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The Biochemical Society is one of the largest learned societies in the UK biosciences, dedicated to advancing the molecular biosciences that underpin and explain the essential processes of life.

 

We represent and support the interests of all those working in the sector through our membership, conferences, education and policy initiatives, publications and grants. 

 

We offer an excellent working environment in a welcoming, collaborative and cooperative atmosphere where all employees are encourage to participate and contribute to success. Our Central London, purpose-refurbished office is shared with a number of sister societies.

 

Our remuneration packages are aligned with market sector benchmarks and the value of individual experience, skills and knowledge. We offer excellent pension benefits and enhanced holiday schemes to all employees.

 

 

Work experience


The Society is unable to offer short term work experience placements. However internships of up to three months are available. We have information on gaining work experience here

 

If you are interested in joining us and contributing to our aims, please take a look at our current vacancies.

 

 


 

Current vacancies

 


Audit Committee Chair

The Biochemical Society is seeking to recruit an Independent Chair for its Audit Committee (a largely member populated Committee with the remit to provide the Society Trustees with guidance on matters relating to statutory audit, financial and other regulatory standards compliance, and risk management). The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience of holding a position in a similar area in a mid/large sized corporate or charitable organization. 

This role offers a competitive remuneration package and would require attendance at a minimum of two meetings a year. 

For further information, and to commence the application procedure, please contact Zoe Halbert. Applications should be sent to recruitment@biochemistry.org


Application Deadline: 5 March 2017



Finance Committee – External Member

The Biochemical Society is seeking to recruit an Independent Member for its Finance Committee (a largely member populated Committee with the remit to provide the Society Trustees with guidance on matters relating to the financial management of the Society and its related pension schemes). The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience of holding a position in a similar area in a mid/large sized corporate or charitable organization. 

This role offers a competitive remuneration package and would require attendance at a minimum of three meetings a year. 

For further information, and to commence the application procedure, please contact Zoe Halbert. Applications should be sent to recruitment@biochemistry.org

Applications deadline: 5 March 2017