Exciting CEO opportunity with the IBD Registry – could you be our first Chief Executive?

The IBD Registry is looking for an exceptional individual to help drive the next phase of its growth, as it expands to become a new legal entity, founded by the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG), Crohn’s and Colitis UK and the Royal College of Physicians (RCP).

The Registry team have achieved significant success to date; the new Chief Executive Officer will build on these achievements, and lead the team through an exciting and crucial growth stage in the Registry’s development. The role involves:

  • Heading up the operational team currently based near the RCP in London;
  • Responsibility for the financial and executive direction of the Registry;
  • With the Medical Director and the Board, setting the strategic direction of the new enterprise.

This is a fantastic opportunity to help shape a major UK initiative making a difference to the lives of people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Further details and a copy of the job pack can be found below.

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Applications close on Sunday 18th February at 19:00, with interviews planned to start on Tuesday 27th February 2018.

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