Nominations for MWF Vice President - Join the team!

04 September 2014
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Dr Yasmin Drabu has stepped down from her role as MWF Vice President; and we are therefore inviting nominations for the position of Vice President (job description here). Under the Constitution, the Vice President will be elected for two years.

This is an ideal and varied opportunity for an individual to become more involved with MWF, leading women in medicine. The opportunities you are exposed to in this position will really boost your CV and career!

Nominees must be proposed and seconded (by an MWF Member) using this nomination form. A CV – 1 side A4 maximum stating name, date of qualification, brief career resume, MWF membership and service. Along with a brief personal statement detailing why you are suitable for this position.

The post involves (full job description here): 

  • Representing MWF on external committees and at other events
  • To work with the other Officers in the running of the organisation
  • To respond to Consultations
  • To support the President with specific projects and campaigns
  • To attend the Officers, Council and Annual General Meetings 

The nomination form should be completed and along with your CV be returned to Central Office by 4pm Friday 3rd October 2014 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Please do not hesitate to get in contact if you have any queries about the role.

 

Medical Women's Federation
Tavistock House North,
Tavistock Square, London,
WC1H 9HX
admin@medicalwomensfederation.org.uk
Tel: 020 7387 7765

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