The Deputy Director reports to the DTR and is responsible for managing and overseeing the operations of the department. The Deputy Director is in charge of all administrative functions, managing financial budgets and expenses and collaborate with executive members concerning the department needs. The Deputy Director is also responsible for the communications of the department and developing and monitoring progress toward departmental goals.
Key Results Areas:
- Assist in Leading the entire team of the DTR and responsible of all activities implemented by the Director of the DTR
- Collaborating with the DDTR, Minister of Tourism, PS Tourism and Quality Assurance
Consultative Committee for the design and implementation of sustainable tourism
development policies and procedures to ensure compliance with relevant laws and
regulations within the tourism industry.
- Collaborating with the Quality Assurance Consultative Committee, the DDTR, the PS Tourism and Minister of Tourism to ensure consistency in regulations and policies.
- Providing guidance and advice to industry stakeholders on compliance with regulations.
- Oversees the conducting regular audits and inspections of tourism businesses to ensure
- compliance with regulations.
- Keeping abreast of changes in laws and regulations affecting the tourism industry and
- implementing necessary changes.
- Coordinating the activities of the DPR with those of the Quality Assurance Consultative
Committee and the DMO, when needed
- Representing the DTR in meetings and conferences related to tourism regulations.
- Assist in the development and managing the department’s budget.
- Performing other duties as assigned by the relevant authorities.
- Collaborate and coordinate unit’s work
- Relationships with DMO and other government entities
- Bachelor degree in law, tourism, accounting or a related field.
- A minimum of 5 years of experience in tourism industry regulations and compliance.
- Strong understanding of laws and regulations affecting the tourism industry.
- Strong leadership and management skills.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
- Strong organizational and time management skills.
- Strong teamwork and collaboration skills.
- Proactivity, flexibility and adaptability.
- Strong understanding of the Tourism industry and trends.
- Strong understanding of crisis communication and reputation management.
- A dynamic work environment
- Interface with relevant government ministries and departments and tourism private sector entities
- Ability to travel
- Goal accomplishment within an environment of change and flux
- Work hours may extend to evenings, weekends and holidays
SALARY: Grade 9.1: $63,792.64 per annum plus allowances
Resumes with current contact information must be accompanied by a Cover Letter and two letters of reference (one preferably from a former employer) as well as copies of educational certificates and a copy of the Passport photo page, National Turks & Caicos Islander Status Card (where applicable). Shortlisted candidates must submit a Police Certificate.
Hand delivered and fax applications must have clearly marked on the envelope/fax cover sheet the Job Title of position being applied for. On emailed applications the subject line must reference the Job Reference Number (SRB3-23-33) and the Job Title.
Current serving officers must apply through their Head of Department.
Applications without supporting documents will not be processed.
“BELONGERS NEED ONLY APPLY”
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only persons selected for an interview will be contacted.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15th September 2023