Digital Collaboration Centre (DCC) Manager

The ideal candidate should have experience in business development, business management as well as a strong understanding of – and passion for – the digital industry and building innovation eco-systems.

Key responsibilities of the DCC Manager will include:

  • Drive the establishment of the DCC to position it as the key cornerstone of collaboration in the mid-west.
  • Initiating and managing projects that promote innovation and collaboration between the DCC, Multinationals and local indigenous business in the mid-west to enhance their connectedness.
  • Develop and manage relations between the DCC and relevant external stakeholders, such as Enterprise Ireland, IDA, third level institutions and Local Authorities.
  • Establish a network at the DCC to promote business and networking opportunities between companies located at the Hub and other companies in the digital sector.
  • Day to day management of DCC on a commercial basis.
  • Taking on other tasks, as and when required to ensure the successful development of the DCC as a centre for excellence for digital collaboration, enterprise development and scaling.

Reporting to the Head of Innovate Limerick, the ideal candidate should have the following experience, skills and academic qualifications:

  • IT Graduate with third level marketing or equivalent experience.
  • Three years’ experience working in the digital industry with a strong understanding of the industry in Ireland and abroad.
  • Highly creative with excellent analytical abilities.
  • The capacity to work in a flexible environment under his / her own initiative.
  • Excellent visual, written and verbal communications skills and strong attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated teamwork skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills.

The successful candidate will be offered a three year fixed term contract with a competitive salary reflective of experience.

Application Process

Application in writing with C.V should be submitted to Head of Innovate Limerick at by 3.00pm Friday 23rd of October 2020.