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Storecheckers Business Development Manager for BIDs, Town Centre Managements and Public Sector

Location: Manchester HQ  1-2 days per week, with coverage of UK. High degree of travelling will be required.

Reporting to: Directors

Salary: £42,000 + dependent on experience, plus commission

Hours: 37.5 hrs per week

Holiday entitlement: 23 days

Deadline to apply: Noon on 22nd March

How can you make a positive difference to people you don’t even know?

BID’s and Town Centre Managements try every day to improve the experiences of people that use and visit their high streets, whether they be locals, workers or visitors. How can they best achieve this? How can we help them? This is what we strive for at Storecheckers.

By researching objective experiences within BIDs and Town Centre Managements, we learn what people like and don’t like; know and don’t know; understand and don’t understand about their centre. With this knowledge we can implement change for the better; improve the facilities, environment, knowledge and therefore the lives of those around us.

At Storecheckers, we are focussed on positive change, but this needs to be implemented via a consultative, insightful approach. Each Place has different challenges, and we understand that.

We currently work with many BIDs and Town Centre Managements, and are keen to spread our message of driving continuous improvement through knowledge and understanding of what towns and cities need in support and assistance to make the right decisions.

Are you passionate about making the world a better place, dynamic in the workplace, driven to succeed and spread our message?

If you feel you can respond to the challenge and join a dynamic team with a growing UK and international portfolio, then we would love to hear from you.

Download the Business Development Manager Background here  and the Job Specification here

To find out more about Storecheckers please visit www.storecheckers.co.uk

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Become the next Newbury BID Manager  This place management recruitment post has closed

Lead an Award-Winning Town Centre

Salary: £40,000 – £50,000 p/a, dependent on experience, plus performance related bonus
Working Hours: 37 hrs per week
Contract: Fixed term to 31st May 2022
Application Deadline: 22nd February 2019

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We have an excellent opportunity for an ambitious individual looking to further their career and drive positive change in Newbury’s award-winning town centre.
Newbury Business Improvement District Community Interest Company are the accountable body for the delivery of the Town Centre BID.
Coming to the end of year two of our second BID term, we are looking for an innovative and inspiring individual to manage all aspects of the BID. This includes the development, implementation and monitoring of the BID projects outlined in the business plan.
The successful applicant will be accountable to the Board of Directors, reporting to the Chairman.
Applications
Deadline for applications is 22nd February 2019. First round of interviews will be held
Thursday 28th February 2019 in Newbury. Successful applicants will be invited to present to
the directors on 8th March 2019.
The initial application process will require you to submit a CV and covering letter, outlining
why you are the ideal candidate for the role.
Follow the links to download a copy of the Job Profile, Job Description and Person Specification

Please email your CV and covering letter to russell.downing@newburybid.com

Become a Business Crime Reduction Partnership Assessor

Revive & Thrive Business Crime Reduction ServiceFrom September 2018 Revive & Thrive will be one of only two organisations assessing and accrediting Business Crime Reduction Partnerships (BCRP)

Revive & Thrive are looking to bolster their network of Assessors across the UK and are looking for professionals who have experience in crime reduction whether working for the police or in a retail or business environment.

Such a professional may already have experience in creating or running a BCRP or use the same or similar processes through a Business Improvement District or Town Centre Partnership.

He or she may also have worked in crime reduction in a shopping centre or other retail outlets.

Assessors are only going to be required on an ad hoc basis and the frequency is unknown at this time

If interested, please submit a covering letter email mark@reviveandthrive.co.uk or call 07590 005692

This is an exciting new role for someone looking to make a difference

 

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.

Marketing, Events and Memberships Manager – Revive & Thrive

Contract: Permanent (subject to 3-month probationary period) 

Reporting to: Revive & Thrive Directors

Location: Home based, with frequent national travel

Salary: £25000 – £27000 doe + bonus

Revive & Thrive is looking for an inspiring and self-motivated  individual to work alongside Revive & Thrive Directors, Corporate Sponsors, partners and others to manage the company’s various marketing strategies in order to continue to raise the company’s profile within the place management industry.

Support the on-going growth of the business through the delivery of high quality regional events, a monthly online publication and via other channels with the aim of using these to generate additional income into the business.

