Skip to main content

Job vacancies

Browse the latest job vacancies at the HFEA.

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) is the independent regulator of fertility treatment and embryo research. We license and inspect clinics and laboratories to ensure safe, effective services for everyone affected by fertility treatment. We hold the largest database of fertility treatments in the world.

On this page you can browse and apply for vacancies. To get alerts of new jobs as they become available, follow us on Twitter @HFEA and LinkedIn.


Corporate Performance Officer

We are looking for a Corporate Performance Officer for our Planning and Governance team to manage the performance management system and admin functions for the monthly Corporate Management Group meetings. This is a full-time position; however, we may consider part time hours for an exceptional candidate.

Reporting to the Risk and Business Planning Manager, you will manage the performance management system used by the HFEA, creating monthly performance reports for our senior management team and the Authority (our board). You will also conduct dip-checks on the performance data submitted and manage the internal incident management system. You will be the secretariat to the Corporate Management Group meetings, booking rooms, setting agendas, taking minutes, and monitoring actions.

You should bring a good working knowledge of performance management and KPI tracking, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and good working knowledge of Office 365, especially Excel. Knowledge of working with PivotTables, graphs and charts is desirable.

Closing date: Sunday, 11th December 2022

Apply for the Corporate Performance Officer role on NHS jobs


Scientific Inspector

If you are a scientist with recent laboratory experience, we are looking to recruit you to join our team of inspectors.

You will take responsibility for managing a portfolio of HFEA licensed centres. You will be able to work independently; to make professional judgements on the impact of non-compliance; to be resilient when managing difficult situations and be able to make proportionate and effective recommendations to promote compliance. You should be committed to promoting a culture of continuous improvement.

Interviews for this role will take place on Wednesday 21 December at Redman Place.

Closing date: Sunday, 11th December 2022

Apply for the Scientific Inspector role on NHS jobs

Review date: 25 November 2024