CIAT seeks Technical Coordinator
CIAT is looking for a Technical Coordinator to work with the Institute to interpret and respond to technical legislative, regulatory and policy information.
The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) is looking for a Technical Coordinator to work with the Practice and Technical Director, Vice-President Technical and Vice-President Practice to interpret and respond to technical legislative, regulatory and policy information as it relates to Architectural Technology, CIAT and its membership, and to ensure it is promoted clearly to the membership.
- Immediate start
- Initially 2 days per week. Six months fixed contract (potential for contract to be extended beyond initial term).
- Flexible working may be considered
- Salary TBD
- To support the management of the technical work of the Institute, with an initial focus on the Building Safety Act 2022 and related secondary legislation.
- To research, analyse and interpret technical information, policy, legislation and regulations as they relate to Architectural Technology, CIAT and its membership.
- To write, develop and review the Institute's technical guidance on compliance with topical issues, legislation etc in consultation with the relevant Taskforces.
- To lead the development of CIAT responses to technical/industry consultations.
- To work closely with the relevant Taskforces and Vice-Presidents, and to review and improve engagement with the wider membership to encourage greater input.
- To engage with policymakers and regulators as related to this role.
- To attend internal and external meetings as appropriate.
- You will be a credible authority on technical matters which impact on Architectural Technology, CIAT and its membership.
- You will have substantial proven experience in a technical role within construction and the built environment, or you will possess significant knowledge and evidence of the practical application of technical information in this field.
- You will be proactive and agile in responding to the challenges and opportunities in the ever-changing built environment sector, such as building safety, sustainability, net zero carbon and so on.
- You will have exceptional attention to detail, be an excellent communicator and have a thirst for continuous improvement. Your ability to communicate clearly and concisely is paramount in both written and spoken form so that messaging, guidance and information produced is clear, concise and accurate.
- You should be educated to degree level or hold equivalent experience in the built environment.
- You must be able to demonstrate current eligibility to work in the UK.
How to apply
Please send your CV and a covering letter to [email protected]
The closing date is 5 January 2024