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Conservation, Woodlands and Agriculture

Engagement Officer - LIFE Celtic Rainforest Project

Penrhyndeudraeth

Job Ref
SNPA 2020 010
Location
Penrhyndeudraeth
Salary
£22,021 - £23,836 pro rata 

Engagement Officer - LIFE Celtic Rainforest Project
National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth

If you are a Welsh and English speaking communications professional, this is an amazing opportunity to help save and protect Welsh rainforests, so they can be enjoyed for generations to come.

About Us

Snowdonia National Park Authority protects the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of Snowdonia National Park. Covering 823 miles of diverse landscape, the Park is home to over 26,000 people, the highest mountain in England and Wales and the largest natural lake in Wales. 

We’re working with a number of organisations to deliver the LIFE Celtic Rainforest project, a seven year programme with a budget of £7.5 million. This project aims to restore five Special Areas of Conservation, including the Atlantic Oakwoods of Wales.

We’re now looking for a part-time, bilingual Engagement Officer to join us, working 22.5 hours per week from April 2020 to March 2023. After this period, there will be the option to continue supporting the project until July 2025, working reduced hours of 18.5 hours per week.

The Benefits 

- Salary of £22,021 - £23,836 pro rata 
- Support an exciting project that aims to save Welsh native species and endangered habitats 
- Join a talented team who are passionate about protecting Welsh wildlife 
- Work from offices based in one of the UK’s most beautiful sites 

The Role

As an Engagement Officer, you’ll deliver a range of initiatives to communicate the messages of the LIFE Celtic Rainforest project, raising awareness of the scheme and encouraging people to get involved. 

In this exciting contract, you will: 

- Deliver a programme of publicity and engagement events, including those targeted at schools
- Prepare, proofread and edit bilingual communications
- Create content for our social media channels, website and other project publications 
- Build positive relationships with the press and co-ordinate PR activities
- Organise and facilitate volunteer training opportunities

About You

To join us as an Engagement Officer, you will need: 

- The ability to produce creative, factual, lively and exciting written and digital material in both Welsh and English, including the ability to adapt your style to meet the needs of the audience
- The ability to translate creative copy correctly from Welsh to English and from English to Welsh without losing the tone or focus of the piece  
- Communications experience, including the ability to meet the needs of audiences with protected characteristics 
- An understanding of National Parks, environmental and heritage issues and countryside management
- A degree (or equivalent) in communications or a related discipline
- A valid driving licence

Other organisations may call this role Communications Executive, Marketing Executive, Marketing & Communications Officer, Marcomms Officer, Content Executive, Content Officer, Bilingual Communications Officer, PR Officer, or Public Relations Executive.

This is a part-time role, working 22.5 hours per week until March 2023, with the option to work 18.5 hours per week from April 2023 to July 2025. 

So, if you want to support the success of a vital conservation project as an Engagement Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency. 

For an informal discussion regarding this role please contact Gethin Davies, Senior Project Manager on 01766 770274

Closing date: 10.00am, Friday 17.04.20


Function
Conservation, Woodlands and Agriculture
Status
Part Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
22.5


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Cultural Heritage

Administration Assistant - Part Time (16 hours per week)

Penrhyndeudraeth

Job Ref
SNPA 2020 009
Location
Penrhyndeudraeth
Salary
£18,795 - £19,171 pro rata

Administration Assistant - Part Time (16 hours per week)
Snowdonia National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth (with occasional travel to meeting venues)

If you are a highly organised administrator with good IT skills, this is an amazing opportunity to help protect an iconic part of the Welsh landscape.

About Us

Snowdonia National Park Authority protects the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of Snowdonia National Park. Covering 823 miles of diverse landscape, the Park is home to over 26,000 people, the highest mountain in England and Wales and the largest natural lake in Wales.

The Carneddau Landscape Partnership (CLP) Scheme is a five year programme seeking to conserve the threatened heritage of the Carneddau by increasing the understanding and enjoyment of the cultural and natural heritage of the area. The Scheme has been made possible by the award of a National Lottery Heritage Fund Partnership Grant of £1,719,500. The total scheme cost is £4,170,800.

