Our recruitment policy at the Society of Homeopaths is very simple: we aim to recruit the best.

There are many advantages and benefits of working at the Society of Homeopaths but we believe we have a number of very strong selling points which set us apart from other organisations.

We recognise that our people are our most important asset. For this reason we provide a truly supportive working environment together with excellent training and development opportunities.

Our values

  • Being committed to offering the highest standards of membership support and going the extra mile for members and colleagues alike
  • Communicating individually and collectively, openly and regularly. As well as a fantastic intranet communication forum, we also have an open door policy across all departments
  • Creating a culture of success where recognition of achievement is rewarded
  • Giving all staff the opportunity for career development and encouraging staff to undertake training and development activities which will advance their skills

Our culture

We believe in a one organisation philosophy. This means that we work hard to ensure that communications and team working are well developed, across all our departments. It is important to us that staff enjoy working for the Society of Homeopaths and have fun whilst at work. We expect people to work hard but to underline the importance we attach to people enjoying what they do is set out in one of the Society’s key strategic aims: To always remain an organisation in which people at all levels want to work and enjoy working.

Our benefits

We offer a very competitive benefits package which includes a salary at market rate, 25 days’ holiday, group personal pension plan with matched contributions and subsidised homeopathic treatment

Current vacancies

Research Consultancy

Are you passionate about Research? 
Would you  like to work for the Society of Homeopaths?

Applications are now invited to tender for a Research Consultancy position.

This consultancy requires an individual with vision, energy and excellent communication skills, along with a proven track record in a health research environment.

The Research Consultant is required to keep up to date with current research in homeopathy and identify and supply accurate information regarding research, with particular emphasis on supportive data for media work and the Society website. This consultancy also involves input on proposals and documents in the field of research for other Society work.

Team working on all levels is essential as the above consultancy involves liaison and communication with numerous departments and committees across the Society of Homeopath's membership, as well as liaison with a range of external agencies.

Consultants will need to be members of the Society or eligible to apply for full membership; non-Society members would be required to register before starting the consultancy.

The consultancy is offered on a rolling contract, hours equate to approximately one day a week.

The post also requires a high degree of flexibility to be able to respond to urgent matters, and occasional travel to London or the Society of Homeopaths' head office.

Please apply in writing, explaining what you could contribute to the development of the Consultancy and attach a copy of your curriculum vitae. 

Closing date: 5:00pm March 31st 2016

To download the Role Responsibilities document click here

To download the Person Specificiation document click here

For further details please contact: victoria_garratt@homeopathy-soh.org on 01604 817890

 

Education and Registration Coordinator opportunity 

Would you like to work for the Society of Homeopaths?

In this exciting new role, you would be working closely alongside the Professional Standards Manager to provide support and coordinate administration in the areas of Education, Registration and Professional Conduct services of the Society.

Your administration and I.T skills will be utilised in maintaining and updating the registration database, handling confidential documentation associated with professional conduct concerns and handling CPD plans and portfolios among other duties.

You will need to evidence previous administrational experience, be IT literate with Excel, Word and Database. Have the ability to organise events and meetings, with minute taking skills and be able to demonstrate a high level of customer service.

The position will be office based in the Northampton Head Office, however some flexibility and the ability to travel as and when required will be necessary.

Hours: 30 per week (flexible Mon to Fri between 8:00am and 4:30pm)

Salary Grade: 3 (£18,168) Actual salary £14,534

Closing date:  5.00pm March 31st 2016

To download the Job Description click here

To download the Person Specification click here

Please apply in writing with a covering letter and attach a copy of your curriculum vitae and send to Victoria Garrat at the Northampton office.

For further details please contact: victoria_garratt@homeopathy-soh.org on 01604 817890