Based at Rothbury, Northumberland (home working currently due to COVID)
22.2 hours per week
Fixed term for 10 months
£27,741 - £31,346 per annum pro rata
Can you bring farmers together from across Northumberland National Park to encourage cooperation and knowledge transfer? Can you advise farmers on building resilience to issues such as Brexit and climate change? We are seeking an experienced and knowledgeable person to join our team of specialists advising farmers and landowners. Travelling throughout Northumberland National Park, you will co-ordinate an existing Facilitation Fund group of farmers as well as creating new farm clusters.
37 hours per week
£27,741 - £31,346 per annum
Are you passionate about sustainable land management? Can you work with landowners to deliver innovative solutions? We are seeking an experienced and knowledgeable person to join our team of specialists advising farmers and landowners. Travelling throughout Northumberland National Park, you will provide expertise on agri-environment schemes and collaborate with individuals, partner organisations, our specialists and communities to develop sustainable approaches to upland land management.
Project: 3 years fixed term contract
Location: Bardon Mill, Northumberland
Greenlee is a site of significant geographical and historic importance, featuring an abundance of internationally important habitats and wildlife. The Lough is surrounded by open moorland with mat and purple moor grass, peat bog and improved/semi-improved pastures and commons. Whilst this project officer post will be responsible for coordinating the delivery of the Greenlee Project, this will be done in partnership with and supported by the National Trust, Natural England and other key stakeholders. To lead and co-ordinate programmes of work on behalf of Northumberland National Park Authority (NNPA) and wider Partnerships, developing and overseeing the implementation of project delivery plans in close liaison with other officers at NNPA, the National Trust, Natural England, Land Managers and other key stakeholders. To further develop programmes and partnership working and to influence key organisations to deliver work within the National Park in support of the shared Vision of the 2016-2021 National Park Management Plan and beyond.