Town Centre Management Job Vacancies Archive
Rotherham – Town Centre Safety Manager
Posted : 18/07/07 Application Deadline : 01/08/07
£26,187 pa (national pay award pending) Full Time, Permanent, Ref ED0278
With a £2bn masterplan that will transform the town centre, Rotherham is looking ahead to the future. The Rotherham Renaissance Programme is moving rapidly as we embark on the delivery of this masterplan with projects already under way. But in order to create a vibrant town centre we recognise that great places are not created solely through physical development, but by creating a safe and welcome environment for our businesses, visitors and residents. And that’s where you will come in.
You will lead the co-ordination of the Town Centre Safety Action Plan, working in partnership with the town centre Safer Neighbourhoods Team and a wide range of public and private partners to reduce incidents of crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour.
With experience of working on crime reduction initiatives within a business crime/community safety or town centre management environment, you’ll have a proven track record of partnership and multi-agency working and a knowledge of crime reduction issues within a town centre and retail environment.
An excellent Communicator able to use your problem solving and analytical skills to focus on key priorities across both the day and evening economies, you will generate income through the development of a new town centre business watch partnership in order to support future activity.
For and informal discussion, please contact Julie Roberts on 01709 336854
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Camberley - Town Centre Manager
Posted : 25/06/07 Application Deadline : 20/07/07
Camberley - Town Centre Manager
Application Deadline 20th July 2007
What an exciting opportunity there is in Camberley now! The town has never had a Town Centre Manager in the past, and so the successful applicant will have the chance to make a real and lasting impact on the town.
The Camberley Town Centre Community Interest Company has just been incorporated, and is well supported by both the local business community and local authority. The Town Centre Manager will be employed by the company to work for the benefit of the town, and shape the company into an effective and sustainable enterprise.
Camberley as a town is changing rapidly, with the Atrium mixed use development well underway, bringing 132,000 square feet of retail space, 128,500 square feet of leisure and restaurant use, a 638 space multi-storey car park, and 217 apartments to the town.
But that’s not the end, it is just the beginning! There is more work to be done to continue the town’s regeneration, turning it into a real destination of choice for homes, shopping, and leisure well into the future.
If you’re the right person, then come and be part of it!
Salary circa £37,000 p.a. (negotiable)
Closing date 20th July 2007
Interview date Thursday 2nd August
For further details, plus how to apply, click on the link.
Waltham Forest - Town Centres Team Co-ordinator
Posted : 05/07/07 Application Deadline : 18/07/07
One year fixed-term contract
£38,286 - £40,782 per annum REF: 794/50008707/CE
An exciting opportunity has arisen in our Regeneration Unit for a Town Centres Team Co-ordinator to help transform our approach to the management town centres in the South of our Borough. Building on our excellent track record of working in partnership with businesses, this post will help us transform service delivery through the attraction of inward investment and the improved management of the public realm. It will help shape the Borough in the context of the London 2012 Olympics and
developments in the Lower Lea and will contribute to the delivery of our own area action plans in town centre areas.
You will have experience of working in the field of regeneration, preferably in a town centres context, a good understanding of the factors that make successful town centres and the ability to translate policy into action through effective partnership working. Strong leadership skills and management experience will combine with energy, enthusiasm and political awareness to help us deliver town centre management services which are befitting of our location and which our customers and businesses deserve.
The post is for a fixed-term to cover a service review period but may be extended following the completion of the review.
For an application form and further details please visit our website at www.walthamforest.gov.uk/jobs
Alternatively, you can contact our Recruitment Hotline on 020 8496 4522 or write to The Recruitment Team, Shared Service Centre, Laurel House,
Waltham Forest Town Hall Complex, Forest Road, London E17 4JF.
Applications can be returned to the above address or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 18th July 2007.
Interview date: 27th July 2007.
Harlow - Town Centre Development Manager
Posted : 11/05/07 Application Deadline : 25/06/07
Salary: £45,000 per annum
This is an exciting time for Harlow. The former New Town enjoys a superb strategic location but needs a bold programme of renewal and growth to fulfil its potential and to secure its future prosperity. In particular the Town Centre needs further re-development but the proposed growth of Harlow will enable this.
Our vision is to make Harlow a thriving town, seen nationally and internationally as an exemplar of successful, sustainable, physical, economic and social regeneration. Our programme of action will include new businesses, new jobs and new houses.
