Environmental and Sustainability Manager

Devon & Cornwall Police

Exeter, Devon
Starting at £45,909 pa

Paid • Full Time • Permanent

Sectors: sustainability, carbon, climate & energy, environmental management

Closing date: Tuesday, 18th August 2020  

Principal Resonsibility

Reporting to the Force Executive, the role will lead on and contribute to the preparation, implementation and monitoring of an overarching sustainability and carbon reduction strategy for Devon & Cornwall Police.

  • Leading on the development and delivery of a range of climate change and sustainability related strategies, plans and policies to reduce the Force’s carbon footprint and improve its sustainability, ensuring the Force takes steps to ensure ISO 14001 accreditation is achieved and maintained
  • Proactively collect, analyse and evaluate energy data
  • Developing reports and papers to direct and embed strategies and inform appropriate parties
  • Undertaking detailed project planning, including financial management and forecasting, and developing related policies and sustainable working practices to influence organisational change and carbon reduction
  • Managing stakeholders internally and externally throughout projects, producing consolidated reporting and analytics to the Executive and other key stakeholders as required to influence decisions
  • Developing communications and promotions strategies linked to sustainability and carbon reduction, as the subject matter expert, in liaison with Corporate Communications and Engagement to shape organisational thinking
  • Managing agreements, contracts and project delivery as they relate to carbon reduction/sustainability with partners and stakeholders.
  • Evaluate and assess activity undertaken, monitoring and producing reports to the Environmental and Sustainability Group on progress against identified objectives and overarching strategies
  • Writing business cases and strategic papers linked to carbon reduction methods. In particular the Environmental and Sustainability Strategy.
  • Formulating and maintaining an up to date sustainability carbon reduction policy, in liaison with appropriate key internal and external stakeholders
  • Working in full partnership with sustainability forums, both internally and externally, to develop a community to respond to climate change concerns
  • Monitor and identify appropriate funding and spend, linked to specific projects
  • Representing the Force as the subject matter expert at relevant meetings, both internally and externally

For further details or an informal discussion please contact Mike Stamp, Director of Legal Services on 01392 226788 or alternatively email at michael.stamp@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk

Please ensure that your application provides evidence of all the essential experience and specialist skills and knowledge as outlined in the role profile as the short-listing process will be assessed against these criteria.

A completed Police Staff application form should be submitted as detailed within the application form.

CVs will not be accepted.

Reasonable Adjustments

We are committed to making reasonable adjustments for individuals with a disability to ensure they are able to participate and perform to their full potential in their role. If you feel you would benefit from reasonable adjustments, please contact Alliance Resourcing on 01392 225900 (option 1) 


The commencing salary will be within Grade 10 starting at £45,909 rising by yearly increments to a maximum of £50,103 per annum.

Closing date: Tuesday 18 August 2020   Interview Date: Friday 28 August 2020

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