Events Officer
the nuclear institute

Job Description

The NI is looking for its next Events Officer to oversee the setting up and online booking of a range of events – mainly conferences and dinners – as well as overseeing the subscriptions to its Journal. The role is a busy one and the person recruited with require good experience with events booking CRMs as well as working with volunteers and other team members in a small team.


Main duties include:

Manage all event bookings administration, including:

o Set up of online booking for events through CRM

o Set up and maintain webpages for each event through CMS adding sponsor logos and additional information as required.

o Ensuring invoices for events are issued and paid, updating any on CRM that were issued manually including sponsorship events

o Ensuring relevant communications such as joining instructions are circulated to attendees

o Issue sponsorship contracts, invoices and monitor payments of same

o Providing support for delivery of events including producing delegate lists, dietary requirements etc

o Liaising with suppliers and stakeholders to ensure all events run smoothly.

Manage the admin and event email inboxes, answering all queries in a timely and professional fashion; forwarding queries to colleagues as appropriate where outside your area of expertise.

Assist in maintaining the CRM to ensure data quality eg by removing duplicates, amending incorrect details, updating information and resolving login issues.

Work closely with the Branch Representatives and the Marketing and Communications Manager to set up all events including paid-for and free-to-attend, plus any external suppliers where necessary.

Manage all journal subscriptions including renewals and responding to subscription enquiries.

Actively recruit new subscribers for Nuclear Future.

Manage credit control for events and journal subscriptions and actively work to manage debtors ensuring all invoices are paid.

Undertake any ad-hoc tasks as directed by the CEO to ensure a smooth-running organisation.

Skills and Experience


Strong IT, written and verbal communication skills

Knowledge of database and/or events administration

Strong time management and organisation skills; ability to manage projects to deadlines and to manage a number of tasks simultaneously and autonomously

A confident attitude, willingness to learn and enthusiasm to take on new tasks as needed

Attention to detail

Experience of working with volunteers is desirable.

Salary: £28-31,000

Benefits: 25 days’ leave + one day’s birthday leave, optional compressed working scheme (9-day fortnight), pension, private medical cover and death in service benefit.

Reporting to: CEO

Location: the NI has no office so the successful candidate will work from home. They will be expected to travel to London once a month for team meetings and there may be other very occasional travel around UK as required.

Type of role: This is designed as a permanent full-time role but previously has been performed as a part-time role which could work again.

How to apply: CV and covering email/letter by 24 April 2024. The NI strives to be an equal opportunities employer so please also complete our EDI monitoring form and return this separately.

The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.