BDA stands for, and who understands how Deaf people's lived experiences around inequality, injustice and marginalisation are central to developing our strategies, campaigns and services.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To set and monitor income and expenditure budgets and KPIs in line with the fundraising strategy
  • To identify, research and approach new Trusts and Foundations whose strategic objectives and focus are aligned with that of the BDA.
  • To manage and implement a programme of proposals to Trusts and Foundations, Lottery and Statutory sources that are aligned with BDA's funding priorities with the aim of securing large multi-year gifts.
  • To lead on the relationship management of all Donors, Grants, Trusts and Foundations including the development and implementation of tailored cultivation and stewardship plans to inspire and engage all new and current Trusts and Foundations
  • To produce high quality, evidence-based, reports for all funders including the effective monitoring and evaluation of our grants


Person Specification:

  • In-depth experience of fundraising, particularly from Trusts and Foundations, with knowledge of best practise fundraising techniques.
  • Experience in identifying and researching Trusts and Foundations that have the potential to support a specific cause.
  • Experience of building excellent relationships with Trusts and Foundations, producing cultivation and stewardship plans for new and existing supporters respectively.
  • Experience of working with Trustees and Management Teams to explore networks to help with new approaches.
  • Excellent track record in the successful development of Trust and Foundation proposals securing significant income.


We really encourage those to apply who understands that Deaf people's lived experiences around inequality, injustice and marginalisation are central to how they develop strategy, campaigns and improve services.

To find out more and to apply for the role, please contact Stuart Milliner at Hunter Merrifield.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Philanthropy Executive

  • £23500 - £30300 per annum Free underground and more

Hunter Merrifield are pleased to partner with London Transport Museum to find a new Philanthropy Executive to be responsible for supporting the delivery of London Transport Museum's philanthropy programme, supporting legacy and high value giving, the Patrons Circle, cultivation and stewardship events.

Job Title: Philanthropy Executive
Organisation: London Transport Museum
Salary: £23,500 - £30,300 per annum
Contract: Permanent, Full time
Location: London 1-2 days a week in the office
Closing date: Tuesday 16th August 2022
Required: CV and Cover Letter
Benefits: Free Underground travel, 75% off national rail tickets, flexible working, fantastic working environment.

London Transport Museum explore the powerful link between transport and the growth of London, its culture and society since 1800. By sharing this story of innovation, ingenuity, creativity and design, we ignite curiosity about the world around us and how to shape its future.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Working with colleagues and volunteers, identify, research and manage a pipeline of prospects and donors, conducting preliminary research and understanding motivations for giving. Create tailored cultivation and stewardship plans for prospects and donors, developing and maintaining relationships through phone calls, meetings and events.
  • Support the development of campaign tools to support fundraising including business cases, proposals, presentations and digital content
  • Support the strategy for growing Legacy Giving at London Transport Museum, supporting the Philanthropy Manager to administer legacies and bequests made to London Transport Museum, adhering to best practice at all times
  • Deliver the Museum's Patrons Circle programme, managing the organisation, administration and delivery of the Patrons events programme, supporting the delivery of other Development team events as required
  • Manage low level giving initiatives at the Museum, Depot and across digital platforms including contactless giving, payroll giving and appeals


Person specification:

  • Confident relationship builder able to build personal and organisational relationships at all levels
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent donor management skills
  • Excellent administrative, planning and organisational skills
  • Computer literate with a good working knowledge of MS Office products
  • Knowledge of high value and/or legacy giving fundraising principles, cultivation and stewardship processes
  • Knowledge of fundraising strategy and practice


This is a fantastic role for someone who wants to play a pivotal role with a great organisation. This fundraising role will offer you development and progression and a solid foundation for a fundraising career.

To find out more and to apply, please contact Ellen Lamer at Hunter Merrifield.

Along with London Transport Museum, we want to practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Head of Community and Events

  • £40000 - £44000 per annum

Hunter Merrifield are delighted to be working with a fantastic children's hospice in their search to find a new ambitious Head of Community and Events who wants to build a successful strategy and deliver results. Our client provides palliative care to children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions across London, supporting the entire family throughout the process helping them to choose when, where and how they receive the care.

