Would you like to take the helm managing some of the most stunning protected landscapes in the country?

The Cornwall AONB has a ‘once in a blue moon’ vacancy for the Cornwall AONB Partnership Manager 

Are you the person to champion the nationally important qualities of the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty? The Cornwall AONB is one of the largest in the UK, comprising breathtaking coastal, estuary and moorland landscapes. Internationally important for its wildlife and heritage, the AONB faces critical challenges from climate change, development and recreational pressures.

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We are seeking an inspirational leader with a proven track record in partnership working at a strategic senior level to:

● champion the AONB and the promotion of sustainable policies and action to conserve and enhance the area

● advocate the Vision for the AONB, commitment to it from a wide range of stakeholders, and linking its aims into other strategic plans

● coordinate the Cornwall AONB Partnership to effectively deliver the  Management Plan

● manage the Cornwall AONB team and its broad range of exciting projects and initiatives.

You will have considerable experience in landscape, conservation, land or coastal management  with proven ability in the management of collaborative partnerships and teams to successfully deliver strategic plans and projects.

Role details

Closing Date: 05-Jun-2019, 23:59:00.

The Interviews will be on the 20th and 21st June.

This position will be subject to a standard criminal record disclosure check.

Cornwall Council is committed to safeguarding and is an equal opportunities employer.

More information about working for Cornwall Council is available here

Hours per week: 37


Salary Range: £33,294 - £40,760 

Location: Cornwall Council, Pydar House, Truro

To apply

Please view the Role Profile; your application will need to explain how you meet the stated criteria. More guidance is available on how to complete the application and your supporting statement.

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