Chief Executive Officer
THE INSTITUTE OF ADVERTISING PRACTITIONERS IN IRELAND
HAS A PROBLEM.
Our problem is we’ve big shoes to fill. Our CEO of the last 5 years is moving on, as good people often do, and we need to find the next brilliant IAPI CEO. We need someone of vision, someone articulate, a consensus builder with great organisational ability and great leadership skills.
The successful candidate will be tasked with building on the amazing work that has been done over the last few years. Work that has made IAPI one of the most admired Industry representative bodies in Ireland.
Our industry is changing rapidly and we need someone who can identify new opportunities and implement existing programmes to further build a strong industry body.
The role requires a proven high level of skill and expertise in the development and delivery of policy, strategic communications and working in close collaboration with a broad range of stakeholders. You will need to demonstrate significant senior leadership experience to include proven event management experience. You will be an excellent communicator, both verbally and written, a creative problem solver and highly analytical with the ability to understand sets of data. Ideally you will have existing industry contacts within agencies or, at least, proven abilities to build and persuade.
To apply, send full career details including a comprehensive CV, a ‘Key Achievements’ document showing how you have demonstrated your achievements to date against the key competencies the role requires and a short cover letter/personal statement outlining why you wish to be considered for the post and where you believe your skills, experience and values meet the requirements of the position.
An attractive salary and benefits package will be offered. Please send full career details, quoting position no. 18025, by email - click APPLY or telephone Joyce Rigby-Jones, Senior Consultant at +353 1 286 7692 for an initial discussion. For additional information, visit www.gmb.ie or www.iapi.ie
All applications will be treated in confidence and no information will be disclosed to IAPI without prior permission.