Medicine (Young Doctor Series) Programme Manager
PLEASE ONLY APPLY IF YOU HAVE QUALIFIED AS A DOCTOR, OR WILL BE QUALIFYING AS A DOCTOR THIS YEAR. WE WILL NOT PROCEED WITH YOUR APPLICATION IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A DEGREE IN MEDICINE.
InvestIN Education provides inspirational career experience programmes for school and university students. Founded in 2012, we have had over 40,000 students walk through our doors from more than 2000 schools, colleges, and universities from around the world. More than 300 professionals from the fields of Investment Banking, Law, Medicine, Engineering, Politics and Journalism have contributed to our programmes.
About the role:
InvestIN aims to be the world’s no.1 provider of educational experiences. We believe that to learn is to experience. Our mission is to deliver professional experiences to young people that they would otherwise consider a far-flung fantasy. Our daily priority is to provide students with a first-class experience, from the moment they hear about our organisation to the point at which they return home from one of our programmes. At every single touchpoint we are rigorously dedicated to creating ‘raving fans’, and adopt a ‘continuous improvement’ mindset.
The role of the Medicine Programme Manager is to help InvestIN create ‘raving fans’ every day within our Young Doctor series of programmes. This includes:
- Handling email, telephone, and communications with key suppliers
- Taking full control of all logistics related to our programmes, including: co-ordinating Programme Directors, speakers and their materials; managing the venue hire process; producing registers; procuring printed materials; arranging and managing event staff; and managing student feedback
- Unleashing your creative energy to consistently challenge how our programmes can be improved
- Developing new programmes and new content in the UK and abroad for a variety of students
- Researching and developing new cities for InvestIN to deliver programmes in
You are somebody who has already qualified as a doctor and has a deep passion for developing young people to fulfil their potential. You are motivated to do something different with your life post-medicine– to shun the usual corporate schemes and join a vibrant, fast-growing start-up which has already changed the lives of many. You relish the fact that joining a dynamic enterprise will give you immediate, senior responsibility and a range of experience that others do not get until they have completed many years in corporate life.
You have, and can demonstrate, the following skills and interests:
- You have qualified as a doctor
- You feel a sense of passion and belonging when you read our cultural values (set out below)
- A deeply-invested belief in InvestIN’s sense of purpose and our programmes
- A deeply-entrenched sense of personal pride in your work, and a commitment to giving a 5* experience in every interaction
- Strong academics
- Outstanding professional communication skills – both written and oral
- A dedication to attention to detail
- Strong organisational skills
- An outgoing and confident personality
- A sense of dedication which goes beyond thinking of your career as just a job
- Fantastic creativity
InvestIN’s Cultural Values
Experience is Truth:
We believe that to learn is to experience. Our mission is to deliver professional experiences to young people that they would otherwise consider a far-flung fantasy. This ‘experiential learning’ appeals to all the senses and requires live in-person interaction; providing a welcome counterpoint to the restrictive and atomised environment of cyberspace.
Empowerment and Ownership:
We treat all of our students as young professionals, not simply older schoolchildren. InvestIN empowers students by thrusting them into a whirlwind of professional-life simulation, and asking them to stand up and be counted. Along with that empowerment comes the valuable lessons of responsibility. Students are expected to take ownership of their careers immediately, as we give them detailed advice about how to plant the seeds for a successful future; starting now.
Action and Urgency:
InvestIN believes that success requires both action and urgency. We have been able to grow at an exponential rate because we move ideas quickly into tangible steps forward and we execute them. InvestIN’s students refuse to be left behind and want to be able to cut through abstract procrastination; becoming empowered to act with decisiveness and urgency.
InvestIN is a fervent supporter of determined ambition. We believe that young people - and whole organisations - must continue to ‘think big’ in order to achieve their potential. We therefore coach our students to believe that there are no limits to their career ambitions, and give them the tools they need to thrive.
InvestIN is not an ordinary organisation. We create interactive simulations of professional life, which requires a commitment to using our imagination to deliver extraordinary experiences for our students. At the same time, we encourage our students to imagine themselves as young professionals now, not at some distant point in the future. We have discovered that tomorrow’s achievements are born from today’s visualisation.
At InvestIN, we understand the great responsibility that we take on in coaching students. Sometimes the simplest sentence or action can have a lasting impact on a young person’s life. We insist on running our operation with the highest level of integrity: from promoting the value of hard work and satisfaction over shortcuts and monetary rewards, to constantly looking at ways to reduce our carbon footprint.
Working schedule: 9am – 6pm, Monday – Friday. Some weekend work will be required, but you will know dates for this well in advance, and be given time off in lieu during the weekdays
Location: Central London.
Salary: Up to £37,000/annum depending on prior experience.
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