We are looking to recruit a motivated and talented individual to lead the development and delivery of a new training function within the BSI. Reporting directly to the CEO, in collaboration with the wider BSI team, you will be responsible for engaging with a wide range of stakeholders to identify training needs and opportunities that the BSI can meet. You will be responsible for working with BSI members to develop content and curricula and utilise different delivery platforms to establish a new surplus generating training function for the BSI.
You will be strategic, but also proactive, practical and results-driven to establish, evolve and deliver a successful training offer in a planned and phased way.
This is a part-time role (3-4 days a week) for a period of 18 months.
Key responsibilities include:
- In line with our current strategy, to scope training needs and gaps, conducting market research to build an evidence-base for potential new training opportunities
- To develop and present detailed business cases for new training opportunities for consideration by the CEO, Senior Management Team (SMT) and Board, as appropriate
- To monitor key developments in immunology and in the science/healthcare sectors to identify upcoming key opportunities and how the BSI can take advantage of them
- To work collaboratively with other BSI staff and members to ensure successful and timely delivery of training courses
- To develop high quality content and curricula for training courses
- To build a pipeline of courses to ensure continual growth in opportunities and income
- To develop and utilise appropriate learning platforms such as face to face, virtual and e-learning
- To lead the development of a five year plan for the new training unit
- To evaluate and continuously improve the training offer
- To engage with a wide range of stakeholders across academia, NHS, industry, and charities
- To work in collaboration with the Marketing and Communications team to build effective marketing campaigns for our training offer
We offer a hybrid working model, with most time spent working from home with an office space in Holborn currently available two days a week.
The British Society for Immunology is committed to achieving a fair and equal working environment, accessible to all and free from discrimination regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, socio-economic background and any of the other infinite factors that distinguish individuals from one another. We encourage applications from all sections of the community and seek to promote the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion through our organisational values and behaviours.
Please note we will be actively interviewing for this role so the role may close before the date advertised.
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