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The UK Faculty of Public Health (FPH) is full of people who are passionate about improving people’s lives.

We’re a small charity with around 20-25 paid staff at any one time. But every so often new opportunities arise for people to join the staff team and help to make a difference.

Our organisation is built on our values so before deciding if you want to apply for one of the vacancies listed below, please make sure you read about our values and behaviours.

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Current vacancies

Senior Membership Systems Officer, UK Faculty of Public Health

Could you play a key role running and developing our membership processes and organisational systems, and have an impact on the health and wellbeing of local communities and national populations?

Job title:

Senior Membership Systems Officer

Accountable to:

Deputy CEO




Full time, 35 per week


£33,000 - £35,000 (Grade C) plus a generous employer pension contribution, currently at 12.5% of salary (see below for details of our benefits package)

Place of work:

Combination of remote working and office based at the Faculty of Public Health, 4 St Andrews Place, London, NW1 4LB, with occasional travel and overnight stays across the UK for conferences and meetings etc.


We are a professional membership organisation with charitable status, concerned with all matters relating to improving population health and wellbeing. We have approximately 4,000 members worldwide.

We help develop, and set standards for the public health workforce. We oversee the training of the next generation of public health consultants, including setting and managing their post-graduate public health exams. We also support their further development through the rest of their career. We are a place for public health professionals across the UK and internationally to seek advice from others working in the same area and to share ideas, new research, best practice and learnings. We also campaign to improve the public’s mental and physical health and wellbeing, seeking to help influence a broad range of public health topics – from tobacco to transport, children’s health to climate change, violence to viruses.

Appointment of a Senior Membership Systems Officer

This is an exciting time to join FPH as we seek wider engagement from our membership and strengthen our role through our workforce strategy and our policy campaigns. The Corporate Affairs team is responsible for the organisation’s infrastructure including finance, facilities and IT as well as membership.

The Senior Membership Systems Officer role is pivotal to the functioning of this department and the organisation. It will be a challenging and rewarding role providing the appointee with an opportunity to increase their skills in the area of systems and processes. It may well be a career step for someone looking to move into a more technical role. We have recently secured Board approval to upgrade our membership systems and this role will be key in overseeing that the systems are thoroughly tested and satisfy requirements before implementation. This will be achieved by working with staff members to translate the requirements document into business processes and developing testing criteria.

You’ll have excellent administrative skills and be able to hit the ground running in delivering a busy programme of work. You’ll be able to juggle a range of different activities and be good at collaborating with others and developing new ideas to improve the way we work. It is essential that you have skills in and understanding of MS Dynamics CRM, relational databases, Excel, Word and Document Core Pack.

We are a small staff team of just 18 staff with passionate and expert members and we are all active participants in the development and delivery of our current strategy, and you will need to engage with our membership in order to support our objectives.

We hope you will be as ambitious for your own professional development here as you are in helping us grow our membership and effect change. And, finally, we want you to have fun and challenge yourself at work – it’s even in the job description.

How to apply?

Download the Candidate Information Pack here.

Application is by CV and a covering letter which should indicate why you are interested in applying for the Senior Membership Systems Officer role and how you meet the role requirements. Please send this to Paul Venning via If you would like a call to discuss the role in more detail, please email Paul ( to arrange a convenient time.

We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.

The closing date for applications is Friday 10th December 2021 but applications will be considered as they come in so, please do apply at your earliest convenience.

FPH is fully committed to equality of opportunity and diversity to ensure that we reflect the full breadth of the people we aim to support. We warmly welcome applications from all suitably-qualified candidates.