Town Centre Management Job Vacancies Archive
Newport - City Centre Manager (Maternity Cover)
Posted : 15/01/08 Application Deadline : 01/02/08
City Centre Manager (Maternity Cover - approx 10 Months)
£29,728 - £32,436 pro rata
A 20 year vision for Newport City Centre aims to transform its economic and cultural profile as a dynamic and vibrant hub of the city. Focusing on promotion and raising the profile of the city centre, you will implement and monitor management strategies that deliver an innovative events programme, enable mechanisms for liaising with and engaging stakeholders, and fund-raising. You will work closely with, Newport Unlimited, the city’s urban regeneration company and service providers to ensure the co-ordinated delivery of essential services within the city centre.
Open the attached job advert document for more details.
Warwick - Town Centre Business Development Manager
Posted : 04/12/07 Application Deadline : 02/01/08
LEISURE AND AMENITIES
TOWN CENTRE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
£29,728 - £31,606 per annum
Plus essential car user allowance & relocation assistance
Situated in the heart of the Midlands, Warwick District is different. Here we mix the best of the public and private sector, creating a unique atmosphere and culture. With funding from a range of partners this new and exciting role builds on the work already established by the current Town Centre Management Initiative.
The role, based in Warwick, seeks to develop that initiative, combining traditional town centre management with the provision of general support to the delivery of town centre related projects.
We’ll look to you to co-ordinate the development and delivery of the Town Centre Action Plan with our partners, aimed at developing retailing, the night time economy and Warwick’s unique blend of culture and tourism. You’ll also provide support to town centre projects which the local authorities are charged with delivering.
We’re looking for a dedicated team player with accomplished communication skills - an excellent negotiator and motivator with plenty of initiative. Alongside at least 3 years experience in a pressured environment, you’ll have a degree level qualification and a good commercial understanding. You’ll also be able to prioritise your workload and plan projects to put them into effect.
For an informal discussion about this post please contact Ian Coker on 01926 456227
For further information or an application pack please download from our website www.warwickdc.gov.uk. Alternatively you can email email@example.com or contact our Customer Service Centre on (01926) 456099 (24 hour voice mail) quoting the job title and reference TCM1
Closing date: Wednesday 2nd January 2008
Those selected for interview will be informed by Tuesday 8th January 2008.
Interviews will take place on 18th January 2008 in Warwick.
Further information on the Council and the post can be found on our website www.warwickdc.gov.uk
- An Equal Opportunities Employer-
Blackpool - Town Centre BID Manager
Posted : 25/10/07 Application Deadline : 02/01/08
Blackpool Town Centre BID Manager
Blackpool is the UK’s premier holiday resort and attracts millions of visitors each year. It plays a vital part in the economic life of Lancashire’s Fylde coast.
In addition to the multi million pound regeneration of the seafront promenade, major investment in various exciting town centre projects is scheduled to take place over the next few years transforming Blackpool into a world class resort.
Blackpool Town Centre BID won the first successful ballot in the Northwest and came into being on 1st. October 2005, for an initial 5 year period.
Since then, the BID, which is a continuation of the former Town Centre Management partnership established in 1994, has been successfully delivering a wide programme of initiatives alongside the substantial redevelopment and investment taking place in the resort, including the town centre’s Houndshill shopping centre.
There are plans to develop a separate Seafront BID which would work closely with the Town Centre BID, sharing where relevant, resources and initiatives.
Blackpool Town Centre BID is now seeking to appoint a BID manager to replace the present retiring Manager, after 13 years as head of the Town Centre Management and more recently BID partnerships. The role will be to continue the delivery of the current BID business plan, building upon the excellent work already carried out, and to focus heavily on the new BID Proposal and balloting campaign in 2010
We are looking for someone who has a successful track record of managing complex projects including events, possesses excellent interpersonal skills, has experience of town centre management, marketing and promotion expertise and sound financial management skills. Experience of securing grant funding and sponsorship would be an advantage.
If you are interested in this position, please view our website at www.blackpoolbids.co.uk or contact our offices for a job description and person specification. For an informal discussion about the position call either Nigel Hanson, Town Centre BID Manager on 01253 292486 or the BID Chairman John Holt on 01253 624722
Applications should be received by no later than 12pm on 23rd. November 2007and it is anticipated that interviews will be held in early December.