Submit applications to mark@reviveandthrive.co.uk by midday 1st May 2018

Interviews will take place on week commencing 7th May

Download Job and Person Specification here.

Marketing Manager – May Nineteen

Contract: Permanent (subject to successful probationary period)
Reporting to: Commercial Director
Salary: £25,000 – £27,500 depending on experience

Location: Exchange Quay, Salford

We’re searching for a dynamic and flexible marketing manager to take on two connected businesses, Maynineteen and PinPointer.

Reporting to the Commercial Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for managing both companies marketing initiatives.

Click here to download the full job description. You can apply directly via LinkedIn or by emailing: debbie@maynineteen.co.uk

Operations Manager – CityCo

Contract: Permanent (Subject to successful 6 month probationary period)
Reporting to: Chief Exec/Partnership DirectorRevive & Thrive Recruitment Position Closed
Salary: c.£33,000
Location: Based in Manchester city centre

CityCo is the management company for city centre Manchester and Salford, and as part of our work, we manage Manchester’s Business Improvement District.CityCo are advertising two jobs through Revive & Thrive's Recruitment Service

The city centre is an ever-changing environment; the Operations Manager’s role is to ensure that businesses are able to thrive in that environment. Leading a team of two, the Ops Manager will respond to the needs of business, creatively finding solutions to the issues that face them.

The successful applicant will be a creative thinker, able to quickly assimilate the latest information on major campaigns and initiatives put in place by our public-sector partners, to represent the needs of businesses, working with stakeholders to resolve and find sustainable solutions.

The role also requires longer term negotiation andd guardianship of local stakeholder agreements concerning the city centre environment. It requires an ability to present to varied and senior audiences, to gain trust and to balance long-term planning with immediate needs of our members.

The post works across both CityCo members and the Business Improvement District.

DOWNLOAD JOB DESCRIPTION & CORE COMPETENCIES

To apply please email a CV and Covering Letter to Alexandra King: info@cityco.com by 5pm, Friday 20 April.

Please state clearly in the subject line which job you are applying for.

Successful candidates for interview will be notified by Friday 27 April.

Interviews will be held in Manchester week commencing 7th May.

Operations Officer – CityCo

Contract: Permanent (Subject to successful 6 month probationary period)Revive & Thrive Recruitment Position Closed
Reporting to: Operations Manager
Salary: c.£25,000
Location: Based in Manchester city centre

The Operations Officer will work to enhance our business members ability to operate. They will directly liaise with businesses and with our public-sector partners in order to solve issues or find sensible paths forward. They will help businesses find their own solutions in a cost-effective manner.

The 2nd of CityCo's jobs being offered through Revive & Thrive's Recruitment ServiceThe officer will take responsibility for one or more of the city villages for which we have responsibility – including the Northern Quarter, Chapel Street Salford, the Village itself, and others. They will meet with local businesses, build trust and work with them to enhance and promote the local area.

They will deliver training and presentations to our members and businesses within the city centre. They will directly account manage a number of our members, proactively working with them to ensure their ability to operate effectively.

Underpinning the Operations Officer’s work will be the creation of new businesses networks or the expansion of existing networks.

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The post works across both CityCo and the Business Improvement District.

DOWNLOAD JOB DESCRIPTION & CORE COMPETENCIES

To apply please email a CV and Covering Letter to Alexandra King: info@cityco.comby 5pm, Friday 20 April.

Please state clearly in the subject line which job you are applying for.

Successful candidates for interview will be notified by Friday 27 April.

Interviews will be held in Manchester week commencing 7th May.

Business Improvement District Manager – Epsom BID

Salary or fee, whichever preferable: £45,000 – £55,000 per Revive & Thrive Recruitment Position Closedannum dependent on experience. One full time candidate. Initial six months probationary period.Epsom BID is using Revive & Thrive's recruitment Service to find a new Business Improvement District Manager

Contract commencement: BID term commenced on 1st April 2018, five-year fixed project term, renewable in year five pending successful reballot.

Epsom is a destination housing both big name stores and independent shops, a racecourse, university, college and offices. Like many centres, it is facing the strategic and operational challenges which need to be addressed to ensure it remains competitive and serves the needs of all of its users.

