Director of Economic Development
Roles and responsibilities
To direct economic development and regeneration activities, strategy and commissioning, and act as the council's chief professional adviser on these matters.
- Lead the economic development and regeneration strategy team, advising members and directors on policies and initiatives which will achieve the council's objectives and contribute to economic growth in Kent.
- Act as the county's key representative with the business community and other external agencies, linking especially with district councils in order to realise employment and trade opportunities and maximise economic benefit.
- Develop, manage and broker relationships at senior level with key local, sub-regional and national stakeholders.
- Bring high-level influence to bear on the investment plans of partner organisations, effectively challenging and marshalling available resources in support of Kent's priorities.
- Drive forward a range of initiatives and projects that stimulate business sectors, working with a range of organisations at local, regional, national and international level.
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David's salary is £94,109.
David has not claimed any expenses for the past financial year (April 2016 to December 2016).
Our expenses policy applies to all staff. You can view a breakdown of all expenses claimed by our directors for the current and previous financial year.
Member of Division Association (FDA).
None to declare.