Executive Assistant

The European Society of Endocrinology (ESE) unites, supports and represents health care professionals involved in the care of patients with endocrine disease. Through individual and affiliated societies membership ESE reaches around 20 000 professionals from close to 100 countries.

ESE focuses its operations in 4 core areas: individual membership and membership services, publishing of scientific journals, organisation of its annual congress and educational events, and the development of bespoke projects to advance clinical care and research.

ESE is being run by a small and fully dedicated office that works with the ESE Officers and Executive Committee in the development and execution of its strategic and tactical plan.

To support its ongoing growth, we are now recruiting an Executive Assistant. This is a new role within the organisation and will provide general administration support across the ESE Team as well as providing support to the Governance and Office Manager and the Scientific Programmes Manager across a range of projects.

The role is varied and will require strong communication and time management skills as well as good Microsoft Office skills. We are looking for an experienced professional who can work across a range of activities and tasks and who has a flexible approach. A willingness and ability to travel (mainly European travel) and fluency in English are required. Solid knowledge of a second major European language is an advantage. The role is full time (35 hours per week), although there is some flexibility.

If you feel you have the experience and the proactive approach we are looking for, then please get in touch.

Application details

Please send a covering letter together with your CV to jobs@ese-hormones.org by Monday 22 July 2019. 

Please see the job description below for further information.

Interviews: Thursday 8 August 2019. This date is open for discussion if there is an overlap with a booked holiday. Please indicate in the covering letter if this interview date is not possible.

 

All applicants applying must have the right to work in the UK. The relevant documentation to demonstrate your right to work in the UK will be requested during the process.

 

 

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