Role: Project Manager
Hours: 35 hours per week
Contract: 5 years
We are looking for an outstanding Project Manager to join our friendly, supportive, and small team.
Working with influential stakeholders you will lead our Catchment Development Project across the whole of the Calder Catchment. The role is about designing, developing, and delivering projects to improve the water environment, and people’s enjoyment of it – over the next five years and beyond.
If you share our passion about improving rivers and waterways in Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield, have ideas about how to tackle the big issues, can offer technical expertise and guidance, can influence and build consensus, and focus on delivering real benefits and legacy – then this could be an exciting opportunity for you.
This is an important new role for the Calder Rivers Trust, and you will be invited to help shape our future ambitions and priorities.
We will consider flexible working arrangements, including being open to job share proposals, and we particularly welcome applicants from under-represented groups.
Closing date: Friday, 14 Aug 2020 (23:59)
From more information, and how to apply, please see the ‘Application Pack’, on our website.
For any further support, please contact us: [email protected]
About Calder Rivers Trust
Calder Rivers Trust operates across Calderdale, Kirklees, and Wakefield in West Yorkshire.
Our main rivers are the River Calder, the River Colne, and the River Holme, and all the other watercourses, waterways, canals, rivers, waterbodies, and streams in-between. Including Clifton Beck, Red Beck, Hebble Brook, Batley Beck, Smithy Brook, Spen Beck, Hebden Water, Owler Beck, Fenay Beck, River Ryburn, Luddenden Brook, Cragg Brook, and Black Brook.