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Edinburgh Nature Network Manager

Salary Circa £28,000-£30,000 per annum 
Location Leith, with some travel within Edinburgh
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Status: Full Time, Fixed Term for 10 months (Maternity Cover) 

Closing date: 12th June 2023 


About us: 

For nearly 60 years, the Scottish Wildlife Trust has worked with its members, partners and supporters in pursuit of its vision of healthy, resilient ecosystems across Scotland’s land and seas. The Trust successfully champions the cause of wildlife through policy and campaigning work, demonstrates best practice through practical conservation and innovative partnerships, and inspires people to take positive action through its education and engagement activities. It also manages a network of over 100 wildlife reserves across Scotland and is a member of the UK-wide Wildlife Trusts movement. 


The Role: 

We’re looking for a Nature Network Manager to support the development of Edinburgh Nature Network (ENN), improving its impact through coordinated delivery. ENN is delivered by a working group of Edinburgh Living Landscape, whose secretariat is provided by Scottish Wildlife Trust. 


Main Duties:  

  • Finish the development of Edinburgh Nature Network (ENN) 

  • Promote and report on the use of ENN within Edinburgh Living Landscape and beyond 

  • Be an advocate for ENN and Scottish Wildlife Trust 


The successful candidate will ideally: 

• Be proficient in MS Excel, including use of functions for data analysis 
• Have demonstrable experience of collating information from a range of stakeholders into a coherent narrative 
• Have demonstrable experience producing written materials in different formats as appropriate to a range of audiences 
• Have a working knowledge of ecological restoration and management in an urban context 
• Be proficient in GIS, specifically ArcGIS version 10 or above and ArcGIS Online including StoryMaps and surveys 
• Be organised and self-sufficient with a proven track record of delivering work to a high standard 
• Have the ability to use digital collaboration platforms to co-develop work 
• Experience using reporting feedback mechanisms to inform relevant parties of progress 
• Be comfortable working with a range of interest groups in a fast-paced, dynamic environment 
• Highly self-motivated and capable of independent working 


What we offer: 

· Salary sacrifice schemes including Cycle to Work & Pension schemes. 

· We have always been hugely flexible in our approach to how you wish to work and continue to offer a flexible approach. 

· One Wellness Hour per week 

· Enhanced Pension rate upon completion of probation 

· Sick Pay Allowance 

· Enhanced Maternity/ Paternity Leave 

· Training and Development 


The Trust is a passionate employer, proactive about creating a culture of diversity and inclusive workplace that promotes and values equal opportunities for all. We welcome individuals from all networks of life, backgrounds, and experiences. 



Over the last 50 years, the Scottish Wildlife Trust has established itself as a leader in nature conservation in Scotland, made possible thanks to the hard work and dedication of our staff, trustees, and ambassadors.


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