We are recruiting!

 St Albans is great place to live, shop, work and play, an enjoyable and attractive city.

We have an exciting opportunity for the right person (or people in a job share, and school hours will be considered)  to work alongside businesses and BID partners to spread this message using all communication platforms.

 St Albans BID delivers and partners with others to create and present visitor attracting activities. The post holder will be able to initiate, secure funds and deliver successful events and activities directly or alongside businesses and stakeholders.

If you are an inspired communicator, have experience in delivering destination activity and able to evidence the impact of your work, this job could be for you.

Read the job description below

https://www.stalbansbid.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/BID-Communications-and-Destination-Manager-Final-Sep2022.docx

Deadline for sending in your CV and covering letter to Vivien.cannon@stalbansbid.com  is Friday 14 October 2022.

Welcome

Welcome to St Albans BID, a Business Improvement District which is business led and business funded and formed to improve a defined commercial area. We work with local businesses and residents to create a vibrant, thriving, sustainable and resilient St Albans city centre by creating and investing in projects and initiatives that really deliver value back to the BID area, benefiting those who live, work and play here.

Our mission is to invest in projects and initiatives that deliver value to the BID area which will nurture an inclusive, vibrant city neighbourhood, support businesses and promote St Albans City and businesses as a premier, heritage destination, driving a prosperous local economy.

Today there are over 330 Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) across UK towns and cities with 30 in London alone.

 

“I am very grateful for all that the BID has done. I will continue to be an advocate for the work of the BID, never more needed than now. The Cathedral will continue to partner with the BID to make St Albans a better place in which to live and work, and for people to come and visit.”

Kevin Walton, Canon Chancellor of St Albans Cathedral