Planning & Performance Lead Jobs in Al Ula at The Royal Commission for AlUla
Title: Planning & Performance Lead
Company: The Royal Commission for AlUla
Location: Al Ula
To direct the development and implementation of effective planning and performance management mechanisms that align with best practices and international standards.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Plan and manage the sector’s strategy, plan (e.g., activation plans), operating model, objectives, and key performance metrics to develop the sector in AlUla, Khaybar & Tayma regions and enable the achievement of RCU’s overall strategy.
Evaluate, assess, and track the sector’s performance against set metrics and objectives to ensure high customer satisfaction and quality services that contribute to achieving the sector’s and RCU’s strategy.
Develop KPIs for the strategic planning program to measure, manage, and improve the performance of internal and external projects and strategic initiatives.
Manage the annual process pertaining to the preparation and approval of RCU’s sector performance metrics, including the setting and monitoring of organizational KPIs to ensure business continuity and achievement of the desired goals and objectives.
Develop guidelines and templates to facilitate performance reporting to ensure that the output is coherent and neatly organized in a specified format so it can be analyzed and consolidated efficiently.
Lead the development of RCU sector objectives by ensuring the cascade of the corporate objectives to departments/individuals through workshops with department managers.
Review and approve the analysis and findings in the performance to ensure that all issues are identified promptly, flagged immediately for resolution, and corrective actions are implemented and tracked accordingly.
Support sector entities in defining plans for performance improvement and support the implementation of agreed plans.
Create, communicate, and present sector-related progress reports showcasing the sector’s main achievements and highlighting key challenges and potential risks to ensure RCU leadership stays abreast of the sector’s performance, activities, and updates.
Manage the development and implementation of effective performance management mechanisms and the integration of digital performance management tools (e.g., dashboard) and practices to monitor the progress of all sector plans.
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.