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CMI's mission is to increase the number and standard of professionally qualified managers and leaders in the UK, and we are experiencing a period of phenomenal growth. As such, we are looking to recruit ambitious, passionate individuals who are not only driven by the values we hold as an organisation, but can also help us take our vision and mission forward into the future. It is an incredibly exciting time here at CMI and if you are collaborative, agile, dynamic, and ready to join our growing organisation with the ability to work at pace and bring new ideas, we would love to hear from you. Find out more about CMI's history.

We have just been named as number 59 in the 2018 Sunday Times Best Companies top 100 list of best not-for-profit organisations to work for, and are also an 'Investors in People' Gold award organisation, a standard achieved by just 7% of IIP-recognised organisations in the UK.

Please find a list of our current vacancies and how to apply below. If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact our HR team at talent@managers.org.uk.

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Current CMI Vacancies:

Senior Marketing Executive

Location - London or Corby with flexible working
Closing Date For Applications - 1st July 2019

Salary - Competitive and dependent on location

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced marketing professional to develop engaging resources and tools and to implement end-to-end campaigns across multiple channels to promote and drive sales for a range of products and propositions across B2B and B2C markets.

Ideally, you will have substantial, proven experience within a role marketing products. In this role, you will provide support to the Marketing Manager through the implementation of campaigns and the creation of supporting resources to maximise sales.

Using a combination of creative and analytical skills, you will need to be comfortable developing content across multiple marketing channels in addition to analysing the effectiveness of campaigns using tools such as Google Analytics to drive continuous improvement.

We are looking for someone with strong stakeholder management skills, as you will work with numerous teams and departments at all levels across the business to deliver projects.

You will be working in a dynamic, collaborative and driven team, seeking to deliver innovative solutions and results across the business.

We're looking for someone who is:

  • Highly organised with great attention to detail
  • A self-starter and has a ‘can do’ attitude
  • Data-driven with the ability to analyse the effectiveness of content and campaigns
  • A strong team player
  • Results-orientated, embraces challenges and meeting deadlines
  • Has the ability to work at pace without compromising quality
  • Passionate about personal development
  • Experienced in both B2B and B2C markets

Desirable skills and experience:

  • Demonstrable proven experience in product marketing
  • Experience in scoping, developing and lead multi-project, multi-channel campaigns, while working across departments to generate leads and drive product sales
  • Ability to track and understand in-depth campaign analytics to derive insights and actionable recommendations, and optimise multi-channel activity accordingly
  • Excellent content and copy writing skills.
  • Strong project management skills with the ability to lead and motivate a project group
  • Ability to communicate effectively with key stakeholders and manage accordingly

This role will have a selection process that will follow the below timeline;

  • Closing Date For Applications - 1st July 2019
  • 1st Stage Interviews - w/c 8th July 2019
  • 2nd Stage Interviews - w/c 22nd July 2019

For further information on this position, please find attached job description and person specification. If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV and a covering letter containing your current salary and salary expectations via our secure file drop

Head of Membership Engagement

The role is based in Corby with a flexible approach.
As this role will be managing two teams who are based in our Corby office, we would ideally like the successful candidate to be present in the office on average 2- 3 days per week.
Salary - Circa £50,000 per annum plus excellent benefits.

CMI has a fantastic opportunity for you to play a leading role in delivering our membership strategy within a growing organisation that is truly making a difference to people’s futures. We’re looking for an established membership professional who has a track record in delivering successful outcomes against a strategic plan resulting in engaged and growing membership communities. You will understand membership dynamics and ensure members experience a personalised approach that guarantees value to them.

You will be accountable to the Director of Membership for CMI’s paying membership offer including activity around recruitment, retention, customer service and income. You will work closely with your colleagues to ensure that the membership offer and experience is optimised and that services are delivered with excellence. Building a connection with members through a combination of our Thought Leadership programmes and embedding CMI as their key source of continuous professional development will be key to your success. Through your work you’ll ensure that more people than ever before work towards becoming Chartered Managers and that our members are enabled to play a key part in helping one another to develop and further our mission.

