Queenswood and Bodenham Lake Manager

Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

Leominster, Herefordshire
£30,000 - £35,000 pa

Paid • Full Time • Permanent

www.herefordshirewt.org

Sectors: conservation & wildlife, sustainability

Closing date: Sunday, 21st August 2022   2 days left


Queenswood and Bodenham Lake are much-loved community assets for the people of Herefordshire, managed through the Queenswood and Bodenham Lake Partnership, which is a partnership between Herefordshire Wildlife Trust (HWT) and New Leaf Sustainable Development Ltd.

This post will be employed via Herefordshire Wildlife Trust, and report to the Partnership Board. The Partnership’s governance and managerial arrangements are currently under review and may change in the future. The post holder will be expected to play a proactive role in this review and implementing any changes arising from it.

Main purpose of the role:

Delivery of the strategic priorities captured in the QWBL Vision and including the development and implementation of a funding strategy to resource capital/site management priorities. The QWBL Manager will be pivotal in developing the sites and contributing to future change.

Overall responsibility for the management and oversight of the Queenswood and Bodenham Lake Partnership (with specific responsibility for visitor experience at Queenwood), including infrastructure management, supervision of staff, volunteer engagement, oversight of contractors, “client” for new Service Level Agreements (SLAs) from HWT and New Leaf, delivery of SLAs to HWT and support for the QWBL Board of Directors. You will lead on all aspects of the day-to-day public access to the sites, ensuring that the public areas of the site are in good order and safe.

The QWBL Manager will be key to delivering the Partnership Vision (both directly and through co-ordination with the work of the partners) to reinvent the sites as beacons of sustainability and conservation (focusing on heritage visitor experience development and delivery) within a balanced budget. This will involve widening inclusive participation and increasing the resilience of the sites; based on an approach which is co-created with our current and potential stakeholders (individuals, communities and organisations).

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