Job Alert: City of Trees development officer #Manchester

Development Officer vacancy – deadline extended

Join the team working to drive the City of Trees movement. It’s an exciting time to join the City of Trees team. We have grand ambitions to green Greater Manchester. There is a lot going on – and so much more to be done. We are looking for someone who has the skills and experience to develop and deliver City of Trees activity.

The post-holder will be part responsible for developing projects and part delivery of projects. Project development will involve: identifying opportunities for new projects and initiatives; working with the team and stakeholders to develop ideas; writing bids that will merge our aims and objectives with various funder’s criteria. The post-holder will also be responsible for delivering a number of projects with an emphasis on community engagement. City of Trees engages a wide range of audiences in a variety of ways: through practical conservation, education and learning, health initiatives, arts and culture. The post-holder will lead on some projects and work as part of a team or partnership on other projects.

This is a varied role, working in a busy environmental charity where the successful candidate needs to be experienced and confident in environmental project development and management, and community engagement.

Deadline – extended to Tuesday 18 April (midnight). Documents available to download below.

http://www.cityoftrees.org.uk/job-vacancies

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