Blackpool Town Centre BID Ltd.,
16, Queen Street
Chorley - Town Centre Manager
Posted : 20/11/07 Application Deadline : 07/12/07
PO-F (£32,436 to £34,991)
Plus Lease Car Option
Chorley is a modern, forward thinking Council with bold ambitions.
Following a decision to re-invest in economic growth, a new Economic Development Section was established, and we have gone up several gears in the last year.
We are now looking to recruit a Town Centre Manager to help deliver an exciting town centre masterplan which will provide a contemporary market town. Supporting a modern markets service in Chorley Town Centre will be an integral part of the job.
You will have 3 plus years experience in town centre or economic development, with the ability to understand complex issues and deliver change.
If you think you have the drive and ambition for this challenging role we would like to hear from you.
For an informal discussion please contact Cath Burns (Economic Development Manager) on 01257 515305.
For further information and to apply on-line, visit our website at www.chorley.gov.uk/jobs Alternatively, telephone (01257) 515176.
The closing date for completed application forms is Friday 7th December 2007.
Washwood and Yardley Town Centre Managers
Posted : 21/11/07 Application Deadline : 04/12/07
Town Centre Managers
Washwood Heath Road and Alum Rock Road
(part funded by Enterprising Communities ERDF)
Yardley - Acocks Green Centre and Yardley Road areas
Yardley - Yew Tree, the Swan and Hay Mills
£29,859 - £36,636
Our vision is for every town centre to be a vibrant, lively heart of the community,
where local residents are engaged and local business inspired. You will work with the
police, local traders, as well as the public, private, community and voluntary sectors,
to combat crime, build services, enhance facilities and create a centre that people feel proud of. Whether you come from the public or private sector, you’ll have a blend of skills. Regeneration, marketing, consultation and customer care are all important aspects of the role. You must be able to attract investment, initiate projects and lead negotiations with stakeholders, as well as bringing the delivery skills needed to make a real difference to the local area.
For informal enquiries, please contact Harold Mututa (Washwood Heath Post) on
0121 675 7582 and Richard Hulbert (Yardley Posts) on 0121 675 5492.
To apply, please visit www.birmingham.gov.uk/jobs If you don’t
have web access, please call 0121 464 1111 (8am - 8pm, Monday
to Friday) quoting ref: J11000 RR / NE
Closing date: 4th December 2007
Worcester - BID Project Manager
Posted : 17/09/07 Application Deadline : 02/11/07
Fixed term contract – two years Salary: £30,000 - £34,000 p.a.
VisitWorcester is the city centre and visitor management company set up in February 2007 to develop Worcester as a leading destination for business and visitors. A beautiful cathedral and university city, set on the banks of the river Severn, we have aspirations to see our city and its visitor economy develop significantly over the next five years.
To help us to achieve these aspirations, we are looking to set up a Business Improvement District which will deliver the necessary support and funding from the local community to add to existing management budgets. We have ambitious plans to deliver a range of exciting and carefully targetted events to attract business and leisure visitors, an effective marketing campaign to bring one of the Midland’s hidden gems to the notice of a wider public and a clean, green and safe strategy to make Worcester one of the most desirable cities in the country. Your role will be to ensure that Worcester achieves a positive BID vote within the next two years. The appointment is for a fixed term of two years with a possibility of extension.
VisitWorcester is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and entrepreneurial project manager to lead the BID programme from the start to a positive vote in 2009. To succeed in this role, you will need to have a solid track record of success in town centre management, a clear understanding of what will motivate businesses to vote for a BID and of how the public and private sectors interact. You will possess first rate inter-personal skills, be a well-organised self-starter and committed to seeing complex projects through to their conclusion
For an informal discussion, contact Georgia Smith, Head of VisitWorcester on 01905 722561.
To apply, download an information pack
and return it to VisitWorcester, 2-4 Copenhagen Street, Worcester, WR1 2EY by 02/11/2007
Halifax - Assistant Town Centre Manager
Posted : 15/10/07 Application Deadline : 29/10/07
Salary: £20-22k pa (37 hour week) - 2 year contract
(extension subject to funding)
Halifax Town Centre Forum is a non profit limited company. Our key objectives are to ensure that Halifax is a clean, safe and attractive place for all who live, work and visit the town. We strive to achieve this through working together with all town centre businesses & organisations.