Job Title: Head of Community and Events
Salary: Up to £44,000
Contract: Permanent, Full Time
Location: Hybrid working
Required: CV and Cover Letter
Closing Date: Rolling Basis

Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement a community and events strategy strategy to increase income in this area
  • Develop tailored strategies and engagement plans for all areas of the local community
  • Create, write and review propositions around our strategic priorities that win support from the local community
  • Ensure that supporters have an outstanding experience of being involved as a supporter of Richard House
  • Manage and lead the Community Manager and, working with them, achieve the successful implementation of this income stream, working strategically to develop funding opportunities
  • Manage high level and strategically important community income partnerships
  • Responsible for budgeting and target setting for the community and events income streams, and producing regular reports on performance against these targets


Person Specification

  • Somebody with demonstrable experience of leading a team and managing, motivating and developing individuals to work to best of their ability
  • Demonstrable evidence in planning and executing community and event strategy
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Experience of delivering results to agreed objectives, targets and timescales
  • Experience of developing income and expenditure budgets, and reporting on performance against these measures
  • An understanding of the importance of social media to engage new audiences and promote events

This is such an exciting opportunity to support and build on the existing success and further develop the community reach and events portfolio. The role will either suit somebody with a similar background looking for a new challenge, or for somebody with a strong community background looking to take a step up.

To find out more about the role or to apply, please contact Ellen Lamer at Hunter Merrifield.

Along with the charity we want to practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Executive Assistant

  • £30000 - £36000 per annum

Great opportunity for an experience EA to work within a Professional Medical Body supporting the Director of Education by establishing and maintaining effective procedures and supporting the varied department activities and projects. Managing delivery of processes and projects as required.
Main Responsibilities
Responsibilities will include:

  • Diary management, ensuring the effective utilisation of time available
  • Arranging meetings which ensure the 'best fit' with all diaries and inform participants of arrangements made
  • Administer Directorate budgets as required - processing invoices and receipts and reconciling team credit card statements
  • Receiving and screening telephone calls, taking and passing on full and accurate messages
  • Handling correspondence (post and e-mails) and calls, responding directly to enquiries where appropriate ensuring that these contain high standards of spelling, grammar and presentation
  • Booking travel and accommodation ensuring that the best rates are negotiated and that all arrangements are confirmed and appropriate information is forwarded to the correct person
  • College Fellowship application management
  • Ensure application process is followed
  • Maintain panel
  • Facilitate decision making and feedback to the applicant

Education and Standards Committee secretariat

  • Scheduling meetings and ensuring that papers, agenda and minutes are prepared and disseminated in a timely way, following up actions where necessary
  • Assisting in preparation of papers and presentations for this (and other College Committee) meetings

Coordination of Education team processes

  • Administrative oversight of panel membership, coordinating meeting scheduling, panel member recruitment and expiry across the department
  • Support for delivery of processes at peak times; including production and redaction of panel and other documentation
  • Coordination of and support for review and revision of key regulatory documents as required for internal and external purposes

Stakeholder relationship coordination and support

  • Liaise with members and stakeholders on relevant College projects, for example, setting meetings, securing volunteers and representatives
  • Contribute to enquiry and stakeholder management via telephone, post, shared email boxes and CRM and other systems
  • Arrange transport and couriers as needed
  • Administrative support
  • Providing any other meetings support including taking minutes, facilitating discussion groups, and preparing presentations
  • Providing secretariat support to Schools Council including taking minutes at monthly meetings and act as returning officer for elections
  • Carrying out as directed general secretarial, administrative and office duties.


PERSON SPECIFICATION
Essential: Experience in a similar role
Experience of organising meetings
Desirable: Experience of working in a professional body and/or membership organisation
Previous experience in Education administration
Skills and Knowledge
Essential: Excellent written and oral communication skills
Good level of written English
Experience of letter and report writing
Able to process numerical data
High levels of competency in MS Office; Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint
Accurate keyboard skills
Desirable: Minute taking
Experience of using databases
Experience of using web-based publishing tools
Personal Attributes
Good interpersonal skills
Well organised with a strong attention to detail
Able to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Flexible approach to work
Able to work on own initiative
Ability to use initiative to solve problems
Reliable
Able to prioritise multiple projects and tasks.
Additional Information
Working hours including any flexible hours and hybrid working available (3 days a week in the office). However, the post holder may on occasion be required to work late and applicants should therefore have some flexibility with regard to working hours.
The post may include some UK travel.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Senior Medals and Awards Officer

  • £35000 - £43000 per annum

Hunter Merrifield are currently working with the self-governing Fellowship and Learned society of distinguished scientists to recruit a Senior Medals and Awards Officer.

