Senior Marine Conservation Planner - RSPB Scotland

Would you like a planning job that makes a real and tangible difference for nature?  Does a job that combines ensuring that the interests of nature are addressed in the planning process with cutting edge marine policy development appeal to you?  

RSPB Scotland are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join their Edinburgh-based planning team, which forms part of a wider policy and advocacy function, the purpose of which is to influence and shape nature and climate policy, in this case through the planning process but also marine policy development processes, in Scotland and the UK.

Closing date: 17:00, Sun, 17th Mar 2024
Location: Edinburgh – Flexible in UK
Salary: £36,577.00 – £39,267.00 Per Annum
Benefits: Contributory Pension Scheme, Payment of Professional Subscription Fees, Paid Volunteer Day with charity of your choice, Sabbatical opportunities.

Director of Planning and Place - Cairngorms National Park Authority

The Cairngorms National Park is an incredible place to live and work. The UK’s largest national park is home to over 25% of the UK’s rare and endangered species, four of the UK’s top five highest mountains, the largest Caledonian forest and some of Scotland’s most iconic rivers. It is a truly unique landscape and this is an exceptional role for the right person.

As the Director of Planning and Place, you will provide strategic leadership, clear organisational vision and long-term direction for the Park Authority on Planning, Rural Development and Visitor Services, and ensure operational effectiveness within these areas.

Salary: £66,021 – 76,716 (Band G)

Location: Grantown on Spey

Job Type: Permanent

Hours: Full time; 35 hrs per week (but part time hours of 30/week may be considered)

Closing Date: 23:59pm, Monday 18th March 2024

Interview Date: Monday 15th April 2024


Sustainable Transport Manager - Cairngorms National Park Authority

As the Sustainable Transport Manager, you will lead the delivery of the Transport components within the Place theme of the Cairngorms 2030 (C2030) programme.

You will report to the Head of the C2030 programme and have overall responsibility for delivery of the transport programme within C2030. This will be across the 4 multifaceted projects, covering: delivering new Active travel Infrastructure, instigating sustainable travel initiatives, making the Cairngorms more cycle friendly and encouraging a step change in travel behaviours. Ensuring that the CNP becomes a rural exemplar for Active and Sustainable travel.

You will be responsible for all the Programme management functions including programme planning, task management, financial forecasting and budget control. You will develop match funding applications and manage subsequent grant awards and conditions.

Salary: £42,428 – 49,118 (Band E)

Location: Grantown on Spey

Job Type: 5 Year Fixed Term Contract

Hours: Full time (36 hrs per week)

Closing Date: 23:59pm, Monday 4 March 2024

Interview Date: Wednesday 20 March 2024

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