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Secretariat - Certification & Accreditation

Secretariat - Certification & Accreditation
£30,000 - 35,000 negotiable
Runcorn - with regular travel

Our Client
Our client works within the renewable energy sector offering certification and accreditation services for manufacturers and installers whilst offering support to the consumer.
With a unique service, they are a forward thinking organisation who can offer a great environment and enjoyable working culture.
The Role
This role will take responsibility for ensuring that all committee activities run smoothly to help create an effective and influential decision-making body.
Whilst you will be office based in the North West, there will be regular travel to different parts of the UK which will require a reasonable amount of flexibility.
Key Accountabilities:
·Main point of contact for all Committees and their leadership;
·Work with each Committee Chair and others to build and maintain a forward look of Standards committee meetings reflective of business need;
·Organise, attend and minute MCS Board meetings; Liaising with teams and individuals submitting items for the agenda to ensure that the purpose of the item is clear and that the agenda is productive and purposeful;
·Ensuring papers are checked and submitted to members in a timely manner, providing scrutiny and feedback as to the quality of papers;
·Recording minutes to ensure accuracy with the Committee Chair
The Person
You will have worked in a similar role either supporting the work of a 'technical' committee or perhaps in an EPA or PA role within a technical or academic environment. You will possess a technical mind set, be able to absorb information and be comfortable taking minutes and producing reports.
·You will be able to demonstrate the following:
·Ability to build strong stakeholder relationships, with technical colleagues;
·Build and maintain effective relationships across the committees;
·Coordinate workload with members of the team;
·Strong organisational skills;
·An optimistic and pragmatic approach to solving problems;
·Very strong written and verbal communication skills;
·Time Management;
·Excellent planning, detail conscientiousness and organisational excellence;

About Us
Newman Stewart is a privately owned recruitment company providing Executive Search, Management Selection and Psychometric Assessment Services.
To Apply
This is an excellent opportunity in a challenging, fast paced and dynamic business. Interested parties should apply accordingly or contact Steve Bennett in the first instance for a confidential conversation. Contact details can be found via the Newman Stewart website.