Senior Medals and Awards Officer
Reports to: Head of Scientific Programmes
Line manages: Medals and Awards Officer
Location: Hybrid - 2 days per week at the office
Salary: £35000-£42000/annum
Hours: Full time, 35 hours a week
The fundamental purpose of the learned society is to recognise, promote and support excellence in science and to encourage the development and use of science for the benefit of humanity.
The successful Senior Medals and Awards Officer will lead the prestigious medals and awards programme. The role is varied, overseeing the administration and promotion of the annual nomination cycle, committee management and the planning and delivery of a portfolio of prize lectures.
Key responsibilities and tasks
As directed by the Head of Scientific Programmes, the Senior Medal and Awards Officer will have the following areas of responsibility.
Event management
  • Oversee the end-to-end planning and delivery of a portfolio of prize lectures and associated events, ensuring that hybrid alternatives can be accommodated should the need arise
  • Ensure that any staff or Fellows involved in prize lectures are fully briefed in a timely manner
  • Work closely with the Senior Scientific Programmes Officer, Fellowship to ensure that the Premier Awards Dinner and any other medal winner recognition events are planned and executed seamlessly and to high standards
  • As required, support or lead the onsite delivery of events organised by the Scientific Programmes Team as a whole
Medals and awards administration and committee management
  • Oversee the annual cycle of the medals and awards programme, ensuring that all major milestones are met and anticipating and resolving any obstacles
  • Ensure that each award receives sufficient high-quality nominations
  • Oversee the preparation of all nomination documentation ahead of the launch of the annual cycle on 30 November (Anniversary Day) each year
  • Work closely with the Side-Secretaries, ensuring they receive regular updates regarding the development of the medals and awards programme and consulting with them as needed as issues arise
  • Effectively manage the budget for the medals and awards programme and complete the quarterly and annual forecasting activities in a timely and accurate manner
  • Liaise closely with other colleagues and teams working with medal-awarding committees, ensuring that there is consistency and cohesion and that duplication of effort is avoided
  • Work closely with committee chairs, taking an active role in committee meetings where appropriate and supporting committees with any clarification queries or information
Promotion and marketing
  • Ensure that a comprehensive marketing plan is in place for the medals and awards programme
  • Find new and innovative ways to encourage nominations from under-represented groups
Reporting and evaluation
  • Ensure appropriate evaluation methods are employed for all projects and producing output/outcome reports as required
  • Create a robust process to gather nomination data, and use it to identify trends and areas for improvement as well as to track success
  • Take a continuous improvement approach to work, ensuring that processes are regularly reviewed and updated.
Person Specifications
  • Demonstrable experience of managing complex high-profile programmes
  • Demonstrable experience of providing excellent customer service and working in a customer-focused environment
  • Proven ability to form strong working relationships with a variety of individuals including senior leaders, internal and external stakeholders, and suppliers
  • Experience of managing budgets, including forecasting and reconciliation
  • Experience of working with and managing suppliers and negotiating contracts
  • Experience of establishing and maintaining a network of contacts
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral) and a high degree of tact and diplomacy
  • Highly developed organisational skills, with evidence of strong project management, attention to detail and meticulous planning
  • Experience of working with committees, preferably in an academic environment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, diplomatic and with a high degree of cultural awareness
  • An understanding of the scientific and academic community
For more information on the Senior Medals and Awards Officer role, please contact Claire Stevens at Hunter Merrifield.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Trusts and Statutory Manager

  • £39000 - £42000 per annum Home based and more

Hunter Merrifield are pleased to work with a fantastic children's research charity to find a Trusts and Statutory Manager lead on the delivery of a robust portfolio of Trusts and foundations, to support statutory funding bids, and support the wider Partnerships team on corporate grants and foundations.

