- Permanent role
- £31,196 per annum plus excellent benefits
We’re looking for someone who is financially literate and has supervisory skills. In this role, you will be responsible for maintaining the integrity of the online Register of osteopaths.
You will be required to pay particular attention to detail, extract information from a database, and identify areas for process improvement. You will be comfortable populating spreadsheets and will need to ensure direct debit income collection is processed each month.
This role reports to the Registration Manager who you will be responsible for deputising for in their absence.
Part of a team of four, we offer the flexibility to work remotely and from the office at Osteopathy House, London but some in-person office working is required.
How to apply
Read the information pack to find out more about this challenging and varied role and complete Application Form 1 and Application Form 2. For more information, contact Ben Chambers, Registration Manager: email@example.com or Amanda Chadwick, Human Resources Manager or Jane Saunders, Human Resources Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Closing date: 10.00am on 29 June 2022
- In-person interviews: 15 July 2022
Guidance and application forms
We are looking to appoint a Council Associate to join our Council. This is an opportunity for an osteopath to contribute to the strategic direction and scrutiny of the work of the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).
The Council Associates Programme seeks to identify individuals within the profession who have the potential to develop their skills and knowledge to undertake future non-executive positions, either at the GOsC or elsewhere.
If this sounds like you and you would like an opportunity to be a Council Associate, click on the link to our website for more information.
The GOsC is a modern, inclusive, and innovative healthcare regulator and we consider diversity to be a strength. We wish to encourage applications from the widest possible field of candidates to help us reflect UK society. Note that this position is only open to osteopaths.
As a Council Associate, you will join Council meetings which take place four times a year. You will be expected to prepare for these meetings by taking the time to familiarise yourself with the papers and agenda for the day. You will not be able to vote on the decisions made by full Council members, but this role will give you the opportunity to share your opinions and these views will be very much welcomed.
You will be expected to commit no more than 10 days a year and will be paid £200 a day. We pay reasonable travel and subsistence expenses which are incurred as part of this role. The appointment starts on 1 April 2023 (initially for up to two years).
How to apply
For further information and to apply, please read the Information Pack and complete Application Form 1 and Application Form 2. Alternative format versions are available from Amanda Chadwick, Human Resources Manager or Jane Saunders, Human Resources Administrator at: email@example.com
Closing date: 11.30am on 12 July 2022