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WANTED: New CEO for Visit Jersey

WANTED: New CEO for Visit Jersey

Monday 02 December 2019

WANTED: New CEO for Visit Jersey


Visit Jersey's current CEO willl be stepping down from the role next summer and the search has started for the next person to champion Jersey as a top travel spot.

Keith Beecham has been leading the body responsible for the promotion of tourism to and in Jersey since March 2015.

The Board is seeking to recruit a replacement for Mr Beecham with a view to them joining in July 2020 for a period of five years. Candidates may already be resident in Jersey or live elsewhere.

Video: Keith Beecham speaking about Visit Jersey.

The CEO will report directly to Visit Jersey’s Board of independent directors and advise the Minister for Economic Development, Tourism Sport and Culture and government on all aspects of the development, value and impact of tourism.

The successful candidate can expect:

  • a competitive salary (with 20% tax rate);
  • performance-related bonus;
  • private healthcare;
  • 10% pension contribution (cash);
  • relocation package;
  • 28 days annual leave.

The appointment will be supervised by the Jersey Appointments Commission.

More information on the role can be found online. Interested candidates are asked to submit a CV and short covering letter to by Friday 6 December. 

"Tourism is on the up and working with our Government and partners you can make a real difference to the prosperity of Jersey," Mr Beecham said. "If you’re up for a challenge and want to live in a special place why wait?"

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