|Employer||Society for the Environment (SocEnv)|
Society for the Environment (SocEnv) is incorporated by Royal Charter (2004) to license UK professional bodies to award their members with the qualification "Chartered Environmentalist" (CEnv) and Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech). There are currently 24 license professional partners through which 7,000 individuals have registered as Chartered Environmentalists (within the UK and across 60+ countries worldwide).
The 24 Licensed Bodies have about 500,000 individual members from whom they may draw future potential Chartered Environmentalists and Environmental Technicians who qualify to join the professional registers. The market for the Society's qualifications could draw from a potential international market and there are ambitious growth plans to deliver 10,000 individuals on the CEnv register by 2019. There is plenty of scope for long-term growth for this young organisation.
They work with their licensed bodies to deliver events and publications that showcase the work of its member bodies.
The company is also developing its policy voice - it aspires to provide key environmental insight on environmental challenges faced by the wide array of sectors it represents. This is achieved by facilitating policy collaboration between its licensed partners and external organisations.
Delivery of targeted marketing communication activities directly and through collaboration with SocEnv’s key partners that increase awareness of the organisation and supports growth in registrations
Benefits of this opportunity
The individual will be a critical part of a small not for profit business team. They will have the opportunity to develop and execute marketing plans that directly align with the strategic aims of the organisations. They will also work across partnership of 24 professional bodies to amplify our messaging. The individual will also work closely with our policy lead to ensure alignment of messaging and will cover the full marketing mix for the society including reviewing our product portfolio.
Future employment potential
This is a full time position within the Society. As part of our ambitious growth plans the Society is growing and marketing the value of what we do remains a critical part of our strategy going forward. This is a vital role for the Society with the potential to develop into a leadership / strategic position in the future.
Benefits of working with Change Agents UK
Change Agents UK is a not-for-profit organisation which enables students and recent graduates to work with businesses, local authorities and community groups to learn about and implement sustainable development, and become more employable. With this service Change Agents UK will provide:
• Enrolment onto our Skills Development Programme, utilising bespoke exercises to increase skill set and employability through self-evaluation, learning and the Change Agents Academy.
• Management support and networking opportunities.
• A monthly Change Agents UK Newsletter informing you of current sustainability news topics, up and coming events and workshops and a network of other change agents.
• Inclusion in the Change Agents staff and alumni networks: socials, networking opportunities, etc.
• Support in an organisation whose ethos is one of positive personal and professional development.
This recruitment is being managed by Change Agents UK, please direct all correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01572 723419
Employer: Society for the Environment
Salary (per annum pro rata): £25,000 per annum
Closing Date: Sunday 15th January 2017
Telephone Interview: Please be available for a telephone interview w/c 23rd January 2017
Interview Date: Monday 30th January 2017
Start Date: ASAP
Length of Opportunity: Permanent
Work outside normal hours: Not expected to be required – would only be in exceptional circumstances
Annual leave: 25 days per annum pro rata
Probation period: 6 months
Base: Coventry Techno Park
|Salary||£25,000 per annum|
|Hours Per Week||35.00|
Closed - no further applications permitted