The Headwaters Glenorchy
Managing Director of The Headwaters
• Are you an experienced hospitality/accommodations/retail professional looking for a leadership role in a business designed to make a difference financially, environmentally and for your community?
• Are you an entrepreneur with a track record of growing your revenues, your people, your impact and your company’s reputation?
• Are you motivated by delighting and inspiring customers, developing new offerings, and leading-edge approaches to business and sustainability?
Located in one of the most beautiful places in New Zealand, just 45 minutes north of Queenstown, The Headwaters is the umbrella organisation that hosts the newly-built Camp Glenorchy cabins, Mrs Woolly’s General Store & Pantry, and Mrs Woolly’s Campground. Opened in March 2018, Camp Glenorchy is New Zealand’s first Net Zero energy visitor accommodations, built to the most rigorous sustainability standards in the world.
We are looking for our first Managing Director to oversee all aspects of leadership, finance and operations to guide the business from start-up phase to revenue optimisation and triple-bottom-line sustainability.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa
About TIA Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) is the only independent association that represents all sectors of New Zealand's large and diverse tourism industry. We are vocal supporters of our industry, working to ensure tourism gets the recognition it deserves as a vital contributor to the country's economy and social health.
The Communications Team achieves high levels of internal and external engagement and dialogue to ensure TIA is always abreast of the issues, challenges and opportunities facing the tourism industry. Providing high quality communications leadership and support for the organisation and its members is central to team objectives.
The opportunity We are looking for someone who has approximately two years experience in a communications role, to support the Communications Manager to communicate TIA's key messages to the industry, government, media and New Zealand public.
The Communications Advisor will be responsible for writing and developing external communications, assisting to keep TIA's websites up to date and ensuring that TIA's key messages are communicated effectively.
The successful candidate will have a 'can do' attitude, be able to cope with change and be able to deal with multiple priorities. You will have strong written communication skills, the ability to think creatively and excellent relationship management skills. Experience in dealing with social media and some knowledge of Te Reo Maori is preferred.
TIA has a fantastic team culture and is a flexible, supportive and fun place to work. We seek applications from candidates with a great work ethic who can bring enthusiasm, passion and a sense of humour to the role.
Applications close 5pm Wednesday 18 April 2018.
To apply Go to our website to see the Job Description - About TIA. To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to [email protected]