Harlow Renaissance Limited has been established to deliver this vision. The company is a small but dynamic operating unit with the ability to enable major change and deliver tangible benefits for Harlow.
Harlow Renaissance is looking to recruit an Town Centre Development Manger to lead the development of the Town Centre Partnership and achieve a step change in the position of Harlow Town Centre within the sub-region.
The post holder will have responsibility for creating a self-sustaining Town Centre Partnership with a well developed and effective programme of physical improvements and promotional activity that is integrated with the wider renewal of Harlow Town Centre.
Closing date: Monday 25th June 2007
Interview date: Thursday 28th June 2007
For an informal, confidential discussion please contact Louisa Martland on 01279 400684.
For a recruitment pack please telephone our 24 hour recruitment line on 01279 446017 or visit www.harlow.gov.uk. Minicom 01279 446026.
St Albans - Regeneration and Town Centre Officer
Posted : 29/05/07 Application Deadline : 18/06/07
Enterprise & Development
Inclusive Salary Range £26,709 To £28,743 Per Annum (Pay award Pending)
In this role you will be responsible for the development and implementation of economic development and town centre strategies and action plans. You will engage with key stakeholders and council staff with a view to developing and implementing Economic Development, Town Centre and related strategies, action plans and promote the interests of the Council in these areas.
You will provide advice and facilitate the delivery of a range of initiatives relating to tourism, regeneration and town centre management. This will include tourism and visitor events, training and employment initiatives and a range of marketing, environmental and economic measures, to improve the vitality and vibrancy of the city, town and village centres.
You will be educated to degree level or equivalent with preferably a professional qualification in Regeneration or similar. Knowledge of key policy issues related to Economic Development and Town Centre Management including the potential impact of regeneration and tourism on local communities and the local economy are essential for this post
You must be computer literate, have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and possess the ability to interpret complex information, including government guidance and legislation. A general understanding of statistical techniques and the ability to interpret and analyse local trends and identify the key features of the local economy and labour market are required for this role.
This is a politically restricted post within the meaning of the Local Government and Housing Act 1989.
Benefits include: Lease Car or Car Allowance (up to £1,023 per annum plus mileage), 26 days annual leave, Flexitime, Reimbursement of Professional Fees, Removal Expenses, Free Life Assurance, Option to join Pension Scheme, and Staff Leisure Discount.
For full details visit www.stalbans.gov.uk or telephone answerphone (01727) 819573 or email email@example.com stating your details and the post reference number: ED.003
Completed applications to be returned to Human Resources by: 18 June 2007.
Interviews will be scheduled for: 11 July 2007
Merton - Town Centre Manager
Posted : 29/05/07 Application Deadline : 15/06/07
In the search for a rewarding career and an affordable and pleasant place to live, people increasingly come to Merton.
Whatever you may be looking for, from a supportive, dedicated management team to a real commitment to your development and training opportunities, we’re confident we’ll have something to suit you. The benefits of working for Merton include membership of the local government pension scheme, 26 days’ annual leave rising to 31, flexible working, excellent learning and development opportunities and access to subsidised leisure facilities.
Environment & Regeneration
Building better town centres in Merton
Town Centre Manager Ref: 3256
Fixed-term contract for 3 years
£28,578 - £30,660 per annum inclusive
Can you help us to improve Morden and Colliers Wood Town centres?
The London Borough of Merton is seeking Town Centre Managers for Morden and Colliers Wood. The town centres face differing challenges and your roll will be to work with local businesses and local residents in the town centres, other statutory agencies and the Council to achieve livelier town centres. You will need to work as part of a team and in partnership with others, both internally and externally to the Council.
You will need to be able to deliver initiatives and outcomes, both on time and to budget and be able to balance a varied workload. You will need experience of working in a partnership environment. The duties can be carried out as one full-time post covering Morden and Colliers Wood, OR two part-time posts covering Morden or Colliers Wood.
Applicants are asked to state their preference when applying.
The Post(s) are offered on a three year contract.
Closing date: Friday, 15th June 2007.
Further information about these jobs can be found on our website at www.merton.gov.uk/jobs where you can apply online. Alternatively, recruitment packs can be obtained in person from Merton Link, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, Surrey SM4 5DX, or by telephone on 08459 400 589 (24 hour answerphone) and by textphone on 020 8545 3222. Recruitment packs are also available in large print or Braille.
