Student Member Engagement Executive
- Accreditation Requirements
- Not specified
About the Royal Society of Chemistry:
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has a student membership of over 11,000 individuals from across the globe made up of undergraduate students that are typically seeking a chemical science degree to Bachelors or Integrated Masters level. This audience are crucial for the long term growth of the membership of the Royal Society Of Chemistry and supporting them alongside their academic studies is a key tactic in creating a healthy pipeline to a growth in professional membership of the RSC.
As a Student Member Engagement Executive for the RSC, you will develop and deliver innovative activities that engage this audience with the activities of the RSC and increase usage of the benefits afforded to this audience through RSC membership. Much of this will be achieved through planned marketing campaigns, use of internal support systems and effective communication with the audience. You will also seek opportunities to grow the student membership of the RSC.
In this role you will also cultivate relationships with key contacts at academic institutions, predominantly focussed within the UK and ROI, but in key international institutions that are part of the RSC accredited universities community.
You will also work closely with the student led Chemistry Societies to develop a community of leaders within our student membership with the aims of creating a culture of understanding of professional development at each relevant institution.
What we are looking for:
- Possesses a degree in the chemical sciences and an understanding of the requirements and experiences a student will encounter when completing a Chemistry/STEM degree qualification and how a professional body membership can help.
- Able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, and to deliver effective recruitment talks and influence joining decisions.
- Able to make informed assessments and analysis and communicate these.
- A proactive approach to solving problems and developing new approaches, whilst balancing and prioritising across multiple projects, approaches and initiatives.
- Able to interact, influence and network competently with RSC colleagues, members and peers at other professional bodies.
- Able to provide reasoned opinion and objective advice to colleagues and members.
The contractual base for this role is our Cambridge office, however we are currently embracing hybrid working, and therefore you will have the opportunity to also work from a UK location other than this, as agreed with your line manager. Applicants should be aware that there is an expectation that employees will regularly attend the offices and travel as required in this role.
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If you are interested, please apply before the end of our closing date.
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