The RAeS Conference & Events Department has an opportunity for a keen and enthusiastic individual to gain experience in events and marketing. The internship is offered for 3 months but flexible working hours are available.
What does the role involve?
- Writing copy for marketing and promotional literature
- Producing e-marketing copy for events
- Market research into prospective target audiences and profiles
- Developing marketing campaigns for projects including events, merchandise and proceedings
- Publishing events onto the website using content management system (CMS)
- Engaging with members and the wider public through social media tools
- Answering delegates enquiries by email, phone and in person
- Assist with delegate registrations and financial transactions
- Preparing conference delegate packs
- Assisting at events with set up and registration on the day
More information is available by downloading the role description. To apply for this role, please email a copy of your CV and covering letter, including details of your availability, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schools Build-a-Plane Challenge
£27,600 plus benefits (part time/4 days a week)
A dedicated programme manager is now sought to take day-to-day responsibility for successfully delivering the Schools Build-a-Plane (SBAP) Challenge programme for the Royal Aeronautical Society and its project partners.
The SBAP Challenge is the Royal Aeronautical Society’s flagship educational programme and is partnered by Boeing UK. Funding is provided to UK schools to build a real light aircraft kit to ‘Permit to Fly’ standards and market the aircraft to a potential buyer. Running alongside the build is a cross-curricular educational programme to propagate an awareness and knowledge of aviation throughout schools. The programme has evolved into a highly successful multi-project initiative that encompasses a vast array of stakeholders, assets and activities, all of which require centralised management to ensure the effective delivery of the programme’s aims.
The role requires engaging day-to-day at a local level with projects at various stages of their lifecycle, whilst being able to maintain a programme-wide context. Frequent site visits are required to projects around the UK, and strong interpersonal skills are necessary to engage with students, teachers, volunteers, sponsors and an array of other stakeholders. Knowledge or experience of delivering a project within the academic arena (particularly secondary education) is desirable, as is an appreciation of the unique and challenging environment within which SBAP projects are run.
Please view the job description for more details.
The closing date for applications is 5.00 pm Friday 29th November 2013.
Please send CV & covering letter to:
Paul Bailey, Deputy Chief Executive Royal Aeronautical Society No4. Hamilton Place London W1J 7BQ
HR Dept. Royal Aeronautical Society
No. 4 Hamilton Place
No agencies thank you. The Royal Aeronautical Society is an equal opportunity employer.