Project Manager - New Forest Car Park Strategy

Forestry England

Lyndhurst, Hampshire
£35,167 - £38,081 pa

Paid • Full Time • Fixed Term Contract

www.forestryengland.uk

Sectors: conservation & wildlife, sustainability

Closing date: Sunday, 3rd July 2022   6 days left


Project Manager – New Forest Car Park Strategy

Based at The Queen’s House, Lyndhurst, Hampshire SO43 7NH
Contract type: 2 year fixed term contract
Salary £35,167 - £38,081
Reference number: 217838

We are Forestry England. We are the country’s largest land manager, caring for the nation’s forests for people, nature and the economy. The foundation of our organisation is our world-class sustainable management of the nation’s forests.

South England Forest District includes some of our country’s busiest and most heavily protected landscapes with 46,000 hectares of land across public woods and forests, and two national parks. The forests are as diverse as the communities that surround them, with the large populations across the south coast and our proximity to London, we provide one of England’s most popular outdoor recreational destinations and have an estimated 45 million visits per year.

Forestry England has 130 car parks across its land in the New Forest. The current network was created in the early 1970s and is now in need of modernisation to help ensure we can meet the changing levels of demand and visitor engagement emerging post pandemic.

You will have the opportunity to help shape and deliver the future of this network, providing access to one of the country’s leading natural landscapes. As project manager your primary responsibility will be the development of the New Forest Car Park Strategy and future management model. You will be responsible for co-ordinating the project, reporting on progress and supporting discussion and integration against wider objectives.

You will be working with a range of technical specialists, assessing opportunities around the use of technology, civil engineering, spatial planning as well as visitor communication and recreational management.

You will also join the District’s Leadership Team, working as part of a wider peer group to support and help set the direction for the District.

Forestry England is a progressive and inclusive organisation, where benefits include a generous holiday entitlement, substantial training, development, and volunteering opportunities, as well as flexible working arrangements and membership of an excellent civil service pension scheme.

For more information on how to apply, please visit www.forestryengland.uk or click here to apply now.

For an informal discussion, please contact [email protected] by email.

Closing date: 3 July 2022