Join Britain’s biggest walking charity to help more people enjoy the benefits of walking. This is an exciting time to join the Ramblers team and a great opportunity to make a lasting and tangible impact on the future success of the charity.
Purpose of Role:
Paths to Wellbeing is a significant project which goes to the heart of the Ramblers’ charitable objectives and our strategic aim of seeing ‘walking at the heart of communities’. This collaborative project, involving internal and external stakeholders, is focused, pan Wales, across 6 regions. The project will facilitate community volunteering to enhance local green spaces, nature and access, in partnership with local authorities, environmental NGO’s and local communities in line with strategic plans and business objectives of partners and Ramblers Cymru.
To lead a team of 3 x Regional Officers to deliver Ramblers Cymru’s Paths to Wellbeing Project across North & Mid Wales or South & West Wales. The project will facilitate community volunteering to enhance local green spaces, nature, and access in partnership with local authorities, environmental NGOs, and local communities in line with the strategic plans and business objectives of partners and Ramblers Cymru.
It would be desirable to have experience of engaging either families/young people and or environmental conservation
The Ramblers are an equal opportunities employer. We promote diversity and warmly welcome applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community.
The role profile (job description and person specification) can be found here: Job Pack Team Leader Paths to Wellbeing
Please send us your CV and cover letter along with a completed EO form (Here) to email@example.com by 7th June 2021.
This post is fully funded through the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the Welsh Government and the European Union.
“Ariennir y swydd hon yn rhannol drwy Gymunedau Gwledig Llywodraeth Cymru - Rhaglen Datblygu Gwledig Cymru 2014-2020 a gyllidwyd gan Lywodraeth Cymru a’r Undeb Ewropeaidd.