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Reception & Administration Assistant

Cairngorms

Closing Date: Evening Sunday 17 July 2022
Salary:                       £20,554 – £24,637 (Band A)
Location:                  Grantown on Spey
Job Type:                  Permanent Contract
Hours:                       Full Time; 37.5 hours per week (though part time hours of 30/week may be considered)
Closing Date:          23:59pm, Sunday 17th July 2022
Interview Date:       Tuesday 2nd August 2022 (held virtually)
 
About Us:
The Cairngorms National Park (CNP) is the largest national park in the UK, covering 4500km2.  It is also a place of sheer abundance, having more high mountain ground than anywhere else in the UK, the largest Caledonian forest, some of Scotland’s purest rivers and finest livestock rearing farmland.  It is home to 25 percent of the UK’s rare and endangered species.  It is a truly unique place to work, with our dedicated and passionate Corporate Service team who are dedicated to providing the best people experience, every day. Furthermore, there is access to some of the most beautiful countryside straight from our Headquarters office door.
The Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) was recognised as one of Scotland’s top 10 flexible employers and listed in the UK’s Top 100 best not for profit companies to work for; we’re dedicated to both this fantastic landscape and our employees.
We now have an exciting opportunity for a Reception & Administration Assistant to join the CNPA, to be the public face of the organisation at our Grantown on Spey headquarters and support the administration service that our Administrative Team provide.
 
The Role:
As the Reception & Administration Assistant you will be responsible for carrying out housekeeping and reception services for the Grantown office, which includes being the enthusiastic, friendly and knowledgeable first point of contact for visitors to the office – public, partner and staff.
You will also support the administration service that the wider Administrative Team provide, including activities such as photocopying, filing and general correspondence.
So, if you are keen to be our Reception & Administration Assistant and you can display the skills and experience listed here, this is the role you’ve been waiting for.
 
CNPA Benefits:

Civil service pension scheme
25 days annual leave, increasing to 30 days with service, plus Public Holidays
Professional development
Flexible working
Cycle to work scheme
Use of pool cars

 
About You:
To be considered as our Reception & Administration Assistant, you’ll need:

Must have good Computer Skills – including Word, Microsoft Outlook and Internet Technologies.
Confident in dealing with people at all levels
Good communication skills
Capacity to prioritise a busy workload while understanding when to seek advice on relative important of activities
The ability to work individually (and using initiative) and as part of a team.
Ability to balance workload and meet statutory deadlines.
Must be willing to take a flexible approach to their duties.

 
Experience of working in an office environment, knowledge or experience of the Gaelic language would be desirable, but not critical and working knowledge of Access, Powerpoint and Excel would be beneficial to your application.
 
How to apply:
To apply, please click here
Please note, we do not accept Curriculum Vitae (CV).
CNPA is an inclusive organisation and we welcome applications from everyone irrespective of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, faith and religion, disability and age.  We are Disability Confident committed employer, if you are an applicant with disabilities who meets the essential requirements of the post, we will interview you.  In all circumstances CNPA appoints on merit based evidence the applicant supplies in meeting the essential criteria for the post.
If you require more information, or if you require any adjustments to be made to the application process due to disability please contact us on 01479 873535 or email: recruitment@cairngorms.co.uk
To see how the CNPA collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants, please view the Privacy Notice available on our website.


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Posted: 27th June 2022

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Cairngorms 2030 Programme Manager (Learning and Evaluation)

Cairngorms

Closing Date: Evening Sunday 17 July 2022
Job Title:                   Cairngorms 2030 Programme Manager
(Learning and Evaluation)
Salary:                       £39,878 – £46,166 (Band E)
Location:                  Grantown on Spey
Job Type:                  3 Year Fixed Term Contract
Hours:                      Full Time; 37.5 hours per week
Closing Date:          23:59pm, Sunday 17th July 2022
Interview Date:       Monday 1st August 2022 (held virtually)
 
About Us:
The Cairngorms National Park (CNP) is the largest national park in the UK, covering 4500km2.  It is also a place of sheer abundance, having more high mountain ground than anywhere else in the UK, the largest Caledonian forest, some of Scotland’s purest rivers and finest livestock rearing farmland.  It is home to 25 percent of the UK’s rare and endangered species.  It is a truly unique place to work, with our dedicated and passionate Corporate Services team who are committed to providing the best people experience, every day. Furthermore, there is access to some of the most beautiful countryside straight from our Headquarters office door.
The Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) was recognised as one of Scotland’s top 10 flexible employers and listed in the UK’s Top 100 best not for profit companies to work for; we’re dedicated to both this fantastic landscape and our employees.
We now have an exciting opportunity for a Cairngorms 2030 Programme Manager (Learning and Evaluation) to join the CNPA, deputising for the Head of Heritage Horizons: Cairngorms 2030 in the management of the overall programme delivery, whilst having specific responsibility to develop and implement the planned research, programme monitoring and evaluation, and knowledge exchange elements of Cairngorms 2030 (funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and CNPA).
 
