Closing date: Monday, 30th May 2022 5 days left
We’re looking for someone with outstanding skills to help us shape the recovery of nature and
the economy across the North of England.
Nature North is a new and exciting collaboration of environmental and conservation organisations from the public, private and voluntary sectors. The collaboration is hosted by Cumbria Wildlife Trust. We’re working together to make sure that the natural environment is at the heart of green growth and climate resilience in Northern England.
Supported by funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, we are looking to appoint a Project Officer for a fixed-term of three years. This role will pay a key part in supporting the Nature North Partnership to develop Investable Propositions for nature recovery at scale. The person appointed will support the development of an Investment Plan for Nature for the North of England.
You will work with the Nature North Development Manager, secondees and members of the partnership in supporting investment readiness, advocacy, communications and community engagement activities and collating the spatial evidence base in support of the Investable Propositions and Investment Plan for Nature.
This varied role will include leading on the following activities:
You will be a person who has an ambition to secure a better future for the economy, people and
nature of Northern England. You will have experience / ability to engage wider economic and
social sectors and have a good understanding of the political landscape around issues on the
environment and economic development. A knowledge of natural capital and its role in a green
economy is key. The ability to be self-motivated and be an effective communicator is also
Location: Home working - Remote-based (ideally within the North of England). The post holder must have
the ability to travel throughout the North, where necessary.
Closing date: 9.00am on 30th May 2022
For full details and to apply visit our website.
Interviews are likely to take place on 10th June 2022.