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Peatland Action Project Manager – Data and Evidence

Reference Ref: 1012–371  (Please mention Stopdodo/Environment Jobs in your application)
Sectors Nature Conservation, Ecology, GIS
Town/City Location: Flexible
Salary Additional Information Temporary position (ending 31 March 2024) Starting salary: £40,340
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Type Temporary / Contract / Seasonal
Status Full Time
Level Senior Level
Deadline 07/02/2022
Company Name NatureScot
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The Peatland Action Project Manager will lead and manage tasks and people to deliver Peatland ACTION Programme requirements, managing data and evidence that will support the government ambition for peatland restoration.

The post is one of a team of six managers supporting the Programme Manager in providing strategic direction, tactical guidance, and operational management in rapid expansion of peatland restoration. You will be involved in project governance, resource planning and management, and will have a key role in liaising with and reporting to the NatureScot Programme Board and the Scottish Government’s new governance arrangements.

The post covers the whole of Scotland and will require the ability to travel independently, as public transport is not always available, and sites are remote. On occasions, this will require travel that necessitates nights away from home.

For further information click Apply or go to https://www.nature.scot/about-snh/working-us

Closing date: Midday 7 February 2022.

Internal candidate interviews: 22 February 2022.

External candidate interviews: 7 March 2022.

Nature is vital to all of us, so it is vital that we are an organisation for all of Scotland. The more diverse NatureScot is, the better we will be in connecting everyone with nature. We particularly encourage applications from people from Minority Ethnic (ME) backgrounds and people with a disability.

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