Kent Wildlife Trust
Job Title: Project Coordinator
Contract Type: Full-time (37.5hrs) Permanent
Closing Date: 8th December
Interview Date: 13th December (In person at Tyland Barn is preferable, but can also interview remotely)
Salary: £25,000 to £27,000 pa, depending on experience
Based in: Head Office – Tyland Barn, Chatham Rd, Sandling, Maidstone ME14 3BD
Working as part of the Project Coordination Team the post holder will work with colleagues
across the organisation to improve the impact and effectiveness of KWT’s programmes, projects
and departments. The post holder will play an advisory and facilitatory role, supporting teams
to plan, track, review, and adapt their work. The post holder will also ensure teams adhere to
and maximise the potential of KWT’s Project Management Framework (PMF). KWT’s PMF uses the
methodology of the Conservation Standards an internationally recognised adaptive management
An average day for a project coordinator at KWT might involve: delivering a planning workshop
in the office with your colleagues, running an online workshop with stakeholders across the UK.
Or spending an afternoon on your computer updating the project management software – Miradi
- You are someone who is highly organised, personable and excels at problem solving.
- You have strong interpersonal skills and enjoy working with diverse groups of people.
You have considerable knowledge of conservation and the principles of adaptive management. You
have a desire to improvement conservation actions and impact both at KWT and within the broader
We are looking for someone who is willing to take responsibility and show courage and
integrity. If you feel this is the role for you then we look forward to hearing from you.
Kent Wildlife Trust is the leading wildlife charity for Kent and Medway,
supported by its members and staffed by committed professionals. Join our team and help us
create a Wilder Kent! In return we will inspire you, listen to you, value you, treat you
equally and fairly, look after your health and wellbeing and encourage flexibility from day
one, enabling you to draw on these benefits to be a better, happier and more productive you.
For an application pack please visit our website.
The Kent Wildlife Trust Group is Wild About Inclusion. To us, this means inspiring,
empowering and engaging people from all backgrounds, cultures, identities and abilities, to
change the natural world for the better.
It also means cultivating inclusive workspaces that are free from discrimination, where
differences are celebrated, everyone can be themselves and flourish, just like nature!
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