The Aga Khan University has a unique opportunity to spend three months working as part of their Resource Development Team to support the Aga Khan University’s vision and mission.
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Global Generation, the ecological education charity behind the Skip Garden, is looking for a Catering Manager to help grow their catering income as they expand across new sites, including the Story Garden at the British Library.
The Reading Agency are looking for an expert research team to help them conduct a large scale independent study into their Summer Reading Challenge. Deadline 21 January 2019.
Poet in the City are Hiring – This is a one-off opportunity to lead Collections in Verse, a collaborative programme between Poet in the City and the British Library.
The Foundling are Hiring! They are looking for a Marketing & Communications Manager (Maternity Cover). Closing date: Thursday 13 December.
RCGP have produced an ‘Artificial Intelligence and Primary Care’ report to inform GPs and healthcare professionals of the impact of Artificial Intelligence in primary care
In October 2018 Knowledge Quarter Partners attended a breakfast with London’s Chief Digital Officer Theo Blackwell as the speaker. Theo introduced Knowledge Quarter Partners to the Civic Innovation Challenge – an initiative to spur innovation in the tech sector as part of the Smart London Grand Challenge.
The Aga Khan Centre is looking to appoint an Exhibitions and Tours Manager. The post holder will shape and implement the strategy for exhibitions in the ground floor gallery as well as producing exhibits in a variety of spaces throughout the Aga Khan Centre and nearby Victoria Hall. Salary: £45,000 p.a. Applications close on Monday 10 December.
On the 25th October 2018 Knowledge Quarter partners once again convened to discuss the topic of ‘staff diversity’ and share current practice in this area.
Should gender matter in the medical profession? Join the Royal College of Physicians museum for a special evening focused on the struggle for female medical equality in the 20th century.