The Clinical Effectiveness Co-ordinator role is part of the Professionalism department, which is responsible for the maintenance, delivery and development of agreed standards across the pathology profession.
You will have experience of policy, process or guideline development. You will have experience of proofreading, document formatting and editing documents for publication. You will also have excellent written skills with a good grasp of grammar and punctuation. Excellent IT skills with the ability to use all Microsoft Office packages to an advanced level, and you are able to prioritise multiple demands and meet deadlines
The College is a professional membership organisation dedicated to the advancement of the science and practice of pathology. There are currently approximately 10, 900 members, all of whom are pathologists and scientists based in hospitals, universities and laboratories in the UK and overseas. The College’s main tasks are to set and maintain training standards for doctors and scientists, to advise on the appointment of consultants, to ensure the membership is kept up to date with current practice through the continuing professional development scheme, and to promote the latest developments in pathology by holding scientific meetings.
The College’s mission is to promote excellence in the practice of pathology and to be responsible for maintaining standards through training, assessments, examinations and professional development.
To apply, please complete the supporting information form and email via the details on our website which can be found through the application link.
Interviews will be held on the 19 October 2020.
If you would like to speak to someone about the role, please contact HR in the first instance, details of which can also be found on our website.