Project Manager - Environmental Conservation Charity Location:
Remote, with occasional travel to LondonSalary:
£27K-£30K depending on experience plus benefitsContract:
Initial 6-month contract, with scope for it become longer termStart date:
August 2021About the Environmental Conservation Charity
Leading international wildlife conservation charity is seeking a talented Project Manager to join their team. The charity partners with NGO's around the world to protect natural ecosystems and save threatened species. The charity is also focused on providing natural solutions to the climate crisis with carbon offsetting projects. They are a forward thinking, internationally respected conservation charity, with high profile patrons. The new Project Manager will be joining an organisation with a supportive, flexible and inclusive working environment. About the Project Manager role
Reporting into the Director of Communications & Development, this is an exciting new role within the charity, working on a high-profile campaign targeting schools and a younger audience.Key Responsibilities for the Project Manager:
- Work on project management for an exciting new campaign that aims to raise awareness amongst schools and youth groups, driving support for the charity.
- Manage the delivery of the project plan, working with internal stakeholder and external partner agencies.
- Work with videographers, photographers and other creatives to deliver work.
- Ensure the project meets deadlines and is being delivered within budget.
- Identify resourcing requirements within the project plan.
- Contribute with ideas.
You'll be a talented and ambitious project management/campaign management professional, with a passion for environmental conversation. You'll have experience managing a campaign, either in a charity fundraising environment or in a marketing/creative environment.Skills and experience needed for the Project Manager role:
For more information about the Project Manager role or to apply send your CV now to Neil Grant at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0203 826 1215.
- Project management experience in a professional environment.
- Charity experience a bonus, but other backgrounds will also be considered.
- Passion for environmental conservation.
- Strong organisational skills and attention to detail.
- Excellent communication skills.
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