Basic Salary £31,526 with excellent benefits Life assurance plan, Pension scheme with 12% employer’s contribution, 26 days annual leave plus bank holidays, Private healthcare care (BUPA) option, Health screening, Interest free season ticket loan, Cycle to work scheme, Employee performance recognition
Permanent, Full Time
My client a reputable and established chartered institute based in Central London is currently searching for a Communities Executive.
To support the volunteer communities in delivering their corporate objectives by providing Communities Managers with high quality administrative support; doing this within the institute’s values and behaviours of Community, Integrity and Progress.
Support the Communities Managers with the administration of boards, committees and working groups, including organising/scheduling meetings, producing agendas and papers, and, where appropriate, taking minutes and recording actions.
Assist in the coordination of member-led working groups developing life-long learning offerings, including the production of surveys, assisting with meeting logistics and updating records.
Assist in the development of all forms of regular member communications, including liaising with the necessary internal contacts.
Assist with event management including contacting speakers, liaising with Events Managers and presenters, and assisting in collating written materials and slides.
Ensure information is continuously updated for all boards, committees, and working groups on central records, mailing lists and the institute website.
Support Communities Managers in collating information for regular reports, research outputs and other trackers.
Liaise with the Policy, Public Affairs, Research, Events, Internal Communications and General Counsel Teams in completing activities for boards, committees and working groups.
Liaise with senior members and other volunteers by email, phone, video conferencing and face-to-face meetings in a timely, professional and diplomatic manner.
Update the Communities pages on the institute’s website.
Provide any other support to Communities Managers or the wider team as required.
Knowledge and Experience Required
Educated to at least ‘A’ level standard or equivalent
Good written communication, and excellent interpersonal skills
Able to prioritise, use own initiative, and multi-task to balance a busy workload
Excellent attention to detail
Good IT skills (Outlook, Word, Powerpoint, Excel, social media)
Ability to work collaboratively as part of a multi-site team
Strong organisational skills
Experience in minute taking
A team player
Take personal ownership on delivering high standards of service to agreed departmental and organisational benchmarks
Adaptable in non-routine or non-standard situations
Tact and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive and confidential matters.
Experience of working with volunteer communities
Experience in producing management information and report writing
Experience of working across different teams or directorates
Experience of supporting research
Experience of working in a regulatory/membership environment/financial sector
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