Circa £46,000 p/a depending on experience, plus excellent benefits package
Hours: Full Time 35 hours per week
Salary: Circa £46,000 p/a depending on experience, plus excellent benefits package
Do you have in-depth knowledge of structural engineering? Do you enjoy working and collaborating with a range of stakeholders to share learning and insights? Are you interested in making structures safer?
If this sounds like you, take your next step with us.
We are the Institution of Structural Engineers. The world’s largest membership body dedicated to the art and science of structural engineering.
CROSS (Collaborative Reporting for Safer Structures) helps professionals and others to make structures safer. We do this by publishing safety information based on the reports we receive and information in the public domain. CROSS is a trusted provider of free safety information for the built environment.
This unique and dynamic role will manage the day-to-day operations of CROSS in the UK including the acquisition and processing of CROSS reports and management of the CROSS systems including the website. You will be analysing confidential information, identifying trends, and making recommendations to Government and industry to improve structural and fire safety.
Your role will be supporting, working, and collaborating with the CROSS Expert Panels, contractors, consultants, specialists, volunteers, and other key stakeholders to ensure scheme objectives are met. Developing publications and initiatives for CROSS in the UK and supporting the CROSS international schemes’ development will be part of your responsibilities.
You will be part of a small team reporting to the Chief Operating Officer.
To be shortlisted for this post, you must have:
- Knowledge of regulations and requirements relating to the built environment.
- Excellent project management skills with the ability to devise and deliver a programme of activity and work under pressure to meet tight deadlines.
- Practical structural engineering experience across a broad range of projects and the construction industry.
- An appetite to learn, build on knowledge and current experience to influence the built environment and structural and fire engineering industry.
- Proficient computer skills.
- An understanding and appreciation of the management of confidential information.
What we can offer you:
A 35-hour working week with flexi time, plus first-class benefits. Based on the edge of the city, our office is bright, modern and open plan.
Please note, we reserve the right to close or extend this position depending on application numbers. Therefore, we urge candidates to apply as soon as possible. Applications are sifted on receipt and shortlisted candidates are contacted to invite to an interview.
The Institution does not hold a visa sponsor licence, therefore, applicants who do not have the right to work in the UK and/or require visa sponsorship in order to continue working in the UK cannot be considered.
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