The Role:
With the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) and national lottery players, the Cairngorms 2030 Programme Manager (Learning and Evaluation) is part of a team that the Cairngorms National Park Authority is recruiting to lead innovative, collaborative, and transformative change as we tackle the climate emergency and nature crisis and deliver an economy that works for all. Our ambition is large scale, inclusive, transformational change that delivers our collective climate and biodiversity responsibilities.  Acting comprehensively across the UK’s largest National Park, you will give residents and visitors the tools to make a difference. With over 45 committed partners, our collective endeavour is for the Park to become a global exemplar with integrity and heart, where the future is placed in the hands of the people and communities that live, work and visit here.  The Cairngorms 2030: People and Nature Thriving Together Programme is in an NLHF development phase which will culminate in the production of a full application to the NLHF.
For further information on the programme, please visit Heritage Horizons: Cairngorms 2030
 
As the Cairngorms 2030 Programme Manager (Learning and Evaluation) you will deputise for the Head of Heritage Horizons: Cairngorms 2030 in the management of the overall programme delivery, while taking specific responsibility to develop and implement the planned research, programme monitoring and evaluation, and knowledge exchange elements of Cairngorms 2030.  This means you will develop real understanding of all aspects of the programme.
You will take lead responsibility within the Programme on monitoring and evaluation of activities and achievement of outcomes, and on the development and implementation of internal (within Cairngorms NPA and Programme Partners) and external knowledge exchange and “lessons learned” projects.  This means that you will have opportunities to develop great working relationships with both colleagues and external stakeholders.
You will ensure best practice programme and project management practices are designed, embedded and consistently adhered to across the programme, adapting standard practice as appropriate where project delivery requirements justify amended approaches. Meaning that you will play a crucial role in the maintenance of best practice programme and project management approaches across the Cairngorms 2030 Programme.
The Cairngorms 2030 Programme Manager (Learning and Evaluation) will also contribute to the development and production of project plans and supporting documents to be included in the second phase (delivery) of the NLHF funding application.
So, if you are keen to be the Cairngorms 2030 Programme Manager (Learning and Evaluation) and lead our digital communications and strategy and you can display the skills and experience listed here, this is the role you’ve been waiting for.
 
CNPA Benefits:

Civil service pension scheme
25 days annual leave, increasing to 30 days with service, plus Public Holidays
Professional development
Flexible working
Cycle to work scheme
Use of pool cars

 
About You:
To be considered as our Cairngorms 2030 Programme Manager (Learning and Evaluation), you’ll need:

Educated to degree level or an equivalent level of experience.
Significant experience of managing project evaluation and knowledge exchange programmes
Proven experience of delivering project management responsibilities successfully including the coordination and completion of projects on time within budget and within scope.
Competence in the management and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data pertaining to climate change, sustainability, carbon, land use, sustainable lifestyles, behaviour change, and/or community empowerment.
Experience in the delivery of inclusive knowledge exchange activities with diverse stakeholders.
Experience of planning and delivering action research projects.
Confidence in liaising with diverse project partners including senior academics; practitioners in environmental, heritage and community sectors, activists, community members and volunteers.

 
Experience of commissioning procurement processes and associated contract management, project management qualification, an understanding of the purpose and aims of the Cairngorms National Park and knowledge of the Gaelic language would be beneficial to your application.
 
How to apply:
To apply, please click here
Please note, we do not accept Curriculum Vitae (CV).
CNPA is an inclusive organisation and we welcome applications from everyone irrespective of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, faith and religion, disability and age.  We are Disability Confident committed employer, if you are an applicant with disabilities who meets the essential requirements of the post, we will interview you.  In all circumstances CNPA appoints on merit based evidence the applicant supplies in meeting the essential criteria for the post.
If you require more information, or if you require any adjustments to be made to the application process due to disability please contact us on 01479 873535 or email: recruitment@cairngorms.co.uk
To see how the CNPA collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants, please view the Privacy Notice available on our website.
     

