Project Manager

Farm Carbon Toolkit

UK home-based with occasional travel required
£38,000 - £44,000 pa

Paid • Full or Part Time • Permanent

farmcarbontoolkit.org.uk

Sectors: food, farming & horticulture, carbon, climate & energy, sustainability

Closing date: Monday, 29th July 2024  


About the Farm Carbon Toolkit

The Farm Carbon Toolkit (FCT) is a leading, independent farmer-led UK enterprise. We support farmers and growers to reduce their carbon emissions and increase their carbon sequestration. For over 10 years, we have furthered the understanding of greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture, providing tools for measurement and delivering projects that inspire real action on the ground.

Overview of this Role

The Project Manager will focus on the management of larger, multi-partner projects that FCT are engaged in, particularly those funded by Innovate UK. In these projects, FCT provides expertise in measuring and understanding agricultural greenhouse gas emissions. We also work to continuously improve the methodologies for measuring carbon and develop meaningful ways to communicate it, so we support good decision-making.

The successful candidate will be expected to possess a technical understanding of the subject matter combined with an excellent track record of managing projects. This includes budget and resource management, task prioritisation, risk management and quality control. In the role, they will work across both the Farm Carbon Calculator and Advisory teams, regularly interacting with staff, as well as our external project partners.

This is an exciting role within a dedicated team of advisors and experts, passionate about farming and how we can best support farmers to take real, practical steps in the transition towards a fair, just and nature-friendly decarbonisation of their carbon footprint.

Please download the job description on our website for details on the responsibilities, experience, capabilities, personal qualities and values.

About the team and work environment

We believe in being respectful, professional, empathetic, positive, collaborative and curious. These values help build our common culture, shape our purpose and guide us in our actions and decisions.

We are inspired by farmers who are showcasing and helping to support a thriving low-carbon farming future that produces healthy, nutritious food for all. In our work, we are committed to working with all farmers to support them towards this vision.

We are a small, remote-working organisation and recognise the challenges as well as the flexibility that this can bring. We come together as a full team, in-person, at least four times per year to reflect and discuss our work and plan for the future.

We enjoy working together, collaborating, and learning from each other. We are a dynamic, flexible and supportive team of people who care about each other’s wellbeing and the world around us. We are an inclusive organisation, committed to building a team of capable and thriving people from all walks of life. As such, we encourage applications from anyone who feels they have the relevant experience and skills.

Employee benefits

  • 25 days per year + statutory holidays (pro rata).
  • Pension - we contribute 5% on top of your salary
  • Generous budget for training and development
  • Free eye tests
  • Electric car salary sacrifice scheme available
  • Flexible working arrangements

How to apply

Submit your CV with a cover letter of no more than 2 pages of A4, outlining your relevant skills and experience for the role, to Rachel Hucker, [email protected]

Ensure that the file names of the documents you attach contain your name. Please do not include any photos.

Applications close: Monday 29th July 2024 midnight. 

Date of interview: We would like to interview shortlisted candidates on Tuesday 6th August 2024. If this date is not convenient, please let us know in your application email. 

Thank you for your interest in the Farm Carbon Toolkit and our job opportunities.