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We are looking for an experienced Events and Courses Executive (Events Coordinator) with excellent communications, interpersonal and administrative skills to join our Learning team. This is a great opportunity for a creative and organised events professional to join a charity that focusses on supporting doctors to deliver medical imaging and cancer services.
The Events and Courses Executive (Events Coordinator) role sits within the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) Learning team which delivers approximately 50 educational and learning activities per year. In this role, you will use your skills and experience to support the RCR Learning team by planning, delivering, and iterating a strategic programme of high-quality educational events, digital learning resources and courses that will take place in person, online and in a hybrid setting. You'll work alongside two Learning Executives and the wider team to deliver activities on time and on budget, with an enthusiasm for seeking ways to improve RCR members and fellows' experience of our educational and learning activities.
The successful candidate will need strong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise effectively as they will be working on several projects concurrently. The role is highly collaborative, working with colleagues across the RCR as well as our Learning Committees and faculty, comprised of clinical radiologists and clinical oncologists.
If you are looking for an exciting and impactful role that supports doctors' learning and development, find out more in the Events and Courses Executive candidate pack.
Why join us?
Make a difference to the lives of Doctors and the specialities they work in every day!
Hybrid working (60% working week can be done remotely)
Modern working environment
Equipment provided to work from home
Generous annual leave allowance
Excellent pension scheme
Interest free season ticket loan and cycle to work scheme
Employee Assistance Programme
The past does not have to determine the future. The Difference is a new education charity, founded to improve the life outcomes of the most vulnerable children by raising the status and expertise of those who teach them. By 2030 we want a new story on school exclusion:
- People - The best teachers working with the children who need them most – A third of the 350 schools for excluded pupils in the country have beneﬁtted from a Diﬀerence Leader leading improved practice and outcomes for excluded children in their setting; and are part of a growing Community of Schools through which The Diﬀerence learns more about eﬀective practice and policy to improve life chances of excluded young people.
- Practice - An evidence base of what works with the most vulnerable shared widely – The Inclusive Leadership Course has shaped the strategic approach of over 1,000 of the 3,500 secondary schools nationally, leading to lower incidence of school exclusion in individual schools. Meanwhile research ﬁndings, school tools and development experiences by The Diﬀerence inspires hundreds of teachers each year to join The Diﬀerence Community, learning from what works to improve childrenʼs safety, wellbeing and learning.
- Policy – Changing incentives are reducing exclusion and improving preventative investment – Schools whose outcomes buck the trend for vulnerable children are identiﬁed, facilitated and ampliﬁed by The Diﬀerence, inﬂuencing other schools and policy-makers. Local, multi-academy-trust wide and national policies which help and hinder excluded pupils are identiﬁed through our research; and changed through our advocacy relationships.
From next academic year, The Diﬀerence Executive team need a new colleague to support them across the whole organisationʼs work: orchestrating the rhythm of the year with internal and external work and events; managing correspondence with a growing number of externals; coaching the Directors to use their time strategically to have the most impact, and working closely with our trustee team to oversee the continuously improving work of the charity. Could you make this diﬀerence?
- Purpose driven - Our work is guided and galvanised by our values and beliefs. We are problem-solvers, and do not wait to act. We are inspired by our purpose to improve life-chances of the most vulnerable young people, and to develop new expertise in the teaching workforce.
- Strong relationships - We prioritise genuine relationships over transactional interactions, and know that this requires deliberate relational practice and achieves the best outcomes. We see those we work with as people ﬁrst and their roles second; and know this greater trust allows us to take more risks, gain more feedback and have greater impact. Working through a network of relationships allows us to achieve more than we could do alone.
- Internalised locus of control - We work hard to reframe diﬃcult situations to discover what we have within our power in terms of solutions. We take it upon ourselves to walk towards challenges and can take a high level of ownership and agency in our work and its continuous improvement. We never shout “ﬁre” without ﬁrst picking up our own bucket.
- Scientiﬁc approach - We take a diagnostic approach to unpicking causes of problems. We are loud and proud of our failures, recognising failing fast and often is key to ﬁnding the best solutions. We test solutions and are willing to use data and feedback to make adjustments and choose new directions. We look for a measurable shift in outcomes before we declare we are having an impact.
- Not squeamish about structural inequalities - We believe patterns of inequality can and should be disrupted. We strive to be clear-eyed about how these inequalities work, and both the individual practice and system-changes required to address them. We push ourselves to overcome awkwardness in talking about this; and to begin with acknowledging our own biases and blind spots.