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Posted: 27th June 2022

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Cairngorms Peatland Action Project Officer x 2 posts

Cairngorms

Closing Date: Evening Sunday 17 July 2022
Salary:                       £32,766 – £39,301 (Band D)
Location:                  Grantown on Spey
Job Type:                  Permanent Contract
Hours:                       Full Time; 37.5 hours per week (though part time hours of 30/week may be considered)
Closing Date:          23:59pm, Sunday 17th July 2022
Interview Date:       Thursday 28th July 2022 (held virtually)
 
About Us:
The Cairngorms National Park (CNP) is the largest national park in the UK, covering 4500km2.  It is also a place of sheer abundance, having more high mountain ground than anywhere else in the UK, the largest Caledonian forest, some of Scotland’s purest rivers and finest livestock rearing farmland.  It is home to 25 percent of the UK’s rare and endangered species.  It is a truly unique place to work, with our dedicated and passionate Nature & Climate Change directorate who are committed to achieving the best for both conservation and land management. Furthermore, there is access to some of the most beautiful countryside straight from our Headquarters office door.
The Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) was recognised as one of Scotland’s top 10 flexible employers and listed in the UK’s Top 100 best not for profit companies to work for; we’re dedicated to both this fantastic landscape and our employees.
We now have an exciting opportunity for 2 Peatland Officers to join the CNPA, identifying suitable projects which can reduce loss of carbon or promote carbon storage, restore peatland function, improve habitats and biodiversity, and increase the rate and scale of peatland restoration.
The Role:
As one of the Cairngorms Peatland Action Project Officers you will support applicants applying and delivering their own projects funded by the CNPA Peatland ACTION Grant Scheme, to fully supporting projects from conception to completion.
You will scope, survey, and design of restoration projects, obtain permissions, assess site constraints, define suitable restoration technique and related costs, supervise works to ensure delivery is to the required standards and ensure that projects are CDM (Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015) compliant.
You will feed into Peatland Code aspects of restoration projects as appropriate and you may be asked to quality assure / inspect Peatland ACTION funded works delivered by others within the National Park.
So, if you are keen to be one of our Cairngorms Peatland Action Project Officers and you can display the skills and experience listed here, this is the role you’ve been waiting for.
 
CNPA Benefits:

Civil service pension scheme
25 days annual leave, increasing to 30 days with service, plus Public Holidays
Professional development
Flexible working
Cycle to work scheme
Use of pool cars

 
About You:
To be considered as one of our Cairngorms Peatland Action Officers, you’ll need:

Good knowledge of upland land management practices and related challenges
Practical experience of producing plans, specifications, and costs for habitat restoration schemes, ideally with some experience of specifying peatland works
Experience of supervising or managing contractors
Experience of developing and maintaining positive working relationships with land managers, agencies, organisations, contractors, and suppliers to deliver successful land management projects
Proven ability to manage workloads, achieve targets, and deliver projects on budget and on time.
Articulate with excellent communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills
Highly organised and possessing good time-management skills
Computer and IT literate, including use of GIS
A full UK driving licence
Flexible approach to working hours as evening and weekend working will be occasionally required
Physically fit and able to walk into remote locations and navigate across challenging upland terrain in all weather

 
Direct experience of peatland survey, management, and restoration techniques, relevant botanical knowledge of upland and mire species, an understanding of the hydrology, ecology and geomorphology of peatland systems, experience in procuring and interrogating land use information in GIS systems, experience in successfully applying for funding from grant awarding bodies, an understanding of CDM Regulations, a degree, equivalent training, or proven experience related to land management/ environmental management/ agriculture/ forestry/ nature conservation, proven track record of meeting challenges and overcoming conflict, knowledge and experience of carbon accounting and funding, experience of working in a small dynamic team, working knowledge of one or more of the following themes: upland farming, management of wild deer, woodland and forestry, natural flood management, habitat restoration and/or moorland management for sporting interests and corporate membership of an appropriate professional body would be beneficial to your application.
 
