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Slapton Line Adaptation Manager

Salary details: £32,234 - £35,745 per annum

Department
South Hams District Council and West Devon Borough Council
Business Unit
Reference
SS109T
Salary details
£32,234 - £35,745 per annum
Job Term
Fixed-term - 2 years
Appointment Type
Full Time
Hours
37 hours per week
Location
Remote Working / Totnes, Devon
Interview details
18 and 19 November 2021
For an informal discussion please contact;
Roger English, South Devon AONB Manager, on 01803 229331 or roger.english@southdevonaonb.org.uk
Closing Date
07 November 2021
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We are looking for a dynamic project manager skilled in partnership working, keen to make a real difference and leave a positive legacy with our coastal communities and for our natural environment.

This is a rare opportunity to work for the Slapton Line Partnership, at a pivotal time when coastal management is firmly in the spotlight and real solutions are needed to adapt to the effects of climate change. Are you enthusiastic about the coast, able to investigate, plan and develop new ideas, inspire and meaningfully engage with communities and businesses, have vision and drive to respond positively to change and shape a brighter future?

This unique role will build upon 20 years of Slapton Line Partnership coastal management evidence and action to develop, communicate, and implement a pioneering Adaptation Plan. You will help our communities, economy and environment respond to accelerating and substantive coastal change. The project is focused upon the area of and around the famous Slapton Sands shingle barrier, Torcross, A379 coastal road, Slapton Ley and Start Bay within South Hams, Devon. This project area is highly designated, including a National Nature Reserve, Site of Special Scientific Interest and forms an important part of the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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