|Placed On:||5th December 2022|
|Closes:||9th January 2023|
Location: Hughes Hall, Cambridge CB1 2EW
Probation Period: 6 months
Hours of Work: 37.5 hours per week (with occasional evening or early morning work, to be managed flexibly, as agreed between the College and the successful applicant). The post holder may carry out a significant part of the role remotely.
We are looking for an experienced Academic Community Manager to join a vibrant and growing team at the Centre for Climate Engagement at Hughes Hall, to develop and manage an international group of academics focused on climate governance, law and policy. If you would like to play an invaluable role supporting our key programmes across the CCE working to bridge between academics, board directors and legal professionals focused on climate action, further details of this unique role can be found in the job description on our vacancies page on the Hughes Hall Website.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject, e.g. International Relations, English, Economics, or similar.
Significant relevant professional experience of community management and engagement.
Event management experience.
Experience of contact management systems and the appropriate GDPR requirements.
Skills and Abilities
Outstanding interpersonal, relationship building and advisory skills.
Strong communication, both verbal and written.
Excellent presentation skills.
Ability to work at all levels across a range of organisations, to form solid working relationships.
Ability to work well within a team, to be flexible and committed to the collective output of the project, and to be able to manage oneself independently in a high-pressure environment.
Ability to work at pace whilst maintaining attention to detail
Ability to self-motivate, with strong organisational and time management skills.
Further education in a relevant discipline or topic.
Experience in the use of software tools for managing and communicating with senior academics and practitioners.
Good understanding or interest in the international climate change agenda and sustainable development.
For more information about the role and the application process, please visit the College’s website at:
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