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SAHGB Administrator

The Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain

Location: London
Salary: £17 per hour
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 12th January 2022
Closes: 11th February 2022

We are an educational charity dedicated to furthering the knowledge of architectural history through advancing research, education and learning; disseminating that knowledge to public and professional audiences through programming, guidance and support, content production and publishing; and advocating for our members and the discipline in heritage, architectural and higher-educational settings.

The Society has a vacancy for a part-time administrator. The SAHGB Administrator is an important and key role within the Society, working closely and providing support to the Honorary Secretary, Honorary Treasurer, Chair, President and all Officers. Above all, the administrator is responsible for the Society’s membership administration, awards & grants programme, and assisting the Honorary Secretary with all the Society’s activities.

In their role, the SAHGB Administrator will work with a network of leaders in the field of architectural history as part of maintaining the Society’s mission to further the knowledge of architectural history.

Suitable candidates must be organised, have good administrative skills, and be competent working with digital systems. Prior experience working with volunteer groups and taking accurate minutes is desirable, though not essential.

The post is a permanent, employed position for 15 hours per week (e.g. 2 full-days) at a rate of £17 per hour. Working hours are flexible, but by agreement there will be a regular pattern. In addition, the administrator will be expected to occasionally attend meetings at weekends and in the evenings where required. The Society does not have an office and the role is home based. Candidates should have access to a computer, though all other equipment can be supplied. As a regular (part-time) employee this position carries all the statutory benefits including pro-rata paid holidays, sick leave, workplace pension, redundancy regulations, etc. We are looking for the appointee to start as soon as possible, and hence an idea of your  period of notice would also be useful to know.

Please download further particulars here. To view the job advert on our website, please go to www.sahgb.org.uk/jobs/sahgb-administrator

The typical activities performed by the SAHGB Administrator include:

- Drafting agendas and taking minutes at Board of Trustees meetings and AGMs

- Managing the Society’s CRM membership database and annual subscriptions

- Assisting the Treasurer with membership payment management

- Responding to or forwarding emails sent to Society addresses

- Organising meetings for the Board of Trustees and Management Team

- Administrating the Society’s digital storage system

- Attending meetings of the Management Team where required

- Posting member welcome packs to all new Members

- Assisting with the organisation of the annual AGM and Awards Ceremony

- Administrating the Annual Awards programme

- Administrating the Grant programme and organising meetings

To apply for the role, please send the below to the Honorary Secretary, Max Sternberg at max.sternberg@sahgb.org.uk:

  • a cover letter indicating why you are applying for the role
  • an updated CV
  • information about your period of notice and contact details for two past referees who we can contact in relation to appointment

To discuss the role, please email the Honorary Secretary, Max Sternberg, on the above email address.

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