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Responsible for the overall management of the AV team to provide audio visual, lighting, filming, conference call/video, IPTV and production services to all users to provide the ideas & technology that inspire great meetings & events at IET London: Savoy Place.
To liaise with each client prior to using the venue to ensure a full understanding of their requirements and event objectives. Offer advice & guidance regarding the optimal equipment & support solution to deliver exceptional customer service every time. To drive profitability of the venue by maximising sales & managing costs.
To pro-actively generate new business into Savoy Place and target lapsed business using a variety of means that may include, but not be limited to, calling lapsed clients, cold calling potential new clients, making sales appointments with interested parties & conference agents, and following up all leads generated by sales exhibitions.
To manage and convert all potential new business into Savoy Place; though effective relationship building and with excellent negotiation skills, whilst ensuring a thorough handover to the event co-ordination team. To assist with delivering the venues annual and monthly budgeted income.
To work as part of a sales team to actively promote the Venue, ‘Savoy Place’, with a focus on the internal IET events. To assist in the achievement of the team’s financial targets for room hire, catering and AV.
To manage and oversee the mobilization and all operational functions associated with the day to day management of the building while delivering a 4* service to all users of IET London: Savoy Place. The role encompasses Conferencing and Banqueting plus Hard and Soft Facilities Management responsibilities.
Responsible for proactive customer acquisition and new business development within the EMEA region, with both direct and indirect customers and partners. Exemplary management of the sales cycle with prospects and customers. Working with the Account Development Manager and Sales Operations team to ensure effective sales development from lead generation to closed won solution.
To provide an efficient and timely HR administration service, supporting the HR Business Partners and HR Manager where required.
To operate as a member of Learning and Development function (as part of the overall HR team). The incumbent will provide administrative support to the Learning and Development Manager including record keeping, training tracking via the HRIS, coordination of training and learning events, promotion of training and learning in general.
To carry out assigned editorial duties on the Letters journals and any other related publications.
To provide expert understanding and analysis on a wide range of engineering policy issues of interest to the IET, including preparing submissions, establishing links between the IET and policy makers, producing technical guidance to members of the public, preparing technical reports for publication and managing policy panels on specialist topics.
To assist in ensuring that journals of responsibility are reviewed and published to agreed standards.
To design, implement and oversee effective and efficient communications to IET staff, members and other stakeholders. With a membership of almost 160,000 engineers and technicians the internal and stakeholder communications manager delivers a range of communications vehicles including emails, newsletters, news stories, town halls, webinars and video messages. The role also includes preparing speeches, articles and presentations for the President, Chief Executive and other senior IET representatives. The post holder will be proactive, organised, with the ability to write English to a very high standard. They will have a thorough knowledge of best-practice internal and stakeholder communications, with the ability to exploit all forms of media, including social media.
To work on creating a compelling web offering for the IET with the goal to increase traffic and user engagement. To achieve this by continually improving the user experience of the various web and other digital assets and channels, using various usability research methods and techniques. Take the lead role in user centred design translating business requirements into wireframes and prototypes guided by HCI best practice. Working with both in-house and external graphic designers to produce functionally and visually compelling websites and applications. Have a good understanding of web analytics and be confident in deriving insight, for both business improvement and to aid the user centred design process. Have a solid understating of editorial and content management systems. Provide ad-hoc content management support for IET web zones as necessary. Work on the digital development roadmap and contribute to improving the quality, appeal and consistency of the IET online offering.