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City of London, Greater London 1.25 miles
Up to 26,500
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Job Title: Educational Programmes Officer

Reports to: Head of Educational Programmes

Contract: Permanent

Salary: up to £26,500 (depending on skills, qualifications and experience)

Hours of work: Generally 37.5 hours per week, but occasional extra hours required (see below). The pattern of hours may vary according to operational needs but generally work will be carried out between the hours of 9.00-18.00. 

Location:The CASE Europe office is located in London.  Many events are London based but some conferences are held elsewhere in the UK and continental Europe.  Overseas travel will be required.

Holiday: 20 days per annum, plus statutory holidays. The CASE Europe office is closed between Christmas and New Year, which is not included in your annual holiday entitlement.

Position Purpose

To be responsible for the effective planning, management and delivery of our events, working with the Educational Programme team.

The Organisation

CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) is the premier membership organisation for advancement professionals within education.

We define the advancement professions as a community of practice which includes alumni relations, fundraising, marketing, communications and related fields in external relations.

CASE is a global education not-for-profit association that advances education to transform lives and society. Advancing education in over 3,600 member institutions, CASE has more than 80,000 individual members in over 80 countries.

Broad and growing communities of professional practice gather under the global CASE umbrella. Currently these include alumni relations, development services, digital, communications, fundraising, government relations, marketing and web. These professionals are at all stages of their career and may be working in universities, schools, colleges, the arts and cultural sector or other not-for-profits. CASE membership also includes many corporate partners. CASE uses the intellectual capital and professional talents of an extensive network of volunteers to advance its work.

With headquarters in Washington, DC, CASE has had a London office since 1994 serving the UK and the rest of Europe, an office in Singapore since 2007 serving Asia-Pacific, and an office in Mexico City since 2009 serving Latin America. CASE Europe is a registered charity in England.

The staff of the London office work with members based both in the UK and across continental Europe. CASE Europe’s annual programme includes producing over 25 annual programmes, including one day, multi-day and residential conferences for training and networking.


  • Plan, manage and deliver a high calibre educational programme for members and non-members producing significant learning opportunities for all level of advancement professionals.
  • Personally plan, manage and deliver a portfolio of educational programmes events per annum with key input to the CASE Europe Annual Conference, demonstrating exceptional event management and logistical skills.
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with CASE Europe’s volunteer network, demonstrating exceptional volunteer stewardship, in the delivery of the educational programmes.
  • Actively contribute to the development of each event and/or programme, as measured by formal and informal feedback in order to advance the development of CASE Europe’s educational programmes portfolio.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Planning, management and delivery of a number of CASE Europe programming each year from inception (catering, booking venue space and responding to the practical needs of speakers and delegates) to conception (on the day management; set up of the venue, catering, AV, delegate materials, and registration) and follow up evaluation analysis;
  • On the day delivery of events and programmes as needed;
  • Creating and monitoring budgets for assigned events;
  • Coordinate planning committee meetings, take minutes, circulate and liaise with committee members accordingly;
  • Work with relevant programme chair and senior CASE Europe staff in drafting events programmes;
  • Work closely with third party suppliers;
  • Learn and use the organisational database and customer management systems;
  • Assist programme chairs with recruitment of programme volunteers and effectively steward them;
  • Assist in a collegial way with all CASE Europe departments and internationally with global colleagues across CASE;
  • Support communications and marketing of events, including email promotions and updating the website;
  • Maintain a broad awareness of trends in the wider events sector as well as the education sector by developing and maintaining an active network of sector peers;
  • Support the administrative processes of the Educational Programmes team
  • Any other duties as assigned by the Head of Educational Programmes

Person Specification

Key Qualifications & Experience:

  • Educated to degree level with strong organisational skills and the ability to work to tight deadlines;  
  • Demonstrable experience in events/conference management, learning and development or related field;
  • Experience managing volunteers;
  • Experience programming content;
  • Experience of the principles of good customer care and relationship building;
  • High comfort level with IT systems and multi-media at off site venues;
  • An ability and willingness to undertake, and deal effectively, efficiently and appropriately with administrative responsibilities;
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Database Management; 
  • Exceptional inter-personal skills with the ability to communicate at all levels: senior staff, members and volunteers from the sector and external organisations
  • Good written communications;
  • Well-developed organisation skills with a keen eye for detail;
  • Excellent time management and prioritisation skills with ability to manage multiple projects;
  • Negotiation skills: particularly with venues and contractors;
  • Analytical and logical nature, with ability to work in highly organised manner;
  • Ability to take a task from the start to completion working on initiative and without supervision;
  • Confident financial skills for budgeting;
  • Able to multi-task and balance a busy workload, managing several projects simultaneously;
  • A self-starter with a strong desire to learn.

Desirable Skills:

  • Events marketing and promotions experience;
  • Previous experience in an association context;
  • Ability to work autonomously, show initiative and be creative;
  • Ability to understand and work with people of a variety of different cultures;
  • Demonstrate presence and social skills needed to represent CASE, work with senior executives and interact with academics and administrators;
  • Preferably a second language;
  • Empathy with the culture of education
  • Previous experience of organising events internationally.


  • Demonstrable interest in education and for the mission of CASE;
  • Strong commercial, market-led approach;
  • Friendly but robust manner;
  • Ability to work well as part of a small team and on own initiative;
  • Readiness to work unsocial hours on occasion (e.g. evenings and over weekends at conferences);
  • Confident personality.
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Posted on: 18 October 2019
Closing date: 10 November 2019
Job ref: CE_EPO/181019
Tags: Fundraising
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