Membership Manager- Permanent

Employer
Michael Page Human Resources
Location
Edinburgh, Scotland
Salary
£27000 - £29000 per annum
Closing date
21 Jul 2022

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Sector
Not for Profit/Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Type
Advisor
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Job Details


The Membership Team is responsible for servicing and managing the memberships. The organisation has recently invested in a new CRM system and we have been working hard to support our members in the transition to digital communications. This newly-created role will help the Society to realise the investment in this new system and continue to develop member communications, ensuring excellent customer service for the membership.

Client Details

New position within a well known organisation based Edinburgh (West)

Description

Main Duties:

  • Managing the Membership function within the Secretariat including managing the Membership Team and building the team's capability;
  • Devising and implementing membership communication strategies, liaising with the organisation Secretary and the Marketing Team to ensure alignment with the overall brand strategy.
  • Overseeing the ongoing development of the CiviCRM system, liaising with the developer and managing the internal Project Administrator.
  • Managing the administration and support of the organisation's Membership functions including managing new member applications, keeping the membership database updated, processing payments and managing membership mailings;
  • Assisting the Secretary with development and promotion of membership benefits;
  • Dealing with telephone and email enquiries from members, directors, the public and other stakeholders, in a timely and appropriate manner.

General:

  • Managing the distribution of incoming departmental mail on a daily basis and ensuring it is dealt with in a timely fashion;
  • Providing general support to the Secretary and assisting the Secretary and Governance Officer with supporting the Board of Directors as required;
  • Developing an understanding of the work of the organisation, its Charter and Bye-Laws and making and maintaining relationships with its stakeholders;
  • Undertaking other duties as appropriate and required.

Profile

  • Experience of managing and developing a team;
  • Demonstrable customer service focus;
  • Professionalism, self-motivation and flexibility in approach to the organisation's requirements;
  • Excellent planning, organisational, communication (written and oral) and administration skills;
  • Good attention to detail;
  • Problem solving skills, capable of using own initiative when required;
  • Proficient knowledge of the Office Suite, particularly Outlook, Word and Excel; knowledge of CRM systems would be advantageous but not essential as training will be given;
  • Ability to plan and prioritise own workload, taking into account various time constraints and pressures;
  • Ability to work conscientiously with minimum supervision;
  • Confidence in communicating appropriately with contacts at all levels with tact and diplomacy;
  • Respecting the need for confidentiality within all aspects of the role;
  • Due to the location of the position, a full driver's licence would be advantageous.

Job Offer

  • Permanent
  • Annual holiday entitlement beginning from 20 days per annum, in addition to 10 public holidays and up to 4 discretionary Directors days to be taken between Christmas and New Year
  • Contributory pension scheme under which the organisation contributes 10% of basic salary on the provision that you contribute 6%.

Company

Michael Page Human Resources is acknowledged as one of the leading recruitment companies for human resources with over 30 years of recruitment expertise and a team of specialist consultants based in offices nationwide.  If you’re looking for permanent or temporary job opportunities in human resources, let us use our extensive network and strong relationships to help you find you the next step in your career.

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