You will also lead and mentor a team of 10, to meet and exceed your objectives and targets, cultivating a progressive culture of innovation with accountability, as you work to deliver the membership strategy. As a strong instigator and advocate of of change, you will evaluate and improve processes to ensure your team use technology to best effect in order to deliver greater value to members.

Key Performance Indicators:

  • Growing our paying member community and subscription revenues
  • Increasing member retention
  • Delivering more Chartered Managers
  • Driving member value resulting in increasing net promoter score

Your key relationships:

  • Two direct reports, within a department of 10
  • The Director of Membership
  • Head of Corporate Partnerships
  • Head of Student Experience
  • Head of Product & Marketing
  • Head of Financial Planning & Analysis
  • Head of Insights
  • Head of Policy
  • Head of Media Relations
  • Social Media Manager

What will you be getting involved in;

  • Playing a lead role in delivering a refreshed membership value proposition
  • Leading our approach to membership service, engagement, recruitment and retention in order to grow our membership
  • Ensuring that clear pathways towards achieving Chartered Manager status are provided to all members
  • Enabling record numbers of people to become Chartered Managers through scalable assessment processes
  • Bringing key connections across our membership community to life delivering greater value to all members
  • Identifying new opportunities through insights to engage groups of members in ever more targeted ways
  • Ensuring that our membership communications reflect the needs of our audiences and fully supports our strategic objectives
  • Providing line management and leadership to the managers in your department, setting personal objectives and supporting their development in order to embed a culture of performance excellence

Who are we looking for?

  • Someone who will live CMI’s values, professional, passionate, progressive and practical
  • A strong departmental leader with impressive communication and operational skills, with a proven track record of delivering positive results in a membership environment. You’ve managed resources and budgets, worked collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders and developed and delivered strategic and tactical plans
  • An influential advocate of change with a track record of instigating, leading and delivering significant change projects
  • Self-aware and self confident with a genuine capacity for personal development
  • A strong coach and mentor for their team
  • Tech savvy, having the ability to build strong relationships and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders is essential
  • You will be highly self motivated with excellent organisational and planning skills with an agile and flexible approach

For further information on this position, please find attached job description and person specification. If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV and a covering letter containing your current salary and salary expectations via our secure file drop

Awarding Body Support Manager

Base - Management House, Corby
Salary - £28,000
Closing Date - 23rd May
1st Interviews - 30th May (to be held remotely)
2nd Interviews - 5th June

We are currently seeking a forward thinking individual to join our Awarding Body team as Awarding Body Support Manager.

As the Support Manager, you will line manage our Assessment Administrator and work with the wider team to ensure we continue to provide a high quality, effective and efficient revenue generating marking and assessment services to our partners and internal stakeholders. Your core responsibilities will include creating, reviewing and managing the process of external assessment and moderation ensuring we are maintaining our service level agreements with our partners. You will also have the opportunity to create and manage a range of processes critical to the smooth running of the functional including procedures for plagiarism, collusion and appeals. You will work closely with our network of Quality Managers, ensuring the team are fully supported and processes implemented to help with centre visits, reports & action plans.

You will also be responsible for data management and reporting to provide information for regulatory compliance and maintaining accurate policies and procedures with clear document control and tracking for audit purposes.

Who are we looking for?

Essential Skills and Experience;

  • Someone who will live CMI’s values, professional, passionate, progressive and practical
  • Someone who has proven experience working with customers and service level agreements
  • Proven experience managing/coordinating projects with multiple stakeholders
  • Team player with a can-do attitude and a flexible, agile approach to changing operational demands
  • Someone who can think outside the box and bring fresh new ideas
  • Effective communicator who is able to engage with both internal and external stakeholders of all levels both remotely and face to face.
  • Line management experience with ability to manage the performance and development of others
  • Computer savvy, ideally experienced working with GSuite

Desirable

  • Experience of budgetary controls & report writing
  • Experience working with a CRM/database
  • Experience operating within an Awarding Body environment, working with assessments and regulators and managing remote contractors

For further information on this position, please find attached job description and person specification. If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV and a covering letter containing your current salary and salary expectations via our secure file drop