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Salary: £28,000 to £32,000 per annum

Location: Ideally hybrid with 1-2 days/week at our office in Bermondsey, London, but we’re happy to consider either fully remote or fully office-based

Hours & contract: Full time, 35 hours/week including occasional evening and weekend work

Applications close: 9am on Monday 13th May 2024


About us

The PVRI is a small charity with a global reach and an important purpose: to reduce the burden of pulmonary vascular disease. We’re working to achieve this by bringing together an international network of professionals to improve clinical care, education and PVD research. Our network comprises thousands of clinicians, scientists, academics, regulators and industry partners. They are supported by our small staff team, and together we deliver conferences and symposia, e-learning and a quarterly academic journal Pulmonary Circulation. Many of the professionals in our network are also active in regional and disease-specific workgroups, each designed to address the most urgent challenges in local care, research and the development of effective treatments.


About the role

We are seeking a new Project Coordinator to provide administrative and project support our Workstreams and Task Forces.

The job involves co-ordinating and servicing meetings across different time zones, maintaining workgroup records, developing surveys, pulling together academic papers for publication, event planning, and project work.

We’re looking for someone with excellent organisational and administrative skills, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to write and adapt complex information to produce clear, accurate and accessible documents in English. You’ll need strong IT skills, and the ability to juggle competing demands with efficiency, tact and good humour.


Please view/download the Recruitment Pack and Equality Monitoring Form here or below.


PVRI is a diverse and inclusive organisation. We value lived experience and we’re genuinely open minded about your background. If you think you have what it takes to make a real success of the role, we would love to hear from you.

Applications will be judged against the criteria set out in the Person Specification, so please ensure that you reference these clearly in your supporting statement.

Please email Katie at

The closing date is Monday 13 May 09:00 BST


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