Help make the highest-profile events in the engineering calendar dates to remember.
This is an exciting opportunity for a highly organised events professional to work for Britain’s national academy for engineering, which brings together the UK’s most eminent engineers from all disciplines to promote excellence in engineering.
Engineering is at the heart of our nation and our future: transforming ideas and materials into global infrastructure, products and services that increase the wealth and health of our economy and society.
Working as part of our events team, you’ll help us implement our events strategy, specifically in the areas of event participant liaison and team administration. Crucially, you’ll be responsible for the customer online event booking process and managing events on CRM (Microsoft Dynamics).
We need a true self-starter with excellent administrative and IT skills and experience working in an events environment. Naturally, you will be exceptionally organised and methodical with meticulous attention to detail, and you will be passionate about making things happen.
To be successful, you’ll need excellent written and verbal communication skills, coupled with the ability to build and foster great working relationships with colleagues of all levels. In short, you will bring everything it takes to make every event a success – and to take us to the next level.
If you would like to know more, please download the recruitment pack from our website via the apply button.
Closing date: Midday on 10 December 2018.
Interview date: 9 January 2019.
In recognition of our continued dedication to workplace diversity and inclusion, the Academy has been named one of the Inclusive Top 50 Employers in the UK. We are also a Disability Confident Committed employer.
The Royal Academy of Engineering is an equal opportunity employer and values the diversity and different perspectives that people from diverse backgrounds bring to their work. It is the Academy's policy to ensure that no job applicant or employee is disadvantaged or receives less favourable treatment because of age, disability, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, gender or sexual orientation.