Stakeholder Dialogue Project Co-ordinator

Dialogue Matters

Brabourne, Kent
£23,100 - £24,500 pa depending on experience

Paid • Full Time • Permanent

Sectors: sustainability

Closing date: Monday, 24th June 2024   5 days left

Do you have experience working with the environment?

Are you passionate about community engagement and empowerment?

Would you like to work in an incredibly varied, challenging and rewarding role?

We have a great opportunity to join a friendly, award-winning environmental consultancy as a Stakeholder Dialogue Project Co-ordinator.

Dialogue Matters is a small, informal, and friendly company looking for a special person to help us achieve more for nature, climate, and people. We design and facilitate Stakeholder Dialogues, and train people in the same award-winning skills. Our workshops, training, and research involve people in person and online. We work in the UK and abroad, with local, regional, and international organisations. Once employed, the right candidate will develop skills and responsibility enabling them to progress.

What you’ll do

  • Ensure projects are well run, taking responsibility for the organisation and behind the scenes support of dialogue processes and training, online and in person
  • Liaise effectively with all contacts to ensure projects are delivered to a high standard
  • Draft project documents and reports 
  • Draft tenders and quotes
  • Carry out desk top research
  • Support delivery of workshops, research, and training
  • Organise documents and files
  • Other tasks as required to help the general running of business
  • Occasional work and travel, and maybe even overnight stays, outside of agreed working hours

You’ll bring

  • A teaming and collaborative approach
  • The ability to figure things out and get things done, whether working from home or in office
  • Great spoken, written, and non-verbal communication
  • Solid IT skills, and familiarity with common programs (e.g. MS Office, Zoom)
  • Organisational skills to succeed at multiple projects and tasks
  • Understanding of the important role stakeholder participation plays in decisions around nature, climate, and people – or willingness to learn.
  • Willingness to learn and apply facilitation and participation skills and techniques, and/or experience of the same.
  • Space and tech to be able to work effectively from home as required (solid broadband a must!)
  • An environmental, psychology, or similar degree (or A-Levels plus training or experience)
  • Knowledge about environmental policy, organisations, and interests. (Desirable)
  • Own transport is essential

We’ll provide

  • A salary in the range £23.1k - £24.5k p.a. (experience dependent)
  • Some flex over standard working hours 08:00-17:30 Mon-Fri (37.5 hrs in total pw)
  • 25 days annual leave (plus Public Holidays)
  • Pension scheme
  • Structured and self-guided learning, as well as learning ‘on the job’
  • Friendly rural work environment and an office dog (Optional up to 2 days per week remote working)

To apply please send your CV and covering letter to [email protected] by 24th June 2024 at 17:00. Please clearly outline in the covering letter how you qualify for the role. Only complete applications will be considered.