Geological Society Chartership Officer
- Post Date:7th August 2018
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- Offered Salary NegotiableCareer Level SeniorExperience Less than 1 Year
- Salary Daily rate
The Geological Society promotes and implements the adoption of professional standards in the geosciences principally by awarding Chartered status (CGeol and CSci). Chartership demonstrates that an individual is regarded by his/her peers as competent to practice within their chosen field. The Society’s Chartership Officer plays a pivotal role in promoting and developing Chartership, facilitating the accreditation process, and responding to enquiries. The Society seeks to appoint a Chartership Officer due to the retirement of the current post-holder.
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate a range of skills, competencies and abilities. S/he will be an earth sciences graduate committed to the Society’s objectives in service of science, fellowship and society. S/he will be a Chartered Geologist or Chartered Scientist, preferably with experience of working as a Chartership Scrutineer. Ideally s/he will be able to demonstrate commitment to Chartered status within the Profession through leadership experience, for example, as the interface between the profession, other professional bodies and non-geologists.
The location is not fixed though frequent visits to the Society’s offices at Burlington House, London and other mainly UK locations are required. The post is part-time.
The Geological Society is committed to diversity, equal opportunities and inclusion in the work place, and the successful applicant will be expected to embrace and contribute to this environment.
The closing date for applications is October 5th 2018. For further information see www.geolsoc.org.uk/chartershipofficer.