Dominic Louks joins our team, as Skills for Justice’s Corporate Membership Manager. As a not-for-profit organisation, we are committed to the development of an improved and sustainable workforce across the UK’s Justice, Fire and Rescue, Local Government and Armed Forces sectors.
Dominic joins the growing team here at Skills for Justice, to support and develop our growing Membership programme, working closely with existing members and those looking to join the community. Dominic will be working closely with the Skills for Justice Workforce Development and Research Divisions, as well as supporting Members with our Leadership and Organisational Development programme.
Dominic has previously worked for the Fire Protection Association (FPA) for 14 years. The FPA is a membership body supporting commerce and industry on fire safety practices, techniques and lobbying for improved safety standards. Having joined the FPA as Marketing Manager, in 2013 Dominic moved across to RISCAuthority, an insurer property research scheme administered by FPA. During this time Dominic acted as the main focal point for member insurers, reporting on scheme project activity, outputs and communications. He was then promoted to Head of Membership Services in 2016.
Prior to joining FPA, Dominic worked in the security industry for Cooper Security, managing the membership loyalty programmes for both the Scantronic and Menvier brands, after which he joined Chartered Institute of Environmental Health as Marketing Officer specialising in health and safety publishing and copy editing. Prior to joining our team here at Skills for Justice, Dominic worked for IABM, the international broadcast and media technology association, working for their members on a global events and content programme.
“I am incredibly excited to have joined Skills for Justice and I can’t wait to get started on playing a pivotal role in continuing the upward trend of their membership programme, working to attract new members and supporting existing members to help understand the wide range of exclusive benefits available to help them develop their workforces.” Dominic said. “The professional skills and experience I have attained, working predominately for membership organisations and bodies, will be a natural fit to my new position and responsibilities here at Skills for Justice.”
“My previous roles have helped me understand the unique challenges faced by many membership bodies regardless of sector, including recruitment, retention, engagement and gated benefit provision. With the Justice sector facing sustained pressures to serve the public more efficiently and effectively, our skills, expertise and resources are essential for organisations to adapt and ensure their workforce is equipped to respond to change. I look forward to meeting with as many of our members as possible, learning more about the wider Justice sector, and developing key relationships.” Dominic concluded.