Partnerships & Stakeholder Management Lead Jobs in Al Ula at The Royal Commission for AlUla
Title: Partnerships & Stakeholder Management Lead
Company: The Royal Commission for AlUla
Location: Al Ula
To manage RCU’s sector partnerships and stakeholder engagement activities effectively through executing the engagement strategy and coordinating all internal and external sector communication activities to facilitate the successful implementation of RCU’s sector stakeholder engagement objectives.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Establish the partnership’s framework and lead the brand and vendor selection of Hotels and Resorts and manage the partnerships with selected vendors and third parties to ensure hotels and resorts are operating efficiently.
Assess partnership opportunities by scanning the environment and regularly mapping different partnership groups based on needs (e.g., funding partners, project implementation partners, and asset management partners) to attain profitable partnerships.
Lead establishing strong working relationships with relevant stakeholders to ensure access to effective and prompt support and advice when needed.
Lead stakeholder mapping to enable the preparation of stakeholder communications and response to queries based on stakeholder categories.
Guide the development and updating of key messages, Q&A, response lines, briefings, and presentations tailoring messages to specific audiences to ensure effective communications through appropriate communication channels.
Establish metrics to measure the outcomes of stakeholder engagement activities and reports findings to sector planning.
Assess relationships with stakeholders to ensure that stakeholders are adequately engaged in decisions, events, projects, and other RCU sectors activities.
Lead the identification of enabling factors and barriers affecting the stakeholder engagement process and guide the implementation of initiatives to strengthen the enabling factors and remove barriers.
Compile management reports to be presented to key stakeholders covering insights on partnership decisions, engagement, challenges, and benefits to ensure risks are being highlighted and greater operational excellence is delivered.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, Economics, or relevant field (Master’s Preferred).
8 years of relevant experience.
Written and Oral proficiency of English languages.
Excellent communication skills.