Current employment opportunities
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Administration/Communications Officer –
Go Forth Stirling
Salary: £17,000 pro rata for a 16 hour week-days to be agreed and also subject to work priorities
Here at Go Forth Stirling, we’re more than just people who implement projects and initiatives, we are
passionate about our city centre and are striving to make it a great place for those who shop, work, live and visit. We’re a warm, friendly, forward-thinking team supported by a Board of Directors, all of whom are people invested in the city centre. We are a new Business Improvement District with some exciting plans!
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Banbury Business Improvement District Manager CLOSED
Following the announcement of a successful ballot last November, a Business Improvement District is being set up in Banbury town centre, with the aim of making Banbury a more vibrant and prosperous town where visitor numbers increase significantly and businesses flourish because of this.
Banbury is a town which is going places, with ambitious development proposals underway in what is already a charming & historic town centre and an exciting opportunity has now arisen for a BID Manager to help drive forward this positive momentum.
The BID Board are seeking an exceptional candidate with significant and successful experience of working with businesses within a town centre environment, preferably within the context of a BID, Town Centre Partnership, Retail Management or similar.
To apply for this post, please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline for applications, which is 5pm on Friday 19th January 2018. Interviews will take place on Monday 29th January 2018 and all applicants should be available on this date.
Job title: Banbury Business Improvement District (BID) Manager.
Responsible to: Banbury BID Board of Directors.
Reporting to: Chair of the BID Board.
Responsible for: Banbury BID staff team, consultants and contractors.
Duration: Fixed term until 31st March 2023 (Probationary period of six months).
Hours of work: 37 hours per week, with regular flexible working required,to include
evening, weekend and bank holiday working.
Salary: £35,000-£45,000 per annum, depending on experience, with eligibility for
a contributory pension following the probationary period. A relocation allowance will apply if necessary.
Location: Banbury town centre, Oxfordshire.
A Business Improvement District is being set up in Banbury town centre, with the aim of making Banbury a more vibrant and prosperous town where visitor numbers increase significantly and businesses flourish because of this. The BID is business-led and brings together a wide range of operators, from multiple retailers and independent shops to pubs, hotels and restaurants. The BID also involves partner organisations from the public sector.
The role will focus on delivering projects in the following five main project areas of
2. More vibrant
3. Better for Businesses
4. Better for visitors
5. Working for BID levy-payers.
To apply for this post, download the Banbury Bid Job Description & Person Specification here.
Send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com by the deadline for applications, which is 5pm on Friday 19th January 2018. Interviews will take place on Monday 29th January 2018 and all applicants should be available on this date.
Bloggers and Writers Required
Revive & Thrive has an unrivalled network of town/city centre practitioners, regeneration professionals, retailers and residents who are passionate about where they live. We believe that one powerful way of delivering positive change is by sharing ideas, projects and views and we want to give you the opportunity to share these with our networks and members.
We are looking for people who would write one off or regular articles for us to circulate. These could include –
- Ideas that can shape our communities
- Opinion pieces on policy or other aspects of life that affect your community
- Stories about projects that have worked in your area
- Your local events
- Environmental issues that impact on how we behave in our communities
- How retail is performing locally
- In fact anything you like about where you work, study, live and play
We also want to promote debate. Whilst Revive & Thrive will remain neutral politically the company wishes to encourage discussion so your opinions are very welcome.
Whilst this is an unpaid role it will ensure that your local projects, great ideas and views on policy are promoted via our circa 30,000 network via social media and our newsletters.
To find out more or to submit your article and blogs please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03330 124285
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