The BSG has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic individual to increase their involvement in the BSG and be part of the Clinical Services and Standards Committee
Applications are now open for the prestigious role of BSG Clinical Guidelines Lead from May 2022 until 2024 succeeding Dr Rupert Ransford. The BSG Clinical Guidelines Lead is a key member of the Clinical Services and Standards Committee and a member of the BSG Council as well as a welcome and pivotal member of the Gut Editorial Board. The Gut Associate Editor role is particularly interesting and involves close liaison with the Gut Editorial team in coordinating the review process of high-quality Guidelines submitted to be considered for publication in Gut
This is a principal leadership role leading on BSG Guidelines and BSG Endorsed Guidance. For informal discussions and questions about this prestigious role please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG) believes that equity of opportunity is of fundamental importance for everyone involved in our organisation. We welcome and actively seek to recruit individuals to our activities regardless of race, religion, ethnic origin, disability, age, gender, sexual orientation or working pattern. The BSG aims to encourage diversity of membership in all committees, senior roles and staff.
Please upload a brief CV (2 pages max.) and a statement of application detailing why you would like to be appointed to the role using the form below.
Applications will close at midnight on 18th February 2022. Interviews by a panel of officers, Council members and Trustees took place virtually on Friday 4th March 2022.
Applications for this role have now closed.