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ICON HQ COULD USE YOUR HELP!

A paid opportunity has arisen for a motivated individual with a passion for detail to contribute to the administration of Icon’s membership renewals, 2- 4 days a week.

Icon’s new electronic renewals portal has led to a response rate far in excess of expectations, leading to the need for a dedicated Membership Renewals Assistant to help the team work through the backlog on a temporary basis, available to start as soon as possible. 

The post holder would be based at Icon HQ in London and would support the membership team processing renewals and sending out membership cards. 

The successful applicant will have excellent IT skills, particularly Microsoft Word, and a willingness to learn new IT processes. 

To apply, please see the Job Description

Closing date: Wednesday 29th April




Job title: Training & Development Manager
Location: Icon’s London office
Responsible to: Head of Professional Development
Responsible for: Accreditation Officer (part-time)
Hours: Full-time
Salary: £33,660 per annum plus 6% pension contribution
Permanent post

Icon is the lead membership body for the conservation of cultural heritage. Icon is the only organisation that has the overview across all of the disciplines dealing with the conservation of moveable heritage. It also provides a focal point for all others who share a commitment to improving the conservation of our cultural heritage.

The Institute aims to advance knowledge and education in conservation and achieve the long term preservation and conservation of cultural heritage. It does this by providing guidance, advocacy, training and education opportunities and by uniting the conservation profession and the wider heritage community.

This is a pivotal and operational role for the Professional Development team. You will manage, coordinate and execute Icon’s professional development programmes: an established professional accreditation process, Professional Accreditation of Conservator Restorers (PACR), and a successful work-based learning programme, Icon’s Internship Programme (IIP).


Job Description     Application Form

Closing Date: 8 May 2015 at 12 noon


 

 

Job title:  Administration Officer
Location:  Icon’s London office
Responsible to:  Membership Manager
Hours:  Part-time - 28 hours per week
Fixed Term Contract: Ends 31st July 2016
Salary:  £23 -­ 25,000 per annum, pro rata to full time equivalent of 35 hours per week plus a 6% pension contribution

Icon is the UK’s leading voice for the conservation of our cultural heritage. We raise awareness of the cultural, social and economic value of caring for our heritage and champion high standards of conservation. Icon is a charity. The support of our 2,300 members, partners, donors and sponsors is critical to our ability to represent the conservation profession and those who support our aims.

You will be a key member of Icon’s small staff team and, working closely with others, will have a range of administration duties. Working closely with Icon’s Membership Manager, you will handle the administration for Icon’s next triennial conference which will take place in June 2016. You will lead Icon’s printed and web advertising sales activities in our Membership magazine, Icon News, and our recruitment e-­‐newsletter IconnectJobs. You will support the work of the Chief Executive by undertaking associated administrative tasks.

Job Description     Application Form

Closing Date: 22nd May 2015 12 noon

 

 

 

Job title: Finance Administration Officer
Location:  Icon’s London office
Responsible to:  Business Manager
Hours:  Part-time - 21 hours per week (It is anticipated that this will normally be Wednesdays to Fridays but subject to discussion)
Salary:  £23 -­ 25,000 per annum, pro rata to full time equivalent of 35 hours per week plus a 6% pension contribution

Icon is the UK’s leading voice for the conservation of our precious cultural heritage. We raise awareness of the cultural, social and economic value of caring for our heritage and champion high standards of conservation. Icon is a charity. The support of our 2,500 members, partners, donors and sponsors is critical to our ability to represent the conservation profession and those who support our aims.

You will be working at the heart of a small team committed to building the long-­‐term financial and operational stability of Icon.


Job Description     Application Form

Closing Date: 22nd May 2015 12 noon

 

 



 
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