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Cranborne Chase and Chalke Valley Landscape Partnership Manager

  Cranborne Chase AONB (through Wiltshire Council as host authority) in Office at Tollard Royal
   £34,788 - £36,876
  Apply before: 05/04/2020
Responsibility Level:  Trainee   L 2  L 3  L 3/4  L 4  L 4/5  L 5  L 5/6  L 6  L 7
  01725 517417
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                                                          Landscape Partnership Manager

 Post: Fixed term contract until 30/06/2024     
Salary: £34,788 - £36,876
Base: Near Tollard Royal, Wiltshire                   
Closing date: 11pm 05/04/2020

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Do you have the passion, drive and experience to deliver a new, innovative scheme comprising 20 ambitious projects? The Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership has been awarded £1.68m from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Together with partner match funding, this £2.7m scheme aims to enhance the natural, historic and cultural heritage of this stunning, historic landscape through encouraging widespread community engagement and involvement.

Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a stunning landscape of rolling chalk grassland, ancient woodlands, chalk escarpments, downland hillsides and chalk river valleys. Rich in history from Neolithic times to its role as an ancient royal hunting chase, the area has strong cultural heritage alongside a plethora of wildlife. The Chase and Chalke Landscape Partnership Scheme aims to take this stunning landscape to the next level – enhancing existing landscape features, enthusing landowners, engendering a sense of ownership and understanding in local communities and raising wider awareness of the landscape and its heritage.

To view the Landscape Conservation Action Plan and projects click here:

You will oversee and co-ordinate the strategic direction of the Landscape Partnership Scheme acting as the figurehead and ensuring collaborative working with a multitude of partners and stakeholders. You’ll be a highly self-motivated people-person, eager to take on this challenge, an organised and respected team leader with a record of managing large, composite budgets. You’ll manage a team of five, be responsible for a total budget of £2.7m and track delivery of a wide range of critical outcomes. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to make a lasting impression on this nationally renowned landscape as well as further developing best practice for landscape scale conservation. You’ll also play a vital role in ensuring the scheme has a lasting legacy on the ground.

You’ll lead on delivery of the major ‘Champions of the Past’ project, inspiring volunteers to conserve the unique historic heritage of the area. You will be passionate about landscape, heritage, and the natural world and have the instinctive ability to inspire and enthuse others. You’ll have a ‘can-do’ attitude and excel at inspiring and motivating partners, colleagues and volunteers. With a substantial and proven track record of successfully managing a team to deliver many complex projects on time and to budget, you’ll also have the ambition and ability to seek out and secure additional funding. You’ll have a minimum of 3 years proven experience of successful management of large grant aided programmes of work.

For an informal discussion please contact Linda Nunn, AONB Director on 01725 517417 or    

The post could be available as a secondment.




Please quote BAJR in your application.

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