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Senior Events Officer

We are seeking an experienced, dynamic event organiser to join our London team as a Senior Events Officer.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record in organising large hybrid conferences and smaller meetings, ideally in an international context. You will be highly organised, an excellent forward planner and able to take your own initiative. Attendance at events will be required that will at times be outside of normal working hours.

Salary range £30,000 – £33,000 per annum depending on experience. This is a full time, permanent role, with the opportunity to work in our London office and at home. ADI offers flexible working, an 8% employer contribution to a contributory pension scheme, employer-sponsored pension guidance and a cycle to work scheme.

Download the job description for the Senior Events Officer role

To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to

Interviews are being held on a rolling, ongoing basis so we encourage any and all interested applicants to apply as soon as possible.

About us

ADI is the worldwide federation of Alzheimer associations which support people with dementia and their families. ADI was founded in 1984 and registered as a non-profit organisation in the USA. Based in London, ADI has been in official relations with the World Health Organization since 1996.

ADI’s vision is risk reduction, timely diagnosis, care and inclusion today, and cure tomorrow. ADI works by empowering Alzheimer associations to promote and offer care and support for people with dementia and their family carers, while working globally to focus attention on dementia and campaign for policy change from governments. ADI produces global socioeconomic information on dementia and publishes the World Alzheimer Report as well as a host of other publications. ADI’s current strategic plan can be found here.

ADI is a federation that primarily works by empowering its member associations, taking into consideration their geographical and cultural diversity. Each of our members is a non-profit Alzheimer association supporting people with dementia and their care partners. We can only achieve our aims if we work closely together with our members and other nongovernmental organisations. More information can be found here.