At RICS you’ll shape your world: enjoy your work, be given responsibility and build a rewarding career. The work of our professionals touches every aspect of life, and our international standards across land, real estate, construction and infrastructure are shaping the world itself. A global force for positive change, we are building consistency and confidence that help to protect the public and safeguard the environment.

You’ll play a vital role in bringing this to life – we’re an influential organisation where you can really make a difference. The world faces huge challenges and we have demanding goals; we need your drive and enterprising spirit to help us achieve them. We’re proud of being recognised by Best Companies with its top 3 Star accolade as a best not-for-profit organisation to work for.

In this role, you will support the delivery and administration of our education and qualification standards, including our relationships with universities and education providers. To be successful, you need to be a confident and highly motivated individual, providing specialist advice, project work delivery, and supporting regional teams.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Support the delivery education and qualification standards project objectives in line with agreed timescales
  • Support the development and ongoing maintenance of our education and accreditation functions, ensuring alignment with recognised international standards.
  • Support the development of quality audit and assurance frameworks to maintain the consistent standards of our education and qualification activities.
  • Assist with policy development and guidance production.
  • Organise meetings, write board papers, minutes, attend and present at board meetings
  • Provide knowledge and technical and practice-based advice and support for the development and ongoing standards management of professional assessments, qualification pathways, certifications, and accreditation/diploma schemes.
  • Respond to member and staff enquiries relating to education and qualification standards when not the responsibility of world regional teams.
  • Provide a research capability to the team.
  • Coordinate requests for data information from education providers, providing analysis and reports, including accredited course data
  • Coordinate and administer education provider meetings


The ideal candidate will have / be:

  • Experience of working in an administrative role, ideally in quality assurance, working in either higher education, or a professional body
  • Experience of presenting information and data in formats for a range of audiences, including policy and report writing skills.
  • Experience of working with limited supervision.
  • Experience or knowledge of the real estate and construction industry, its role and its impact in society and the economy would be desirable but not essential

 

2018 marks our 150th anniversary - there couldn’t be a better time to join us.

RICS is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage qualified candidates from a wide array of backgrounds to apply because we know that it’s the differences in our people that make the difference to our performance.

 

 

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