Do you have a passion for coaching and mentoring?  
Are you keen to help shape the future direction of the profession? 

Current Vacancies:
Professional Excellence Director
East Midlands Regional supporter

EMCC UK is a professional membership organisation which encourages excellence and progression for mentors and coaches. 
Our aim is to define, create and promote best practice for all in mentoring and coaching.  We provide a reference point for key elements like standards and ethics and a continuous conversation about how to keep improving them. 
 
It is an exciting time to join the EMCC UK volunteering team.
We have an executive vacancy which provides an opportunity to lead the next exciting phase in the development of professional coaching and mentoring in the UK.
Our Professional Excellence Director is coming to the end of their term in June 2018. We are looking for an enthusiastic leader who has experience of Mentoring and Coaching, who is a skilled influencer and communicator to help us to deliver our 2018-2021 strategy. We are looking to recruit into the role by April and then the successful applicant will be supported by the existing role holder until June. This opportunity will enable you to enhance your professional profile as you will be required to work closely with experts, thought leaders and key influencers in the field. You would be joining a lively volunteer team to deliver our vision and improve our membership experience.

If you have the enthusiasm and ambition to lead EMCC UK and you can devote up to 2 days a week to make a difference to this exciting profession, 
we would love to hear from you. 

In addition we are looking for:
1 volunteer to support our East Midlands Regional Network

Please contact Peter Duffell, Governance Director to find out more: peter.duffell@emccuk.org.

Professional Excellence Director

The Professional Excellence Director role will require you to work collaboratively across boundaries and with various communities to promote the aims and aspirations of the EMCC with particular responsibility for engaging members (both individual and corporate) with the Professional Pathway Framework (PPF) and providing support in applying EMCC Standards in their practice. The role will contribute to and influence the strategic direction, leadership and development of the EMCC Standards Community (Accreditation and Quality).

The role provides an excellent opportunity to enhance your professional profile as you will be required to work closely with experts, thought leaders and key influencers in the field. 
If you have an interest in promoting and developing professional excellence in Coaching and Mentoring and you can devote up to 2 days a week to make a difference to this exciting profession, we would love to hear from you.

To view the Professional Excellence role description please click here.

Please contact Peter Duffell, Governance Director for more information (peter.duffell@emccuk.org).

Regional Network Coordinators

Regional Networks are communities of practice which are run by our enthusiastic and expert team of EMCC UK volunteer members.
They aim to:
share current knowledge and ideas to encourage good practice in the field of coaching and mentoring
enable sharing of practical, hands on coaching experiences, application of tools, skills and techniques
provide an opportunity for participants to learn from each other and invited guest speakers. Apply their learning to raise standards and advance coaching and mentoring 
build strong networks and communities of practice across the UK
You will need to be:professional, organised, enthusiastic, a good communicator and networker

Are you able to regularly and reliably commit time to organise a programme of CPD events and network meetings throughout the year?
Are you passionate about Mentoring and Coaching and confident to promote our EMCC UK brand; our values, ethos and professionalism?

If so we would love to hear from you.

For further information please contact our Operations Director (Designate) - Nadia Harrington (nadia.harrington@emccuk.org)