Job title: Partnership Manager (Northern Ireland), Grow Wild
ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY: Internal / external
HOURS OF WORK: Part Time - 21 hours/week (three days)
JOB STATUS: Fixed term appointment until April 2016
SALARY PER ANNUM: £26 067 to £35 505 pro-rata per annum dependent on skills and experience
DIRECTORATE: Public Programmes
LOCATION: Belfast (based in partner office)
RBG Kew has been awarded a significant grant from the Big Lottery Fund to run a high-profile and ambitious UK-wide public engagement programme - Grow Wild. Working with a range of delivery partners, the Partnership Manager (Northern Ireland) will be responsible for delivering this initiative in Northern Ireland and ensuring it creates lasting benefits for a range of communities.
At the heart of the Grow Wild programme is an ambitious mass participation campaign to inspire people, especially disadvantaged young people, to do something positive for where they live by sowing UK native wild flowers.
The campaign kicks off in spring 2014 and will involve a consortium of community and voluntary organisations across the UK and be supported by national and local media. In addition to transforming spaces and raising awareness of UK wild flowers, Grow Wild will bring communities together and engage young people with their local environment.
Reporting to the Lead Partnership Manager, you will take responsibility for developing a network of partners that will be essential to delivering Grow Wild in Northern Ireland. These partners are active in a range of areas. These include conservation action, youth volunteering and working with hard-to-reach young people. Other priorities include facilitating the set up, delivery and monitoring of a network of community engagement projects and inspiring applications for the Northern Ireland flagship site. You will have excellent negotiation and relationship management skills, as well as experience of high-profile projects in the not-for-profit sector.
The post will be based in Belfast and will involve some UK-based travel.
Benefits include 30 days holiday per year, a choice of defined benefit or stakeholder pension and a flexible benefits scheme.
CLOSING DATE: 5th March 2014 at 10 am
How To Apply
1. Download and read the Job Profile.
2. Complete an Application Form and an Equality and Diversity Form.
3. Return your completed Application Form and Equality and Diversity Form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be advised that we do not accept applications by post. If you have a disability or a special need that requires support please contact us on 020 8332 3135.
Guidance for applicants (Word)
We will only contact those candidates selected for interview. Therefore if you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of the closing date, you should presume that you will not be called for interview. Unfortunately we are unable to provide feedback on your application if you are not selected for an interview.
If you have any general queries please do not hesitate to call the recruitment team on 020 8332 3135.
NO AGENCIES PLEASE.