Shetland Tall Ships are currently recruiting for three exciting new opportunities to join the Lerwick Tall Ships team in the planning for next year's event.
Application packs for all posts can be requested from firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01595 502110. The closing date for all posts is 12noon on Friday 27th May 2022.
Tender Invitation – HSE Management Services
Tender proposals are invited for the provision of Health, Safety and Environment Management Services to Shetland Tall Ships Limited.
Shetland Tall Ships Limited requires an experienced HS & E manager to play an important role in delivery of Lerwick being a Host Port for the Tall Ships Races 2023.
It is envisaged that the advisory role will be provided by a Service Level Agreement to a self-employed individual or firm, with hours and working arrangements to be agreed between the parties.
Tender Invitation - PR and Marketing Services
Tender proposals are invited for the provision of Public Relations and Marketing Services to Shetland Tall Ships Limited.
Shetland Tall Ships Limited requires an experienced PR company to play an important role in delivery of Lerwick being a Host Port for the Tall Ships Races 2023.
The role will be managed and monitored through a Service Level Agreement, with hours and working arrangements to be agreed between the parties based on proposals submitted through the tender process.
Key Role – Chief Liaison Officer
Shetland Tall Ships Ltd are currently recruiting a Chief Liaison Officer (CLO) for the Tall Ships Races event in July 2023.
The CLO is responsible for managing and co-ordinating the team of Volunteer Liaison Officers appointed to look after the needs of the ships and crew during the Tall Ships Races visit to Lerwick.
Liaison Officers are important as the interface between the visiting ships, their crews, young trainees, and the overall event with activities provided for them. Each vessel in the Tall Ships fleet will be allocated one or two Liaison Officers to look after the needs of the crew and young trainees while they are in port.
Liaison Officers will ensure the event Programme is well communicated to the participants and that they are able to access the crew activities, transport, and services they require.
This is mainly a voluntary role, though expenses will be paid and a salary budget of £4,000 has been allocated to reflect the expected number of hours for the duration of the contract. This will be paid on a PAYE basis.
The successful post holder must hold a valid passport and be available to travel between 14th and 19th July 2022.