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If you are looking for employment or an employee within Retail, Town/City Centre Management or Business Improvement Districts please email recruitment@reviveandthrive.co.uk or call 03330 124285.  See more detail about the service here.

 

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BID Manager – Exeter BID Company

Contract:          2.5 year, fixed termplace recruitment

Salary:              £40,000-£45,000

Closing date:  19 June 2017

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an outstanding candidate at Exeter BID Company, an organisation delivering outstanding projects on behalf of business in this beautiful city located at the heart of the South West.

Exeter BID Co is seeking to employ a BID Manager of the highest calibre to work to deliver the Business Plan for the Exeter BID, the city centre’s Business Improvement District. An ideal position for an organised and dynamic self-starter, the role offers an opportunity to play a key part in the continued success of Exeter and the BID.

To read the full job description and for application details, please click here

 

Revive & Thrive Regional Advisors 

We are looking for experienced and passionate people to become Regional Advisors.  This role will ensure that towns and cities in your part of the UK are represented as part of the Revive & Thrive family of networks. 

In addition to supporting our Non-Executive Board of Directors,  our Advisory Board and of course the fast growing Revive & Thrive Team you will be encouraged and supported to engage with towns and cities in your area to understand the issues and opportunities facing them.  This knowledge you will be able to present to Revive & Thrive at a national level on their behalf.Join Revive & Thrive and become regional advisors

If you become Regional Advisors, you will be encouraged and offered secretariat support to run best practice and information sharing meetings for places in your area.  These will create a networking opportunity for those working in place management that might feel like they are working in isolation.

Regional Advisors will be motivated by a desire to support and improve town/city centres and high streets and may feel that they will benefit personally and professionally by taking this opportunity on.

Whilst this is a largely voluntary role, numerous opportunities to enhance CVs, create new contracts and business opportunities and if relevant jointly tender with Revive & Thrive will emerge.  This role will also deliver a very steep learning curve with regard to managing places in your area.

There are direct and immediate income opportunities for Regional Advisors and these can be discussed at length in an informal phone discussion.

It is expected that our Regional Advisors will be individuals but organisations related to place management would be encouraged to get in touch as well.

To find out more please email mark@reviveandthrive.co.uk, call 07590 005692

 

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 communitybloggers writer
  • 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 mark@reviveandthrive.co.uk or call 03330 124285

 

 

Stockport Business Improvement District Manager

Job Description and Person Specification 

Responsible to:         Stockport BID Board of Directors

Reporting to:             Chair of the BID Board

Responsible for:       Stockport staff team, consultants and contractors

Position:                    Fixed term until 31 March 2022 (Probationary period of three months)

Hours of work:          40 hours per week. Regular evening and weekend working is required.

Salary:                        Package up to £50,000 per annum, depending on experience plus annual performance related annual bonus.  Contributory pension after probationary period.

Location:                    Stockport Town Centre.

Deadline:                    The deadline for applications is 5pm Wednesday 26 April 2017. The anticipated interview date will be towards the end of the following week.

Applications
To apply for this post, please email your CV and a cover letter of no more than 500 words to:
Mike Fairmaner 
The Means 
133 Great Suffolk Street
London SE1 1PP

Stockport needs a thriving town centre – a place where businesses can flourish, residents can find products and services they need, and cultural opportunities are many and varied. In the past, Stockport’s town centre has not fulfilled its potential. But with the completion of major new office buildings, a new hotel and a new leisure destination in the heart of the town centre, there is a once in a generation opportunity to put this right and to create a town centre of which we can be proud.  The voice of town centre business must be stronger and more coordinated than has previously been the case. We must hear both what existing businesses need and what will attract new commercial activity to Stockport.

That is why businesses in Stockport town centre are creating a Business Improvement District – an organisation owned, led and funded by local business with the long-term goal of creating a town centre of which we can be proud. With a ‘Yes’ vote from businesses in October, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a BID Manager to implement the BID Proposal.

Stockport BID started work on 1st April 2017 and runs until 31 March 2022.  The BID brings together a wide cross section of businesses from high street retailers and independent shops, out of town centre retailers, offices and Robinsons brewery.  Before the end of the BID’s first term, it will have an opportunity to extend this for a further five years through a successful renewal ballot.

Stockport Town Centre BID Ltd is now seeking an exceptional candidate with wide-ranging experience to secure early successes for the BID and also to develop its long-term strategic vision. For further information about Stockport, the BID area and its programme visit www.TotallyStockport.co.uk

See full detail about this excellent opportunity and please download Job Description and Person Specification here.   

Alternatively, email Mike.Fairmaner@themeans.co.uk or call 07701 006708

 

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Newcastle – Under – Lyme BID LTD seeks a new BID Manager.

Newcastle – Under – Lyme BID LTD seeks a new BID Manager.

£competitive – get in contact for detailsplace recruitment

Deadline 7th April.

An exciting position awaits the right person as Manager of Newcastle Under Lyme BID.  This person will be well-versed in town centres, BIDs or economic regeneration and preferably have some knowledge of the town (though not vital for the right candidate).

Also, the right person will be enthusiastic, highly motivated and able to communicate professionally on all levels.

