We are recruiting an Events Co-ordinator to support our business development and communication teams in delivering an exciting and ambitious programme of conferences and networking events.
The ADE is the UK’s leading advocate for a more local, less wasteful, user-led energy system.
The office is exciting and dynamic place to work. We engage with decision makers at the forefront of energy policy to shape the future energy market. The ADE has growing membership, with more than 100 organisations representing a wide range of energy market participants from industrial manufacturers to local authorities and smart energy innovators.
About the role
The position covers the co-ordination of a wide range of events which bring together industry leaders, key stakeholders, parliamentarians and ministers.
The role includes coordination of our headline Heat and Decentralised Energy Conference, sector specific member conferences and our black-tie annual Awards Dinner, which attracts up to 500 guests.
Developing additional networking events outside London to better support our members will also be a key part of this role.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and proactive person who can become a key member of the Business Development team. You will co-ordinate with external consultants and contractors while working closely with the ADE’s Policy team and Communications Manager to ensure exciting content for our events and increase revenue. You will feel comfortable seeking sponsorship and financial support for our events from members and external parties.
The ideal candidate will have strong communication and organisational skills. You should enjoy engaging with new people and maintaining relationships and you will require and have a proven ability to manage event budgets.
Working in a small team is an excellent opportunity to raise your profile and gain leadership responsibilities in one of the most exciting and growing areas of the energy sector. We are looking for someone to support our passionate policy team who are helping to create a better, more efficient energy system.