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Gaelic Communications Intern

Cairngorms

Closing Date: Noon Monday 13 February 2023
We’re currently looking to recruit a Gaelic Communications Intern.
For more information, please visit the advert on the AAI Employability website

Posted: 26th January 2023

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Digital Content Creation Intern

Cairngorms

Closing Date: Noon Monday 13 February 2023
We’re currently looking to recruit a Digital Content Creation Intern.
For more information, please visit the advert on the AAI Employability website

Posted: 26th January 2023

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Dartmoor Tests and Trials Project Assistant

Dartmoor

This is an exciting opportunity to help shape and influence the new emerging Environment Land Management System (ELMS) being established to help deliver the Government 25-year Environment Plan.

Posted: 31st January 2023

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Chair - Lake District National Park Partnership

Lake District

We’re seeking a dynamic senior leader, able to command the respect of all the key sectors working in the Lake District National Park and to chair the Lake District National Park Partnership.

Posted: 1st February 2023

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Casual Bike Hire Coordinator

Lake District

We're recruiting a casual Bike Hire Coordinator to oversee the day to day running of our new Hawkshead Bike Hire Centre and other sites across the southern Lake District.

Posted: 19th January 2023

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Marketing Assistant (maternity cover)

North York Moors

We are now seeking a Marketing Assistant to join our team on a full-time basis to cover maternity leave for up to 12 months.

The Benefits

- Salary of £28,371 - £31,099 per annum
- 24 days’ annual leave rising annually by one day to 29 days after five years’ service, plus public holidays
- Local Government Pension Scheme
- Hybrid working options
- Flexitime

This is an outstanding opportunity for a marketing professional with a flair for writing inspirational content to join our prestigious organisation.

Our spectacular National Park was designated for its special qualities and it's our job to make sure the stunning landscape, incredible wildlife and cultural heritage are well cared for so everyone can continue to enjoy them for years to come.

That’s why we need your creative passion and expertise to deliver content that will encourage excitement and understanding in everyone who visits (or is thinking about visiting!).

So, if you’ve got the skill set we’re after and want to immerse yourself in the breath taking beauty of this wonderful corner of Yorkshire, then apply today!

The Role

As a Marketing Assistant, you will support our tourism related marketing activities to raise the profile of the North York Moors National Park. This will include creating website content, social media posts, eNewsletters and destination marketing aimed at visitors and potential visitors.

Additionally, you will work with tourism businesses to deliver our tourism initiatives whilst assisting in the delivery of our strategy and business plan.

Your role will also involve:

- Enhancing existing themes we have running (such as local food & drink, outdoor activities, and wildlife/nature)
- Co-ordinating our annual Dark Skies Festival, Dark Skies Fringe Festival and Mindful Month programmes
- Support our work with various marketing admin tasks

About You

To be considered as a Marketing Assistant, you will need:

- A minimum of two years’ marketing experience
- Experience of inspirational content writing for websites
- Experience using direct mail and social media
- Knowledge of the North York Moors and surrounding area
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- A degree or equivalent qualification in tourism, recreation, marketing or related subject
- A full, valid driving licence

Please note, this role will require you to work occasional weekends and evenings.

Closing date is midnight on Sunday 12 February 2023

Interviews are to be held on Monday 20 February 2023

Other organisations may call this role Marketing Executive, Content Creator, Marketing Communications Executive, Marcomms Executive, or Marketing Co-ordinator.

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 want to join our exceptional team as a Marketing Assistant, 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: 20th January 2023

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Administrator (Farming in Protected Landscapes)

North York Moors

Administrator (Farming in Protected Landscapes)
FTC to 31 March 2025

About Us

North York Moors National Park Authority helps to look after one of the most phenomenal parts of the British Isles. The North York Moors is a unique area with a rich diversity of landscape and ecosystems to go alongside its breath-taking scenery and built heritage.

Farming in Protected Landscapes programme was launched in summer 2021 with funding from DEFRA. The programme is designed to help farmers and land managers in National Parks and AONBs to prepare for the transition to Environmental Land Management Schemes by supporting the delivery of environmental outcomes and public goods.

We’re looking for a new Farming in Protected Landscapes Administrator to support this key programme in the North York Moors Park Authority.

The Benefits

- Salary of £21,189 - £21,968
- Local government pension scheme
- 24 days’ annual leave rising annually by one day, to 29 days after 5 years’ service, plus eight public holidays
- Flexible working, including job share considered

This is the ideal role for a proven administrator ideally with a track record of supporting conservation initiatives.

You’ll have the chance to make a real impact on the delivery of this programme, working within a small team yet providing your own style of organisation to ensure we can deliver the programme smoothly.

What’s more, we offer a great range of benefits and rewards to ensure you remain motivated and focused on providing incredible support at every step of the programme journey.

The Role

As the Farming in Protected Landscapes Administrator, you will be tasked with supporting a range of projects within the Farming in Protected Landscapes (FiPL) Programme.

Specifically, you will provide administrative support, assisting with financial management, monitoring and reporting, supporting the Local Assessment panel, inspecting and making grant offers, agreements and payments, and creating reports.

This varied and engaging role will also see you providing technical support in terms of monitoring budgets, minutes taking and support for setting up events and workshops, as well as supporting project and programme evaluation.

About You

To be considered as the Farming in Protected Landscapes Administrator, you will need experience of:

- supporting the delivery of projects and programmes through administrative duties and basic communications
- monitoring and recording expenditure
- scheduling meetings and taking accurate notes
- writing detailed and accessible reports
- Ideally at a minimum, Business Administration or finance management related qualification to Level 2

Experience of effectively using Microsoft Teams and Sharepoint would be beneficial to your application, as would experience of supporting the production of reports.

Experience of using GIS/Earthlight to manage, digitise, display and analyse information would also be an advantage.

Other organisations may call this role Administrator, Programme Administrator, Project Administrator, Project Co-ordinator, Administration Officer, Admin Support Officer, or Project Support Officer.

This advert has been produced by Webrecruit in Collaboration with North York Moors National Park Authority.

Posted: 3rd February 2023

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