PLA/1330- Natural Infrastructure Officer
£33,782 to £37,890

Ballard House Fixed term contract until 30 June 2023 37 hours per week Grade E,F,H,I (Grade E-F - £23,541 - £29,577, Grade H-I - £33,782 - £43,857) *Looking to appoint at Grade H (£33,782 - £37,890) per annum

Natural Infrastructure Officer - role profile

Are you passionate about making a difference to prepare communities for our climate changing world?

We're seeking an experienced Project Manager to lead our new Channel-Manche Interreg project 'Building Resilience in Flood Disadvanged Communities', a 2 year social innovation project led by Plymouth City Council, working with UK and French organisations.

Based within a local team, you will be required to ensure activities align with the project objectives, are delivered within agreed timeframes, ensure effective budget management, monitoring, evaluation and deliver high quality reporting across the partnership. If you are motivated, creative and great at project management, this role offers you a chance to shape an impactful programme which provides real benefits to people's lives.

For more information or an informal discussion, please contact Zoe Sydenham - Natural Infrastructure Projects and Partnerships manager on 01752 307849 or email  zoe.sydenham@plymouth.gov.uk

 *Looking to appoint at Grade H (£33,782 - £37,890) per annum

Closing date:  Monday 12 April 2021



Vacancy Description
Ballard House Fixed term contract until 30 June 2023 37 hours per week Grade E,F,H,I (Grade E-F - £23,541 - £29,577, Grade H-I - £33,782 - £43,857) *Looking to appoint at Grade H (£33,782 - £37,890) per annum
 
Natural Infrastructure Officer - role profile

Are you passionate about making a difference to prepare communities for our climate changing world?

We're seeking an experienced Project Manager to lead our new Channel-Manche Interreg project 'Building Resilience in Flood Disadvanged Communities', a 2 year social innovation project led by Plymouth City Council, working with UK and French organisations.

Based within a local team, you will be required to ensure activities align with the project objectives, are delivered within agreed timeframes, ensure effective budget management, monitoring, evaluation and deliver high quality reporting across the partnership. If you are motivated, creative and great at project management, this role offers you a chance to shape an impactful programme which provides real benefits to people's lives.

For more information or an informal discussion, please contact Zoe Sydenham - Natural Infrastructure Projects and Partnerships manager on 01752 307849 or email  zoe.sydenham@plymouth.gov.uk

 *Looking to appoint at Grade H (£33,782 - £37,890) per annum

Closing date:  Monday 12 April 2021