Job Title: Trusts and Statutory Manager
Organisation: Children's Research charity
Salary: £39,000 - £42,000
Contract: Permanent (4-5 days a week)
Location: Home based
Closing date: Monday 22nd August 2022
Required: CV

The Trusts & Statutory Fundraising Manager is a key role that will enable their ambition to diversify and grow income over the next five years. The challenge for this exciting position is to deliver and develop a relatively new income stream for the charity that is long term and sustainable.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for Trust project pipeline across Trusts, Foundations (including corporate) and statutory, across the UK, home nations and regional. Developed with attention to unrestricted opportunities.
  • Responsible for Trusts and Statutory budget, reporting on monthly, quarterly and annual KPIs, and monitoring and evaluating against ROI.
  • Responsible for developing monitoring system to track restricted grants and project development with relevant colleagues and Finance team.
  • Ensure necessary process and templates are in place to ensure projects are captured, packaged and costed, adapted to cross-selling thematically not just by project.
  • Produce an annual sector analysis of Trust sector
  • Build relationships, multiyear partnerships and income from existing trusts and foundations and strong stewardship involving members of the senior leadership team


Person Specification:

  • Experience of developing and implementing a Trusts fundraising strategy including income from lottery and statutory sources with a creative and entrepreneurial approach to income development
  • Proven record of personally securing minimum five-figure grants from Trusts, Statutory and other grant-making bodies
  • Strong project planning and financial management skills, including planning, forecasting, modelling and performance analysis, and ability to understand project budgets
  • Experience in senior relationship management and of influencing trust personnel
  • Ability to establish and lead on a collaborative approach with ability to communicate complex issues in writing and person, in an engaging and relevant manner


This role is perfect for an experienced Trust Fundraiser looking to take responsibility of the income stream, with the support of a very experienced line manager. If you wish to join a charity who are growing fast, and you enjoy a fast-paced environment with a lot of flexibility - then do get in touch.

To find out more and to apply, please contact Stuart Milliner at Hunter Merrifield.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Public Affairs and Campaigns Advisor

  • £41414 - £48422 per annum Flexible hours

Hunter Merrifield are pleased to support a fantastic health focused membership body, to find a Public Affairs and Campaign Adviser to promote the membership body through parliamentary, public affairs and campaigning activity. The post holder will join at a unique time as they campaign for recovery and rebuild of services.

Job Title: Public Affairs and Campaigns Adviser
Organisation: Health Membership body
Salary: £41,414 - £48,422 per annum
Location: London (1-2 days a week in the office)
Contract: Permanent, Full time
Closing date: Wednesday 10th August 2022
Required: CV and Cover Letter

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with great understanding of production of targeted briefings, arranging meetings at Westminster, and coordinating activities with key healthcare, trade union and sector partners.

Main responsibilities:

  • Maintain and develop constructive relationships with politicians, researchers and other stakeholders.
  • Responsible for day-to-day monitoring of parliamentary and policy activity across the UK to identify opportunities for lobbying and provide intelligence to colleagues and officers.
  • Work with the Public Affairs Manager on the design and delivery of campaigning activities that serve to develop relationships with political stakeholders and to engage the membership in lobbying work, leading on specific campaigns as required.
  • Develop policy plans for engaging with stakeholders in Westminster, Cardiff, Holyrood and Stormont, engaging elected officers and Association members in their formulation and local and national lobbying work to accompany their development.
  • Identify opportunities to mobilise members to enhance public affairs activity, while communicating the value of the work undertaken by the post-holder in communications to members.
  • Ensure that the needs of political audiences are clearly reflected in the work undertaken by colleagues engaged in work on media, policy, research, etc.


Person Specification:

  • Experience of working in Parliament (or one of the devolved nation's assemblies) or in a parliamentary or public affairs role.
  • Understanding of and interest in the contemporary political environment and the workings and decision-making structures of government and UK policymaking processes.
  • Confidence engaging directly with political stakeholders at a range of levels, on a cross party basis.
  • Experience of coordinating briefings, meetings and other activity at Westminster including running events.
  • Excellent relationship-building and communications skills, including strong writing and editing for a range of audiences.
  • Ability to quickly synthesise information from a variety of sources identifying key issues, and present complex and technical ideas to lay audiences.


To find out more and apply for the role, please contact Stuart Milliner at Hunter Merrifield.



