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G-I-N Organisational members may advertise their vacancies here free of charge. To do so, please email Jenna Docherty via admin@g-i-n.net.

Current Vacancies

Development opportunity to work with the G-I-N Board

The Guidelines International Network  (G-I-N) is a vibrant network of guideline developers and wider stakeholders. It has over 100 member organisations and 150 individuals, working together to reduce duplication of effort with the ultimate aim of improving the quality of healthcare.

We are offering an exciting and varied secondment opportunity/contract for up to 12 months, on a half time basis, for a qualified, enthusiastic individual to work alongside the G-I-N Board and secretariat to lead a range of new projects.

These projects may include:

  • researching grant opportunities and writing applications
  • identifying what guideline developers require of the G-I-N website and library
  • specifying and setting up a registry of guidelines in development/other library development work
  • improving dissemination of outputs of our working groups

 

Reporting to and working closely with the CEO, the role will involve interacting with the G-I-N Trustees, internationals senior leaders and innovators in the filed of clinical practice guidelines, as well as the G-I-N member organisations and the secretariat.

Full details on the role can be viewed here.

To apply please send your CV and covering letter, highlighting how your experience maps to the job requirements, to Elaine Harrow at . You should also confirm if your organisation will support you in a secondment or if you are applying on a self-employed basis.

For an informal chat with the CEO, please contact to arrange a time.

Closing date for applications: 11th July 2019, 12 noon BST

It is anticipated that the individual will be in post by September/October.

 

 

 

Page last updated: Jun 26, 2019
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