We are excited to be recruiting for up to three new Project Managers to deliver on our national sustainability engagement projects, programmes and campaigns.
SOS-UK is a new sustainability and wellbeing charity, launched by the National Union of Students’ in October 2019. Through SOS-UK we plan to build on NUS’s successful student-led sustainability and wellbeing projects, programmes and campaigns, allowing us to go much further and faster in response to increasing student demand for our work.
We are an education charity focussing on sustainability, we work across all forms of education and through our work we aim to:
• Get more students leading on, and learning for, sustainability.
• Repurpose the education system around the climate emergency and ecological crises.
• Make sustainability more inclusive, so it is for everyone.
Find out more about SOS-UK, who we are and what we do by visiting our website.
About the role
You will deliver our sustainability engagement projects, programmes and campaigns at specified institutions and community organisations to a high standard, ensuring individuals and organisations benefit from participation.
Our Project Managers currently primarily deliver Green Impact and Student Switch Off, although the mix of who delivers what varies from year to year depending on geographical location and externally funded projects, and will change as our projects, programmes and campaigns evolve. The Project Manager may also work with our education team to support delivery of our Education for Sustainable Development work including Responsible Futures (our whole-institution Education for Sustainable Development programme).
We are ideally looking for someone with experience of working with people in students’ unions or universities, but that is not essential. Likewise experience of campaigns or programmes relating to sustainability would be a distinct advantage.
You will be joining a team of passionate and committed staff who take a collaborative and positive approach to their work. We welcome applications from all individuals who share this energy and aspiration for transforming learning for the betterment of society, the environment and the economy.
Location: South West (home based), West Midlands (home based) and Edinburgh (office based)
Contract type: Fixed Term Contract until June 2021
Hours: 21 to 35 hours per week
Salary: £25,640 to £29,257 per annum
You may have experience of the following: Project Manager, Programme Manager, Campaign Manager, Sustainability Projects, Student Union, University, Education, Project Management, etc.
£25640 - £29257 per annum
28 days ago