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Why work for the Renal Association?

The RA is committed to creating and sustaining an inclusive, positive, fair and mutually supportive environment, where people can work productively together. We accept, respect and value people with diverse identities and backgrounds and believe our differences make us stronger and more effective in achieving our goals. 

We offer competitive salaries, a generous contributory pension scheme, paid leave, and a training budget. We are committed to a flexible approach to working, to support the various patterns that suit the different needs of our staff. We promote wellbeing, offering a variety of provisions, including a comprehensive employee assistance programme and salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme.

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Office Administrator

We are looking for a self-motivated administrator with up to date skills in online administrative solutions, committed to delivering high-quality work. You will bring enthusiasm, a proactive attitude and great interpersonal and customer service skills to the team.

Job Description

Salary: £23,688 (pro rata £11,678.20)

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Half-time, 18½ hours per week, flexible working 

Location: UK Renal Registry office, Filton, Bristol (currently working remotely)

The role: This part-time role is key in the administration of the Renal Association, providing essential support in a variety of areas, combining a broad range of office administration and data processing support, communicating effectively with a broad range of stakeholders.

How to apply: For further information on the role, or to apply, please email  Please include in your application your CV and a covering letter outlining your experience and skills highlighting your suitability for this vacancy, against the requirements outlined in the job description. 

This advert will close when sufficient suitable applications have been received


NICE accredited clinical practice guidelines 

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22nd Annual Report

Analyses about care provided to patients at UK renal centres.

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A report on the nationwide collection of AKI warning test scores. 

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