About Environment Bank
We have created a new plan for the planet. With our multi award-winning Habitat Banks, we are trailblazing a new path to restore and protect biodiversity by revolutionising how the commercial and natural worlds interact. We are making immense progress at pace and are currently looking for two Land Managers to join our incredible team. One in East Anglia and one in the North East.
- Reporting to the regional Head of Land.
- Onboarding of new land to create Habitat Banks on a regional basis by working with landowners and agents, identifying suitable opportunities and liaising with them to communicate our commercial proposition.
- In collaboration with Head of Land ensuring Habitat Banks are created and prioritised against Local Authority BNG credit demand and known purchaser demand (with input from the sales team).
- Oversight of all initial due diligence to assess site suitability as a Habitat Bank. This will involve liaising with internal teams such as ecology, project delivery, legal and finance to prepare initial site reviews and offer recommendation packs.
- Preparing data to support the targeted creation of Habitat Banks including but not limited to reviewing local plan policies, agri-environment scheme information and market sector reports.
- Ensuring the landowner process goes smoothly and ensuring contractual terms are effectively communicated, working closely with head of Land and Land Co-ordinator.
- Attending regional and national marketing events to promote Habitat Bank creation to farmers and landowners.
- Supporting work with Local Authorities regarding our approach and the sale process of BNG Credits.
Qualifications and skills preferred:
- A minimum of 1 years’ experience of working with farmers and landowners in a professional capacity
- Preferably a working knowledge of Farm Business Tenancies and environmental matters relevant to rural land management
- Preferably some understanding of using Land Registry and other publicly available legal and land management data sources.
- Excellent communication skills including presenting to groups.
- Organised and self-starting – able to manage own diary, keep a clear record of work undertaken and forthcoming priorities.
- The role will be based from home with regional site visits to meet with landowners as well as attendance at events.
- Full UK clean Driving Licence.
- To be numerate and computer literate and possess a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Word, PPT and particularly Excel.
Environment Bank is a fantastic, modern place to work with wellbeing being at the heart of our business. We have built a cohesive team which is incredibly collaborative and approachable at all levels, and as a result we have grown significantly over the past 18 months and are set for further growth. The company was established in 2006 by Chairman Professor David Hill CBE and his work has now been embedded into the Environment Act creating a rare and exciting opportunity for nature. We have secured significant investment enabling us to become industry innovators, bring our new plan for the planet into a reality… and this is just the start.
- Salary of up to £40,000
- Full time, 35 hours per week remote working
- Annual company performance based bonus
- Head Office at the vibrant York University East campus with free onsite parking
- 25 days holiday, plus your birthday, wellness day and bank holidays
- Company laptop and mobile
How to apply
To apply for this role you must have the right to work in the UK and we will ask for evidence of this at or before interview stage.
As the role is remote, we will need evidence that you have access to a road worthy vehicle and can access high internet speeds. You will need to provide us with a copy of your insurance document. Please note that for remote roles requiring site visits, you will need to be able to cover the area you are working in with no more than approximately a one hour drive in any direction.
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Closing date: 23.03.23
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Closing Date: 23/03/2023 Location: East Anglia / North East