Senior Manager for UK regions, £47k, Central London

England, London
£45000 - £47000 per annum
05 Oct 2016
19 Oct 2016
Barry Yeung
Job Title
Industry Sector
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Manager for UK regions, £47k, Central London

A historic and well-recognised organisation specialising in the health and medical sector is looking for an outstanding Senior Manager to join one of their Memberships and Global Engagement department. This is a chance to get involved in an interesting and complex part of the organisation, dealing with specific national and worldwide projects.

Who will you be working for?

A reputable medical college focussing on training, research, quality and advice for its vast member base in the health sector. They are an academic institution with a passion for increasing the standards of healthcare provision in the U.K.

Located north of Oxford Circus, you'll be working in one of the most exquisite parts of central London where there are beautiful parks to enjoy on your lunch break and plenty of eateries to spoil yourself with!

What does the role consist of?

The Senior Manager for the UK regions leads a team of 12 remote based members of staff across 19 regions based within 9 regional offices. The purpose of the post is provide strong leadership to develop the team in their delivery of a comprehensive programmes for all their members. You will provide guidance to help improve local membership engagement through relationships, networks and targeted communications.


  • Develop and implement a multi-year operational plans
  • Lead a strong, remote based team through positive change and delivery of a new structure within the regional team
  • Chair regional manager business meetings in the London area
  • Develop an internal communications plan so that all departments across the organisation take advantage of opportunities to work with the regional teams
  • Responsible for the management of the UK regional budgets
  • To be the main point of contact for all regional UK matters
  • Ensure the smooth operational delivery of 100 events such as career development events and workshops


What will the successful candidate be like?

  • degree educated
  • experience of managing a team, including leading in organisational change and people management
  • track record of managing a programme of events
  • ability to chair team meetings and present to senior colleagues
  • ability to think strategically
  • minimum three year's experience of working within a membership organisation, managing large budgets and service delivery

How to apply?

We're hiring as quickly as possible so email or apply with your CV for immediate consideration. CVs and application forms will be submitted 12th October with interviews to take place 21th October and onwards.

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