Be part of the vision; be part of RIBA
Salary: up to £36,220 per annum
Location: London/Hybrid working
Hours: 35 hours per week, permanent contract
Why Join us?
The RIBA offers an amazing employee benefits package which includes (a) a generous pension scheme with employer contributions (up to 12%), (b) life assurance, (c) annual leave of 27 days plus bank holidays and paid closure of 3 discretionary days between Christmas and New Year. For more details on our benefits click here
Hybrid Working/Remote Working
About the Role
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is a professional membership body and a cultural institution driving excellence in architecture. We serve our members and society in order to deliver better buildings and places, stronger communities and a sustainable environment.
Reporting to the Head of Education Projects and working with the Education Projects Administrator as a valued member of a small and friendly team, you will develop and deliver a diverse range of projects and initiatives within broad guidelines and with limited budgets.
The primary purpose of this post is to develop and coordinate core projects and activities with a focus on the management of RIBA’s international programme of scholarships and bursaries; on promoting and delivering initiatives that are of relevance and benefit for architecture students, graduates, academics, and practitioners; and on contributing towards the successful delivery of RIBA’s well-regarded global programme of education awards.
What are we looking for?
- Ability to work in a highly organised and resourceful manner
- Excellent numeracy and literacy skills
- Able to work with a high level of confidentiality and attention to detail.
- Excellent interpersonal, diplomacy and communication skills
- Capable of successfully delivering a diverse range of initiatives and projects with experience in one or more of the following areas: event management, project management, higher education administration, arts administration, academic research, grant administration, committee support
- Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Word
- An appreciation of architecture, design, or other creative disciplines and professions is very desirable
If you would like to apply for the position, please view the full job description below (found at 'supporting documents') and submit your CV and covering letter using the form below. (for this position, “Work Examples” are not required so please submit your CV or covering letter again in this field). Additionally, please ensure that you complete our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form which will be submitted separate from your application.
Closing date: Friday 24 March
Interview date: TBC
Due to high volumes of applications we are unable to respond to everyone, however, should you be shortlisted for interview we will be in touch. We may also close an advert earlier than the date above if we receive enough quality applications.
Please note that you must be able to demonstrate that you have the Right to Work in the UK. We are unable to proceed with any candidates who cannot show the relevant documentation so please only apply if you meet these criteria. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer visa sponsorship.
RIBA aims to be an inclusive employer, committed to building an authentic and diverse environment where all are encouraged to be themselves. We champion work/life balance and welcome requests for flexible working across our organisation. We value applications from all sections of society and appreciate divergent experience, therefore if you are excited about the role and working with us, yet your past experience may not align perfectly with every single skill or competency, we encourage you to apply anyway.
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