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Project Coordinator (Durham) Maternity Cover
£27,727 - £34,125
Hours: Full Time
Location: Durham County Council
Length of contract: Fixed Term Maternity Cover to run until May 2015
We have recently had further funding of £3.9 million from the Department of Transport confirmed to continue and grow our schools engagement activities, as well as engage workplaces and communities in 13 local authorities from April 2015 to March 2016. Living Streets, in partnership with these local authorities and sustainable travel organisation Modeshift, will work closely with workplaces and communities, as well as schools, to change people’s travel behaviour, encouraging them to walk journeys under two miles.
We’re looking for a dedicated and dynamic person to help deliver the last six months of the Walk to School Outreach project in Durham and to begin the delivery of the Walk To project from April 2015. One of the key parts of the role will be building relationships with stakeholders within the local authority, schools, workplaces and wider community. The role is based in Durham and regular travel will be required within the local authority area. The post holder will be committed to delivering against the organisation’s strategic priorities of influence, income and impact.
To co-ordinate the LSTF-funded programmes within Durham County Council as a member of Living Streets’ Delivery Department. The post holder will act as the key contact in Durham County Council liaising with all the schools, workplaces, communities, the local authority and any other stakeholders. They will be responsible for recruiting schools and workplaces as well as engaging with communities, organising the distribution of resources and supporting them in the implementation of each intervention. This will be a varied role and an ability to embrace a diversity of tasks is essential.
Application deadline: Wednesday 10 September, 5pm
Interview: Wednesday 17 September (TBC)
Please send your application quoting reference Project Coordinator Durham Maternity Cover to email@example.com.
For further information and an application form please download the job pack.
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