Head of Nature Recovery (South)
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We are an organisation that is passionate about creating nature recovery networks, inspiring people to connect with nature and defending wildlife and need a leader who is ambitious and energised to deliver this in Nottinghamshire.
This role would give you an opportunity to lead the Nature Recovery team (South), to develop and deliver ambitious visions for land management and land use on and around our own estate, and other priority areas, working closely with the Head of Nature Recovery (North) and other senior managers and in partnership with other landowners and key stakeholders.
You will need a broad background for this challenging and rewarding role. Requiring knowledge of landscape scale conservation, land management techniques and funding streams, project management and experience of influencing others to protect and restore wildlife habitats and create opportunities to achieve gains for wildlife.
In return we offer 28 days’ annual leave plus public holidays, pension scheme with 8% contribution from NWT, healthcare cashback plan and Employee Assistance Programme, Life Assurance at 3 x annual salary and flexible working options with a healthy work-life balance encouraged.
The closing date for applications is Thursday 27th February.
Interviews are planned for 9th March at Attenborough Nature Centre.