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Project Support and Stakeholder Engagement Officer

Posted on Dec 12, 2018 by Richmond Business Improvement District

London, London United Kingdom
Public Sector & Government
Immediate Start
Annual Salary
Full-Time

Project Support and Stakeholder Engagement officer

Salary: £28-£30k

JOB PROFILE:

  • Reporting to BID Manager - Providing day to day support to include arranging meetings and events
  • You will assist with event planning, co-ordination and delivery including managing invitations/responses, attending the event to manage registration, set up equipment if required
  • Stakeholder engagement is integral to the role. Engaging with businesses and a direct link for their feedback a
  • Provide logistical assistance for events such as consultation breakfast/evening receptions/launches
  • Assist with management of the office databases (ACT). This will include keeping all records up to date, managing regular mail outs to business both in hard copy and electronically
  • To maintain records in accordance with good practice, internal policies, and relevant legislation
  • To assist with office duties such as filing, maintaining stock of publications, ordering stationery
  • General administration duties i.e. answering phones, taking minutes at certain meetings, managing mail outs, welcoming visitors and providing refreshments
  • The work is largely office-based with attendance at meetings, events and conferences usually a feature of the work (occasional out of hours ie early starts/slightly late evenings)
  • This is a new role and the position will grow with the person in the role to take on further areas of interest. Duties are likely to vary as your role develops, so you will need to be flexible and tailor your support services accordingly

KEY SKILLS:

  • Demonstrable experience to meet the requirements of the post
  • Enthusiasm and appetite to become involved and be an integral part of the team with a varied range of tasks
  • Microsoft office skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) , good accurate typing skills with attention to detail is imperative
  • Use initiative to think proactively
  • Knowledge of ACT database would be beneficial but not essential although willingness to learn and take accountability for this area would be helpful
  • Ability to adapt flexibly to new priorities and additional tasks where required
  • The ability to work as part of a team, and on your own initiative, is essential, along with the skills to be flexible, multitask and work to demanding deadlines in a busy working environment.

Plan and prioritise work to manage conflicting tasks, meet delivery deadlines/ targets, review progress, with minimum supervision

Reference: 599337078