About the Association of Anaesthetists

We represent the life-changing, life-saving profession of anaesthesia – by supporting, informing and inspiring a worldwide community of over 11,000 members.

We promote patient care and safety, and advance anaesthesia through education, publications, research and international work, as well as the professional aspects of the specialty. We are in the process of modernising and transforming to deliver our long-term strategy. This sets out our vision to be the membership organisation of choice for anaesthetists by providing high quality and high value member services. We are currently re-branding and transitioning to a new CRM and website/content management system (CMS). This will transform communication with our members and the services on offer. 

Working with the Association

The Association offers competitive salaries and a good range of staff benefits which are summarised in our guide to working with us
 

Job applicant privacy notice

Our job applicant privacy notice sets out, in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the types of data we hold on you as a job applicant to the organisation. It also sets out how we use that information, how long we keep it for and other relevant information about your data.
 

Current vacancies 

We are looking for an approachable, agile and results-driven all-rounder to lead on the delivery of the planned fundraising activity, budgeting and KPIs. The post holder will play a key role in raising funds for the Association’s international development projects and SAFE Africa programme.
 
Applications close at 12:00noon on Monday 12 December 2018 and interviews will take place on Wednesday 12 December 2018. 

 

Specialist Societies Administrator
We are currently recruiting for the post of Specialities Socities Adminsitrator.

We are looking for a well organised individual with the ability to multi-task, prioritise and strong time-management skills.  An enthusiastic approach to work, and the ability to work as part of a team.  The post holder will be responsible for providing a comprehensive support service to individual Specialist Societies ensuring the efficient and effective delivery of their operations, and achieving a high level of satisfaction. 
Please apply for this via our application form and  send to recruitment@aagbi.org 

Applications close at 17.00 on Friday 28 December 2018 and interviews will take place on Friday 4, Monday 7 and Tuesday 8 January 2019.