The Royal College of Ophthalmologists ensures that the highest achievable standards of eye care are delivered for patients through excellence in the training, education and assessment of eye doctors and their continuing professional development.
The College currently employ 26 staff at our Euston, London office and colleagues work in teams and with members, committees and groups that support the work and activities of the College.
When making an application, please ensure that you answer all the questions on the application form and complete the Equal Opportunities monitoring form as well. View the current benefits offered to staff. You must email your application and Equal Opportunities monitoring form to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than the stated deadline.
CVs will not be accepted in lieu of the application form. You should give full details of your work experience and your education, accounting for any gaps. When you complete the statement in support of your application, you must show how you meet the person specification by giving examples, particularly with regard to your work experience, the job-specific competencies and the behaviours. You may also show how your work experience is relevant to the job description.
Unfortunately, the College cannot acknowledge receipt of applications and will only contact shortlisted applicants.
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|Examinations Co-ordinator||The College is currently seeking an Examinations Coordinator to provide high level administrative support. This role is an opportunity to be involved in the delivery of medical education, and to support candidates and examiners through providing excellent customer service. The post holder will be responsible for the end to end delivery of both the Part 1 College Fellowship (FRCOphth) examination and the Duke-Elder Undergraduate Prize examination, the organisation of the Admission Ceremony for Fellows and other members of the College, and providing administrative and other support to the Examinations Committee and sub- committees.
The successful candidate will be a proven administrator who can work flexibly with a varied workload and is well organised. The post holder will work well as part of a team, have excellent, all round communication and interpersonal skills, and be able work on their own initiative.
Salary: £28,798 (including London weighting) per annum.
You may download the pack containing information about the role and application forms here.
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