Job Alert: Comms for Greater #Manchester Waste Disposal Authority


Communications and Behavioural Change Officer

Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority

£23,398 – £24,964 pa

Paid • Full Time • Permanent 07795 158 558 Jennifer Baker

Sectors: sustainability, environmental education

Closing date: Monday, 11 September 2017

Post Title: Communications and Behavioural Change Officer
Grade/Salary: Scale 6 (SCP 26-28) £23,398 – £24,964
Hours: 36.15 hours Permanent

Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority (GMWDA) is looking for a competent and experienced person to join its fast paced Communications and Behavioural Change team. This is an ideal opportunity for you to contribute to our five year strategy, delivered under our Recycle for Greater Manchester brand by targeting key recycling and waste prevention issues within the conurbation. The role will support the development and delivery of targeted behaviour change campaigns and activities within our communities.

We are looking for an individual who is flexible, innovative and can communicate effectively to a full range of stakeholders from members of the public, partners and contractors. You will have good organisational skills, the ability to work across teams and in a fast paced environment. Experience of targeted community campaigning and / or behaviour change projects is essential, as well as knowledge of the tools and techniques to deliver effective and successful projects.

You will be educated to a high standard preferably at degree level or hold an equivalent and relevant professional qualification in communications or marketing. Knowledge of the waste industry/local Government/environmental services sector/recycling sector would be desirable but not essential.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Jennifer Baker on mobile 07795 158558 alternatively application forms and the full job description can be found on our website.

Closing date: COB Monday 11th September 2017

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