There are currently 36 staff employed by the Association. They are led by a senior management team reporting
to the elected board of directors/trustees. The majority of staff are based at our headquarters at 21 Portland Place, in London.
Senior management team (SMT)
| Karin Pappenheim
||Chief Executive Officer
||Head of Education & Membership Services
||Head of Support Services & Information Management
||Chief Operating Officer
You can contact different staff teams using the details below:
Fellowship in Environmentally Sustainable Anaesthesia
Employer: The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Location: 317 01 Freeman Hospital
Salary: £31,217 to £49,086
Fixed term: (4 August 2020 for 12 months)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for dynamic, engaged and committed Fellow in environmentally sustainable anaesthesia to work in a specific role with-in the peri-operative and critical care directorate at the Freeman Hospital.
This is a National Fellowship jointly organised between Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Trust, The Association of Anaesthetists and the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare and will involve working with all 3 organisations.
The aim of the fellowship is to improve the evidence base underpinning environmentally sustainable anaesthesia, establish what best practice looks like, define and remove barriers to best practice implementation and to share the findings with the wider anaesthetic and medical communities. All clinical work will be within Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals.
This post would suit anaesthetic trainees who have a special interest in sustainable healthcare. Ideally applicants will have completed Foundation Training and Core Training. This post will provide a solid basis from which to apply for an ST or Consultant post.
Post is available from 4 August 2020 for 12 months.
Closing date for applications: 23:59 on Sunday 29 September 2019. Interviews will be held at the end of October at the Freeman Hospital.
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Digital Communications Officer
Salary scale: Grade B – £28,952 - £33,563
Responsible to: Senior Digital Content Manager
The post holder will support the Senior Digital Content Manager in implementing the Association’s digital strategy. They will create web content that is user focused, accessible and optimised for search engines.
They will develop and maintain a content schedule, co-ordinating activities across the organisation and will build relationships with a variety of subject matter experts.
They will support the Senior Digital Content Manager in managing the day-to-day activities of a web agency to ensure their work contributes effectively to the Association’s digital ambitions.
They will work effectively with all teams within the Association to provide insight and training. They will support the Senior Digital Content Manager in managing the Association’s digital campaigns and tracking and reporting on digital campaigns in order to guide improvements.
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Closing date for applications: 23:59 on Monday 9 September 2019. First round interviews will be held on 19 September and W/C 23 September.
To apply please download and complete an application form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Working for the Association
The Association offers competitive salaries and a good range of staff benefits which are summarised in our guide to working with us.
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