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UK Cities Relationship Developer - EXPIRED

Job Title UK Cities Relationship Developer - EXPIRED
Contract Type Permanent
Location London
Salary £65k per year
Job Published 31 May 2017
REF 60958DW
Contact Name OS Perm Team
Contact Email ss.perm@tpp.co.uk

Job Description - EXPIRED

An innovative and urban space focused not for profit organisation are recruiting for a UK Cities Relationship Developer. With a UK wide remit your drive within this role will be to develop relationships with UK cities. This is a permanent role providing a competitive salary with attractive benefits.

Main duties for the UK Cities Relationship Developer:

Lead the organisation's engagement with local authorities and regional bodies.
Foster strong and productive relationships with key officers and elected officials.
Increase city leaders' understanding of the organisation's key capabilities.
Report back on key developments and opportunities in UK cities.
Establish strong connections and productive partnerships with organisations working on urban policy.
Working with rest of team to identify opportunities for collaboration and potential innovation projects with cities.

Essential criteria for the UK Cities Relationship Developer:

Graduate with substantial experience working within city authorities or consulting to cities.
Experience developing and managing relationships with senior individuals within local authorities.
Experience of establishing and managing a diverse network of people.
Insight into the current operating environment of UK Cities.
Ability to function independently and on own initiative.
Experience of major urban projects and how innovations are transforming urban infrastructure.

To apply for this UK Cities Relationship Developer, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 60958DW. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

We value diversity at TPP and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Ref: EXPIRED - 60958DW | Published: 31th May 2017