A prestigious membership organisation is looking for a Head of Programming to lead on the conception and delivery of their programme, ensuring alignment and integration across the business, meeting the needs of their audiences and stakeholders.
The Head of Programming will manage the programme team, systems and processes to ensure the programme attracts and engages its audience reach through targeted communication channels. You will build strategies that will define and shape the future programmes.
Our client engages with government, business, and the public to educate, challenge, connect and create positive change. Their activities include research, publications, events, exhibitions, websites and social media platforms, awards and much more.
Oversee all content and communications relating to the Programme to ensure high-quality outputs which meet the needs of the client’s network and expand audience reach
Lead on the development and implementation of the 3 year plan for client, including the commercial, content and communications strategies
Manage strategic meetings to support the quality of the programme
Oversee on the planning and delivery of the annual awards programme and annual conference
Responsible for the overall annual Content Form for all activity across the business
Manage the P&L reforecasting each month to deliver gross margin performance
Work with the Director to set out programme schedule, ensuring delivery against plan, and reporting progress in line with the budget.
Responsible for the delegation and planning of all programmed outputs across the team
Oversee weekly programme meetings and meetings with the various team.
Lead on all internal and external programme documentation, ensuring all stakeholders have clear visibility on activities
Collaborate with Directors and Management Team, and Programme Managers to achieve the vision and goals in line with clients values
Support direct line reports to achieve their business goals and personal development objectives
Spokesperson for the media, on panels and chair events
Prior experience in a similar programming role within a membership organisation
Expertise in the Built Environment Industry would be an advantage
Clear and effective communication skills, both verbally and in writing
Previous experience of delivering a broad programme of activity
Good management skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft packages including Word, Excel and Outlook
The ability to prioritise effectively, managing a busy diary and varied workload to meet demands and deadlines
Strong team player, good presenter and motivator.
If you are interested, please send us your CV or get in touch for further details.