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Training Officers (Multiple roles)

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful is seeking a number of training officers to join our friendly staff team.

Salary £24,000; fixed term post until August 2022 (further extension subject to funding).

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful is currently trialling a four day working week, which we hope will reduce our carbon footprint and improve work-life balance for colleagues.

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s strategic plan 2020-2025 states that we must go further faster together in making transformational changes that deliver sustainable lifestyles for all in our society. The Training Officers will deliver training on climate action to a range of audiences including teachers, youth leaders, community groups and businesses; adaptable to both on-line and face-to-face delivery. 
Specifically, the Training Officers will work with the Environmental Education and Climate Action teams in Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful to deliver the training programme, funded by the UK Community Renewal Fund. 

Applications close on Friday 10th December 2021 at 12 noon. Late applications will not be accepted. Interviews will take place (via Zoom) week commencing 13th December 2021. 

Applications must be submitted to enquiries@keepnorthernirelandbeautiful.org. Please note that CVs or cover notes are not accepted. Relevant information on how you meet the requirements of the roles must be within the application form only. Due to delays with the postal service we ask that you submit your applications via e-mail. 

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Waste and Pollution Solutions Strategic Lead

Waste & pollution solutions is one of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s three key strategic themes and, as such, this role is key to their dynamic and developing suite of programmes within the organisation. If you can demonstrate experience of working within an environmental or waste management role then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV. 

Designing, managing and implementing a range of projects that further waste and pollution solutions across Northern Ireland, including management oversight and delivery of the tackling plastics NI initiative, funded by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs. You will be expected to contribute to new policy development where relevant, and engage and collaborate with  multiple sectors, delivering a cross-cutting work programme that provides a focus for existing and new initiatives to reduce waste and pollution. 

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Biodiversity Recovery Officer 

Biodiversity recovery is one of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s three key strategic themes identified in the organisations strategic plan 2020-2025. If you can demonstrate experience of the delivery of environmental programmes then you could be perfect for our client and we'd love to see your CV. 

The position involves Implementing a range of projects that aim to reverse the loss of biodiversity and improve habitats and ecosystems across Northern Ireland. These projects connect with and embed across the suite of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s programmes including, but not limited to, live here love here grant programmes, eco-schools & other environmental education programmes. 

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Invitation to Quote for independent professional evaluation of the Rural Community Pollinators Grant Programme

This is an invitation to submit a quote for the independent professional evaluation of the Rural Pollinators Grant Programme on behalf of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful. Please submit your proposal entitled Rural Community Pollinators Grant Programme Evaluation by 5pm on the 30th November 2021 to helen.tomb@keepnorthernirelandbeautiful.org. 

Quotes received after this deadline will not be considered. If you have any questions about this document please contact Helen Tomb by noon on 17th November 2021. Questions and responses will be circulated to all interested tenderers. 

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Board Position

We are reviewing our strategy and, therefore are not recruiting new members until this process is completed.

Thank you for your interest in Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful. Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful seeks outstanding individuals wishing to join our small team of active Board Members.

The roles include supporting the ongoing strategic development of the charity as it grows to meet the challenges of environmental incivilities and sustainable use of resources.

Applicants must be highly motivated and enthusiastic and share our mission to inspire people to create cleaner, greener and more sustainable communities.

Applicants must have excellent communication skills and be willing to give their time for Board meetings and other sub-group meetings and events as appropriate.

Directors are not remunerated, however, approved costs incurred in delivering the role can be recouped.

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful reserves the right to hold a reserve list for a period of approximately 12 months to fill similar roles which may arise.

The application process requires the submission of a full CV, selection for interview and final approval by the full Board.

For more information please email Dr Ian Humphreys CEO, in the first instance.