Partnership and Development Officer (9-12 month maternity cover)
Partnership and Development Officer (9 – 12 month maternity cover)
Helmsley, North Yorkshire
£20,903 - £23,541
- Are you a natural communicator?
- Do you have a real flair for working with people?
- Are you passionate about the North York Moors National Park?
We have a fantastic record of working with volunteers and being creative to develop opportunities for everybody to help care for their National Park.
To help us do this, we need an enthusiastic person to work with small organisations and community groups around the National Park area.
You will work with our talented team of volunteer Task Day Leaders and also be responsible for developing our existing training programmed to train TDLs, enabling them to lead tasks efficiently and safely.
As well as being great with people, you’ll need an eye for detail and a positive attitude to health and safety. You will be working in a small supportive team, but you will need to be able to work independently as well.
Further information about the Volunteers can be found on our website.
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Countryside Worker Apprentice (Based at Helmsley or Castleton)
North York Moors
Countryside Worker Apprentice
Based at either Castleton or Helmsley, North Yorkshire
North York Moors National Park and the North Yorkshire Moors Railway are working together to offer fantastic apprenticeship opportunities thanks to the National Heritage Lottery Fund.
This is a great chance for you to develop practical countryside skills, working as part of a team, alongside the railway and in the rest of the National Park. You will need to:
- Enjoy working outside (in all weathers)
- Have the ability to learn practical skills
- Want to do a Level 2 qualification in Environmental Conservation
- Enjoy working outside and want to learn practical skills
- Be really interested in countryside issues and want to help with the work of the NYMR and the National Park
The apprenticeship is for an initial period of two years and you’ll be working alongside our experienced staff who are looking forward to sharing their skills with you. If you think that you fit the bill, we’d love to hear from you.
You will be paid a training allowance of £8,295.47 per annum, plus an annual apprentice supplement of £1205.28, also £30 per month to go towards travel expenses for the first year of your apprenticeship. Your pay will increase to the minimum wage for your age group as you go into year two. We’ll also be spending money on your training to make sure that you have a set of skills that will be attractive to other employers when you leave us.
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Marketing and Product Development Executive (9-12 month maternity cover)
Marketing and Product Development Executive (9 – 12 months maternity cover)
£27,041 – £30,451
We are working hard to raise the profile of the North York Moors and need a talented and enthusiastic person to help us.
You will need to bring some great experience of using digital media to get your message across – this could be from your work on writing for websites, producing e-newsletters and using social media. Your skills will also mean that you can lead on promoting our fantastic National Park Centres, and events and exhibitions programme.
Working with local businesses, you will help them develop new ideas and access money via our Tourism grant schemes.
All this means that you will need to be able to tell us about your:
• Flair for working with small businesses;
• Understanding of different audiences; and
• Experience of delivering focused messages to an agreed plan.
Based in Helmsley, you will have great support from your colleagues, flexible working and good development opportunities. Excellent pension scheme and holiday entitlements complete an attractive package.
Graduate Trainee (Development Management) - 4 year FTC
Graduate Trainee (Development Management)
37 hours per week (4 years fixed term contract)
£20,903 to £23,541
The North York Moors is one of 15 UK National Parks which are Britain’s breathing spaces and require a unique balance of environmental, social and economic considerations. We need bright people with a real feel for protected landscape to help us keep the place special.
This is a fantastic opportunity for somebody looking to establish their career in planning. You will work with our Development Management team, but also have the chance to get involved with policy and built conservation work as well.
You will initially be dealing with householder enquiries, straightforward planning applications and providing technical support to our more experienced Planning Officers.
We will look to develop a training programme that suits your needs and you will have a training bursary to spend. Part of your training will include either an MA in Town and Country Planning or the RTPI’s Higher Level Apprenticeship programme.
Ideally, you’ll need to have a:
• Planning related qualification;
• Great attitude to dealing with the public;
• Practical knowledge of the planning system and related legislation;
• Real willingness to learn and develop your own career.
Supportive colleagues, flexible working hours, generous holiday entitlements and a final salary pension scheme complete an attractive package.
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