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Job vacancy: new Inward Investment Officer position at Exeter City Council
Posted on: August 18th 2016


Exeter City Council’s Growth & Enterprise Department has an excellent reputation for welcoming relocating companies into the area.  Having attracted, among others, the Met Office to Exeter, this department is keen to ensure a new supply of quality jobs for future generations of local people. 

We now have a new and exciting permanent opportunity for an exceptional professional to join our team.

You will manage the day-to-day maintenance of the Commercial Property Register, following up enquiries and forging relationships with existing and new Exeter businesses to create a facility that will support those businesses seeking relocation or expansion.  

You will be responsible for ensuring the highest standards of excellence at all times and will provide a professional welcome to relocating companies.

This role demands someone with good knowledge of commercial development or a similar related background and working in partnership.  You must be able to demonstrate a track record within a high profile business support operation.

As part of your role, you will monitor and review key performance indicators and analyse and present financial and other commercial data as required.

If you are looking for a challenging new business support role and have the right skills and experience to join the Growth & Enterprise team, please apply to join us.

For more information please visit: https://exeter.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/jobs-careers/current-vacancies/inward-investment-officer/ 

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