Project Officer - Green Infrastructure for Growth

Organisation
Cornwall Council
Reference
000003JF
Sector
Environment & Conservation, Public Services
Location
Truro, Cornwall
Salary Details
£23,238 - £30,153 per annum
Hours of work
37 hours per week
Closing Date
24/10/2017
To undertaking site visits to Public Open Spaces assist with the selection and design work; providing a public face to the project, assisting with public engagement and consultation activities through various means.

Job Description

The job holder will be expected to:

  • Support the Project Lead in the timely delivery of the Green Infrastructure for Growth Project, meeting the aims of the project, ERDF Output requirements and budget constraints
  • Contribute to the development of high quality public open spaces in the Project Area, using latest research and national best practice, especially around the use of meadow planting.
  • To provide advice in specialist areas such as community engagement, EU compliant publicity, ecological enhancement, or human health and wellbeing gains through engagement with public open space.
  • To develop and nurture collaborative relationships and partnerships that deliver new and innovative approaches to public open space management and use.
  • To assist the GI4G Project Coordinator in the production of reports, claims, contracts, marketing and communications material
  • To provide advice, analyse, interpret and comment on emerging environment legislation and best practice.
  • To contribute to the CEEQUAL Excellent accreditation of the Project
  • To undertake effective engagement and communication with GI4G communities. 
  • To implement environment and access improvement projects across public open spaces, including creating green infrastructure within urban areas.
  • To manage portions of the project budget ensuring that value for money is achieved and that spending is allocated in accordance with agreed priorities around health, wellbeing and improved biodiversity.
  • To ensure ERDF compliance, publicity, reporting and claims processes are adhered to at all times
  • To undertake appropriate roles and responsibilities for H&S management as required by the Council and departmental H&S policy.
     

Company Description

Cornwall Council is one of Cornwall’s largest employers, with over 5,500 employees working directly for the Council. Cornwall Council delivers services to more than half a million residents and to over five million visitors a year and works with its extended family of businesses and with town and parish councils to provide services for local communities. Our employees work in a range of professions and job roles including health and social care; children & adult care services; customer services; digital media and communications; IT; Fire & Rescue; legal; finance; accounting; planning; and human resources…the opportunities are endless! In preparation for the Government’s reform of the apprenticeships system next year, we are recruiting apprentices into a range of apprenticeships across our services to help build a skilled and talented workforce for the future. Apply for an apprenticeship with us and you’ll be helping to make Cornwall a great place to live and work.

Other Application Details

To apply for this job, please see the full job details on the Cornwall Council website when you click apply.

Anticipated interview date: 31/10/2017

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