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Job title: Membership Engagement Manager

Reports to: Director General

Overall purpose: To proactively support sections and committees within the BHTA Group in line with our overall strategy

Key duties and responsibilities

  • Providing end-to-end support for meetings (scheduling, arranging facilities, agenda preparation, taking minutes, uploading relevant information to the BHTA website, carrying out actions) in line with governance requirements
  • Researching & preparing documents relating to issues / actions & strategy
  • Drafting communications / briefs for senior management team and BHTA Group boards
  • Liaising with members of the BHTA secretariat on key issues, administrative matters & fulfilment of actions
  • Supporting section / committee officers: building links and facilitating contact with relevant external parties as appropriate (eg civil servants, politicians, healthcare professionals, charities)
  • Establish an in-depth “political” and detail understanding across all areas of responsibility
  • Develop future opportunities for members and the BHTA Group in line with strategy and member needs
  • Keeping sections and committees up to date regarding key events, meetings & other useful information
  • Working with our membership / retention team help establish & build relationships to secure member renewals & win new prospects

Other duties

  • Assisting marketing with news and feedback from members
  • Assisting occasionally at exhibitions & events
  • Attending external forums and meetings relating to areas of responsibility, representing the BHTA Group, and reporting back to senior management and members

Skills and experience

  • Ability to absorb a brief
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to research issues in the healthcare and assistive technology sector
  • Ability to work flexibly, under pressure and meet tight deadlines / targets
  • Strong inter-personal skills and ability to build relationships at all levels
  • Experience of developing and managing projects
  • Drive, enthusiasm, self-motivation
  • Highly organised, good diary management, ability to multi-task


The role is home based but with regular visits to our London and Wellingborough (Northamptonshire) offices. Regular travel to meetings (predominately Midlands and Wellingborough) as well as occasionally overnight stays will also be required.  A full driving licence is a prerequisite.

To apply

The closing date for the job is the 8th March 

All CVs with a coving letter and salary expectations to be sent to 

No recruitment consultancies to apply on behalf of candidates or to solicit to advise on the appointment

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