The purpose of this role is to assist the Town Centre Manager in delivering a variety of projects including the day to day management of the Town Centre Forum. Current projects include Halifax Business Crime Reduction Partnership, Halifax In Bloom & Christmas promotions.
We are looking for a highly motivated individual who has an enthusiastic, flexible attitude, with excellent communication skills and good organisational abilities.
For an informal discussion about the post please contact Beth Ward, Halifax Town Centre Manager on 01422 360035
Application forms are available from Halifax Town Centre Management at 2nd Floor, 4 Albion St, Halifax, HX1 1DU, email:firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone on 01422 360035. Please quote your name, address and ref: REGEN.
Closing date: 12 noon Monday 29th October 2007
Kirklees Council - Town Centres' Manager
Posted : 11/09/07 Application Deadline : 10/10/07
£28,221- £32,487 (currently subject to review)
Ref: PP 4080
Partnerships and Procurement
An opportunity has arisen for a Town Centres' Manager to help promote and develop the economic vibrancy and vitality of north Kirklees, particularly Batley and Dewsbury. The Towns' Management team, based in Dewsbury, co-ordinates a wide range of events and activities, liaises with the business community and prepares marketing initiatives, including organisation of Batley's Carnival for Life, Christmas lights, In Bloom and Tidy Trader competitions, retail crime reduction, 'housekeeping' audits and production of leaflets, newsletters and a web site.
The regeneration of towns in north Kirklees is at an exciting stage with substantial development proposals in Dewsbury and major public realm and property improvement schemes being carried out in other town centres. The Town Centres' Manager will assist in promoting these initiatives, in consultation with local Members, businesses, local organisations and the local public.
We are seeking someone who has outstanding qualities in dealing with both public and private sectors, particularly in the areas of promotion, joint working and co-ordinated management. An understanding of the retail industry and processes of local government is also essential.
You will demonstrate a wide knowledge of town centre issues and have excellent verbal and written communication skills with enthusiasm and ability to motivate others.
For an informal discussion about this post please contact David Wyles, Partnerships and Procurement Service on 01484 221644.
The provisional date for interviews is the week commencing 27 October 2007.
Please apply on-line or contact the Recruitment Unit, email email@example.com
or Tel: (01484) 225121.
Closing date: Wednesday 10 October 2007.
Peterborough City Council - City Centre Project Manager
Posted : 10/09/07 Application Deadline : 28/09/07
£26,187 - £28,221 pa
Ref No: EN5532
As well as developing and implementing the City Centre Business Plan, you will manage a team of Street Wardens.
You will need skills in influencing, persuading, communicating and building relationships with stakeholders, including local businesses.
Closing date: 28 September 2007.
For an application pack please visit www.peterborough.gov.uk/jobs
or telephone: (01733) 742644 (24 hour answerphone) quoting job reference EN5532.
LB Sutton - Town Centre Manager
Posted : 05/09/07 Application Deadline : 24/09/07
£34,137 - £36,636
Ref No: CE530/A005
This all encompassing role will see you work with town centre partnerships consisting of businesses, retailers, police and the local community. Supporting our Head of Service, you’ll apply your experience of town centre management to create a strategy and marketing plan that will reinvigorate Sutton and help us compete with neighbouring boroughs.
We’ll look to you to focus on everything from ensuring cleanliness and safety to managing events sponsored by local businesses. Key to your success will be your ability to involve local people and companies at every level, and your talent for inspiring and motivating others.
For further information about the role, please go to www.shapesutton.com
For more information on Sutton, you can visit the Sutton website at www.sutton.gov.uk
For an informal discussion about, please contact Catherine Halls on 020 8770 5132.
To apply online, go to: http://www.sutton.gov.uk/jobsandcareers/
To request an application pack by post please telephone the Sutton recruitment line on 0870 700 0108, quoting the relevant reference number. Please state where you saw the advert.
Closing date: noon 24th September 2007
Interview date: 3rd October 2007