- Value voices of dissent and diﬀerence - We are brave enough to share our minds with others; and nurture that bravery in our collaborators. We build feedback loops to learn from othersʼ perceptions – especially if they diﬀer from our own. We donʼt mind disagreement, are wary of group-think and seek out diﬀerent perspectives to make our work stronger.
- Asset-based - We work hard to avoid deﬁcit thinking and aim to start with whatʼs strong, not whatʼs wrong. We are careful not to frame our colleagues and stakeholders - particularly young people and families – as othered victims but instead to recognise their agency and to talk with and about them with empathy and respect. We build relationships with, feedback loops from, and recruit into our teams, people who have the assets of insights into our delivery work and the young people we work with.
The Challenge Ahead: Executive Assistant
The Difference is a growing charity, in both the size of its team and the reach of its delivery. As our delivery and team both grow, we must develop our ability to manage competing strategic priorities and their demands on our time, and to communicate and collaborate effectively across a wider group of colleagues, Trustees and external stakeholders. This requires a high level of coordination, strategic time management, and internal communication that we have not needed until now - qualities which we hope you will help to foster and grow.
As the Executive Assistant, you will work closely with the CEO and Directors to develop a deep understanding of the organisation’s strategic goals, how they interrelate, and the operational approaches designed to achieve them. Through this understanding, you will support the Exec team to manage their time and input towards the charity’s goals; ensure effective communication across The Difference team and with external stakeholders; as well as personally delivering on key projects across the charity.
Key Tasks Required of this Role
Strategic support for CEO & Directors
- Play a strategic role in balancing competing priorities, to ensure that sufficient time is given by CEO and Directors to each of the organisation’s objectives.
- Manage the CEO’s diary on an ongoing basis to ensure it continuously reflects current priorities, and responds to emerging needs.
- Support the CEO in preparing for meetings - through both written and verbal briefings - and ensure communication of key headlines to relevant team members.
- Coordinate Directors’ meetings, supporting the creation of agendas, and helping to determine how questions and topics are prioritised across the year.
- Support on the delivery of cross-organisational projects, focusing on topics such as team development; ways of working; culture and values.
- Manage CEO and Directors’ logistics, including travel arrangements, venue booking and processing expenses.
Internal Communication & Collaboration
- Own and maintain an accurate organisational calendar, ensuring teams are aware of one another’s capacity across the year, and can plan accordingly.
- Deputise for the CEO in internal meetings, to ensure that adequate briefing can be given to the CEO meaning ongoing oversight is not lost when external meetings are given priority.
- Project manage key cross-organisational events, such as conferences and school visits, ensuring timely input from all relevant team members.
- Develop shared processes & norms to nurture constructive communication with internal & external stakeholders.
- Project manage production of board papers, including support with writing them, and ensuring timely input from across the Difference team.
- Plan and coordinate Board meetings, including supporting the CEO and Chair to set agendas, and ongoing communication with all Trustees.
- Take and distribute Board minutes, and ensure timely follow up on any actions.
- Organise and coordinate Trustee engagement events, e.g. social dinners and school visits
- Manage correspondence between CEO and external stakeholders, including categorising incoming mail, and triaging or delegating to other team members where relevant.
- Ensure a welcoming experience of The Difference for external stakeholders, both for those visiting the office, and those reaching out via email or social media.
Operations Team support
- Assisting the Operations Team, updating the staff leave sheet as well as helping with the induction and onboarding of new staff members.
- Updating policies and processes, to ensure key staff documents are kept up to date
- Manage the office, updating the office tracking sheet, ensuring meeting rooms and resources are available, and liaising between team and office staff.
- Self-direction/autonomous worker - Evidenced capacity to take high levels of ownership over your work, proactively anticipating problems that may arise, diagnosing need and changing course quickly; taking initiative within the role to ensure success.
- Ability to take ownership over your self-development, proactively diagnosing skills and information gaps and making use of others’ expertise to continually grow your skills, and make a success of tasks at hand.
- Strong communicator - A clear communication style which is concise and effective - both verbally & written - as well as strong interpersonal skills.
- Stakeholder management - Evidence of having established, developed and managed effective relationships with a range of senior stakeholders.
- Organisation & project management – A track record of coordinating projects to tight timelines and a high standard, communicating proactively if timelines need to shift; as well as sharp attention to detail and thorough approach to organisation and project management.
