The Inishowen Co-operative Society Ltd. is a thriving farm supplier and local builders’ merchants that has been serving the local community in Inishowen, County Donegal for over 50 years. The Co-op employs more than 90 people and has a turnover in excess of €20 million.
From initial registration as a society in January 1963, the Co-op today comprises 3 leading retail stores strategically situated across the peninsula in Carndonagh, Moville and Buncrana as well as a busy Mart and satellite store in Co. Sligo and a store, Limavady Agri & Build Supplies in Northern Ireland. It has enjoyed significant investment and growth over the past 15 years and is ambitious in its future growth plans and strategies.
The Board of Inishowen Co-operative Society now wish to recruit a dynamic individual who will lead the organisation going forward.
We are seeking to recruit a Chief Executive Officer / General Manager who, reporting to the Board of Management, will lead and drive the Co-op’s continued successful growth and development through strong day to day operational and retail management and commercial direction with an emphasis on strategic leadership and organisational change.
You should have a third level qualification in a relevant area such as Agriculture, Retail Management, Business Studies, Accountancy, Finance, Corporate Governance and at least five years’ experience, within the last 10 years, of working at senior management level providing effective leadership in an organisation comprising at least 50 staff and with an annual budget / turnover of at least €12m.
A detailed job and person specification is available from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candidates should send full personal and career details quoting subject reference: ICO20 to Thomas Mullin, Chairman, Inishowen Co-operative Society Limited c/o ICOS, The Plunkett House, 84 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 or email: email@example.com.
The closing date for applications is Tuesday the 23rd of June 2020
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