We’re looking for a part-time Administration Assistant (16 hours per week) to join us on a five year fixed-term contract and support the success of the Scheme.

The Benefits

- Salary of £18,795 - £19,171 pro rata
- Work in one of the UK’s most beautiful sites
- Friendly and supportive environment
- Support the success of an exciting project

The Role

As an Administration Assistant, you’ll provide a high level of administrative support to the CLP Scheme’s Delivery Project Manager.

In this varied role, you will:

- Take minutes and notes at various meetings
- Help to monitor project budgets
- Respond to a variety of queries from stakeholders
- Co-ordinate the translation of documents
- Advise the Project Officer of any project-related issues

About You

To join us as an Administration Assistant, you will need:

- Good written and verbal communication skills in both Welsh and English
- Administration experience, including the use of financial systems
- A good level of IT literacy, including MS Word, Excel and Access
- An NVQ Level 3 qualification in Business Administration or equivalent
- A valid driving licence and access to your own vehicle

Other organisations may call this role Administrator, Project Administrator, Programme Co-ordinator, Project Co-ordinator, Project Assistant, Conservation Administrator, Conservation Project Administrator, Office Administrator, Office Assistant, or Programme Administrator.

This is a part-time role, working 16 hours per week.

So, if you’re seeking your next challenge as an Administration Assistant, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

For a further discussion regarding this role, please contact Naomi Jones, Head of Cultural Heritage on 01766 770274

Closing date: 10.00am, Friday 17.04.20

Function
Cultural Heritage
Status
Part Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
16


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Communication & Interpretation Officer - Carneddau Landscape Partnership Scheme

Penrhyndeudraeth

Job Ref
SNPA 2020 006
Location
Penrhyndeudraeth
Salary
£22,021 - £23,836 pro rata

Communication & Interpretation Officer - Carneddau Landscape Partnership Scheme
Snowdonia National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth

If you are a Welsh and English speaking communications professional, this is an amazing opportunity to help protect an iconic part of the Welsh landscape.  

About Us

Snowdonia National Park Authority protects the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of Snowdonia National Park. Covering 823 miles of diverse landscape, the Park is home to over 26,000 people, the highest mountain in England and Wales and the largest natural lake in Wales.

The Carneddau Landscape Partnership (CLP) Scheme is a five year programme seeking to conserve the threatened heritage of the Carneddau by increasing the understanding and enjoyment of the cultural and natural heritage of the area. The Scheme has been made possible by the award of a National Lottery Heritage Fund Partnership Grant of £1,719,500. The total scheme cost is £4,170,800.

We’re looking for a part-time Communication & Interpretation Officer to support the Scheme and join us on a five year fixed-term contract.

The Benefits 

- Salary of £22,021 - £23,836 pro rata
- Work in one of the UK’s most beautiful sites
- Friendly and supportive environment
- Support the success of an exciting project

The Role 

As the Communication & Interpretation Officer, you’ll deliver a range of initiatives to raise awareness of the CLP Scheme and communicate its messages. 

In this exciting role, you will: 

- Develop the Scheme’s website, newsletters, social media, press liaison and public relations
- Create engaging content in both English and Welsh 
- Maintain good working relationships with the press 
- Create positive news stories with an emphasis on engaging with partners, stakeholders and project participants

About You

To join us as a Communications & Interpretation Officer, you’ll need: 

- The ability to produce creative, factual, lively and exciting written and digital material in both Welsh and English, including the ability to adapt your style to meet the needs of the audience
- The ability to translate creative copy correctly from Welsh to English and from English to Welsh without losing the tone or focus of the piece 
- Communications and digital communications experience, including the ability to meet the needs of audiences with protected characteristics
- An understanding of National Parks, environmental and heritage issues and countryside management
- A degree (or equivalent) in communications or a related discipline

Other organisations may call this role Communications Executive, Marketing Executive, Content Executive, Content Officer, Bilingual Communications Officer, PR Officer, or Public Relations Executive.

This is a part-time role, working 22 hours per week.

