Jobs & Volunteer Positions

Thames 21 is committed to achieving a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We welcome and encourage applicants from all sections of the community regardless of their sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religious belief.

We are currently recruiting for the following staff positions:

  • Charity Finance Manager Thames21 – part time
  • Nature Prescribing Officer Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities
  • Engagement Manager; Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities project and  Thames21 education and engagement projects
  • Volunteering Officer; Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities project and  Thames21 education and engagement projects

Details below 

Engagement Manager: Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities project and  Thames21 education and engagement projects

We are looking for a committed person to join Thames21 working with project staff and senior managers to support and manage several key engagement and learning projects, including the new Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities project.

The Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities programme is a partnership between Enfield Council and Thames21, funded by The Green Recovery Challenge Fund. We are delivering large scale ecological improvement in Enfield’s rivers through using Nature Based Solutions such as new woodlands (60ha of new woodland/100,000 trees), and wetlands (rural sustainable drainage systems).

The Green Recovery Challenge Fund is funded by Defra and is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England and the Environment Agency.

The role requires you to:

  • Coordinate project delivery with Thames21 managers, project teams and external partners to ensure projects are delivered to budget and on time, meeting project objectives and the requirements of funders, sponsors and project partners
  • Supervise project staff and develop work plans to ensure staff are able to work successfully and effectively 
  • Work with the project team to identify key locations and activities that will support on-going health and wellbeing, volunteering and education activities
  • Work with the Thames21 Training and Education Officers to ensure learning sessions meet the appropriate standards and leaners outcomes
  • Deliver project activities where necessary to meet project outputs and outcomes
  • Build relationships with key project staff, partners and stakeholders including health, voluntary, social and education resources.

Thames21 recognises the positive value of diversity. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds.

We offer a salary of £34 000 pa for this full-time 35 hours a week role and flexible working in the borough of Enfield, from our offices or from home. Thames21 has an auto enrol workplace pension scheme with NEST; 25 days paid annual leave pro rata plus public holidays. The Thames21 office is closed between Christmas and New Year. Mobile phone and laptop are supplied for company use.

Please use the links below for further information- the full job description  and our application form 

Enfield’s Rivers and Communities Enagagement ManagerJD [3342]

We can only accept completed Thames21 application forms, available above; the form should contain how you meet the criteria set out in this advert and our job description.

Deadline for completed application forms: Sunday 10th January 2021

Interviews will be held on: WC 18th January 2021

Completed application forms should be emailed to: Michael.Heath@thames21.org.uk

 

Nature Prescribing Officer: Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities

We are looking for a committed person to join Thame21’s Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities team to organise and deliver activities that measurably improve health and well-being outcomes for participants. These activities will integrate with existing social prescribing networks in the Borough of Enfield.

The Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities programme is funded by The Green Recovery Challenge Fund. It is a partnership between Enfield Council and Thames21. We are delivering large scale ecological improvement in Enfield’s rivers through using Nature Based Solutions such as new woodlands (60ha of new woodland/100,000 trees), and wetlands (rural sustainable drainage systems).

The Green Recovery Challenge Fund is funded by Defra and is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England and the Environment Agency.

Your role requires you to: 

  • Work with the project team to identify key locations and activities that will support ongoing health and wellbeing activities.
  • Build relationships with key staff at the local authority, public health teams, in GP practices and the local Primary Care Network
  • Seek recommendations for the services and support they require from the project
  • Attend relevant meetings, becoming part of the wider Social Prescribing network in the borough, giving information and feedback on the project progress
  • Establish a clear referral pathway to the programme of activity including self-referrals. 
  • Facilitate service uptake by supporting local social prescribing link officers, promoting the new service and meeting with potential participants to explain the service
  • Work with the project team to deliver a programme of supported activity that aims to improve health and well-being outcomes for referred participants.

Thames21 recognises the positive value of diversity. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds.

We offer a salary of £25 000 pa for this full time 35 hours a week role,  flexible working in Enfield, from our offices or from home. Thames21 has an auto enrol workplace pension scheme with NEST, 25 days paid annual leave plus public holidays. In addition, the Thames21 office is closed between Christmas and New Year. Mobile phone and laptop are supplied for company use.

Please use the links below for further information- the full job description and our application form:

Enfield’s Rivers and Communities Nature Prescribing Officer JD

We can only accept completed Thames21 application forms, available above; the form should contain how you meet the criteria set out in this advert and our Job Description.

Deadline for completed application forms: Sunday 10th January 2021

Interviews will be held on: WC 18th January 2021

Completed application forms should be emailed to: Michael.Heath@thames21.org.uk

 

Volunteering Officer: Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities

We are looking for a committed person to join Thames21 and work with the new Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities project as the Volunteering Officer. 

You will join Thame21’s Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities team to plan, organise and deliver a programme of community-led practical, volunteering, activities that enhance, support and monitor the borough’s rivers, woodland, wetland and SUDs.  These activities will build long-term relationships between communities and their natural heritage.

The Restoring Enfield’s Rivers and Connecting Communities programme is funded by The Green Recovery Challenge Fund. It is a partnership between Enfield Council and Thames21. We are delivering large scale ecological improvement in Enfield’s rivers through using Nature Based Solutions such as new woodlands (60ha of new woodland/100,000 trees), and wetlands (rural sustainable drainage systems).

The Green Recovery Challenge Fund is funded by Defra and is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England and the Environment Agency. 

We offer a salary of £25 000 pa for this full time 35 hours a week role, flexible working in Enfield, from our offices or from home. Thames21 has an auto enrol workplace pension scheme with NEST, 25 days paid annual leave pro rata plus public holidays.  The Thames21 office is closed between Christmas and New Year. Mobile phone and laptop are supplied for company use.

Please use the links below for further information- the full job description  and our application form: 

Enfield’s Rivers and Communities Volunteering OfficerJD

We can only accept completed Thames21 application forms, available above; the form should contain how you meet the criteria set out in this advert and our job description.

Deadline for completed application forms: Sunday 10th January 2021

Interviews will be held on: WC 18th January 2021

Completed application forms should be emailed to: Michael.Heath@thames21.org.uk

 

Charity Finance Manager Thames21 – part time

We are looking for an experienced and qualified Finance Officer to provide financial management. Thames21 puts healthy rivers back at the heart of community life. Through environmental improvements, community engagement, education and advocacy we bring about effective and lasting change by working hand-in-hand with communities to deliver tangible improvements to our network of rivers. 

Your responsibilities will include joining the Senior Management Team to provide budgeting and financial services in support of our dedicated team of staff and volunteers. You will become a key member of the organisation delivering effective financial management to enable the charity to grow and meet our five year strategic plan.

You will develop this new in house role which is currently supported by the Port of London Authority. You will organise our financial and payroll functions, manage and support staff on budgeting matters and provide effective financial management at the charity. 

Thames21 recognises the positive value of diversity and we welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds

We offer a salary of £40 000 pa (pro rata) part time 28 hours a week, flexible working from our City of London offices or from home. Thames21 has an auto enrol workplace pension scheme with NEST; 25 days paid annual leave pro rata plus public holidays.  In addition, the Thames21 office is closed between Christmas and New Year. Mobile phone and laptop are supplied for company use.

Please use the links below for further information- the full job description  and our application form 

T21 Finance Manager JD website Dec 2020

We can only accept completed Thames21 application forms, available above; the form should contain how you meet the criteria set out in this advert and our Job Description.

Deadline for completed application forms: Sunday 3rd January 2021

Interviews will be held on: WC 11th January 2021

Completed application forms should be emailed to: Michael.Heath@thames21.org.uk