Endangered Landscapes Programme – four posts
14th January 2021
DetailsThe Endangered Landscapes Programme is currently advertising four new opportunities to join their expanding management team in Cambridge, UK: a full-time Programme Manager and Programme Administrator, and a part-time Capacity and Network Coordinator and Communications Coordinator.
Role title: Various
Organisation: Cambridge Conservation Initiative
Closing Date: 04/02/2021
Role Location: Cambridge, UK
The Endangered Landscapes Programme is currently advertising four new opportunities to join their expanding management team in Cambridge, UK: a full-time Programme Manager and Programme Administrator, and a part-time Capacity and Network Coordinator and Communications Coordinator.
The closing date for all four vacancies is 4 February 2021.
About the Programme
The Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) is a unique collaboration between the University of Cambridge and nine leading biodiversity conservation organisations in and around Cambridge. The CCI partners together combine and integrate research, education, policy and practice to create innovative solutions for society and to foster conservation learning and leadership.
One of the priority areas of collaboration within CCI’s Five Year Plan is to focus on the restoration of ecosystems and landscapes for the benefit of biodiversity. To this end and thanks to the generosity of Arcadia, the charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin, CCI has established the $63 million Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) for restoring landscapes in Europe.
The vacancies are as follows:
Programme Manager (full-time)
The Programme Manager will work closely with the Programme Director to develop and promote the Endangered Landscapes Programme. The role holder will be responsible for the successful and efficient management of components of the ELP, including the supervision, coordination and review of all grantee contracts and projects.
This is a full-time position, working 37 hours per week. For more information about this role and how to apply, please see the full Programme Manager job advert.
Capacity and Network Coordinator (part-time)
The Capacity and Network Coordinator is responsible for the strategic development of the ELP’s network and capacity building activities, leading on the identification of capacity-building needs, and coordinating the design of tools and actions to support this. The role holder will be tasked with coordinating and strengthening a network of engaged grantees and alumni, to ensure the success of the programme and the building of an active and dynamic system for more effective landscape restoration.
This is a part-time position, working 22.5 hours per week. For more information about this role and how to apply, please see the full Capacity and Network Coordinator job advert.
Communications Coordinator (part-time)
The Communications Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and delivering the communications of the Endangered Landscapes Programme. This will include leading on the development of the ELP Communications Strategy, managing the production of impactful content across various platforms, and ensuring successful engagement with the programme’s brand, both internally and externally.
This is a part-time position, working 29.5 hours per week. For more information about this role and how to apply, please see the full Communications Coordinator job advert.
Programme Administrator (full-time)
The Programme Administrator will support the efficient and smooth running of the Endangered Landscapes Programme, working closely with the Programme Director and Programme Manager. They will be responsible for providing administrative and secretarial support to the ELP and its committees, ensuring accurate programme records are kept and successfully managing the portfolio of grants and contracts. The Programme Administrator will act as first point of contact for the ELP and must maintain successful working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders. The role holder will also be responsible for the financial administration of the programme, as well as supporting the arrangement of various events hosted by the ELP.
This is a full-time position, working 36.5 hours per week. For more information about this role and how to apply, please see the full Programme Administrator job advert.
The Endangered Landscapes Programme supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.
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