Job Purpose:

To support the businesses of the Newcastle-under-Lyme Business Improvement District (BID} Limited achieve their aim of delivering the objectives in their business plan. This will be done by liaising and developing strong relationships with businesses, development agencies, police and the local borough and county councils, interpreting ideas into practical deliverable actions and coordinating activity to support the delivery of the BID plan.

Place management requires a unique set of skills and flair.  To find out the full list of responsibilities and activities download the full advert, Job Description and Person Specification here.

Does this sound like you?

Any person wishing to apply should email amy.williams@visitnewcastleunderlyme.co.uk your CV and a covering letter stating why you are interested in and suited to this role

If you would like an informal conversation about the opportunity ahead of applying please call Matt Taylor on 07866 442584

Please put Newcastle-under-Lyme BID Manager and your name in the email subject

Closing date for applications: Friday 7th April

Interviews will be held on 20th / 21st April

www.visitnewcastleunderlyme.co.uk

 

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Latest Place Recruitment – Halifax BID Project Manager

HALIFAX BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

Job title:              Halifax BID Project Manager

Location:             Halifax (TBC)Place recruitment opportunity at Halifax BID

Salary:                  £30 – £35k

Hours:                  Full Time (37 hrs per week)

Holidays:             33 days (including bank holidays)

Reporting to:     Chair of the Board

 We are looking for an experienced, ambitious and enthusiastic individual to manage the BID and help us realise our exciting vision for the town centre, who can work alongside the many great businesses and visitor attractions already in Halifax, ranging from Lloyds Bank, to Eureka! The National Children’s Museum, to the many small businesses based in the incredible Victorian Borough Market.

This is a rare opportunity to be in on the ground floor of something hugely important, in a town that has inspiring ambition and has already made a great start along the exciting journey to a fantastic vision of the future for our town centre and the businesses and people that work here.

More details of the BID are included in the full Business Improvement District Business Plan accessible on halifaxbid.co.uk

Download application pack here.

Applications should be sent by email to info@thepiecehall.co.uk or by post to Halifax BID, c/o Anna Walker, Piece Hall Trust, Causey Hall, Dispensary Walk, Halifax, HX1 1QR

 Closing date for applications is 5pm on Weds 1st Feb 2017. 

Shortlisted candidates will be notified by 5pm on Fri 3rd Feb 2017.

 

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Place Recruitment opportunity – Town Clerk / RFO

WHITCHURCH TOWN COUNCIL 

Lead a progressive Council serving a historic Town

Salary Scale 39-42 currently, £34,538 – £37,306 Whitchurch Place Management Job

Don’t be misled by our traditional job title. Yes, we are looking for a proactive person with considerable administration and organisational skills, however we also need an excellent manager, leader, innovator and ambassador to partner our elected members in delivering their vision. 

We know this is a tall order but for the right person we offer excellent conditions of service, a friendly work environment, supportive team and members and rewarding employment.

Whitchurch is the fifth largest town in Shropshire, with fantastic heritage and good transport links. It is an important service centre for the surrounding area, and has a strong community. In fact, Whitchurch is a great place to live and work. 

Please download the job description here.

Please apply for an information pack and application form by emailing tcm@whitchurchcouncil.uk or by phoning 01948 665761.

For an informal chat, please phone Pete Cooper, 07793 291279.

Closing date: Monday 13th  February 2017.

We value equality we welcome applications from everyone who meets our person specification.

 

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Place Recruitment opportunity – Market Retail Manager 

Job Reference – ADC376 

£26,556 – £29,033 p.a.

We are seeking to appoint an innovative, creative self-motivated, Retail Manager who will plan, co-ordinate and take a lead in the exciting £1.6 million redevelopment of our indoor market, and developing and implementing a programme of action for our Outdoor Markets in Ashfield too.

With extensive customer service and retail management experience in a commercial environment, including, maximising financial performance, you’ll be commercially aware with a strong focus on improving the customer experience in all areas.Ashfield District Council - Employment

As our Markets Retail Manager you will be responsible for the management of employees and serve as the primary contact for all markets operations, and all health and safety issues; being flexible and committed to the role weekend working will be essential to this post.

If you have the following skills and abilities, we want to hear from you:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • An HND or equivalent qualification in retail management
  • Extensive experience in retail management
  • Can demonstrate business and commercial development and marketing
  • Experience in managing employees is desirable

If you would like to discuss this opportunity further on an informal basis please contact the Corporate Manager for Locality and Community Empowerment, Mrs Theresa Hodgkinson on 01623 457588 or email t.hodgkinson@ashfield-dc.gov.uk

To apply, please visit: www.mansfieldandashfieldjobs.co.ukMindful Employer - Employment

 Canvassing of Members of the Council (directly or indirectly) for any appointment shall disqualify the candidate for that appointment. Applicants should disclose if they are related to a Member or Officer of the Authority.

 Closing date: 24th January, 2017
Interview dates: 3rd February, 2017Disability Confident Employer - employment

 Ashfield District Council is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the Community. 

 

 

 

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 communitybloggers writer
  • 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 mark@reviveandthrive.co.uk or call 03330 124285

To find or advertise a position with Revive & Thrive Recruitment please follow this link for more information.