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The Irish Thoracic Society

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Job Description:

The Irish Thoracic Society is the national organisation representing respiratory healthcare professionals on the island of Ireland.  The society is dedicated to leading and advancing the care of people with respiratory illness through its work in advocacy education and research. The scope of the Society’s work encompasses the spectrum of respiratory disease: Asthma; COPD; Cystic Fibrosis; Interstitial Lung Diseases; Lung Cancer; Sleep Disorders; Tuberculosis; Lower Respiratory Tract Infections, Paediatric Respiratory Disease.

The role of the Membership and Administration Officer is to support the Society’s work in leading and advancing the care of people with respiratory illness in Ireland. In particular, this person has a key role in developing and maintaining the Society’s membership (respiratory healthcare professionals from throughout Ireland) and supporting the Society’s educational programme including supporting the co-ordination of the ITS Annual Scientific Meeting and other events throughout the year.  

 Job description

Maintain and update ITS Membership Database

Monitor and respond to the needs of members

Help retain and grow ITS Membership

Co-ordinate communications to members on events, educational opportunities and general updates – develop profile and capacity of ITS as official Information Hub for Respiratory Healthcare Community in Ireland

Maintain and update ITS website

Support financial reporting and management

Support maintenance and development of  governance policies

Support office administration – eg sourcing stationery and other supplies

Provide support and assistance around organisation and management  of educational and other events.

Provide administrative support to the CEO as required  

Person Specification

At least two years experience (or other relevant experience) of office administration.

Excellent communications skills: verbal, written, report writing and presentation

Excellent organisation and record keeping skills

Good computer skills with competence in email, Microsoft office and Wordpress.

The ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

Flexible, innovative and adaptable to change

Good self-starter with ability to work on own initiative


Permanent / Part-time


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