Wolverhampton - Chief Executive
Posted : 21/05/07 Application Deadline : 15/06/07
Wolverhampton City Centre Management Company
Wolverhampton is entering its seventh year of city status with exciting times ahead. A number of major regeneration projects are underway which will reinforce the city’s place as a sub regional centre.
Wolverhampton City Centre Management Company is looking for a top quality person to be our next Chief Executive and a Champion for the City. The company is well established and has been in operation for over five years, supported by Businesses, Wolverhampton City Council, West Midlands Police and other key stakeholders.
The successful candidate will have to combine strong leadership with great strategic thinking and a practical ‘can do’ attitude as he/she liaises and works with a unique range of stakeholders and city centre users. We are looking for someone with a proven track record in this field and a great interest in the future of Wolverhampton City Centre.
If this is you, please contact us for an application pack:
Tel: 01902 551077
or write to:
Wolverhampton City Centre Management Company Limited
18 Queen Square
The closing date for all applications is 15th June 2007
Interviews will be held on 2nd July 2007
For a full job spec and person specification download the attached document.
Truro - Business Improvement District Manager
Posted : 15/05/07 Application Deadline : 01/06/07
Business Improvement District Manager*
* subject to the approval of the Truro BID following the close of the ballot on 5th July 2007
There’s an exciting opportunity ahead for Cornwall’s capital city if proposals to form a Business Improvement District (BID) for Truro are approved this summer.
If businesses in the city vote ‘yes’ to contributing 1% of their rateable value to make Truro a better place to do business, then Totally Truro will need a talented professional to deliver a £1.5 million programme of city improvements over five years starting in October 2007.
Accountable to all contributing businesses through the board of Totally Truro, a not-for-profit limited company, the successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring that the BID programme is delivered effectively, on time and within budget.
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.
To apply, please telephone Dave Turner or Mel Richardson on 01872 224428 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org , for an application pack or download details from www.totallytruro.co.uk. For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Mel Richardson or Dave Turner.
Closing date for applications: Friday 1st June 2007
Interviews will be held on Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd June 2007
Appointment is subject to the BID being formally approved by ballot on 5th July 2007.
Candidates must be able to take up the post by 1st October 2007
Hinckley - Business Development Manager
Posted : 14/05/07 Application Deadline : 30/05/07
Hinckley Town Centre Partnership
Up to £42,000 pa (including bonus package)
2 Year Contract (with excellent career prospects)
Hinckley Town Centre Partnership is looking at new and exciting ways to boost footfall, attractiveness and investment in the Town Centre and complement other initiatives. Developing income streams including the use of the Business Improvement District (BID) mechanism, it would bring businesses together to develop realistic proposals with a mixture of marketing and promotional activities, enhanced customer service & raising standards of safety & maintenance.
This new post will support the Town Centre Partnership in achieving the above. You will be a self motivated, task orientated and with a desire to succeed. You will need well developed interpersonal skills, be able to juggle a variety of tasks and work under pressure.
Your working environment will be demanding but varied and with the scope for a great deal of personal development.
We can offer flexible working hours, a bonus arrangement & if the process is successful the opportunity to further develop your career in a new and expanding field.
Interested? Call Mo Aswat, our Project Consultant for further information on 07789792454. Send your CV to email@example.com.
Closing Date for CV’s: 30 May 2007
Hammersmith - Communications Manager
Posted : 14/05/07 Application Deadline : 25/05/07
£25k - £35k annual equivalent
Start Date: ASAP
The Greater Hammersmith Business Improvement District (BID) is a business-led not-for-profit company established following a successful ballot process in March 2006, to spend approximately £3m over its five year life span on improving the operating environment of local businesses.
This is a great opportunity for someone to act as a central point of contact for all Hammersmith businesses, to develop and implement a successful communications strategy and support the rest of the executive team in delivering effective projects and services.
Our ideal candidate will have experience of designing and managing complex events on time and to budget as well as experience of and ability to run effective networks and working groups, to chair meetings and to make presentations. They should also be well experienced in communicating effectively orally and in writing with people at all levels, be practically minded, and able to work well with others. Suitable applicants should be proficient in the use of computers and the internet. Knowledge of Business Improvement Districts or town centre management would be extremely beneficial.
Further information on both the company and the position, including a job description, can be found on our website www.greaterhammersmith.com.
To apply, please send a CV and cover letter including details of your current salary to:
1 Hammersmith Grove
London W6 0NB