Vacancies

Waterways Engagement Volunteer

Volunteer role, reasonable travel and lunch expenses paid (receipts required).

Location:   Events at Rivers and Waterways in the London Boroughs and Home Counties.

Responsible to: Billy Coburn,  Development Officer.

 Background:

 We love local waterways, and we know others do too! We want to talk to local people through other local people to create a real buzz around rivers. To do this, we are building a team of enthusiastic and committed individuals who will attend local community events to talk with members of the public and raise awareness of and champion the benefits of healthy waterways across London. If you think your local waterway is just great, and want to share that passion with others, we want to hear from you.

For further information please follow the link below

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Closing date for sending your CV and short covering letter is 9am on Monday 13th  February 2017.

Successful applicants will be invited to an informal induction evening at 6pm on Monday 20th February.

Please email your CV and your covering letter to: billy.coburn@thames21.org.uk

 

Love the Lea community Engagement & Education Officer   (Maternity Cover)

Salary Band:                                  £24,000 to 26,000 PA

This post will be a fixed term contract.  Full Time 35 hours per week. The expected term of this contract is planned to be from March 201 7 until early December 2017.

Location:                             Bow Lock Office, Gillender Street, London E3 3JY

Responsible to:                John Bryden, Senior Programmes Manager

 Background:

 The London river’s and watercourses in the Lower Lea Catchment are some of the most polluted rivers in Britain, the Love the Lea campaign aims to improve water quality of these rivers by educating local people, monitoring water quality, introducing reed beds to process the pollution, and installing sustainable drainage to intercept polluted runoff before it reaches the watercourse.

We require an enthusiastic and committed individual to cover this position during a period of maternity leave. This role entails developing and delivering engagement and education activities for a range of river water quality improvement projects within this project.  This post is an exciting opportunity to join the Charity’s team of dedicated staff.

For further information see the job description and application via the links below.

LtL Engagement Education Officer (Mat Cover) JD Jan 2017

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Closing date for completed application forms 5pm Friday 3rd February 2017 Interviews for shortlisted candidates are scheduled for Friday 24th February 2017

Completed applications should be sent by email to: michael.heath@thames21.org.uk

Please note that we do not accept CV’s