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Membership and Data Coordinator

£25,000pa full time

The British Institute of Radiology (BIR) is the membership organisation for everyone working in imaging, radiation oncology and the underlying sciences. We are the oldest radiological society in the world, formed in 1897; just two years after Wilhelm Roentgen discovered X-rays.

You will be helping to support and grow the BIR community, responsible for coordinating  processes to help make sure it’s easy to join as a member and that members make full use of our services once on board. You will interact with members via internet and telephone as well coordinating data maintenance activities, providing reporting and analytics support, and working with the team to improve and develop our online platforms.

You will be a graduate with at least two year’s experience in an administrative role, preferably with some hands-on experience of membership and subscription management (although training and support will be provided). You will be proficient with Microsoft Office and have some knowledge of maintaining and exporting CRM data.

You will also be responsible for coordinating the delivery of the BIR newsletters and jobs board mailings. You will coordinate the engagement processes and assist with membership recruitment activities and represent the membership department at some BIR events.

We are a happy, enthusiastic and supportive team of 23 people, based in Farringdon, near St Paul’s, London.

To apply for the post, please submit your CV (maximum 3 sides of A4) and a covering letter (no longer than 2 sides of A4) explaining why you are interested in and qualified for the role.  Please also complete our Required Information form. Submit your application to Jane Moynihan, Head of Membership and Systems,

Closing date for applications: midnight 18October 2019. Successful candidates will be notified no less than one week prior to first-round interviews, which will be on 30and 31October.

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