The Baker Street Quarter Partnership has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Security and Environment Manager to join a thriving and ambitious team.
Initially on a fixed term 6-month period with the possibility of extension.
As a key addition to the team, the Baker Street Quarter Partnership are looking for a creative problem solver and tenacious project manager who can combine effective contract management knowledge with an enjoyment of working with a range of stakeholders. This opportunity will suit someone who is up for a challenge and who will relish the opportunity to make a difference.
We are the Business Improvement District (BID) for the Baker Street area of Marylebone – well known as a desirable location and a key commercial district in London’s West End – as well as for a certain Mr Holmes. Our work is far reaching to ensure this vibrant area is a great place to work, live and visit. We are funded and directed by the larger businesses and property owners in the area and are not for profit, with everything we do focused on the betterment of the area.
The safety and appearance of the area are core priorities in our work ensuring the Quarter provides a warm welcome to those working and living here as well as for visitors. This role includes oversight and direction of our street management team, security and resilience initiatives and One Stop Shop (member support) as well as strong liaison with our private and public sector partners.
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Closing date for applications 10 January 2022 - later applications may be considered.
Any queries or requests for further information should be directed to Jenny George via firstname.lastname@example.org
Baker Street Quarter Partnership embraces diversity in all its forms and are committed to continuing to develop a diverse and inclusive environment that encourages collaboration and innovation.
We are an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment based on merit without attention to age, ethnicity, religion or beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, family or parental status or disability status.