Allen & York are delighted to be working on an incredibly exciting, unique and rewarding project in the South East to drive behaviour change and reduce water consumption across the business.
Working for one of the UK's water suppliers and in line with ambitious deadlines, you will be responsible for the overall programme management of the project, managing the budget, a complex range of internal and external stakeholders and the delivery of initiatives that will collectively contribute to reduced water extraction.
A large part of the role will involve engagement with a range of stakeholders including businesses and house builders, through to schools to educate everyone on the environmental benefits of reducing our overall water consumption. As such, you'll be involved in feeding in to and, overseeing the production of materials to drive behaviour change and you'll be heavily involved in driving forward the overall strategy. You'll be required to engage with other water companies and organisations to advance your knowledge and come up with new ways of doing things. As such, you'll be adaptable, versatile and resilient, a self-starter with a positive, can-do attitude and desire to succeed.
Based in the South East, you will be working on a hybrid model (collaboration is a large part of the role so it's important you engage face to face with people) and the role will benefit someone who knows the local environment, particularly the South Downs and who understands the chalk streams. You may well have experience of working in the water sector or in a similar environment. What is essential is that you hold a relevant environmental degree, experience working in the environmental sector, programme/project management experience and a passion to protect the environment. Your communication skills will be excellent, as will your ability to analyse large data sets and extract relevant information.
So if this role sounds right up your street and you'd like to be considered, please submit your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org initially for review.