Policy and Membership Manager

Regen

Exeter, Devon, with potential for hybrid working
£37,000 - £46,000 pa

Paid • Full Time • Permanent

www.regen.co.uk

Sectors: carbon, climate & energy, environmental policy & campaigning

Closing date: Sunday, 28th April 2024   3 days left


Regen’s mission is to accelerate the transformation of the whole energy system for a zero-carbon future. We use our expertise to lead thinking and tackle the key barriers to change across the energy system. As a policy and membership manager, you’ll play a pivotal role in driving Regen’s reach, influence and impact.

Role overview

  • Position: Policy and membership manager
  • Location: Exeter (with potential for flexible hybrid working)
  • Salary: £37,000 - £46,000 per annum, dependent on experience

You will work with our expert team and our membership community of clean energy businesses to develop and advocate for policies to accelerate the energy transition.

What you’ll be doing

  • Policy coordination: working with our members and expert team to develop our policy positions and messages, keeping track of government consultations and parliamentary inquiries and briefing policymakers on our policy proposals.
  • Membership management: developing a thriving community with opportunities for members to engage in our mission. Speaking to interested companies, maintaining an up-to-date CRM database and working closely with the finance team on membership renewals.
  • Engagement and support: nurturing relationships with members, addressing inquiries and connecting them to the right Regen team member for support. Facilitating meetings with external stakeholders, organizing industry forums and events and representing Regen at external events.
  • Communication: Writing an action-focused fortnightly newsletter to keep members informed of key policy developments and opportunities to input into Regen's work.
  • Reporting: Writing Regen’s annual report to members to demonstrate our impact.

Key skills and experience

  • At least three years’ experience working in a public affairs, membership and/or policy role.
  • Able and willing to develop a strong understanding of energy policy and its impact on energy sector business models.
  • Excellent writing skills, with an ability to disseminate technical information in policy documents and reports.
  • Confidence in building and maintaining relationships with external stakeholders across government and industry, including chairing industry groups and presenting at events.
  • Able to help shape and present a compelling Regen membership offer to prospective members.
  • Proactive and comfortable working in a fast-paced policy environment where priorities might change quickly.
  • Able to keep a finger on the pulse of the latest policy news.

An understanding or interest in the energy sector and a desire to have an impact to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon future is a fundamental requirement of all roles at Regen.

Employee benefits

  • 28 days paid annual holiday (plus bank holidays), rising to 30 days over two years
  • Cycle to Work scheme, interest-free rail season ticket loans and salary sacrifice electric vehicle scheme
  • 9% employer pension contribution
  • CALM/Headspace app subscription
  • Aviva Healthcare Insurance
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Flexible and remote working potential
  • Continuing professional development plan for all employees
  • Volunteer days
  • Bonus scheme (details available at interview)


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