Working for us

The Institute of Biomedical Science is the professional body for biomedical science professionals and students.  For over 100 years we have been dedicated to the promotion, development and delivery of excellence in biomedical science - supporting our members through training, education and professional development and setting quality standards for our profession.

At the Institute we are committed to providing a quality service for our members and being an effective, efficient organisation that attracts and retains high-quality staff.

Our staff work in a variety of roles including administration, management, finance, communications, education and training.

We are committed to providing equal opportunities in employment and to avoiding unlawful discrimination. We also encourage diversity amongst those working in biomedical science. Our aim is that our members of staff will be truly representative of all sections of society and each staff member feels respected and able to give their best. All members of staff will be treated fairly and with respect and helped and encouraged to develop their full potential.



Education Manager (Qualifications)

An exciting opportunity has arisen to work as an Education Manager (Qualifications) within the Education Team at the London headquarters of the IBMS. The successful candidate will work closely with the Deputy Head of Education, Head of Examinations and Education Manager (Processes) to ensure the smooth running of the busy and wide-ranging work of
the Education Department. It is a varied role and would suit somebody who is a registered biomedical or clinical scientist looking to step across into the development and provision
of the IBMS’s routes to registration and our portfolio of qualifications. We are looking for someone who is passionate and knowledgeable about the profession, able to focus on the
challenges facing our members and those studying for qualifications with us, is able to work autonomously and as part of a team and willing to travel nationwide.

For an informal chat please email for the attention of Jocelyn Pryce, Deputy Head of Education, to arrange a suitable date and time.

To apply

Please apply by sending a statement detailing how you fit the criteria in the Job Description (no more than 2 sides of A4) along with a current c.v. to

Salary: up to £36,423 (35-hour week).

The closing date for applications - Friday 24th August 2018

No agencies required