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The global pandemic, COP26 and recent storms have highlighted the importance of our environment and how we chose to live within it.  Our work is increasingly recognised for its crucial role and we are now in a position to grow our team to deliver practical water quality and habitat improvement work that directly contributes to climate change resilience and increasing wellbeing for all within the catchment.

This an exciting chance to use your skills, experience and passion to help us carry out this vital work as well as the opportunity to contribute to our consultancy business, River Catchment Services.

Our most important asset is our people and we want to recruit the best.  You will be joining a friendly and committed team of experts who are passionate about improving the Tyne rivers.

The Role:

An opportunity to join an enthusiastic, dynamic team, working with the local community and key partners at the sub-catchment scale.  Our current projects cover rural and urban challenges including; natural flood management, fisheries improvements, innovative changes to land management and awareness raising of what individuals can do.  Working with all sectors of the community to educate and share best practice is key.

The main focus of the role will be to pick up existing catchment projects and drive them forward whilst developing new long-term opportunities working with the Tyne Rivers Trust team and Tyne Catchment Partnership.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Management of allocated existing projects
  • Development of new opportunities and solving barriers to progressing improvements at a sub-catchment scale
  • Ensure and encourage a strong working relationship with key catchment stakeholders
  • Deliver engagement activities to ensure all partners and stakeholders are fully informed and able to contribute positively
Deadline for applications is 12 noon 21st January 2022 with interviews scheduled for 3rd and 4th February 2022.

Download the full role profile here

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