The, successful candidate will lead and manage the work of Epsom BID in conjunction with the Board of Directors. Implementing the BID Business Plan to reflect today’s challenging economic environment and responding to competing centres on our doorstep will be a priority. With a budget of approximately £300,000 per annum the successful candidate will also be responsible for operational management and will play a part in the strategic development of the town centre and wider BID area.

Click here to download Job Description and Person Specification

To apply please send your CV and covering letter outlining your experience and suitability to the role to Michelle@regenmanagement.co.uk

Deadline for receipt of applications: 5pm Friday 20th April 2018.

For any queries and to request a copy of the Epsom BID Business Plan please contact Michelle Baker on email Michelle@regenmanagement.co.uk tel 07527 016338.

Business Improvement District BID Manager – Future Wood Green

Responsible to: Future Wood Green BID Board of DirectorsRevive & Thrive Recruitment Position Closed
Reporting to: Chair of the BID Board
Responsible for: Future Wood Green staff team, consultants and contractorsBusiness Improvement District Manager sought for Wood Green via Revive & Thrive Recruitment Service
Position: Fixed term until 30 June 2023 – extension dependent on successful re-ballot (Probationary period of three months)
Hours of work: 40 hours per week. Regular evening and weekend working may be required.
Salary: Salary of between £37.5k and £42.5k, plus 5% PRP, negotiable depending on experience. Contributory pension after probationary period.
Location: Wood Green, Haringey, London

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The Future Wood Green Business Improvement District is aiming to completely change the image of Wood Green over the next five years, to tackle operational issues in the area and

to help businesses benefit from significant developments that are planned here. We are looking for a determined and creative manager to lead on our vision and to play a key role in its delivery.

Click here to download Job Description and Person Specification

To apply for this post, please send your CV and a cover letter of no more than 500 words to: info@futurewoodgreen.com

The deadline for application is Sunday 15th April

Interviews will be held in w/c 30th April

Business Improvement District Operations Director – Go Southampton

Reporting to: CEO (and with accountability to the ‘Experience’ Revive & Thrive Recruitment Position Closedtheme group and its Chair)
Position: PermanentGo Southampton are applying for a Business Improvement District Manager though Revive & Thrive's Recruitment Services

Hours of work: 40 hours per week. Some evening and weekend working is required.
Salary: £35-45k with more for an exceptional candidate. Contributory pension after probationary period.
Location: Southampton City Centre, Hampshire

A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join one of the most exciting new Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) in the UK.
No city can prosper without a thriving centre – a place where businesses can flourish, residents can find products and services they need, and cultural and leisure opportunities are many and varied. In the past, Southampton’s City Centre has not fulfilled its potential. Now there is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to put this right and to create a city of which we can be proud. Businesses in Southampton City Centre have created a Business Improvement District (BID) – an Join Revive and Thrive and read keep up to date with any recruitment opportunitiesorganisation owned, led and funded by local business with the long-term goal (working with others) of creating a world-class City Centre.

Click here to download Job Description and Person Specification

To apply for this post, please send your CV and a cover letter of no more than 500 words to: helen.taylor@gosouthampton.co.uk.

If you have a specific question about the post, please email giles.semper@gosouthampton.co.uk.

The deadline for application is 5:00pm on Monday 9th April 2018.

Administration/Communications Officer -Go Forth Stirling

Location: Stirling Go Forth Stirling is looking for a Administration/Communications Officer through the Revive & Thrive Recruitment Service

Salary: £17,000 pro rata for a 16 hour week-days to be agreed and also subject to work priorities

Overview 

Here at Go Forth Stirling, we’re more than just people who implement projects and initiatives, we are

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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!

To find out more, click here

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.Revive & Thrive is pleased to support Banbury BID

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 chris@heartflood.co.uk 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.

Background information
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

1. Better promoted

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.

Heartflood worked with Revive & Thrive on the Banbury BIDSend your CV and a covering letter to chris@heartflood.co.uk 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.

If you have any queries about this post, please email chris@heartflood.co.uk Further information about the BID is available from www.banburybid.com

 Bloggers and Writers Required

Choose Revive & Thrive for your Business Improvement District Feasibility servicesRevive & 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.