Project Support Coordinator Vacancy

Role Overview

Role Overview

Under the direction of the Partnership Manager and the Development Officers within the Cornwall National Landscape (AONB) team, this exciting role will play a pivotal role in supporting the development and delivery of projects that focus on:

People: Enhancing public access and enjoyment of the natural landscape through art in the landscape initiatives.
Place: Conserving and restoring Cornwall’s special landscapes, dark skies and cultural and built heritage
Nature: Delivering projects that support the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for Cornwall and enhance vital habitats to contribute to national and regional biodiversity targets.
Climate: Taking action to support landowners to mitigate climate change supporting a resilient future and developing projects that explore green finance.

About You & Your Responsibilities

About You & Your Responsibilities

We’d love to hear from you if you are:
A highly organised and efficient and creative individual.
An excellent communicator with proven written and verbal skills.
A team player with the ability to work independently.
Enthusiastic about Cornwall’s natural environment and the work of Cornwall National Landscape.

Your key responsibilities will include:
Assisting with project planning, budgeting, and monitoring progress.
Managing project documentation and communication with stakeholders.
Coordinating meetings, workshops, and events with community groups
Supporting grant applications and reports.

We offer

A fixed-term contract until March 2025 (full-time, 37 hours per week)

We offer

A competitive salary of £29,592 to £30,879 per annum

We offer

The opportunity to work within a passionate and supportive team

Project Detail

To apply for this opportunity please use the link below. Interview date: 26th June



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Please note:
*This role will include extensive travel around Cornwall’s stunning protected landscapes. The project sites are remote and not well connected to public transport links, so the post holder must be able to drive and have access to a vehicle.

If would like to discuss any aspects of either role further, or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Cornwall National Landscape’s Team via email Coralie.barrow@cornwall.gov.uk

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