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Senior Licensing Executive – Operations


Role Purpose:

 To facilitate a consistent and transparent approach to the licensing of institutions.

• Plan and deliver reviews and approvals in accordance with our Key and Core documents

• Monitor and report on continued  PEI licence compliance

•  Contribute to organisational competence for key stakeholders including the planning and delivery of seminars, workshops and training sessions

• Attend and contribute to key EngC committees                                                          

• Participate in joint Licensing activities with external bodies

• Contribute to the delivery of the QAC secretariat

• Monitor and develop Registration Agreements                                             

• Review and maintain Key and Core Licensing documents and other documenation

•  Conduct staff liaison and establish/build relationships with Licenced Members and Professional Affiliates

•  Support and, when required, deputise for the Licensing Manager

•  Participate in other activities, including projects, where directed (including certification to external standards)

Authority:  Will operate within delegations approved by the Licensing Manager

Internal contacts EngC staff, Board/Committee/Panel members, Liaison Officers, other volunteers

External Contacts: Professional Engineering Institution staff, Professional Affiliate staff. Professional Engineers and Technicians, Members of the public

Financial Responsibility: Within delegations

Key technical skills: 

·       Ability to communicate at all levels (written and oral), including capturing complex discussions on paper and producing readable, factual reports. (Essential) 

·       Ability to work to and evaluate processes and improve them to obtain the required outcomes. (Essential) 

·       Able to work flexibility and effectively with others, to develop, influence and maintain relationships with key stakeholders. (Essential) 

·      Demonstrable negotiation and influencing skills. (Essential) 

·       Ability to identify and manage potentially contentious situations. (Essential) 

·    Understanding and appreciation of customer/stakeholder needs and relationship management. (Essential) 

·       Demonstrate tact, diplomacy and recognise the need for confidentiality when required. (Essential) 

·       Demonstrable IT competence, particularly MS Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook & PowerPoint) (Essential) Experience of SharePoint (Desirable)


·       Knowledge and experience of quality assurance and continuous improvement.(Essential) 

·       Knowledge and understanding of UK engineering profession. (Desirable) 

·       Experience of working for a membership organisation or similar professional body. (Desirable) 

·       Experience of working with committees. (Desirable) Experience of managing volunteers in a formal setting (Desirable)

Key Behavioural Competencies: Able to demonstrate grade D competences particularly: 

·       work on own initiative and as part of team.

·       manage time and resources effectively and efficiently, prioritising where necessary to meet deadlines, and with minimal supervision.

 ·       develop, influence and maintain effective relationships internally and externally.

 ·       ability to negotiate and influence where appropriate commitment to continual improvement - proactive in seeking to improve processes.

Qualifications: Graduate or equivalent (Desirable)


Relevant professional membership or qualification (Desirable)

Reference number: BA10026


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