So, if you’re seeking your next step as a Communication & Interpretation Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

For an informal discussion regarding this role, please contact Naomi Jones, Head of Cultural Heritage on 01766 770274.

Closing date: 10.00 am, Friday 17.04.20


Community Engagement Officer - Carneddau Landscape Partnership Scheme

Penrhyndeudraeth

Job Ref
SNPA 2020 007
Location
Penrhyndeudraeth
Salary
£24,799 - £26,999

Community Engagement Officer - Carneddau Landscape Partnership Scheme
Based at Snowdonia National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth (and other satellite offices within the project area)

If you have experience of managing community capacity building projects and working with young people, this is an amazing opportunity to help protect an iconic part of the Welsh landscape.  

About Us

Snowdonia National Park Authority protects the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of Snowdonia National Park. Covering 823 miles of diverse landscape, the Park is home to over 26,000 people, the highest mountain in England and Wales and the largest natural lake in Wales.

The Carneddau Landscape Partnership (CLP) Scheme is a five year programme seeking to conserve the threatened heritage of the Carneddau by increasing the understanding and enjoyment of the cultural and natural heritage of the area. The Scheme has been made possible by the award of a National Lottery Heritage Fund Partnership Grant of £1,719,500. The total scheme cost is £4,170,800.

We’re looking for a Community Engagement Officer to support the success of this Scheme and join us on a five year fixed-term contract.

The Benefits 

- Salary of £24,799 - £26,999 per annum
- Work in one of the UK’s most beautiful sites
- Friendly and supportive environment
- Support the success of an exciting project

The Role 

As the Community Engagement Officer, you will raise awareness of the CLP Scheme with local communities and help to create community-led initiatives that will contribute to the Scheme’s objectives. 

Specifically, you’ll support the implementation of targeted wellbeing and education activities to encourage people to learn about the importance of the Carneddau landscape and the role they can play in safeguarding its future. 

Additionally, you will:

- Develop relationships with community groups and individuals to spark enthusiasm for the Scheme
- Help children and young people to get involved with the Scheme
- Ensure there are equal opportunities to get involved with the Scheme and address any participation barriers, such as gender imbalance, access to transport or lack of awareness 
- Evaluate and collect engagement and participation data

About You

To join us as Community Engagement Officer, you will need: 

- The ability to undertake the requirements of this role through the medium of Welsh and English
- Experience of managing community capacity building projects, co-ordinating volunteer-led initiatives and managing or working with a community group
- Previous experience of working with young people
- A good understanding of the factors that contribute to social inclusion and wellbeing in diverse communities
- An understanding of National Parks, environmental and heritage issues and countryside management
- A degree or equivalent in Community Development, Youth and Community Studies or a relevant subject
- A valid driving licence and access to your own vehicle

Other organisations may call this role Community Development Officer, Community Project Co-ordinator, Volunteering Co-ordinator, Community Engagement Co-ordinator, Outreach Officer, Community Services Co-ordinator, or Community Project Officer. 

So, if you’re seeking your next step as a Community Engagement Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

For a further discussion regarding this role, please contact Naomi Jones, Head of Cultural Heritage on 01766 770274

Closing date: 10.00 am, Friday 17.04.20

Scheme Support Officer (Finance and Contracts)

Penrhyndeudraeth

Job Ref
SNPA 2020 008
Location
Penrhyndeudraeth
Salary
£19,554 - £21,166

Scheme Support Officer (Finance and Contracts)
Snowdonia National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth (with occasional travel to project sites)

If you are a Welsh and English speaking administrator with financial systems experience, this is an amazing opportunity to help protect an iconic part of the Welsh landscape.

About Us

Snowdonia National Park Authority protects the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of Snowdonia National Park. Covering 823 miles of diverse landscape, the Park is home to over 26,000 people, the highest mountain in England and Wales and the largest natural lake in Wales.

The Carneddau Landscape Partnership (CLP) Scheme is a five year programme seeking to conserve the threatened heritage of the Carneddau by increasing the understanding and enjoyment of the cultural and natural heritage of the area. The Scheme has been made possible by the award of a National Lottery Heritage Fund Partnership Grant of £1,719,500. The total scheme cost is £4,170,800.

