Tourism Planning Officer South (Australia)

Australia. - Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade: Tourism Planning Officer South. Job description Agency Department of Industry, Tourism and Work unit Industry Development, Tourism NT Trade Job title Tourism Planning Officer South Designation Administrative Officer 5 Job type Full time Duration Ongoing Salary $86,297 - $90,687 Location Alice Springs Position number 38157 RTF 283542 Closing 19/12/2023 Contact officer Kristina Dickman on 08 8951 8418 or About the agency Apply online APPLICATIONS MUST INCLUDE A ONE-PAGE SUMMARY ABOUT YOU, A DETAILED RESUME AND COPIES OF YOUR TERTIARY QUALIFICATIONS. Information for applicants – inclusion and diversity and Special Measures recruitment plans The NTPS values diversity. The NTPS encourages people from all diversity groups to apply for vacancies and accommodates people with disability by making reasonable workplace adjustments. If you require an adjustment for the recruitment process or job, please discuss this with the contact officer. For more information about applying for this position and the merit process, go to the OCPE website. Aboriginal applicants will be granted priority consideration for this vacancy. For more information on Special Measures plans, go to the OCPE website. Primary objective Coordinate the implementation of the destination management plans and other industry development strategies within the Northern Territory, engaging a variety of stakeholders to increase the effectiveness of tourism planning and development. Key duties and responsibilities 1. Collaboratively and proactively strengthen working relationships and networks with the tourism industry and Local Government. 2. Undertake research and prepare briefings across a range of issues impacting on the visitor economy of the region. 3. Facilitate a range of consultations for stakeholders and client groups to inform ongoing development of the destination management plans and sector strategies as required. 4. Work with the Manager Tourism Regions to increase awareness of tourism development activities to ensure a focus on relationship and stakeholder management and shared regional issues and opportunities. 5. Maintain a high level of collaboration with industry stakeholders including RTOs. 6. Ensure domestic and international marketing teams are briefed on specific development activities. 7. Implement the key outcomes of the destination management plans and other strategies as appropriate. 8. Work collaboratively across the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade and wider government to influence positive results for all regions. Selection criteria Essential 1. Demonstrated experience in the Northern Territory tourism industry, with an understanding of its products and attractions. 2. Able to clearly articulate Northern Territory tourism environment and its competitive development position in the domestic and international tourism arena. 3. Demonstrated initiative and ability to manage competing priorities, meet deadlines and work independently as well as part of a team. 4. Well-developed written and oral communication skills, including public speaking and negotiation skills. 5. Demonstrated ability to build rapport with stakeholders. 6. Practical knowledge of planning requirements, tourism trends and planning/tourism best practices. Desirable 1. An understanding of Parliamentary and government agency processes. 2. Tertiary qualification in a related field. Further information At times, this position requires travel to remote areas and work outside of standard office hours. A pproved: 21st November, 2023 Valerie Smith, Executive Director Industry Development Page 1 of 1. Publication: Fri, 08 Dec via #tourism #unemployed #australia

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