- Agility in problem-solving – Ability to thrive in a fast-paced start-up environment, comfortable with making decisions in ambiguous contexts and rapidly diagnosing any need to reprioritise and change course; ability to think creatively/laterally and strategically to find the most effective solution.
- Values – A career or personal experience which evidences shared values with The Difference (see above) and a personal commitment to our mission to improve life outcomes for vulnerable people.
- Experience in start-up/charity sector - An understanding of the fast-paced nature of start-up, and/or how small charities work.
- Experience of diary management for senior colleagues.
- Experience of coordination across broad teams - You may have worked in another role which sits across different functions within an organisation.
How To Apply
Please email our jobs account no later than Sunday 10th July, including the following:
- When submitting your application, a link with questions will be sent to you to complete as a part of the application process.
- Your CV including references (maximum two pages)
- Your salary expectations and notice period (if applicable)
- Confirmation of right to work in the UK
- How you found out about the role/where you saw it advertised
For an informal and confidential discussion about the role prior to application, please contact our jobs account with a brief summary of your experience and questions that you have. We will attempt to offer calls to those who want, but please bear in mind that this may not be possible within our team’s capacity.
We are committed to building a diverse team and strongly encourage applications from under-represented groups in the charity sector such as people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQ+ people, people with disabilities, people with experience in the care system, non-graduates and first-in-family graduates.
As part of our commitment to fairer recruitment, all applications will be assessed with names and any protected characteristics redacted.
Are you an optimistic, solution-focused admin assistant with a ‘can do’ attitude who is looking to develop your career?
About the role
This role offers an exciting opportunity for you to play a key role in providing a range of efficient secretarial and administrative services to our Service Directors. As the Admin Assistant for the Leadership Team you will work as part of our Leadership Admin Team, reporting to the Leadership Admin Team Leader. You will be exposed to the workings of the organisation, with consistent opportunities to learn about what the Leadership Team at St Mungo’s does, and how they do it.
In this role you will:
- Provide administrative support to our Service Directors, establishing and maintaining effective administrative processes
- Build relationships with the Service Directors and the wider Leadership Team and Client Services Leadership Team, and work with the rest of the Leadership Admin Team to ensure that efficient and effective administrative support is consistently provided
- Provide support, including minute-taking, for a range of key organisational meetings
We are looking for an enthusiastic, proactive, and well-organised person for this Admin Assistant role. You will enjoy dealing directly with the public or customers in a busy service environment. To succeed, you will have the ability to work as part of a team and to initiate and maintain highly positive and effective working relationships with others. You will also have very strong written and oral communication skills; excellent attention to detail; strong IT and typing skills; and a good practical knowledge of Microsoft Office. Other requirements are the ability to process confidential information with the utmost discretion; and to manage your time and multi-task to deliver against agreed deadlines.
We seek to develop fast, self-motivated learners with transferable competencies and skills rather than expecting you to have necessarily worked in the same kind of role or organisation before.
What we offer
Excellent Development and Growth Opportunities
- We hold Investors in People Gold accreditation – one of just 3% of Housing Associations to achieve this. 82% of staff who took part in the survey say St Mungo’s is a great place to work.
- We are committed to developing all of our staff via routes such as secondments, transfers and promotion. In 2019 35% of our vacancies were filled by internal promotions.
A Diverse and Inclusive Work Place
- Equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the organisation's values and how we work.
- We are proud of our commitment to diversity and inclusion and have 8 great Diversity Networks to support clients and staff from different backgrounds so they are able to be their best selves.
Flexible Working and Other Benefits
- We are committed to maintaining your work/life balance. We offer 25 days annual leave, and operate a very popular Flexi Time scheme, which allows you to supplement your annual leave entitlement. After 5 years, staff annual leave entitlement increases to 28 days.
- St Mungo’s contribute 4% of your gross annual salary, and you are able to enrol in the Defined Contribution scheme following a successful probationary period in which the employer contribution is 6%.
What we do
At St Mungo’s our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions. As a homelessness charity and housing association, our clients are at the heart of what we do, and in 2019 – 2020 we supported 32,800 people across all of our services. Our staff are crucial to making this happen.
How to apply
To find out more and apply please go to the St Mungo’s careers page on our website.
To view the job description and guidance on completing your application form, please click on the ‘document available’ tab at the top of the advert page on our website.
