Salary: £30,000 - £35,000, dependent on experience.
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (full time)
Duration of post: Permanent
Location: River Stewardship Company office (Sheffield), with travel primarily across Yorkshire and the North East. Flexible and remote working considered.
Annual Leave: 34 days, including bank holidays.
Pension: 8% of gross income contribution by the company
Other benefits: Use of company car/van, mobile phone and laptop; access to healthcare scheme (through Westfield Health); proposed profit- share/bonus scheme; contractual sick pay
Introduction to River Stewardship Company
River Stewardship Company is a social enterprise with a rapidly growing portfolio of commercial waterway maintenance projects with the Environment Agency, local authorities, riparian landowners and others. Through commercial or grant-funded projects, we also deliver programmes of community engagement (educational activities in schools, volunteer days, festivals, events and other activities) designed to connect, inspire and empower local people to improve themselves, their community and their local patch of waterway. We call this programme of community engagement and social impact activity ‘Riverlution’.
The Contracts Manager will develop and manage a portfolio of commercial projects within the Yorkshire area (and elsewhere, as required), as well as working with the Operations Manager to assist with overseeing operations and managing the programme of work.
The Contracts Manager will be responsible to the Chief Executive and have line management responsibilities for a small number of staff from the delivery team, as required. The Contracts Manager will also work closely with volunteers and other community interest organisations as well as with clients and sub-contractors. They will comprise a key part of the executive Leadership Team, and report in to the non-executive Board of Directors as and when required.
The Contracts Manager will be an experienced, well-connected individual with strong commercial acumen. They will have a proven track-record of developing and managing multiple commercial projects, in the fields of conservation, landscaping or construction. They will have a good knowledge of health and safety, and preferably have undergone NEBOSH or IOSH Managing Safely training. They will have experience of managing staff and subcontractors, have excellent interpersonal skills and can communicate at all levels through various media. Full details are provided in the Candidate Pack.
The application pack contains the job description, person specification, and terms of the post. Applicants wishing to apply for the post must complete the application form (available to download from our website and submit to email@example.com by 12 noon on Thursday 23rd January 2020.
Shortlisted candidates will be notified on the 23rd or the 24th January. Interview dates will be confirmed at this stage, but are likely to be in the week commencing 3rd February.
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Adam Rollitt on 0114 354 0012 or firstname.lastname@example.org.