Graduate Trainee Salary £27,000

Flexible working, with some evenings and early starts.

A mixture of office (central London) and home working is anticipated with this role.

The Graduate Trainee programme offers the opportunity to learn and develop as an individual, contributing at a key moment in time to a renown historic institution with a vision to deliver better health care for better lives.

The role encompasses working in a busy Learning Directorate to deliver cutting edge education at a time of real change and need in health care, your role will be to work in the teams which plan, organise and deliver education events.

Key aspects of the role are to support senior health professionals to make impact through events, updates and showcases, the key purpose of this role is to provide co-ordination, forward planning, budget management and logistical support to our Learning Directorate including Section events as well as newly developed income generating programmes.

Responsibilities include:

  • Planning
  • Education programme delivery
  • Learning Directorate Support

As a Graduate Trainee you are expected to be professional and proactive, applying customer-focused processes to enhance procedures and take a high level of ownership for the area of work for which you are responsible. This role supports and provides guidance to member led specialist medical Section Councils and the RSM Learning Directorate in the forward planning and running of in person events as well as webinars/virtual events - complying with agreed Service Level Agreements (SLA).

For more information, please see the job description

To apply please send your CV and covering letter (please ensure you provide a covering letter) quoting reference RSM0020 to

Closing date for applications: There is no closing date we will be sifting and interviewing candidates as we receive suitable applications so please ensure you provide a contact number and email address.

The RSM is committed to equal opportunities for all our applicants and we will not discriminate in regard to protected characteristics including age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race (which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. We will not discriminate because of any other irrelevant factor and will build a culture that values meritocracy, openness, fairness and transparency.

The RSM is also committed to the safeguarding and fair processing of information received from candidates applying for positions and fully complies with the spirit and regulations of the GDPR. For a full statement about the type of data that the RSM keeps about job applicants and the purposes for which it is kept, please read our fair processing notice for job applicants for more information.