1. Trust Administrator
We are growing in size and will soon reach 20 members of staff! To help support this exciting period of growth, we are seeking our first dedicated Administrator role to undertake the administrative duties that underpin the smooth running of the Trust.
Your role will help shape, inform and implement the systems needed for a thriving organisation. Tasks will cover a wide range from general office duties, supporting staff on their projects, managing the Trust’s office (with desks currently rented within a council building) and liaising with the landlord (currently London Borough of Sutton).
The role will suit a positive, approachable and proactive person, with excellent organisational skills and a high attention to detail. This is an exciting opportunity to become a core part of a dynamic and enthusiastic team making a real difference for the environment.
We will consider both full and part-time (0.75 fte) applications.
How to Apply
Please email a CV (two pages max.) and a covering letter (two pages max.) focussing on your relevant experience, what you will bring to the role and to the Trust and your salary and hours of work expectations, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure you refer to the Role Description above.
The deadline for applications is 4 pm on Tuesday 21st January 2020, with interviews taking place on Thursday 6th February 2020. Please get in touch if you are unable to make this date.
If you would like to discuss the position, please email email@example.com or ring 0845 092 0110 and we will arrange to call you back.
2. Community Cleanup Contractor (2)
We are looking to recruit at least two freelance contractors to support the delivery of our Wandle Cleanups on the second Sunday of every month. This is a great opportunity for anyone keen to start a career in community engagement and environmental improvement.
Over 20 years ago, the Trust started running community cleanups along the river every second Sunday of the month to tackle this fly-tipping.
Our Wandle Cleanups are hugely popular, as they provide the community with a safe and enjoyable way to engage with their local river while making a visible and positive difference to the environment. Last year alone, the Trust’s cleanup events attracted 540 volunteers who collectively spent over 1600 hours removing 50 tonnes of rubbish from the Wandle to improve the river for both wildlife and the local community.
For more information about the role and how to apply, please download the role description.
Deadline to apply is Thursday 6th February 12 noon. An Assessment Day is booked for the 23rd February and the successful candidates will be trained at the event on Sunday 8th March.
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Not found what you are looking for?
Why not check out our Volunteer Positions here to find out other ways you can become involved with the Trust.