A golden opportunity to join the largest nature conservation charity in Europe, which consistently delivers successful conservation at scale, forges powerful new partnerships, and empowers people to save nature.
We are looking for an influential and transformational Minerals Advice Manager, to lead our minerals advice work, engaging and empowering the whole sector to do even more for nature.
Minerals Ecology Advice Manager
Location: Flexible in England
Salary: £33,600.00 - £37,275.00 Per Annum
The RSPB consistently delivering successful conservation, forging powerful partnerships with other organisations and inspiring others to stand up and give nature the home it deserves. RSPB Sector Advice works in partnership with businesses to help address the nature and climate crises, including creating more habitats, conserving rare species, and providing a better environment in which to live.
We are looking for someone to lead our partnership programme working across the non-energy minerals extractive sector, which operates across more than 70,000ha of land at any one time, with potential to make a very significant contribution to the 30x30 outcomes for biodiversity. You will have the ecological understanding and knowledge of the industry to act to support the sector to realise its potential for biodiversity and associated public benefits particularly from sites restoration.
You will lead two important pieces of work; the Nature After Minerals programme which aims to influence the extent to which minerals sites can deliver priority habitats and species through both planning and restoration, and our long term highly effective partnership with CEMEX UK.
We want someone who can develop and lead a small, high performing team that advises in a targeted way across the minerals extraction sector. You will be entrepreneurial in growing the impact of this important work area. You will be able to influence decision makers, to innovate, be a strategic thinker, and to work successfully in partnerships.
This role requires significant amounts of travel, for which a driving licence will be required and which may include unsocial hours.
This is a permanent, ideally full-time role, albeit we would consider part-time with at least 30 hours per week, or job share.
The role may suit someone with experience from the conservation sector, from the mineral sector, or from ecological consultancy.
In return we offer a job where you can make a real positive impact to the environment.
Closing: Sunday 31st July
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Closing Date: 31/07/2022 Location: Flexible in England