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Reference: 70936

Date Added: 3 May 2019
Closing Date: 22 May 2019

Job Title: Nature Recovery Campaign Manager

Working For: RSPB

Location: UK Headquarters, Sandy, Bedfordshire

Salary: £25,463-£27,525 per annum

Job Details

The Nature Recovery Campaign aims to secure ambitious new laws and policies that will drive nature’s recovery across the four countries of the UK and create a strong UK platform for a new global deal for nature in 2020.

The campaign encompasses both RSPB existing policy and advocacy work, and fresh approaches to reaching and mobilising more people and new audiences; including through cultural campaigning and story-telling. It will be supported by a new approach to RSPB communications, badging both existing and new stories under a nature recovery narrative. It will also trial new ways to engage RSPB members and supporters in political action. The campaign will be designed to have real-world impact, whist enabling us to learn and innovate, so that we can better deliver on our Statement of Strategic Intent and our plan for Saving Nature Through People.

The Campaign strands are:

  • Policy & Advocacy
  • Let Nature Sing (cultural intervention)
  • Aligned communications and better story-telling
  • Mobilising our supporters to take action
  • Mobilising new stakeholders

The Nature Recovery Campaign Project Manager will play a leading role to drive the project forward, ensuring (amongst other aspects) that the business case and objectives are clearly defined, monitoring and evaluation framework and risk analysis is set up and that project work stream governance is created. Progress will be reported into the Nature Recovery Campaign Project Board. A significant part of the role will be to advise on and implement governance structures.

Closing Date: 22 May 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Interview Date: 30 May 2019

Start Date: to be agreed with successful candidate

Application Details

Please apply by following the link and downloading the application form on our website:


Website: https://www.rspb.org.uk/

Additional Notes