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Logo: Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife TrustData for Nature Project

Post Title: Data for Nature Project Manager

Job Reference No: DFNP-PM

Salary: £28130.08 pa (PM) Pro rata (£5627.70 Actual)

Duration: Fixed Term - June 2018 to November 2019

Hours: Part time 1 day a week (7.5 hours per week)

Location: The role will be based our office Victoria Hall 37 Stafford Road, Sheffield but may require occasional site visits

Application deadline: 18th May 2018 at 12 Noon  

Interviews: Week Commencing 28th May 2018

 

The Data for Nature Project is an exciting new project funded for 18 months duration by the Heritage Lottery Fund. We are looking for someone to oversee and manage the delivery of the Data for Nature Project.  To develop and embed a robust, user friendly ecological monitoring system for the Trustís nature reserves.  To work with the Project Team to ensure the project meets or exceeds HLF requirements and meets all budget and reporting deadlines.

 

The ideal person will: -

  • Have 3 years relevant experience in nature conservation and general management.
  • Experience of, and a commitment to the collection and management of ecological data to inform and improve nature conservation advocacy and delivery.
  • Experience of developing and managing partnership projects.
  • Experience of managing teams, staff and volunteers.
  • Experience of overseeing project management including budgets and funding, ideally Heritage Lottery funding.

 

To apply please download an application pack from www.wildsheffield.com/jobs or request one from the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust Human Resources Department.

Logo: Heritage Lottery FundedPlease email recruitment@wildsheffield.com, call the office on 0114 263 4335, or write to Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, 37 Stafford Road, Sheffield, S2 2SF.

 

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