08 Oct Searching for your next adventure? Join our team.
The Highlands are home to Scotland’s most spectacular landscapes and are a magnet for people who are deeply conscious of their environment. Working with Highland communities, Highland Tourism Community Interest Company has been created to develop and market the region as a climate conscious destination to the rest of the world.
We now have an exciting opportunity for someone to play a key role in developing and actioning Highland Tourism’s strategies with our many ambassadors and communities across the Highlands.
Working right at the heart of the organisation, you’ll attend strategy meetings and events – helping us to attract new ambassadors and work closely with representatives of Highland community groups, destination organisations and development trusts. You’ll also engage with other destination organisations around the world to share learning’s and build understanding of environmental tourism.
You will support the work of the Climate Positive Leadership Group, actioning initiatives that will lead to Net Zero communities and businesses who will then strive for a climate positive goal. You will provide support to the Board of Directors working together with the renewables sector to establish Highland Renewable Energy Group as part of Highland Tourism CIC.
You’ll be working with some of the most influential people in the Highlands’ tourism and enviromental sectors – identifying inspirational content for our digital assets Highland Tourism and Escape to the Highlands and create powerful social media campaigns. You’ll also assume responsibility for our marketing planner, reports and database and compiling inspiring monthly e-newsletters.
– Development and stakeholder engagement manager
– Full-time, work from home (some travel to meetings and events throughout the Highlands is an important part of this role)
– Salary package circa. £30,000
To find out more about this role email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send your application by email to the email address below by midnight on Monday 24th October.
Yvonne Crook, Chair, Highland Tourism CIC