Our Dee Estuary Project Manager

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The Wildlife Trusts

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Malpas, United Kingdom

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Posted today

Closing date: Monday 8 August 2022
Salary: £29,468 - £34,949
Contract type: Fixed term / Working hours: Full time
Location: Bickley Hall Farm, Malpas/Home Based, Bickley Hall Farm, Bickley Ln, Malpas SY14 8EF
Are you passionate, enthusiastic and committed to bringing wildlife back to the UK? If you are, then we are looking for someone like you to lead our flagship National Heritage Lottery Funded Our Dee Estuary Project.

Contact details

If you have questions about the role, please contact Martin Varley, Director of Nature Recovery

The Dee Estuary is one best areas in the UK for coastal wildlife. It supports nationally and internationally important numbers of birds, insects and mammals as well as well rare marine life. The Our Dee Estuary Project brings this world to life, inspiring coastal communities on the Welsh and English coasts about the natural heritage of the Dee Estuary.

This ambitious transboundary project works with local communities, visitors and partners to ensure wildlife is better managed and understood and make the Estuary a greater part of more people’s lives and a better place to live, work and play.

If you have the drive and experience to lead a small but highly motivated team mobilising a new generation of coastal champions to help put the Dee Estuary front and centre in the local community and raise its profile nationally then we would love to hear from you.

You will also lead Cheshire Wildlife Trust’s marine work and manage the Tidal Dee Catchment Partnership, on whose behalf Cheshire Wildlife Trust is hosting the Our Dee Estuary project.

Find out more about the project here or for an informal, confidential chat contact Martin Varley on 07841 917 851

For more information about the role, the person specification and details of how to apply, please download the information pack.