How to apply:
To apply, please click here
Please note, we do not accept Curriculum Vitae (CV).
CNPA is an inclusive organisation and we welcome applications from everyone irrespective of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, faith and religion, disability and age.  We are Disability Confident committed employer, if you are an applicant with disabilities who meets the essential requirements of the post, we will interview you.  In all circumstances CNPA appoints on merit based evidence the applicant supplies in meeting the essential criteria for the post.
If you require more information, or if you require any adjustments to be made to the application process due to disability please contact us on 01479 873535 or email: recruitment@cairngorms.co.uk
To see how the CNPA collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants, please view the Privacy Notice available on our website.


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Posted: 27th June 2022

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Planning Ecological Advice Officer

Cairngorms

Closing Date: Evening Sunday 17 July 2022
Salary:                       £27,830 – £30,277 (Band C)
Location:                  Grantown on Spey
Job Type:                  Permanent Contract
Hours:                       Full Time; 37.5 hours per week (though part time hours of 30/week may be considered)
Closing Date:          23:59pm, Sunday 17th July 2022
Interview Date:       Thursday 4th August 2022 (held virtually)
 
About Us:
The Cairngorms National Park (CNP) is the largest national park in the UK, covering 4500km2.  It is also a place of sheer abundance, having more high mountain ground than anywhere else in the UK, the largest Caledonian forest, some of Scotland’s purest rivers and finest livestock rearing farmland.  It is home to 25 percent of the UK’s rare and endangered species.  It is a truly unique place to work, with our dedicated and passionate Planning & Place team, who are committed to delivering a high quality planning service, every day. Furthermore, there is access to some of the most beautiful countryside straight from our Headquarters office door.
The Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) was recognised as one of Scotland’s top 10 flexible employers and listed in the UK’s Top 100 best not for profit companies to work for; we’re dedicated to both this fantastic landscape and our employees.
We now have an exciting opportunity for a Planning Ecological Advice Officer to join the CNPA, supporting the delivery of the CNPA’s Planning Service and an ongoing programme of work to prepare, implement, monitor and review the Local Development Plan and National Park Partnership Plan, as well as supporting the provision of ecological and natural heritage advice across the planning service.
 
The Role:
As the Planning Ecological Advice Officer you will provide ecological and natural heritage advice to development management colleagues for planning casework, including Habitats Regulations Appraisals (HRAs).
You will contribute, as part of a small team, to the preparation and implementation of an effective Local Development Plan and National Park Partnership Plan.
You will assist with Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEAs) and HRAs of CNPA Plans, Strategies and Programmes.
So, if you are keen to be our Planning Ecological Advice Officer and you can display the skills and experience listed here, this is the role you’ve been waiting for.
 
CNPA Benefits:

Civil service pension scheme
25 days annual leave, increasing to 30 days with service, plus Public Holidays
Professional development
Flexible working
Cycle to work scheme
Use of pool cars

 
About You:
To be considered as our Planning Ecological Advice Officer, you’ll need:

A recognised qualification to degree level in ecology, environmental science or related discipline.
Practical experience of working on planning and related ecological casework and proven ability to take a proportionate view on ecology matters and a balanced view on competing interests in a planning context.
Experience and knowledge of protected species legislation and survey guidance.
Demonstrable skills in accurate collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data and information.
Up-to-date knowledge of relevant planning legislation and current practice, environmental legislation and regulations and their interaction with the planning system as well as awareness of development viability appraisal and assessment.
Understanding of the relationship between land use planning and wider rural issues.
Excellent communication skills – verbal, written and presentational.
IT skills – word processing, spread sheets, databases, design.
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team to achieve collective goals.
Self-motivated, proven ability to identify, prioritise and carry out instructed tasks to deliver the required output(s).
Full UK driving licence or access to driver if disability prevents driving.

 
Knowledge of relevant issues affecting the natural heritage of the Cairngorms National Park including Cairngorms Nature Action Plan Priority Species and Habitats, practical experience of undertaking HRA, practical experience of undertaking SEA, a secondary qualification relevant to the job (for example, but not limited to planning, ecology, environmental or land management) and ability to use Geographic Information Systems and design-based software e.g. Arc GIS, Adobe Creative suite would be beneficial to your application.
 
