Policy job at the Biochemical Society and Society of Biology

This blog post was written by James Lush, the Biochemical Society’s Policy Manager

The Biochemical Society, in partnership with the Society of Biology, is appointing a new full-time Science Policy Officer. It’s a one year, full time position, with the possibility of extension. You can find full details here.

Closing date: 09:00, 4 March

This does, sadly, indicate that I am leaving Charles Darwin House at the start of April. I will be taking up a newly created position in the Equality Challenge Unit team (the coordinators of the Athena SWAN Charter). Until then, please do continue to contact me on science policy issues – I’ll update this page with the details of my successor when they start!

Update: 4 April – Catherine Ball has been appointed and is working across the two societies. You can contact her at catherineball@societyofbiology.org  or catherine.ball@biochemistry.org

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