Landscape Partnership Development Officer

Location
Dorchester, Dorset
Salary
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Posted
17 Feb 2017
Expires
05 Mar 2017
Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Temporary
Hours
Full Time

Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Landscape Partnership
Development Officer

Full-time, 37 hours per week, Fixed-term 15 month contract

Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is looking to
recruit a Landscape Partnership Development Officer to lead our Stage 2
Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Landscape Partnership bid.

About the role
You will be supported by the AONB team, will work closely with the Landscape Partnership Board and other partners to develop a detailed 5 year programme of work, liaise with consultants preparing the variety of strategies required, secure considerable match funding and prepare the documentation for the submission of the Stage 2 bid to HLF worth £1.7m.

The Landscape Partnership Scheme will offer a broad range of activities that will encourage people to conserve, enhance, understand and learn about their unique heritage.

About you

You will be an experienced Development/Project Officer, with a
strong track record of developing large, complex projects, an in-depth
understanding of landscape issues and experience of fundraising. You
must have strong relationship development and negotiation skills and a
proven ability to complete tasks on budget and on time.

If you have a love of landscapes, history and wildlife and are passionate about helping the public get more involved in championing and caring for special places this is an excellent opportunity.

You will hold a degree level qualification or equivalent in a relevant subject with previous experience of project management and the proven ability to work to project and financial deadlines. The post is based in Wimborne, Dorset.

Closing date: 5 March 2017
Interviews: Week commencing 27 March 2017

Wiltshire Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
children, young people and vulnerable adults.

You will be expected to report any concerns relating to the safeguarding of children, young people or vulnerable adults in accordance with agreed procedures.

If your own conduct in relation to the safeguarding of children, young people or vulnerable adults gives cause for concern either the council’s agreed child protection procedures or the policy and procedures for safeguarding vulnerable adults in Swindon and Wiltshire, will be followed, alongside implementation of the council’s disciplinary procedure.

 

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