Salary: £25,000 per annum
Working Hours: Full time, 35 hours per week
Contract: Fixed term contract for 2 years with possibility of extension
Location: Flexible between the Central London office and home working
Our client is a membership organisation for professional bodies and learned societies across the disciplines of science. It promotes the advancement and dissemination of knowledge of and education in science for public benefit.
They believe that every scientist has a responsibility to society, and themselves, to work with integrity, keep their skills and knowledge up to date and consider how their efforts affect the world around them.
This organisation is a charitable body that sets the standards for practicing scientists, through professional registration.
They recognise the need to increase and enhance routes to registration and therefore will be establishing a new Routes to Registration Committee this year. They are looking to recruit a Registration Coordinator to lead on this exciting new project. In addition to setting up and running of the Committee, you will support the administrative work of the Registration and Licensing Team to ensure standards are maintained.
Responsible for the Committee’s programme of work you will prepare relevant papers for meetings and ensure follow up actions are completed.
Responsibilities to the Registration and Licensing Team will include supporting the management of registration systems with a particular focus on non-standard routes to registration along with accurately maintaining the Salesforce CRM and other records. There will also be a requirement for you to recruit, train and support volunteers within the team.
You will need to have demonstrable experience of supporting the implementation and delivery of projects from end to end with the ability to identify and develop innovative solutions. You will be self-motivated, and process driven with excellent communication and MS Office skills.
It would be advantageous to have experience of setting up and running committees or working groups and an interest in science and an understanding of the science workforce.
Closing date for applications: 10pm Sunday 6 February 2022
Interviews: Friday 18 February 2022
This organisation is committed to equal opportunities and value diversity within the workforce. Applications will be treated with strict confidentiality.
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