How to apply:
To apply, please click here
Please note, we do not accept Curriculum Vitae (CV).
CNPA is an inclusive organisation and we welcome applications from everyone irrespective of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, faith and religion, disability and age.  We are Disability Confident committed employer, if you are an applicant with disabilities who meets the essential requirements of the post, we will interview you.  In all circumstances CNPA appoints on merit based evidence the applicant supplies in meeting the essential criteria for the post.
If you require more information, or if you require any adjustments to be made to the application process due to disability please contact us on 01479 873535 or email: recruitment@cairngorms.co.uk
To see how the CNPA collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants, please view the Privacy Notice available on our website.


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Posted: 27th June 2022

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Projects Officer

Dartmoor

This is the ideal role for a project professional with partnerships and community working experience to build their career within our organisation and help us to successfully manage our much-loved National Park.

Posted: 14th June 2022

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Communications Officer

Exmoor

Are you an excellent digital storyteller with a creative flare to help us tell the National Parks story?

Posted: 16th June 2022

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Access & Recreation Project Officer

Exmoor

Join a fantastic staff team who are skilled and committed to the best outcomes for Exmoor.

Posted: 21st June 2022

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Learning & Engagement Assistant

Exmoor

Join our Learning & Engagement Team to help deliver inspiring, effective, inclusive and engaging opportunities, providing an increased connection with nature and improved health and wellbeing

Posted: 1st July 2022

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Historic Environment Officer (South West Peatlands Partnership)

Exmoor

Be part of a multi-disciplinary team delivering peatland restoration across the Southwest, in partnership with the South West Peatlands Partnership, as lead for the historic environment on Exmoor.

Posted: 4th July 2022

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FiPL Project Coordinator

Lake District

We’re hiring a Project Coordinator to provide coordination, administration and organisation of our Farming in Protected Landscapes (FiPL) programme.

Posted: 14th June 2022

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Compliance Planner (2 year Fixed Term Contract)

Lake District

We’re looking for a Compliance Planner who has previous development management experience and be readily able to take on your own casework. You would handle a wide range of enforcement work, investigating alleged breaches of control, making recommendations on the expediency of action, preparing formal notices where necessary, and representing the Authority at appeal or in court as needed. Ideally we are looking for someone with the ability to handle more significant and contentious casework immediately.

Posted: 12th May 2022

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Commercial Property Operative

Lake District

We're hiring a casual Commercial Property Operative to join our small, friendly car parks team as well as helping other teams in the Coniston area when required.

Posted: 25th March 2022

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Bike Hire Coordinator

Lake District

Our new Hawkshead Bike Hire Centre is opening Sunday 1 May and we're looking for casual Bike Hire Coordinators  to work this season.

Posted: 25th March 2022

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Countryside Ranger Apprentice

North York Moors

We are now looking for a Countryside Ranger Apprentice to join us on a full-time basis.

The Benefits

- National minimum wage for your age up to £18,327 per annum
- 30 month training programme
- Vehicle provided for work use
- Up to 29 days’ annual leave, plus eight public holidays
- Excellent training and development opportunities

If you are keen on a career working within the environmental sector, this is the unmissable stepping-stone you have been waiting for!

Not only is it a chance to get the kind of real experience and genuine support that can help you choose exactly where you want to go next, but you will also be receiving the training to build a core set of skills that will make you attractive to any future employers.

The Role

As a Countryside Ranger Apprentice, you will help to deliver a programme of prioritised maintenance on public rights of way and properties in the National Park.
You will organise and plan tasks, while developing your confidence and practical skills.

Additionally, you will:

- Quantify and ensure the availability of materials, equipment, and other resources
- Lead and supervise volunteers and Level 2 apprentices on practical work tasks
- Ensure compliance with our health and safety policies and practices

About You

To be considered as a Countryside Ranger Apprentice, you will need:

- Some experience carrying out a range of practical land management tasks, including fencing, walling, installing gates, stiles, tree planting etc.,
- Good people skills as you will be working with a range of people and meeting the general public while out on site
- Certified competence in the use of powered tools and equipment would be helpful but not essential
- A full, valid driving licence

Hours of work are 8.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

Other organisations may call this role Trainee Ranger, Land Ranger Apprentice, Park Ranger Apprentice, or Community Ranger Apprentice.

Webrecruit and North York Moors National Park Authority are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

So, if you are ready to kickstart your career as a Countryside Ranger Apprentice, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Posted: 24th June 2022

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Visitor Campaigns Marketing Manager

North York Moors

We are now looking for a Visitor Campaigns Manager to join our team in Helmsley on a three-year fixed term contract.

