Accreditation Manager – BVA, London W1/hybrid working

Are you ready to lead the charge in transforming workplaces within the veterinary profession? We’re on the lookout for an Accreditation Manager to head up BVA’s Great Workplaces accreditation scheme. In this role, you’ll be the driving force behind positive outcomes for workplaces, awareness in the sector, and operational excellence.

As the Accreditation Manager, you’ll be at the helm of our accreditation scheme, ensuring it not only meets but exceeds the expectations of the veterinary profession. Your leadership and experience of working in similar schemes will be the key to unlocking the scheme’s success.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a new accreditation initiative at the start and help shape the way we support and deliver this workplace accreditation scheme. You have the opportunity to make your own mark on the scheme and guide our continuing development.

There’s no requirement to manage others, but you’ll have a supportive team around you to bounce ideas with and a dedicated marketing manager to work with.

If you’re interested in this exciting opportunity, please see the role profile. The starting salary for this role is £47,867 plus a generous benefits package.

To apply please send your CV with a covering letter, explaining why you are interested, how your skills meet the role profile, and how you would make an impact, and giving an indication of your current salary, by email to Anita Maddox at

The closing date for receipt of applications is 9am on Monday 12 February 2024. First interviews will be held during the week commencing 19 February and second interviews during the week commencing 26 February 2024.

BVA recognises the positive value of diversity, and we welcome applications from all sectors of society. We would particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups within the not-for-profit/membership sector.

BVA operates a hybrid working policy.



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