National Marine Parks Lead

Campaign for National Parks

Home-based - within commutable distance to London
£32,000 pa (full-time equivalent salary)

Paid • Part Time • Fixed Term Contract

www.cnp.org.uk

Sectors: environmental policy & campaigning, marine conservation

Closing date: Wednesday, 10th July 2024  


If you are passionate about the sea and want to drive a new project to secure and support the UK’s first National Marine Parks, Campaign for National Parks wants to hear from you.

  • £32,000 per annum (full time equivalent salary)
  • Fixed term contract for 12-18 months (with possible extension subject to funding)
  • Home based - within commutable distance to London for monthly meetings
  • Part-time: between 21-28 hours per week (0.6 - 0.8 FTE) based on your preference.

This year is the 75th anniversary of the founding of National Parks in the UK. This newly created role will lead a pioneering new project to support and secure the UK’s first National Marine Parks. This project, funded by Esmee Fairbairn, will work with communities and partners, including Plymouth Sound National Marine Park and Blue Marine Foundation, to secure Government and wider support for National Marine Parks across the UK.

This key new role which will lead on all things coastal and marine for the Campaign for National Parks team, working across advocacy, policy, campaigns, communications and fundraising.

To find out more, including how to apply, download the Job Description and Application Pack available on our website www.cnp.org.uk/jobs

To find out more about the National Marine Parks project visit National Marine Parks

Apply before the end of the day, Wednesday 10th July 2024.

Please note, we intend to hold interviews on 22 or 23 July (either remote or in London TBC).

If you have any questions, please contact: [email protected]

About us

We are the only independent charity dedicated to securing the future of National Parks in England and Wales. Our independence from government means we can speak out for Protected Landscapes when no-one else can. Our mission is clear: we’re here to unite, inspire and empower everyone to take action and enjoy wilder National Parks.

We recognise that the environment sector is under-represented by people of colour, those from low income backgrounds, LGBTQ+ and disabled people and we want to change that. So, we especially welcome candidates from these backgrounds and operate ‘blind recruitment’, following best practice in equality, diversity and inclusion.

Work/life balance is really important to us and everyone in our team has a flexible working arrangement so that our work fits in with our lives. We offer: home working, support including an Employee Assistant Programme, and an enhanced holiday allowance and pension contribution. Above all, by joining our team you can make a big difference – we’re a small organisation and everyone in the team has a big say in what we do and how we do it.