We are looking for two new staff members to join our team!
Head of Finance
We are looking for a freelance contractor to serve as Head of Finance in a dynamic and fast growing not-for-profit environment. As the Head of Finance, you will lead on the finance function of the organisation. You will oversee, and be supported by, a Finance and Administration Officer to deliver high quality financial accounting and reporting across the Trust and its projects. You will oversee a range of finance functions and work closely with the Trust Director.
Finance and Administration Officer
This position will be key in the charity’s day to day function, working closely with the Head of Finance and the Trust Director. The role will suit a well organised and highly motivated person with good communication skills and knowledge of accounting and Sage.
Read more about the roles and how to apply here: http://www.southeastriverstrust.org/staff-vacancies/
Together with some of our partnerships, we would like to create an interactive website to provide information about two river catchments in Kent. The website will enable effective partnership working by facilitating the sharing of information about solutions and ongoing action to enhance rivers. The brief can be downloaded here: Interactive Catchment Plan_Project Brief
Please submit quotes to email@example.com by 4pm on 19th August.
This position is now closed.
We’re looking for an enthusiastic, natural leader with a good level of knowledge of river and catchment enhancement techniques. The role will support new and existing partnerships across the SERT area, bringing people and organisations together to identify and discuss catchment issues and develop projects to tackle them.
Further details can be found here: CatchmentManager_JobDescription; and an application form here: CatchmentManagerApplication. If you would like to apply, please submit your CV (2 pages maximum) together with a completed application form by 12 noon on Thursday 4th June 2015.
We are recruiting a part-time River Education Officer to develop teaching packs and a ‘river in the classroom’ project as part of the Living Wandle Landscape Partnership Scheme.
This is a brand new role and will be based on the River Wandle in south London.
Further details are available here: EducationOfficer_JobDescriptionFeb2015.
To apply, please send email a CV (2 pages max) and a covering letter (2 pages max) focusing on your relevant experience, knowledge and skills, before 5pm on Monday 6th April.
The Wandle Trust (part of the South East Rivers Trust) is recruiting a part-time Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) Officer to help coordinate and deliver work to tackle aquatic INNS on the River Wandle.
INNS can have a negative impact on rivers by both directly out-competing native species and indirectly altering habitats, for example by causing the excessive ingress of silt which can smother the natural gravel riverbed.
The post is supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and is part of the Living Wandle Landscape Partnership, a programme which involves the local community in the restoration and enhancement of the River Wandle landscape.
The Project Officer will be responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the River Wandle Invasive Non-Native Species Action Plan and Work Programme. The role will involve both coordinating the work of a range of partners and contributing to the delivery of the INNS Work Programme.
This post is now closed.
The Trust is advertising two new Project Officer roles:
- The first will deliver water quality enhancements including our volunteer pollution monitoring project
- The second will support volunteers and empower them to help deliver river restoration works (this post is part-funded and supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of the Living Wandle programme).
Further details can be found in the links below and the deadline for applications is 5 pm on 14th July and 11 am on 15th July, respectively. Interviews will take place in the week commencing 21st July.
We are delighted to advertise a new role of Senior Projects, Programmes and Operations Manager. We are looking for an enthusiastic and knowledgeable individual with considerable experience of management and fundraising to join our growing team and help shape the future of the Trust.
Details of the role and person specification can be found below. The deadline for application is 12 pm on Monday 19th May. To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV (maximum 2 pages) and a letter (maximum 2 pages) detailing your relevant experience and what you may bring to the role and to the Trust. Interviews will be held Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd May.
Applications for this position have now closed.