Local recruitment: Water Policy Manager
We are looking for a bright and personable individual with experience in water policy to join our team. In particular, the issues affecting water quality and quantity and the impact of these on ecological status and wild fish populations.
The role will include:
- Desk-based research to compile evidence and case studies to inform national policy for lobbying.
- Building and developing links with external stakeholders.
- Working with the Head of Science and Policy to devise campaigns on these issues at local, regional and national levels.
- Helping to provide supporters with the information they need to engage with the decision-making process.
- Up-to-date knowledge of water policy and management including the relevant regulations, policies, politics and stakeholders.
- An understanding of the politics of policymaking and experience of effective advocacy work.
- Experience of synthesising scientific data and communicating them into impactful communications.
- Demonstrated ability to lead and manage meetings and represent the organisation externally.
- A confident communicator, with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Prepared to take the initiative and manage your own workload.
- Degree qualified in a relevant discipline.
- Knowledge and interest in fisheries preferable, but not essential.
What it’s like to work for Salmon & Trout Conservation
We are the UK’s only independent charity campaigning for wild fish and their environment. We take no government money, so are uncompromised in our goal to achieve UK waters that support abundant and sustainable populations of wild fish and all other water-dependent wildlife.
Post Brexit, and as we look to rebuild our economy and communities after Covid, we believe there is a real opportunity for a step change in the way we manage water and our environment. We aim to inspire, inform, involve and influence everyone who can take action to safeguard our water environments. Protecting and standing up for life under the surface is a cause worth fighting for, both for current and future generations.
You will be a core member of a small, highly motivated team driven to really make a difference for our water environments and wild fish populations.
Please send a covering letter, explaining why you would be good for the role, and your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews will be held via zoom.
Application deadline: 16th April 2021.