Closing date: 4th July 2022
Interview and assessments on: 14th – 15th July 2022
Please be advised that all appointments will be made on St Mungo’s current standard Terms and Conditions (T&Cs); this also applies to any internal candidates.
The Disability Charities Consortium (DCC) brings CEOs and policy leads from the UK’s largest national not-for-profit disability organisations together to work with Government to ensure disabled people’s experiences are reflected in UK policy making.
The DCC Secretariat will provide strong administrational and strategic support coordinating regular meetings of both the CEOs and the policy leads. They will oversee the group’s annual review and support forward planning including, but not limited to, stakeholder mapping, database management and producing correspondence and other written material.
This Secretariat role is hosted by Mencap and will be based at our London office 123 Golden Lane, EC1Y 0RT. There may be a requirement to travel to other consortium members' offices. This is a part time fixed contract for 2 years. We can offer flexible working hours to suit the successful candidate.
At Mencap, we value a diverse and inclusive workplace and we intentionally plan for the success of our colleagues in everything we do. We welcome applications from everyone, so come as you are and join us. Together we are Mencap!
You will be able to demonstrate proven experience of working within a pressured and fast paced administrative role. Flexible in your approach, you will have the ability to manage multiple tasks at any one time and prioritise your own workload. You will have advanced computing skills in Microsoft Office packages, excellent verbal and written communication skills and experience in taking accurate minutes.
Please ensure your CV demonstrates the following:
- Previous proven strong administration experience (at least 2 years)
- Proven experience of supporting a management team or equivalent
- Proven experience of drafting letters and correspondence in line with company policy
- Proven experience of minute taking
- Advanced computer skills in all Microsoft Office packages
- An understanding and interest in the issues faced by disabled people
The DCC members are: Scope, Leonard Cheshire, Disability Rights UK, National Autistic Society, Mind, Mencap, Sense, Royal National Institute of Blind people (RNIB), Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID), and Business Disability Forum (BDF).
At Mencap you will be able to access our wide-ranging benefits package including our pension scheme and ‘Mencap Extras' which gives you access to cash back, discounts and benefits at high street stores, restaurants, cinemas, gyms and more. In addition, you will also be able to access a number of development opportunities.
If you feel that this role is for you, please apply with a full and up to date CV that demonstrates how your skills, knowledge and experience meet the Person Specification and why you want to work for Mencap. Please contact Kirsty in our recruitment team for more information.
Please note that there are two Job Descriptions available to download. Whilst the content is the same, one is a word document for accessibility.
This vacancy will close on Sunday 10th July and interviews will take place via Teams w/c 11th July.
We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader and welcome applicants with disabilities to apply for all roles with us. To find out more about the scheme please visit the direct gov website.
As well as knowing that what we do is making a positive difference to people’s lives, you will receive fair pay and have access to a wide range of rewards and benefits as one of our employees.
- 32 days holiday (including bank holidays) increasing to 35 days with long service plus the ability to buy up to another 10 days via our HolidayPlus scheme
- Service related sick pay when 6 month probation is completed
- Eligibility to join Mencap Pension Plan where Mencap matches contributions up to 5% on a salary sacrifice basis meaning NI savings. If you don’t join the Plan you start, you will be auto-enrolled after three months with us.
- Membership of Mencap Pension Plan to include up to 3 times salary death in service live cover AND Income Protection of 50% salary to be triggered at 26 weeks of long term sickness
- Loans for debt consolidation, bikes, computers and phones when you have been with us for 6 months
- Interest free season ticket loans
- Discounts and cashback from 3% to 30% at high street shops including major super markets, cinemas, gyms, leisure/theme parks, holidays and much more via Mencap Extras
- Opportunity to purchase a health cash plan to claim towards dental, glasses, therapy etc.
- Free access to round the clock employee assistance program for advice and support
- Quarterly award scheme and recognition at every 5 years through our YouRock program
- Access to award winning training and development
*T&C's apply based on contract
We work in partnership with people with a learning disability, and all our services support people to live life as they choose. Everyone wants a purposeful job - to do something meaningful. At Mencap, we can give you that. You will have opportunities to develop as a person, colleague, leader and activist. We want to make you feel inspired to reach your potential.
Our work includes;
- providing high-quality, flexible services that allow people to live as independently as possible in a place they choose
- providing advice through our help lines and web sites
Special Projects Editor (Latin America)
Position: Special Projects Editor (Latin America)
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Permanent
Start time: ASAP
Application deadline: Monday July 11th, 9am. Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis and early applications are recommended.
