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IDE Officer Job Vacancy in Cambridge, England, UK
The role holder will play a key coordinating and delivery role across the day-to-day application of the IDE strategy. They will ensure that the respective inboxes are checked and enquiries actioned; support IDE colleagues leading on LGBTQ+ and Disability; act as a main point of contact on agile working; support with annual IDE awards and benchmarks; and provide wider support to the team on finances, portal and policies.
Engagement and recognition
Assist with the planning and delivery of IDE events. Such as booking rooms, equipment and refreshments; sourcing and inviting speakers; inviting guests and monitoring attendance; providing in-person support on the day.
Support on external IDE awards and benchmarks, supporting with our nomination tracker, drafting nominations and ensure deadlines for submission are met.
Subject matter expertise
Act as a subject matter expert on Agile working, this includes leading the Agile working Steering Group, maintaining up to date knowledge of our internal policy and on activities taking place externally.
Provide support to LGBTQ+ and Disability team leads on the wider strategies and activities.
Team activities and support
Support with responses to queries and act as one of the first points of contact on requests into the IDE inboxes, for example PQQ requests
Manage the internal IDE portal and IDE policies, ensuring they are kept up to date.
Provide team finance support, including contract management, corporate memberships management and external governance support
Support with HR Business Partner IDE taskforce management and meetings co-ordination.
The candidate must have a keen interest in all matters related to Inclusion, Diversity and Equity
Have stakeholder management experience and the ability to liaise with colleagues internally and externally at varying levels of seniority
Excellent project management and administration skills
Excellent organisation and time management skills with a keen eye for detail
Self-motivated to work autonomously and also a good team player
Forward thinking and proactive
Strong IT skills including Word, Excel, Power Point, databases and internet research