Vacancies

Fundraising Manager

Salary band: £28,000 – £34,000 per annum (subject to negotiation)

Flexible Working

Full time – Initial 12 month contract with strong potential for extension

Thames21 is an environmental charity putting healthy rivers at the heart of community life. Through environmental improvements, education, research and advocacy efforts we inspire and influence effective and lasting change by working hand-in-hand with communities to deliver tangible and measurable improvements for urban rivers. www.thames21.org.uk | Registered Charity No. 1103997

We require an enthusiastic and committed individual to become our Fundraising Manager. This position is an exciting opportunity to lead on developing and delivering our funding strategy to meet the needs of Thames21’s Five Year Plan Championing the River.

For a full job description and further information follow the link below

Fundraising Manager JD April 2017

Closing date for completed application CV and Covering Letter:  12noon Wednesday 10th May interviews conducted on Wednesday 24th May 2017

Completed applications should be sent to by email to: Michael.Heath@Thames21.org.uk. Or posted to: Michael Heath, Personnel Manager, Thames21, Walbrook Wharf, 78-83 Upper Thames Street, London EC4R 3TD

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COMMUNITY (WATER QUALITY) MODELLING PROJECT OFFICER

 Salary £23,000 – £25,000 per annum

Full Time

Contract length – fixed term 9 Months (possibility of extension)

We require an enthusiastic and committed individual to join our Love the Lea team, undertaking a new strand of work for Thames21 – Community Modelling. This approach uses computer models (in this case a water quality model called INCA), which is used hand in hand with members of the community. Through working with this model, members of the community will gain a greater understanding of what causes water quality issues within the catchment and test scenario’s for how water quality can be improved. The outcomes of the programme will hopefully provide a strategic path to improving water quality within the Lea Catchment – particularly the River Lea tributaries: Pymmes, Salmons and Ching Brooks. Closing date Tuesday 2nd May 2017

For further information, Job Description and the application form follow these links:

Community Modelling Project Officer Job Description

T21 Job application Form__2017 mh

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WATERWAYS ENGAGEMENT VOLUNTEER

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

Location:   Events at a variety of London Boroughs and Waterways.

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.

Closing date for sending your CV and short covering letter is 9am on Monday 8th May 2017.

For further information please follow the link below #

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