We are now looking for a Scheme Support Officer to support the success of the Scheme, joining us on a five year fixed-term contract.

The Benefits

- Salary of £19,554 - £21,166 per annum
- Work in one of the UK’s most beautiful sites
- Friendly and supportive environment
- Support the success of an exciting project

The Role

As a Scheme Support Officer, you will manage a variety of administration activities for the CLP Scheme.

Working closely with the Administration Assistant, you will manage the finances of the Scheme, administer contracts, maintain accurate records and provide administrative support to the Project Manager.

Additionally, you will:

- Delegate tasks to the Administration Assistant
- Monitor project budgets
- Collate data for quarterly grant claims and progress reports
- Process invoices and payments
- Organise Partnership meetings and take minutes when needed

About You

To join us as a Scheme Support Officer, you will need:

- Strong written and verbal communication skills in both Welsh and English
- Administration experience, including the use of financial systems
- A good level of IT literacy, including proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Access
- An NVQ Level 3 qualification in Business Administration (or equivalent)
- A valid driving licence

Other organisations may call this role Project Officer, Administrator, Project Administrator, Finance Clerk, Finance Administrator, Finance Officer, Contracts Administrator, or Project Co-ordinator.

So, if you’re seeking your next step as a Scheme Support Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

For a further discussion regarding this role please contact Naomi Jones, Head of Cultural Heritage on 01766 770274.

Closing date: 10.00am, Friday 17.04.20


Function
Cultural Heritage
Status
Full Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
37


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Property

Car Park Attendant – Contract

Other

Job Ref
SNPA 2020 011
Location
Other
Salary
£9.36 - £9.55 per hour

Car Park Attendant – Contract
Pen-y-Pass Car Park (with travel to other National Park Car Parks as required)

Are you a self-motivated individual who enjoys working outdoors? Want to spend the spring and summer months working in one of the UK’s most breath-taking locations? If so, we’d love to hear from you. 

About Us 

Snowdonia National Park Authority protects the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of Snowdonia National Park. Covering 823 miles of diverse landscape, the Park is home to over 26,000 people, the highest mountain in England and Wales and the largest natural lake in Wales.

The Authority currently manages 16 pay and display car parks throughout the National Park with several sites being key gateways to villages or popular destinations for walkers. 

We’re looking for a Car Park Attendant to join us on a contract from 1st April 2020 to 30th September 2020, working 32.5 hours per week.

The Benefits 

- Salary of £9.36 - £9.55 per hour
- Work in one of the UK’s most beautiful sites
- Friendly and supportive environment
- Spend your summer outside, rather than trapped in an office

The Role

As a Car Park Attendant, you’ll support the smooth running of Pen-y-Pass Car Park.

Reporting to the Car Park Manager, you will ensure that vehicles are parked safely, provide change for Pay and Display machines and respond to a range of queries from visitors.

You will also:

- Provide basic advice, assistance and general information to the public about the National Park
- Patrol the site for non-payers and issue warning notes 
- Clean Pay and Display machines and complete minor repairs 
- Ensure the site is clean and tidy
- Provide emergency cover for other National Park Car Parks when required 

About You

To join us as a Car Park Attendant, you will need:

- The ability to communicate in Welsh and English 
- The ability to handle money responsibly and accurately 
- A full, valid driving licence 
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- The ability to deal with the public in a courteous manner, sometimes in difficult situations 
- The ability to work on weekends and Bank Holidays

A basic understanding of Pay and Display machines would be beneficial, as would knowledge of Snowdonia and its attractions.

Other organisations may call this role Car Park Assistant, Parking Attendant, Parking Services Assistant, Parking Assistant, Customer Service Assistant, Parking Warden, Parking Officer, Parking Enforcement Officer, or Visitor Services Assistant.

This is a part-time role, working 32.5 hours per week over five days.

So, if you want to take your next step as a Car Park Attendant, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

For an informal discussion regarding this role please contact Edward Jones, Head of Property on 01766 770274

Closing date: 10.00 am, Friday 17.04.20

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