We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Accreditation Officer

  • £31000 - £34000 per annum
Hunter Merrifield are thrilled to partner with the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) to find an Accreditation Officer who will work with the Education Manager to run existing accreditation programmes, which are for individuals and organisations. The role also supports the Education Manager in the development and implementation of new accreditation systems, for example, courses and events.
Job title: Accreditation Officer
Organisation: British Association of Dermatologists (BAD)
Salary: £31,000 - 34,000
Contract / Hours: Permanent, Full-time (35 hours p/w)
Location: Fitzrovia, London (W1T), with potential for hybrid remote working options
Hybrid: 2 days a week in the office
Closing date: Monday 15th August 2022
Required: CV and cover letter
British Association of Dermatologists (BAD), the professional membership body for dermatologists in the UK. They represent doctors who specialise in skin disease, for the wider benefit of patients, carers and the public. The British College of Dermatology (BCD) is the newly established educational arm of the BAD. This post will make a significant contribution to the BCD's accreditation opportunities.
Main responsibilities
  • Day-to-day management of existing accreditation programmes
  • Supporting the Education Manager in the development and implementation of the new accreditation system for courses and events
  • Developing new accreditation programmes for income generation, such as BCD Faculty and training delivered by other agencies
  • Developing course and event content related to accreditation workstreams in collaboration with the Education Manager and/or Digital Learning Officer
  • Applying for CPD for learning content
  • Working closely with the Education and Digital Officers to deliver the multimedia BCD content
  • Recruiting, briefing and supporting assessors, Faculty members and other accreditation partners
  • Supporting members, candidates and learners with their enquiries
  • Supporting the Education Manager in developing and delivering outputs from workstreams
  • Carrying out administrative tasks associated with own workstreams and projects
  • Creating surveys for members and users as required
  • Liaising with BAD officers, stakeholders and partners
Person Specification
  • Evidence of own CPD
  • Experience in developing and delivering accreditation programmes for individuals and organisations
  • Experience in drafting accreditation documentation
  • Experience of supporting candidates, assessors, learners or customers with enquiries
  • Experience of stakeholder and partnership working
  • Knowledge of accreditation processes and systems
  • Knowledge of continuing professional development processes and systems
  • Ability to maintain good stakeholder and partnership relationships
  • Ability to create and analyse surveys and feedback forms
  • Ability to produce data reports
For more information on the Accreditation Officer, please contact Akash Mahmud at Hunter Merrifield.
Along with BAD, we want to practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

Administrator : Research & Publishing

  • £25000 - £27000 per annum

Hunter Merrifield are very pleased to partner with the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) to find an Administrator to join a friendly team in the London office, supporting the recently merged Research and Publishing teams.

Job title: Administrator: Research & Publishing
Organisation: British Association of Dermatologists (BAD)
Salary: £25,000 - £27,000
Location: Fitzrovia, London (W1T), with potential for hybrid remote working options
Contract / Hours: Permanent, Full-time (35 hours p/w)
Hybrid: 2 days a week in the office
Closing date: Monday, August 12th, 2022
Required: CV and Cover Letter
The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) is a professional membership body for dermatologists in the UK. They represent doctors who specialise in skin disease, for the wider benefit of patients, carers and the public.
The successful Administrator will join a total team of 46 staff working across a range of different areas, including Education and the British College of Dermatology, Conference and Events, Clinical Standards, Communications, and Clinical Services.
Responsibilities:
  • Support the Research team in administrative work for our three registries: BADBIR, ASTAR and UKKCC as well as other the other Research and Journal committees
  • Set up meeting dates/agendas in collaboration with the wider team
  • Book rooms and catering through the Facilities Officer
  • Minute formal committee meetings or provide actions for informal meetings
  • Process research bursary applications, including organising committee meetings, correspondence, advertising and circulation of papers
  • Support the BADBIR team in sending out monthly emails to pharmaceutical companies
  • Support the Research Manager in tracking and managing data access requests as well as updating the publication list
  • Other project work that may be assigned from time to time either from Research or Publishing
  • Manage membership of committees, including advertising / confirming new appointments, monitoring terms of office for committee members, collating Declaration of Interests forms, sending induction documents to new committee members
Person Specification
  • Experience in an administrative role or similar role in a charity or similar healthcare organisation
  • Interest in scientific or medical research funding administration
  • Experience of providing high-quality, precise minutes
  • High computer literacy with accurate word processing skills and sound knowledge of Windows based applications and Microsoft Office, including Excel, Teams and SharePoint / OneDrive (or similar cloud-based storage)
  • Ability to proofread accurately
  • Ability to produce high-quality documentation
For more information on the Administrator role, please contact Akash Mahmud at Hunter Merrifield.
Along with BAD, we want to practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

We practice a diverse and inclusive recruitment process that ensures equal opportunity for all we work with, irrespective of race, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age or gender. As an organisation, we encourage applications from all backgrounds and will ensure measures are met when required, to allow a fair process throughout.

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