Regional Delivery Managers (two roles) – North of the Great Glen (1) and Wales and England (2)
We connect, protect, and restore
The John Muir Trust has been working to protect and enhance over 60,000 acres of land and wild places across the UK since 1983. The John Muir Trust is a community focused conservation charity dedicated to the experience, protection and repair of wild places, they care for some of the finest and most breath-taking wild places across the UK such as Ben Nevis, Knoydart, Helvellyn and Sandwood Bay. With over 25,000 members, supporters and partners contributing to their valuable work, their vision is for a world where wild places are respected and protected, where nature flourishes and where the value of wildness is shared for the benefit of everyone.
The John Muir Trust is embarking upon exciting organisational change and growth and is evolving at pace. They seek talented Regional Delivery Managers to support their bold and ambitious plans as part of their corporate strategy 2022 – 2026. There are two roles and regionally they cover North of the Great Glen and Wales and England. Part of the Executive team, the roles will focus on organisational strategic planning and development and leading regional teams in the effective and efficient delivery of programmes covering partnerships, land management, engagement award and advocacy casework.
You will be a strong leader in your field and be able to demonstrate strength in project and people management, operational delivery in line with organisational strategy and community engagement. You’ll have a deep understanding of ecology, rural economics and practical land management. You’ll be a natural leader and have the ability to successfully innovate, challenge and take the lead on using the organisation’s brand for delivery. It’s important you have local area knowledge for both roles – either North of the Great Glen, Scotland or mid/south England and Wales.
The John Muir Trust is committed to working together to promote a more inclusive environment and they need a diverse team to realise this. Applicants are welcome from all walks of life with diverse backgrounds, cultures, perspectives, and experiences to support their work on behalf of wild places.
The salary is £39,420p.a plus a range of benefits including 34 days annual leave and two ‘wild’ days per year.
The closing date for applications is 15th December.
To apply, please send a covering letter and CV to Kim Hunter, The HR Dept Highlands at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 15/12/2021 Location: North of the Great Glen & England and Wales