Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Life Insurance, generous pension scheme, hybrid working, country park office location
with free parking, employee assistance programme and time off in lieu (TOIL) for overtime
Our purpose is a simple one – to ensure nature’s recovery together with the people of
Gloucestershire. We believe in involving our whole team in nature, giving everyone the
opportunity to spend time as part of whole organisation and team days out on our reserves.
This varied role will provide high quality compliance support to the Evidence and Connected
Landscapes Directorate. Working closely with Project Managers and the Land Management Team the
role involves liaison, project administration and reporting, including restricted grants and
The successful applicant will provide vital assistance to the team. They will help to ensure
the successful delivery of projects and work areas to cost and time, in line with best
practice. This may be through hands-on support, providing oversight reporting to flag risks and
issues or required actions, or by coordinating actions and progress updates across project
teams. They will lead on collating relevant information for submission to government agencies
in relation to agricultural agreements and payments and support a diverse range of project
delivery across the county.
If you are interested in joining our team, please download a full job description and
application form from our website
and apply online, please ensure you attach your application form and Equality and
Diversity form to your online application.
Please note application forms should be returned by Friday 5th May 23. Interviews will be held
in person on Thursday 11th May 23.
We aim to be an equal opportunity employer and are determined to ensure that no
applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment.
Registered Charity No. 232580
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