Job Vacancy – Community Wildbelt Project Manager

Community Wildbelt Project Manager

Responsible to: Head of Conservation
Location: Office in Chesham/flexible work, with regional travel (using own transport)
Contract type: Full time fixed term 12-month contract 37.5 hours (inc. some evenings/weekends)
Responsible for: Supervision of volunteers, managing contractors and consultants
Salary: £30,000 with 25 days holiday plus bank holidays

Closing date: 9am, Monday 21st March

The Community Wildbelt project aims to develop a sustainable approach to delivering joined-up nature conservation at the local level through volunteering. The foundation of the project will be supporting and facilitating volunteers in taking practical and positive action at a local level that directly supports wider regional and national strategies for Nature Recovery.

This initial 12-month development stage is funded by The Rothschild Foundation and Buckinghamshire Council and will focus on a project area around Wendover and Tring in south Buckinghamshire. Working closely with parish councils, local communities, volunteers and a wide range of partner organisations, such as statutory bodies and wildlife groups, the Project Manager will lead the development of this exciting project – building wide support and strong foundations for the delivery stage of the project across a wider project area.

To apply:
For full details please see the job description below. Please complete the attached application form and email to: using your initials in the filename for the attachment. If you are having any trouble downloading the links, please let us know.