Professional Membership and Licensing Team Manager

Do you want to play a part in supporting professionals working across the energy industry to meet society’s energy needs and tackle climate change? Do you love working with people, and helping them to succeed?


Who we’re looking for:

Do you want to play a part in supporting professionals working across the energy industry to meet society’s energy needs and tackle climate change? Do you love working with people, and helping them to succeed?

We are looking for an effective and talented team manager and problem solver, with five years’ experience of working in a membership, assessment or training environment, to join our friendly team. You’ll be overseeing all of our professional membership, registration and accreditation operations, working with our experienced team to take us forward to the next stage in our evolution – streamlining processes and procedures, developing the way we accredit university and company programmes and moving forward our approach to assessing applications for professional membership, registration and other titles, including making good use of systems and IT. You will be ensuring that our processes are simple and accessible, quality is embedded in all we do, and we deliver a great customer service to everyone we work with. Volunteers make an important contribution to our work, so you will also be making sure that our volunteer interviewers, assessors and committee members feel appreciated and engaged, and that they are appropriately trained and supported.

Who we are:

The Energy Institute (EI) is the chartered professional membership body for people who work across the world of energy. Our purpose is creating a better energy future for our members and society by accelerating a just global energy transition to net zero. We do this by

What you’ll do:

This role is part of our friendly, London-based Professional Affairs team. We manage everything to do with membership and professional development support for members, from students through to fellows. We aim to help members progress, gain professional recognition, and keep learning throughout their careers.

Managing a team of four, the main responsibilities will include:

  1. ensuring that professional titles awarded by the EI are accessible to all who meet the standard and that assessment is robust, consistent and free from bias.
  2. monitoring team performance, and ensuring that all processes, procedures are appropriate, effective and fit for purpose

The knowledge, experience and attributes you’ll need:

Experience

Knowledge, skills and attributes

We hope that you will also have a general interest in energy and climate change but no specific knowledge or experience in the energy sector is required.

Salary: £40-£45,000 per annum depending on experience, plus benefits

Benefits:

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to hr@energyinst.org by close of play, Tuesday 28 June.

A full job description can be downloaded here