How to apply: submit a cv, cover letter and portfolio to apply @ chinadialogue. net with ‘Application: Special Projects Editor (Latin America)’ in the subject line by 9am on Monday 11th July.
A SHORT SPIEL HERE (CHINA DIALOGUE SEEKS…) AND INCLUDE VERY BRIEFLY WHAT WE DO AND OUR VALUES
China Dialogue Trust is seeking a special projects editor (Latin America) to lead the organisation’s Latin America team, planning and overseeing editorial and the delivery of multiple special projects. This is a rare opportunity for a journalist and editor to join a dynamic and expanding global team with a unique reputation for pioneering high-quality and impartial reporting on the social, climate, and environmental dimensions of the China-Latin America relationship. The Latin America special projects editor will write, edit, commission, and disseminate original and engaging stories that shed new light on the China-Latin America partnership and will help develop our existing network of contributors, and national and regional media partner organisations. They will also oversee the strategic development of the Diálogo Chino website, identifying and implementing opportunities to enhance the reach and impact of its stories. The ideal candidate will have exemplary project management skills and strong leadership qualities, will be proactive, highly organised and self-motivated, with excellent writing and verbal communications skills.
Leadership of the China Dialogue Trust’s Latin America editorial team and special project researchers
Oversight of coverage and editorial project deliverables for the Diálogo Chino website
Managing copyflow and developing improved workflow systems where necessary
Working with the CEO and COO on fundraising and strategy development
Chairing Latin America editorial team meetings, reporting to wider China Dialogue editorial meetings
Researching, commissioning, planning and coordinating editorial, including special projects
Working alongside the assistant editor on sub-editing and proofreading articles
Supporting the production team and assistant editor to prepare content for online publication
Coordinating with production team on images and multimedia elements of content
Supporting the production team and assistant editor to upload content to the CMS system
Working with the social media team to promote content via social media and other publishing platforms
You may be asked to perform other duties as required by the CEO, COO and other team members from time to time.
An understanding of, and commitment to, the work and values of the China Dialogue Trust;
An understanding of the political and geopolitical context of the Latin American and Caribbean region;
Proven interest and literacy in environment and climate change, preferably with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean;
The capacity to lead editorial projects and to foster innovative approaches to knowledge sharing on global environmental problems and climate change;
Strategic vision of the role of information in generating positive change and how to deliver for maximum impact;
Flexibility and ability to multitask; verbal and cross-cultural communications skills;
Experience in editorial commissioning;
Fluency in Spanish and/or Portuguese
Ability to work independently and with teams across time zones.
Experience in investigative long-form, multimedia, data or feature journalism;
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Salary - £31,470 to £37,024
Hours - Full-time
Location - City Road EC1 with hybrid working pattern
Benefits - Excellent package including 27 days annual leave + bank holidays
We believe that people’s sight matters and wish to strengthen our committed and passionate team by appointing a grants officer to join our grants and research team.
We are the main grant-making and fundraising charity for Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (Moorfields) and its academic partner UCL (in particular the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology), two world-leading institutions. The majority of our support funds innovation and research into eye health, and within that we have an emphasis on building capacity and developing the careers of researchers and clinicians.
We have ambitious plans. We are putting into action a new five year business plan that will see us grow to expand from our current commitment to raise and fund around £6m annually to become a £10m a year charity. In addition to our ongoing grant-making programmes, we have a phenomenal once-in-a-century opportunity to create Oriel, a new home for eye care, research and education, bringing together Moorfields and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology. This new centre is expected to open in 2026-27 and will be located near St Pancras in London.
About the role
You will join a friendly and supportive grants and research team and support the entire grant management life cycle, both pre and post award, of a very diverse and growing grant portfolio. The charity have a number of grant-making programmes, which you will be central in helping to deliver. These include our response mode grant-making and philanthropy supported activities which together are focused on investing in world-leading eye research, education and care to transform the lives of people with sight problems.
You will be the primary point of contact for applicants and other stakeholders throughout the grant management process, ensuring they are supported and managed in a professional and timely manner. This would include communicating feedback to applicants on funding proposals following decision making. With the funding manager you will deliver drop-in advice sessions and assist with development of content that advertises funding opportunities and showcases the impact of the charity's funding.
