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13/08/2019 - Project Manager sought to promote Scottish Islands Passport scheme

The search is on for a project manager to promote a new travel scheme encouraging more people to visit Scotland’s 80 inhabited islands.

 

The Scottish Islands Passport is the initiative of HITRANS, the regional transport partnership for the Highlands and Islands, a project supported by the Scottish Government.  Its officers have engaged with a range of partners, including local authorities, VisitScotland, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, ZetTrans and various other stakeholders including Island Marketing organisations to get the ambitious scheme off the ground. 

 

HITRANS is looking to recruit a full-time Island-based project manager who will be responsible for implementing a detailed project plan that will include the development of both a physical and online App-based versions of a Scottish Island Passport that is capable of appealing to different markets and demographics.

 

The work undertaken during the 18-month contract will be overseen by a project steering group consisting of several key stakeholders including those who have shown their commitment to the project by providing the match funding to support the application. 

 

The intention is to develop the Scottish Island Passport to coincide with Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters in 2020.

 

A key element of the project will be to establish a sustainable revenue model that will enable the Passport to thrive and develop beyond the timeframe of the project, which is supported by the EU LEADER Programme..

 

Ranald Robertson, Director of HITRANS, said : “Scotland’s Islands are known for their beauty and wealth of history and culture. This is showcased across the individual islands through world heritage sites, nature reserves and protected landscapes, listed buildings, museums, galleries and performing arts.   To build on this, HITRANS is recruiting the post of Project Manager – Scottish Islands Passport, who will be responsible for the development and implementation of a scheme which will promote all that the Scottish Islands have to offer and develop sustainable economic opportunities in each island, and in particular those less well known or more remote.”

The deadline for receipt of applications for the new post is 11 September.

 

Details can be seen at the MyjobScotland portal. 

www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/organisations/highlands-and-islands-transport-partnership-hitrans/jobs/project-manager-scottish-islands-passport-166572

 

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