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    Default Manager - Caithness and North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership

    MANAGER - CAITHNESS AND NORTH SUTHERLAND REGENERATION PARTNERSHIP

    Based in Thurso
    Starting salary: 34,993 per annum, excellent benefits package
    Salary progression from 34,993 to 40,588 per annum
    Fixed term: to 31st March 2022
    We are looking for an experienced, proactive individual to take on the role of Manager for the Caithness & North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership (CNSRP)

    The Caithness & North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership is an informal partnership of the main bodies with an economic and socio-economic remit in the Caithness and North Sutherland area. Its aim is to co-ordinate and lead the response to the socio-economic impacts associated with the decommissioning of the Dounreay nuclear site.

    The partners are HIE, The Highland Council, Skills Development Scotland, Caithness Chamber of Commerce, The Scottish Government, Cavendish Dounreay Partnership and The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.

    Reporting to HIE’s Area Manager for Caithness and Sutherland, in this management role you will work with CNSRP’s independent Chair and CNSRP partners to ensure the delivery of a programme of actions that will support new employment opportunities in the area, as well as ensuring that the work of CNSRP is widely understood amongst communities and with local, regional and national stakeholders.

    To be credible in this role you will bring previous experience of working on multi-agency partner projects, and experience of liaising with and influencing a wide range of stakeholders across the public and private sectors. Previous project management experience is also a requirement of the role.

    You will have strong client relationship building skills, with the ability to analyse and review complex issues affecting an organisation, by weighing up conflicting opinions and reaching informed decisions.

    You will also be a strong negotiator, able to lead on discussions with public and private sector partners at senior level.
    Experience of working in key sectors relevant to the Highlands and Islands economy (e.g. engineering, technology, life sciences, tourism) is desirable.

    Web site -
    www.cnsrp.org.uk/

    For full details and to apply go to http://www.hie.co.uk/about-hie/worki...rtunities.html
    Last edited by Bill Fernie; 01-Feb-19 at 19:01.

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