One of the recommendations of the Night-Time Economy Taskforce, included the establishment of six new Night-time Economy Advisors in six cities and towns to develop new Night-Time Economy opportunities, last year increased to nine in total.
Cork City was first out of the block to open applications for the Cork Night-Time Economy Advisor.
Limerick City, Galway City, Kilkenny, Drogheda, Sligo, Buncrana and Longford Town are also part of the nine cities and towns, and Dublin city is the latest place to open applications.
Dublin City Council is currently seeking applicants for the two-year position.
The ideal person has operational experience and knowledge in the Night-Time Economy, experience at a senior level of event management, communications, media, creative projects, public engagement, PR or promotion. Along, with knowledge of the current licensing laws and planning and development system and key national policies and strategies affecting the Night-Time Economy.
The Night-Time Economy Advisor duties will involve:
- Establishing a Night-Time Economy Committee.
- Optimise and collate local data which will feed into the preparation of an NTE Action Plan for the pilot area.
- Consult – conduct an extensive consultation process to engage the local community in the process of. developing ideas for the NTE in the pilot area. This can be done through workshops, town hall style meetings,
surveys or a mixture of different methods.
- Review existing funding structures at local and national level to highlight potential funding streams for the Action Plan.
- Highlight challenges and opportunities and potential solutions
- Develop a comprehensive Action Plan to drive the NTE and support the implementation of the Plan.
Salary scale starts from €55,847…
Closing date in November 2nd.
See full info on the role and Apply here.