Location UK / Down
Job Type Permanent full-time
Salary £40000 - 50000
Updated 5 days ago
Consultancy Manager – Support and Revenue £48,680 pa Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)
There is no other organisation like the National Trust. We put such emphasis on our team of internal consultants, working regionally and nationally to deliver the best advice and support to our properties as possible, while developing our wealth of talent, expertise and insight. Our Consultancy Managers play a critical part in ensuring we are set up to meet our charitable purpose and preserve our special places, for ever for everyone.
This role is part of a cohort of four Consultancy Managers, reporting to the Assistant Director, Consultancy, and leading teams of discipline specialists who partner and support properties and places within the Northern Ireland Region.
This role will support and ensure that the strategic ambitions of the region are realised through the coordination of long term horizon scanning across the consultancy areas of support and revenue which includes fundraising, commercial activity, membership and tourism expertise. The successful appointee will lead on the development of the appropriate short, medium and long term plans in collaboration with our property teams.
What you’ll be doing
As Consultancy Manager – Support and Revenue, you will manage a team of consultants across the disciplines of fundraising, membership, commercial support and tourism. You will support and encourage them to be at their best every day and you will be responsible for allocating their capacity across a range of ‘business as usual’ and project tasks. You will lead our planning and implementation of strategy relating to all areas of tourism management, income generation and commercial activities across all our places, as aligned to organisational strategy and ambition and forge strong relationships with the 7 General Managers within the Region, acting as their ‘go-to’ person for advice and support in these areas.
Who we’re looking for
You will bring energy, commitment and focus to our teams; understanding how to interpret national strategy and implement it at a country level. You will be innovative and creative in your thinking, able to use data and insight to create and communicate compelling narratives for change. Your leadership skills demonstrate how you deliver through building and developing exceptional teams.
Above all, you will be committed to our conservation agenda, what we stand for and what we want to achieve. The successful candidate will need to evidence;
We do not accept CVs or covering letters for Northern Ireland vacancies. Please fill out the online application form on the National Trust Jobs website.
We are committed to equal opportunities and welcome applicants regardless of religious beliefs, political opinion, race, sex, marital status, age or disability.