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High Wycombe BID – BID Manager

High Wycombe

Location: High Wycombe
Salary: £35,000 – £40,000
Responsible to: Chairman
Job type: Full Time
Deadline: 5pm, 2nd October 2017


In High Wycombe (, the BID has just been renewed for 5 further years, starting October 2017 and this leads to the organisation seeking a charismatic manager to lead on project management, business liaison, partner relationships and leadership of the small staff team.


• To assist with the establishment of the BID’s second term (BID2).
• To deliver upon the BID Business plan and objectives and targets as agreed annually and lead on all BID2 project delivery
• To be the ‘face’ of the BID
• To be the main point of contact for levy payers, the local authority and other stakeholders.
• A visible presence with businesses, partners and stakeholders. To report regularly to the BID Board and any sub-groups, and provide written reports prior to each meeting.
• To manage any sector groups that may be established.
• To monitor BID performance, including oversight of financial arrangements
• To line manage staff and contractors, including recruitment, procurement, assessment etc.

For more information click here. Read more about High Wycombe’s Business Plan.

Basingstoke Together – Chief Executive


Location: Basingstoke Town Centre, Hampshire
Salary: £50,000
Responsible to: Chairman of BID Board
Job type: Full Time
Deadline: 12pm, 2nd October 2017


The core aim is to cement Basingstoke’s position as a key regional destination, ensuring a great visitor experience, and working with key partners to successfully shape the next stage of the town’s growth and evolution. The role will be a key player in delivering the future for Basingstoke town centre, working with levy payer and collaboratively with other business and public sector partners in the town.


• Help deliver the main areas of the BID business plan;

-Promoting our Town Together

-Creating a Better Place for Business

-Creating a Better Place for People

-Being a Strong Voice for Business
• Lead Basingstoke Together BID and be a high profile credible figurehead across all sectors of our stakeholder community and communications media.
• Working with the Board Chairman ensure that the Board has a strong focus on long term strategic issues that will ensure that the BID meets the needs of BID levy payers.
• Lead and manage the development and delivery of the Basingstoke Together business plan including the designing and implementing an appropriate level of performance measurement.
• Ensure that the BID has appropriate levels of financial oversight and control, as well as effective day to day financial management.
• Ensure the effective delivery of all BID projects as set out in the BID proposal and further developed in the BID Business Plan
• Oversee the development and delivery of an effective marketing and communications strategy which furthers Basingstoke Together’s aims and objectives and engages BID members, external agencies, stakeholders and opinion formers.
• Act as the main ambassador for the BID in interactions with external parties and develop strong relationships with senior representatives of BID members.

For more information click here.

Hastings BID – BID Manager


Location: Hastings
Salary: £27,000 – £35,000
Responsible to: Chairman
Job type: Full Time
Deadline: 28th August 2017


To manage Love Hastings Ltd, ensuring that the projects and commitments set out in the BID Business Plan are delivered efficiently and effectively.


• To manage the BID programme, ensuring an inclusive approach and to act as the primary point of contact for the BID and its levy paying organisations (circa 480).
• To ensure successful implementation of the projects set out in the BID Business Plan.
• Develop contracts and work with businesses to deliver specific Hastings BID projects.
• Where appropriate, to identify and develop new projects beyond those set out in the BID business plan.
• To actively engage all stakeholders in and around the BID area.
• To represent the interests of the levy paying businesses when liaising with statutory agencies.
• To develop and maintain effective links with all partner agencies, businesses and organisations.
• To secure leverage such as voluntary contributions from property owners and developers and grant funding/sponsorship opportunities.

For more information click here.

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