Job Title: Professional Registration Manager
Location: Gateshead, NE11 0AZ
Salary: From £24,370
About the Institute of Water
For over 75 years the Institute of Water has been the only professional body in the UK to exclusively support the development of those working in the water industry. Our goal is to enable our members to reach their full potential to drive the sector forward. We are inclusive, non-hierarchical, supportive and sustainable.
About the role
We are recruiting a Professional Registration Manager to manage the professional registration journey covering all levels of Registration in Engineering, Science and the Environment and to ensure compliance with the respective licences. The role also includes monitoring the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) of members and managing the Annual CPD Awards.
Specifically, this role involves:
- Managing applications – including payments – for professional registration
- Advising applicants and employers on the requirements and procedures for professional registration
- Promoting Professional Registration, including presenting online and at face-to-face events
- Liaising with assessors and arranging reviews and giving feedback to applicants
- Managing the pool of assessors, including currency/training and demographics
- Maintaining procedures, records and information in accordance with licence conditions
- Acting as point of contact for and representing IWater in meetings with licensing bodies
- Managing CPD monitoring and CPD Awards
- Supporting general membership and events process when necessary, including payments
- Good communication and interpersonal skills and a good command of the English language
- Good working knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook
- Good organisational skills
- Self-motivated but able to integrate into a small team
- Ability to prioritise workload
Key Result Areas
- Registration – including Assessor management
- Customer Service/Teamwork
We are offering a salary from £24,370 – depending on experience – plus a pension contribution of up to 8% after probation.
We have a generous holiday allowance of 25 days (not including bank holidays) and we operate an extended office shut down over Christmas and New Year.
Our offices are based on Team Valley and hours of business are 09.00-17.00 Monday-Friday (35 hours per week). We are currently working to a hybrid model and staff work from our offices 2 days a week. The role may require some travel throughout the UK and occasional overnight stays.
We appreciate a good work-life balance is important so we try to allow flexible working where possible and encourage and facilitate staff development.
We are a small team but you will also be working with our volunteers, our Board of Directors and the wider water sector, including water industry Chief Executives, Academics and partner organisations.
How to apply
Send your CV with a covering letter saying:
- What attracted you to the vacancy
- What you can bring to the role
- How you meet the Key Attributes
- How you would help promote professional registration
Together with contact details for two people who would be prepared to give you a reference to email@example.com
Closing Date: Monday 11th April
Interviews: 4 Carlton Court, Team Valley, Gateshead, NE11 0AZ – date to be confirmed
The Women’s Engineering Society was previously awarded a grant of £66,800 by the National Lottery Heritage Fund to run our WES Centenary Trail project.
The Centenary Trail Project Officer role is supported by the grant and is pivotal to the celebration of 100 years of the Women Engineering Society in 2019.
We are looking for an organised and enthusiastic project manager with an interest in women’s history, experience of working with volunteers and setting up events, with a bit of social media savvy.
Ideally you will have done some Wikimedia editing and be familiar with National Lottery Heritage Fund systems. This is an up to 11 month contract – June 2019/May 2020 depending on start date.
Salary £25,000 pro rata (22 hours per week) for up to 11 months. Part time (flexible working available). Home working but able to work occasionally at the WES office in Stevenage and travel across the country for meetings and to run events around the country when required.
Closing date Tuesday 30th April 2019. To apply please visit the website here.