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Events and Membership Coordinator

Wirtschaft & Fundraising
Dienstort London
Dienstverhältnis Teilzeit
Veröffentlicht am 01.02.2024

Association of Chairs

The events and membership coordinator is pivotal to the day-to-day running of the Association of Chairs (AoC). You will play a key role in ensuring a high-quality experience for our members and prospective members, providing services to help them with their effective leadership of charity boards. You will coordinate our delivery of a wide and varied range of events, training and resources and look after membership bookings, renewals and reporting. You’ll also help to develop our administrative processes and provide support to our own trustee board. The role will suit someone who’s organised and proactive, and excited by the opportunity to learn about leadership and governance in the UK charity and not-for-profit sector. You’ll work closely with the Interim CEO and a small, collaborative team, with plenty of opportunities for development.

Why work for the Association of Chairs?

AoC champions Chairs of charities and social enterprises across the UK and supports them to manage their boards and lead and govern their organisations effectively to achieve their charitable aims. We offer a unique peer network, a lively programme of specialist events, an e-newsletter and a variety of digital resources. We have an established base of around 1000 members and run approximately 50 open events per year, providing training, expert insights and peer support for Chairs. In addition, we run a range of bespoke events in partnership with others, for particular groups of charity Chairs.

The Association of Chairs (AoC) is in an exciting period of growth and change. The team and Board, led by our Chair, Joe Saxton, are currently finalising our next 3-year strategy which will see us expand our membership community and offer a wider range of products, services and member benefits. If you join us, you’ll be helping a wide range of charities to succeed and change the world for the better. You’ll be helping the leaders of charities to lead them well.

What are the benefits for you?

This is a key role in a well-respected and well-networked charity. Additional benefits of the role include:

Ability to work flexible hours – we are happy to adapt the role to the right candidate, working between 3 and 5 days a week
12-month contract with the potential to shape the role further and extend beyond the initial period for the right candidate
Hybrid working between home and our office in a lively co-working space for charities and social enterprises near London Bridge
Pension (4% of eligible earnings)
Access to our Employee Assistance Programme
Time off for trusteeships or other governance roles
Training and development opportunities
An opportunity for wide exposure to the charity sector

Want to know more? Check out our full information pack attached below to learn more about our important work and who we’re looking for.

Recruitment timetable

Applications close: 9am, Monday 19th February 2024

First stage interviews: W/c Monday 26th February and Monday 4th March 2024

How to apply

Please submit your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are interested in applying for the role and how you meet the role requirements. This should be submitted via the CharityJob platform using Quick Apply, which will anonymise your application to ensure our recruitment process is consistent and fair.

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