Our close proximity, and working relationships, with Moorfields and its academic partner UCL (in particular the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology) are very important to this role. A successful candidate will enjoy working with academics, clinicians and other hospital staff, supporting their engagement with, and applications to, our funding programmes.
We are looking for an individual who is interested in developing or expanding their career in grants management within a growing grant-making charity. You will have a qualification in a biomedical sciences/health subject.
- You will also have research experience in an academic or clinical setting and an understanding of research funding processes in a grant-making charity.
- You will be an excellent communicator, able to build confident working relationships at all levels. An ability to network and liaise with scientific, clinical and research communities will be key to your success in this role.
The closing date for applications is 13.00 (GMT) on Tuesday 5 July 2022.
Interviews are expected to be held, ideally in person, between 12-15 July.
Your application should include your CV and a supporting statement (of no more than 2 pages) which addresses the following points:
- how your experience applies to the role
- why this role specifically appeals to you
- why you want to be part of the team at Moorfields Eye Charity
If you think you could do the role, but don't have all the desirable experience, we would still welcome an application from you.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The purpose of your role
You will be working within the Alumni and Ambassadors team, which looks after all of our programme alumni. You will be working as part of the Networks side of the team, supporting alumni to set up their own networks which contribute towards Police Now’s mission. You will also support our alumni’s ongoing professional development through virtual and in-person events aimed at supporting their career progression. As part of your role as Alumni Network Officer you will actively build and maintain relationships with our alumni, ensuring they stay in touch with Police Now and continue demonstrating their impact after finishing one of our programmes.
Through this work you will actively support alumni to continue to have a positive impact in communities and to actively contribute to Police Now’s mission throughout their careers
Network building and management
- Build strong, credible and sustainable relationships with Police Now alumni.
- Assist with the recruitment and training of volunteer network leads from across our alumni community and equip them with the skills they need to build sustainable networks, including community organising and community building.
- Provide on-going support for network leads to foster learning and collaborations in their local, regional and national networks.
- Work with the Participant Impact and Development team on the early identification of participants demonstrating potential for promotion and/or drive to become network leads.
- Take the initiative to set up networks in partnership with our alumni that are relevant to issues faced in policing by frontline officers.
- Identify opportunities to connect with and bring alumni together.
- Generate and execute new ideas for engaging our alumni and connecting them across force boundaries.
- Design and send out a monthly alumni newsletter and a quarterly internal newsletter updating alumni and staff on progress and opportunities.
- Adapt communications to suit different audiences across a range of different platforms, working with the marketing and communications teams to use social media to connect with Police Now alumni.
- Invite alumni to events the team are running and track their registrations.
- Work with the other Alumni Network Officer and alumni to deliver professional development events aimed at supporting alumni to progress in their careers and develop their leadership skills.
- Support the Progression team in delivering events and using these as an opportunity to network with alumni.
What you’ll need
- An excellent understanding and passion for Police Now’s mission and values.
- A good understanding of UK policing, or ability to immerse yourself in the sector and learn quickly.
- An understanding of community organising and the theory behind it (or demonstrate an interest in).
- Demonstrated ability to build professional, credible and long-lasting working relationships beyond your own network.
- Experience of setting up or being part of an active network.
- The ability to positively influence others at different levels of the organisation.
- A high level of personal resilience that allows you to manage ambiguity and competing demands.
- Experience of working with high levels of autonomy as well as excellent teamwork.
- Good oral and written communication skills.
- Experience of adapting communication style to different audiences.
- Demonstrated ability to plan and run events that deliver a high quality delegate experience.
- Willingness to travel within England and Wales and to work occasional evenings as required.
What you'll get from us
- A bright, airy, modern and buzzing office in Zone 1. Please note that during the Covid-19 pandemic, online/remote working and inductions may occur. Employees are expected to be based at least 3-days per week in the London office.
- A supported working from home set-up with the technology and certain equipment required.
- Competitive salary of £30,000- £36,500 per annum (dependent on location and experience)
- Flexible working
- 27 days holiday each year plus bank holidays
- Access to a benefit platform, which includes salary sacrifice schemes such as cycle to work and smart tech as well as access to over 750 retailers and discounts.
- Sanctus coaching (private mental health coaching for the workplace)
- Access to the Vitality programme which includes healthcare benefits, an Employee Assistance Programme and discounts
- Training opportunities for personal development
- Participation in a pension scheme (with 6% employer contributions and 3% employee contributions)
This is a fixed-term contract covering maternity until September 2023.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.