Closing date: Friday, 8th July 2022
A Flood Officer for the National Flood Forum (NFF) is a diverse and rewarding job role involving working with grassroots people at risk of flooding to give them a voice in the future of their flood risk. It also includes working with Flood Risk Management teams in the Environment Agency, County & Local Councils, Water Companies & other potential partners. There is a six-month probation period where you will be required to learn methodologies developed by the NFF.
Key skills required are:
You will need to be proactive at managing entire projects including writing reports in a timely manner. You will be responsible for enhancing & promoting the NFF’s reputation with pride. Being able to work in a team is essential and will involve help & support to the NFF team when needed.
About The National Flood Forum
The National Flood Forum is a charitable organisation that puts flooded people at the heart of their policies and the work they strive to achieve. We are the only organisation dedicated to issues around flooding. We give support to people at risk before, during and after flood catastrophes and work to achieve a voice for those at the grassroots of flood risk. Exceptional time is given to engagement to create lasting relationships for those that need to reduce their flood risk. Support to those at flood risk is an everyday work expectation and we also provide bespoke services as tools to extend this support.
The National Flood Forum gathers from flooded grassroots, common issues faced in flooding and utilises these to work with Government for change.
For further details about the role or informal discussion please contact Amanda Davies [email protected] or 07734 899708
To apply please send
Please tell us how you heard about this position on your application.
Send to Jean Timmins, [email protected] or post: National Flood Forum, PO Box 7643, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 9BL
Closing date: Friday 8th July 2022 at 23.55 hours