Location UK / Coleraine Area
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Excellent opportunity for a Stakeholder Liaison Manager-Northern Ireland based in Coleraine
Title: Stakeholder Liaison Manager-Northern Ireland
Department: Northern Ireland
Division: Corporate Services, Policy & Northern Ireland
Grade: NICS Deputy Principal (HO Dublin Grade E)
Type of Contract: Permanent and Full-time
Reporting to: Director of Corporate Services, Policy & Northern Ireland
Location: Coleraine, Northern Ireland
Salary scale – £36,812 – £40,473
Purpose of the role:
Reporting to the Director of Corporate Services & Policy this is a key role in the context of the complex all-island environment in which Tourism Ireland operates and its responsibility for helping fully realise the potential for overseas tourism in Northern Ireland (NI).
The purpose of the role is to support the Director of Corporate Services and Policy in delivering his strategic responsibility for Northern Ireland within Tourism Ireland. The Stakeholder Liaison Manager (NI) will play a pivotal role in supporting the Director / SMT in enhancing strategy development and deployment.
In this role the Stakeholder Liaison Manager (NI) will facilitate ownership of strategic objectives for overseas tourism to Northern Ireland. The Manager will amplify the strategic actions required; ensure best in class communication of strategy, execution of strategy and results both within and without the organisation. The manager will amplify the key opportunities and risks and will assist develop the focus of appropriate action.
The Stakeholder Liaison Manager (NI) will be an important source of intelligence on NI industry performance and their issues of concern for the Director / SMT.
The Duties – Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities
1.Working with the Director of Corporate Services & Policy develop and implement NI stakeholder engagement strategies, policies and plans taking account of stakeholders’ interests and expectations and Tourism Ireland’s accountabilities in that regard.
2.Build and develop positive links and networks with relevant stakeholder groups.
As a senior representative of Tourism Ireland attend and participate in meetings and events with strategic and operational stakeholders to ensure that we –
3.Over time demonstrate improved understanding of the value-add of Tourism Ireland.
Track and monitor progress and outcomes and as necessary provide detailed evidence to secure awareness and appreciation of Tourism Ireland’s activities, accountabilities, and contribution to outcomes. In this regard you will promote the benefits of Tourism Ireland’s NI model to stakeholder audiences using your ability to advocate, influence and persuade stakeholders at all levels
4.Keep relevant people within Tourism Ireland fully informed of stakeholder engagement activities, progress and outcomes.
5.Coordination with Head of Business Partnership and Senior Managers:
6.Within the areas of responsibility ensure adherence to the company’s GDPR compliance policies and procedures.
7.Such other duties as the company may from time-to-time reasonably require. This role will involve travel within the island of Ireland and some travel overseas. It will also involve working unsocial hours on occasion.
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CLOSING DATE for receipt of applications is 12.00 noon (GMT) on Tuesday, 23rd October 2018.