Careers

ITOPF has responded to more than 800 incidents involving oil or chemical spills worldwide. Our highly skilled international team are ready to assist 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to provide impartial technical advice.

We operate on a not-for-profit basis and provide a wide range of technical services to promote effective response in the marine environment to back up our core role of responding to ship-sourced spills. Our five key services are spill response, claims analysis & damage assessment, contingency planning, training & education and information.

We are currently advertising for one vacancy as Company Secretarial Assistant.



Company Secretarial Assistant

The Role  

We have an amazing opportunity to join us as an Assistant supporting the Senior Membership Secretary and Executive Assistant to the Managing Director and Executive Team with company secretary/board and committee meetings. This is an extremely busy and varied role and will suit someone who has familiarity of working with membership databases and diary management with excellent eye for detail and comfortable working with a number of different internal colleagues and external contacts.

ITOPF provides a friendly, supportive working environment and a range of employee benefits, including some flexible working options.

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If you are interested in finding out more or in applying for the role, please contact our retained recruiter, Michele Hallett at KMK: Michele@kmkrecruitment.co.uk

Find out what joining ITOPF was like for some of our most recent recruits, please click here: https://www.itopf.org/contact/careers/

ITOPF holds a sponsor licence (issued by the UK Government) and can issue sponsorship certificates for candidates applying for UK work permits.

Vision & Mission Statement

"To be a trusted source of objective technical advice worldwide on preparedness and response to accidental marine spills."

"To promote effective response to marine spills of oil, chemicals and other substances as a means of reducing impacts on the environment and affected communities."

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