Website Institution of Structural Engineers
Are you an organised and confident individual with experience in the membership sector?
Do you want to develop your knowledge of the built environment sector and act as first point of contact for existing and potential members?
We are the Institution of Structural Engineers. The world’s largest membership body dedicated to
the art and science of structural engineering. We represent the best creatives and innovators in the
profession at a global level and tackling climate change is at the top of our agenda.
As a Membership Qualifications Executive you will act as secretary to the Application and
Professional Review Panel (A&PR Panel) and will process a variety of applications including (but
not limited to) Technician, Fellow and Associate. You will be involved in the production of
statistical reports to be reported to the A&PR Panel and Membership Committee and work
collaboratively across the teams within the Membership and Education Directorate.
To be shortlisted for this post, you must have:
• Knowledge of assessment procedures for professional membership bodies, and an
understanding of academic qualifications relating to Further Education / Higher Education
• Experience using CRM systems to ensure effective data maintenance
• Excellent interpersonal skills
Experience delivering administrative and secretariat support in the professional membership sector
would be advantageous.
What we can offer you:
25 days paid annual leave plus bank holidays and flexi leave
A pension scheme with up to 8% employer contributions
Private Medical Insurance
Permanent Health Insurance
Health Cash Plan
Employee Assistance Programme
We are based on the edge of the city, our office is bright, modern and open plan. We are a diverse and friendly workforce. We are presently operating an office based and remote working model and envisage a longer-term hybrid solution.
To read our full candidate pack and apply for this role, please visit our website: https://www.istructe.org/about-us/work-for-us/
If you require any reasonable adjustments to enable you to complete your application or would like us to apply reasonable adjustments when reviewing your application, please contact us as soon as possible to discuss your needs.
The Institution does not hold a visa sponsor licence, therefore, applicants who do not have the right to work in the UK and/or require visa sponsorship in order to continue working in the UK cannot be considered.
The Institution strives to have a diverse and inclusive workforce, where we can all be ourselves. We are an equal opportunities employer and value diversity and the perspectives people from different backgrounds bring. Applicants will not be excluded on the grounds of sex, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, race, marital status, disability, age, religion and belief or sexual orientation.