Assessment and Credentialing Co-Ordinator

Role: Education

Location: London

Contract Type: Fixed-term

Closing Date: 08 December 2021

Salary: £28,000

Specific Hours: 35 Hours Per Week

Assessment and Credentialing Co-Ordinator


We have an exciting opportunity for a confident Assessment and Credentialing Co-Ordinator to join our Education and Professional Development team.

You will support the successful delivery of high-quality assessments through effective and efficient process co-ordination. Reporting to the Assessment & Credentialing Development Manager, you will also be assisting the wider assessment and credentialing team with high quality administration. You will work collaboratively with the wider organisation as well as key external stakeholders, developing and maintaining good working relationships to ensure the assessment processes are delivered to a high quality within stated timelines.

This is a really exciting time to join a small but dynamic team in the organisation.

Assessment and Credentialing Co-Ordinator Requirements:

  • Experience of coordinating and assisting the design and/or delivering of qualifications and/or assessments/examinations.
  • Experience of ensuring assessments/examinations are delivered to a high quality, in line with stated timelines and in line with standard operating procedures.
  • Experience of developing and maintaining good working relationships with key stakeholders, including senior members of a profession.
  • Highly effective verbal and written communication skills, including the production of high-quality meeting notes and minutes.
  • Ability to manipulate basic numerical data for reporting.
  • Experience of producing basic reports for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Demonstrable experience of successfully assisting projects.
  • Highly focused with excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to document information and maintain accurate records.
  • Customer-focused in approach.
  • Adaptable and able to use initiative and manage priorities in an evolving landscape.
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Good IT skills including MS word, Excel and PowerPoint

About the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS):

We are the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS), the professional leadership body for pharmacists and pharmacy in Great Britain. Our mission is to put pharmacy at the forefront of healthcare. Our vision is to be the world leader in the safe and effective use of medicines.

What we offer

We have a friendly, supportive, and collaborative work environment with an attractive remuneration package. Benefits include excellent work life balance (35- hour work week & flexitime), professional learning and development opportunities, 33 days’ holiday, with the option to purchase additional annual leave, multiple discounts from major stores, Ride2work, interest free season ticket loans and enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption pay.  We host regular social events, and you can get involved in our diversity and inclusion groups, and charity fundraising initiatives.

We continue to support our employees to work flexibly and from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. When our London office re-opens, there is an expectation for this role to work from our London office on occasions where there is a need to do so; until then, the majority of the role can be done at home.

We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates and people of all abilities.


Location: London (Flexible)

Type:  Fixed-term contract (12 months)- Fulltime

Salary: Up to £28,000 per annum

Closing date for applications: 8 December 2021

Interviews to take place week beginning 13th December 2021.


If you would like to learn more about the role, please view the job description here.

Application is by CV and covering letter / supporting statement outlining why you are interested and suitable for the role(s). Please note we will not accept CVs without a covering letter.

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