Marketing & Outreach Director (part-time)

The InChI Trust is a UK-registered charity which supports the development and promotion of the IUPAC InChI chemical structure identifier.   

The InChI has become a core part of the chemical information ecosystem since its initial release in 2005, and the Trust is looking to strengthen our community support, to enable further development and application of the standard. We are looking for a part-time role: 

Marketing & Outreach Director

We want to increase the support we give to the existing InChI community of users, to hold seminars and events where they can meet, share expertise and plan further developments together. We also have a great opportunity to promote the value of InChI to new users, members and partner organisations, so we are looking for an experienced Marketing and Outreach Director to help us build on and grow our community relationships. 

Further information for applicants

The role is part-time for 1 year in the first instance, with the commitments to be determined against agreed deliverables. As an indicator, we expect the Outreach Marketing Director being around 33% of full-time role. 

We see this as being a contract-based roles with individuals, but can discuss alternative arrangements should applicants be employed by another institution. No agencies please.  

The InChI community is worldwide, and we welcome applications from all qualified candidates from any region. 

If you would like more details on either role, please send an email to [email protected]. The recent InChI Symposium hosted by the NCI has presentations covering all aspects of the InChI, and the InChI Trust.    

How to apply

Please send a brief letter indicating your suitability for the role, together with a CV, to [email protected].   

About the InChI Trust

The InChI Trust’s mission is to deliver and support the implementation of the internationally agreed and widely adopted standard machine-readable chemical identifier, the IUPAC InChI, that enables global connections in chemistry for the advancement of science for the public benefit.