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To advertise in this section please contact Devon Underhill on T: 07834 556391 or email devon@a1mediamagazines.com


Chief Executive Officer - Lighting Industry Association (LIA) West Midlands, UK


£Excellent + package


The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) represents one of the most dynamic and fast changing industries in the UK. The UK lighting industry generates income of over £2billion from over 160 companies and is fundamental to helping create a more sustainable and energy efficient society. The LIA was formed earlier this year from the merger of The Lighting Association and Lighting Industry Federation and represents members from small businesses to global corporations. It works for its members to provide opportunities and support whilst offering an expansive network for knowledge share and lobbying. Strengthening the lighting industry’s reputation and sphere of influence is critical and consequently the LIA are seeking to appoint a new Chief Executive Officer to develop and lead their future growth strategy.


What are the responsibilities / demands?


• You will lead an organisation that is the public face of the lighting industry and communicate the vision of artificial lighting to a range of governmental, business and social audiences. In addition, lead the association through this era of evolution, enhancing the profile and consequently the reputation of the LIA both locally and internationally.


• A key deliverable of this role is the growth of the LIAs presence, membership and influencing power in the industry and beyond. You will deliver to a strong commercial business plan that emphasises growth and expansion.


• In your role as CEO you will be the interface between the LIA and its Council to ensure that the LIAs vision, strategy and targets are communicated in an appropriate and timely fashion.


• Evaluate all current revenue streams including the LIA training services and testing facilities to identify opportunities and efficiencies. Ensure corporate governance and management of LIAs services meet legal, compliance and regulatory requirements.


• Experience, or at least an awareness, of how an industry association operates will be important.


The successful candidate will be at the forefront of a changing Industry. They will represent the LIAs members within the UK during one of its most exciting eras. You will have the opportunity to engage with some of the largest business and political bodies in the UK. If you want to build a strong personal profile as lighting and energy become more and more prevalent to the UK’s sustainable future then this is a fantastic opportunity!


If you would like to apply for this opportunity then please contact David Gibbens at Mercuri Urval David.gibbens@mercuriurval.com or follow the link below:


http://www.mercuriurval.com/en/Countries/United-Kingdom/Jobs/One-Job- Ad/?ad=19485


Mercuri Urval is partnering The Lighting Industry Association on this search and selection exercise.


What are the requirements?


• You will be an outstanding communicator who is able to engage with people at different levels in different organisations. This will include managing the expectations and needs of the LIA council.


• You will have proven experience in leading a business unit related to the building services sector and be familiar with the trends in the sustainability of buildings and energy consumption.


• You will have led a business with proven skills in customer management. Operated at CEO / GM level with P+L responsibility. Also, a proven track record in managing at the top level across multiple business functions.


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