Sheffield Lakeland Landscape Partnership Consultation & Engagement Officer

Duration: Fixed term for 13 months until May 2018 (with potential for 5 year extension subject to funding/performance)

Location: Victoria Hall, Stafford Road, Sheffield, S2 2SF

Application deadline: 5pm Monday 27th March 2017

Interviews: Week commencing 3rd April 2017

Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust has been granted initial approval for a £2.8m Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant to set up a ‘Landscape Partnership’ aimed at protecting and improving the city’s unique ‘Sheffield Lakeland’ area. The project, part of HLF’s Landscape Partnership programme, will deliver an exciting programme of activities across an area that stretches from Langsett to Redmires and from the edge of Sheffield city to the moorland slopes of the Peak District National Park – an area referred to as Sheffield Lakeland in the 1950s.

We are looking for a Consultation & Engagement Officer to support the Sheffield Lakeland Landscape Partnership Manager and lead the development and delivery of a programme of consultation and engagement activities to inform the Landscape Character Action Plan.

We’d also like someone with considerable experience in developing and delivering a range of communication, consultation and engagement activities to a wide range of audiences about the natural and historic environment.

Application packs are available to download on our website, which you can visit by clicking ‘More Information’ below.

To discuss the role further please contact Roy Mosley either by telephone using the number supplied below, or by email to r.mosley@wildsheffield.com

When you request an application pack please state where you saw this post advertised.

No CVs, no agencies.

Contact Details:

  • Save this Job
  • Print
  • Show Map
  • Location Map

Post your CV

Register >