The Benefits

- Salary of £27,514 - £30,984 with potential progression to £34,373
- Up to 29 days’ annual leave, plus eight public holidays
- Pension scheme
- Flexible working hours
- Excellent training and development opportunities
- Use of pool car system for work use

This is a brilliant opportunity for a talented marketing professional to bring their excellent knowledge and experience to our organisation.

The National Park was designated for its special qualities, and it is our job to make sure that these qualities are both understood and enjoyed by the public. That is where you come in!
Your work will be integral in helping everyone to understand and look after the North York Moors so it can be enjoyed by all for years to come.

So, if you have a passion for creating captivating marketing campaigns and want to use those skills to help preserve a beautiful corner of the world, then apply today!

The Role

As the Visitor Campaigns Manager, you will support our marketing activities to raise the profile and position of the North York Moors.
Assisting with the delivery of our strategy and business plan, you will manage the development of our destination marketing campaigns.
You will also develop opportunities in influencer marketing and cultivate partnerships to amplify messaging and aid third-party content creation.
Additionally, you will create destination-focused content for our website and various social media platforms.

About You

To be considered as a Visitor Campaigns Manager, you will need:

- A minimum of three years’ relevant experience
- Strong campaign organisation and delivery experience, including measuring and reporting on their effectiveness
- Experience of inspirational content writing and creating engaging digital content
- Evidence of using social media for effective publicity across different platforms including TikTok, Instagram Reels and Stories, Facebook Live and YouTube Shorts
- The ability to repurpose content using plain English and write excellent SEO web content
- A good understanding of content management systems
- Excellent communication, proofreading and editing skills
- A degree or equivalent qualification in marketing, digital communications, or related subject
- A full, valid driving licence

Experience of liaising and managing relationships with external marketing agencies would be beneficial to your application, as would videography skills, including knowledge of video editing software.

Knowledge of the North York Moors and the surrounding area would be equally advantageous.

This is a full-time role, working 37 hours per week, 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Please note, you will need to be available to work occasional weekends and evenings as well as be willing to work alone in the countryside when required e.g., when filming video content on location.

Other organisations may call this role Marketing Manager, Marketing Communications Manager, Marcoms Manager, Marketing Campaign Executive, Content Creator, Content Writer, or Marketing Campaign Manager.

Webrecruit and North York Moors National Park Authority are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

So, if you are looking to take your next step in the world of marketing as a Visitor Campaigns Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Posted: 24th June 2022

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Funding Manager

North York Moors

Funding Manager

We are now looking for a Funding Manager to join our team and play a key role in raising funds to help us deliver our innovative new Management Plan.

The Benefits

- Salary of up to £37,568 per annum (pay award due)
- Up to 29 days’ annual leave, plus eight public holidays
- Pension scheme
- Flexible working hours
- Excellent training and development opportunities
- 50/50 home/office working

This is a brilliant opportunity for a dedicated individual with experience managing bidding processes to join our organisation and help us continue our terrific record in fundraising. We work tirelessly to protect and conserve the exquisite scenery and rich history that makes up the North York Moors. We can only continue this work with your help. Your experience and skill set will be vital to securing the continued funding that will allow us to preserve the beauty of the Moors for generations to come.

So, if you are passionate about nature and want to utilise your expertise to help lead a team to funding success, then we want to hear from you!

The Role

As the Funding Manager, you will take the lead in our fundraising activities to deliver on a target of £2.5million annually. Managing and co-ordinating a programme to secure external funding, you will identify a variety of funding streams and produce bids for submission. You will be embedded into a collaborative team, centred on creativity and idea generation, enabling you to match funding with the exciting project ideas developed by your colleagues. Additionally, you will continue our productive working relationships with key funding bodies as well as supporting staff throughout the funding processes.

About You

To be considered as our Funding Manager, you will need:

- Experience in managing the bidding process for externally funded projects
- Knowledge of current funding sources
- The ability to be creative and think strategically
- Excellent written communication skills
- A degree level qualification or equivalent

Please note, for this role, you will need to be available for occasional evening work.

Other organisations may call this role Fundraising Officer, Engagement Fundraising Officer, Bids & Fundraising Officer, Trusts Fundraising Officer, External Funding Officer, or Fundraising Manager.

Webrecruit and North York Moors National Park Authority are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

So, if you are ready to get stuck in helping the North York Moors as a Funding Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Posted: 6th July 2022

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