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Highland and Islands Enterprise - Development Manager 

Application Deadline: Wednesday 20th April 2016
Development Manager
Auchtertyre, £26,229 - £29,907 per annum, excellent benefits package.

You will be responsible for providing advice, guidance and support to community organisations involved in asset-based community development, predominantly covering Lochaber and Skye, as well as some projects in Wester Ross and other areas as required. You will also contribute to the policy and sectoral development work of the team, which may involve new areas of activity, in order to support the delivery of HIE’s Operating Plan. In doing so you will liaise with colleagues in other parts of HIE, particularly in area offices and partner organisations as appropriate.

A key part of this role will be to bring fresh thinking to HIE’s work in the fields of community asset development, to help create a customer-focused business that is responsive and proactive and to work with the senior leadership team to set an organisational climate in which staff resources are aligned and empowered to pursue HIE’s remit, encouraging innovation and creativity.

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They encourage online applications but if you are unable to apply online please contact them for an application pack, e-mail or call 01463 244 414.

Job reference: 568
Closing date: 20 April 2016
Interview date: 29 April 2016

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