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Member relations manager

RIBA is seeking a member relations manager to join its team in London.

Be part of the vision; be part of the RIBA.

The RIBA champions better buildings, communities and the environment
through architecture and our members.

Salary: £30,720 – £35,840
Location: 76 Portland Place
Hours: 35 hours per week, full time, permanent

The RIBA’s London region is a small but dynamic team which supports
some of the best architects in the world. Our 12,000 members are based
across London but work all around the world. We work closely with all
our members to provide them with support, business opportunities and
high-quality training to help them maintain their global reputation.
As times and needs change- so do we.

With the increasing involvement of members in London in the work of
the RIBA, we are creating a new member relations team focusing on
member relationship creation, development and management. The aim
is to broaden the appeal of the RIBA to our existing members and to
make it more attractive to potential members.

Under the leadership of the member relations director, this new
collaborative member facing team shall be responsible for membership
recruitment and retention activities with individual architects,
architectural practices and schools of architecture. Through liaising with
members and potential members, engagement with London
architectural groups and regional council and external partners to
increase local level engagement of those outside the Institute.
We are seeking an enthusiastic, friendly and conscientious member
relations manager to develop, manage and deliver our annual program
relating to membership growth and retention. Tasks may include
motivating and supporting member-led activities, communicating to
members via various channels, curating engaging events for different
audiences on architectural and non-architectural themes.

You will have a knowledge and preferably experience of working in
architecture or a related creative industry, or of a similar management
role in a related organisation. You should have proficient desktop
publishing and design skills. Clear and effective written and verbal
communications skills, including an ability to engage and communicate
with a professional audience, are essential for this role. Excellent project
management, organisation and accurate numerical skills are also
essential.

Evening and weekend work will occasionally be required. Regular travel
around London and occasional UK and international travel may also be
required.

To view the Job Description and to apply for the position, please send a
CV and covering letter using the link provided.

Closing Date: 9 April 2018

Interviews: Week commencing 16 April 2018

We welcome and encourage job applicants from all backgrounds and
sector experience.

Registered Charity No. 210566

Click here to apply.

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