Membership Co-ordinator

Membership Co-ordinator
Employer: Natural History Museum
Salary: £12,518.50 per annum (£25,037 full time equivalent) plus benefits
Location: London

The world is changing and so are we. Help us make an impact for future generations.

The natural world is evolving fast and we're making critical choices at a time when people are more disconnected than ever before from their physical environment. As a world-leading scientific institution and an awe-inspiring, iconic visitor attraction, the Natural History Museum is powerfully placed to help individuals, governments and society at large make better decisions for the future.

Over the last two years, our membership population has grown by over 300%, and a robust membership services function will be instrumental in building on this success to support our continued population growth. Working within the Development and Communications Group this is an exciting opportunity to support the membership team with our plans for future growth, and engaging our members’ with the fantastic work of the Museum.

We are seeking an enthusiastic candidate who is able to help us achieve our ambitious plans. The Membership Co-ordinator role is central to the running of the membership function and the successful candidate will have excellent organisation and administration skills.

Working with a newly implemented CRM system, the successful candidate will have a solid understanding of database management and be comfortable working in an environment where systems and processes are likely to change and evolve. We are seeking a candidate who has a positive attitude towards driving improvements.

Please note this role is 12 months fixed term, 18 hours per week.

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