Green Angels Project Officer

The Land Trust

Sandbach, Cheshire
£20,800 pa for a 4 day week

Paid • Part Time • Fixed Term Contract

Sectors: environmental education, sustainability

Closing date: Sunday, 24th February 2019   5 days left

Fixed term contract to December 2020 (with potential for 3 year extension)

The Land Trust is an independent charity dedicated to the management of green spaces for community benefit. We provide a cost effective solution for public open spaces, which delivers significant benefits such as health improvements, social cohesion, economic and environmental uplift and educational resources.

The Green Angels Project Officer will develop a programme of educational activities at the Trust’s site at Hassall Green, working directly with the Green Angels Project Manager and other colleagues to ensure that the project is fully integrated in the Trust’s operations. You will need to be passionate about the importance of local communities and their involvement with the environment. A DBS check will be necessary for this role.

Role and Responsibilities:

  • To manage initial site preparation works, working closely with the managing partner and contractors to ensure the schedule is maintained and completed on time and within budget
  • To develop stakeholder relations to promote and facilitate Green Angels activities on site
  • To organise and co-ordinate a schedule of activities to ensure quality training and engagement for local communities
  • To take a lead in the recruitment of trainees
  • To develop and maintain positive/supportive relationships with beneficiaries
  • Develop good relationships with managing partner staff
  • Respond quickly and efficiently to any queries about the project
  • Develop, monitor and maintain feedback mechanisms, producing regular reports on outcomes
  • Maintain a strong Green Angels/Land Trust presence on social media
  • Work closely with Land Trust’s Communications team to ensure that Hassall Green-Green Angels maintains a high profile and that they are up-to-date with activities/developments.

Skills and Experience:

  • Confident working with a range of people and groups
  • Self-starter, works well independently
  • Enjoy working as part of a team
  • Well organised, able to prioritise, good time management skills
  • Good social media skills
  • Full clean driving licence and use of a car
  • Relevant degree or higher education qualification


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To discuss this role please contact: Carolyn Hassall 07795 256145

Applicants should send a CV and covering letter, stating the position applied for in the subject header to:

Closing date for applications: Midnight, Sunday 24th February 2019.
Interviews are scheduled for Wednesday 6th March 2019.

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