£32,000 - £36,000 depending on skills and experience
Closing date: 2018-08-30
We are seeking a full time Project Coordinator to support the Science Programme with Luc Hoffmann projects until the 30th June 2020. The successful candidate will be an employee of WCMC and will be based at the David Attenborough Building in Cambridge. Under the guidance of the Head of Programme and in close collaboration with other team members and collaborators, the Project Coordinator will ensure the effective delivery of multiple projects as well the overall cohesiveness of the programme to support the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s strategy.
The environmental challenges we face today can seem daunting and intractable. How to protect the biosphere, balance the needs of humans and the natural world, and shape a sustainable future? These are complex, multi-faceted questions and we need to find better ways to answer them. At the Luc Hoffmann Institute we use our significant expertise and rigorous methodology to interrogate the most pressing threats to life on Earth. We believe that the best solutions arise from a wide range of disciplines, sectors and places so we bring these diverse voices together to turn ideas into tangible action and deliver cohesive new solutions.
We will provide you with the challenge of working on high profile conservation projects, where your work really makes a difference to the field of conservation in an area aligned to our strategic aims and broader global initiatives. In addition to training and development opportunities, we offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including generous pension contributions.
If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging post where you can impress us with your organisational and technical skills, we want to hear from you. Please complete our application form and send it together with your CV and a short covering letter through the link below by 30th August 2018.
WCMC is a UK charity, based in Cambridge, which works in collaboration with UN Environment, under the banner of UNEP-WCMC. Our mission is to evaluate and highlight the many values of biodiversity and put authoritative biodiversity knowledge at the centre of decision-making. Since our establishment in the 1970s, the Centre has been at the forefront of the compilation, management, analysis and dissemination of global biodiversity information, and has an outstanding record of achievement.