BID Updates

Advisory Board Hospitality Sector Vacancy

Redcliffe & Temple BID is seeking a new advisory board member to represent the hospitality sector.

02/02/2024

Redcliffe & Temple BID is seeking a new advisory board member from within the Redcliffe & Temple area to represent the hospitality sector. This key voluntary role is vital in supporting the BID in delivering its business plan and a great opportunity for personal development. Find out more about the role and how to apply below.

 

ROLE OF BID ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS

BID Advisory Board members must be passionate about wanting to develop and grow the BID and helping to achieve the objectives set out in the Business Plan. They will be required to oversee the strategic direction and financial management of the BID. Where decisions are required, voting rights will only be held by levy payer representatives.

 Some experience of working within teams or management groups at a leadership or influencing level will be required.

 A knowledge or strong interest in at least one of the main 5 BID themes is preferred.

 

The main requirements will be to: 

  •     represent the interests of all BID levy payers
  •     advise and guide the BID team on projects and issues
  •     advocate for levy payers on strategic issues
  •     challenge the BID team and others where appropriate
  •     provide expert advice and guidance
  •     establish best practice and bring new ideas to the group meetings
  •     positively support the Head of BID and team and encourage success
  •     identify and help shape solutions to the issues that face the BID area
  •     advise on improvements to BID projects where appropriate
  •     agree and monitor performance measures for the BID
  •     attend quarterly meetings and a BID Annual Update Meeting each year (and commit to reading performance and budget reports ahead of these meetings)

 

When considering the Advisory Board composition, the following will also be taken into consideration:

  • representation of the different geographical areas within the BID boundary
  • representation of both large and small organisations
  • representation of the different sectors within the office category

 

Representation on the Advisory Board is available to all levy payers.  It is anticipated that the BID Advisory Board will have 15 members, from the following sectors / organisations:

8 office
1 hotel
1 retail / food & drink
1 Temple Quay management
1 Finzels Reach management
2 BCC councillor
1 BCC officer

 BID Advisory Board members will be selected by the Head of BID and the BID Advisory Board chair for an initial period of 3 years.  

 

APPLICATIONS TO BECOME A BID BOARD MEMBER

Please provide a short written statement by email to steve@redcliffeandtemplebid.co.uk outlining why you would like to be become a BID Board member and what experience / interests you could bring to the role.

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