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"NORTH YORK MOORS NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY

Director (Polyhalite Projects)

£50k- £55k pa with potential progression to £60k

The North York Moors National Park is one of the most beautiful landscapes in the UK with 23,000 residents and 7.6 million visitors per year. Our purposes are to ensure that the North York Moors retains its special qualities and to help the public enjoy and understand them. We need high quality people to help us do this.

This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a skilled and ambitious project Director. You’ll be responsible for delivering a series of projects of significant environmental and economic value, demonstrating how a major development can be managed in a protected landscape to become an environmental exemplar.

Sirius Minerals have planning permission for a ground breaking project to build and operate the world’s largest Polyhalite mine at a site near Whitby.

Part of the permission embodies a Section 106 agreement that provides long term funding for the National Park Authority to enable us to work with communities adjacent to the mine, manage the planning aspects of the construction phase and carry out a wide range of practical actions in relation to the environment and tourism to mitigate the effects of the development.

As Director you will have a small team to work with and will be responsible for putting in place a co-ordinated approach to the Section 106 agreement across the Authority’s functions. You’ll need to have some great skills and be able to demonstrate to us your;

  • Outstanding project management skills;
  • Ability to deliver on the ground on time and on budget;
  • Commitment to working constructively with people;
  • Enthusiasm for National Parks and what makes them special.

You’ll find that you are working with skilled, dedicated and supportive colleagues; and there will be chance to take advantage of our excellent personal development and flexible working opportunities.

The National Park and surrounding area is a superb place to live and work with excellent schools and good access to main transportation links. The post is based at the Authority’s Headquarters in the attractive town of Helmsley (market town of the year 2016).

If you want to know more about the Sirius Minerals development and the Section 106 agreement, please have a look at our website.

Please feel free to give Andy Wilson, our CEO, a call for an informal discussion on 01439 772700.

Application forms and full details are on our website via the button below.

Closing date: 9am on Friday 6 January 2017.

Short listing is scheduled for 10am on Tuesday 10 January 2017.

Interviews will take place on the afternoon and evening of 26 January 2017 and all day on Friday 27 January 2017.

Shortlisted candidates will need to be available on both days."

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Further Vacancies: http://www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/about-us/job-vacancies read on this page

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Head of Education and Youth Engagement (The Moors National Park Centre, Danby)

We are really excited about this job – we already have a brilliant Education team and have decided to widen the scope of this role to develop our work on engaging with young people.We engage directly with around 14,000 young people each year and our Education team gets fantastic feedback from the schools that come to the National Park and take part in learning outside the classroom with us.Now though, with new national initiatives and additional investment, we have an opportunity to widen our activities and engage with more young people in different ways, as well as through formal education.  We are looking for a skilled and inspiring person to lead the team. The role will involve a mix of managing and developing the service we already provide and initiating new opportunities for engaging with more young people in creative and innovative ways.

Salary:  £27.4 - £30K with potential progression to £34k
Closing date:  Wed, 21 Dec 2016

Caretaker - Helmsley (part-time)

We're looking for someone with practical skills and a cheerful willingness to get ‘stuck in’ to do whatever is needed during our busy times. You will be responsible for the security of the building including opening up by 7.30am each morning, daily checking and refuelling of pool cars and making sure the vehicles are maintained in a clean and tidy condition along with ensuring the general upkeep of the building/car park and grounds. If you are comfortable working on your own or as part of a small team and enjoy dealing with the public, then we would like to hear from you.

Salary:  £8.39 - £8.90/hour for 15 hours/week
Closing date:  Fri, 23 Dec 2016

Senior Archaeologist

Following the retirement of our senior archaeologist, we are looking for a new person to help us drive forward this area of work. This is a fantastic time to lead archaeological work in the North York Moors. We have one of the highest densities of Scheduled Monuments in England and 1000s of other non-designated sites. Other highlights include; two active HLF Landscape Partnership Schemes both of which have exciting cultural heritage elements; delivering our third Historic England funded MMS. a new Business Plan with exciting plans for engaging people with our wonderful cultural heritage.

Salary:  £27,394 to £30,480 with potential progression to £34,196
Closing date:  Thu, 26 Jan 2017

Senior Minerals Planner

This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a skilled and experienced mineral planner. Sirius Minerals have planning permission for a world class project to build and operate a new Polyhalite mine at a site near Whitby. Working to the Project Director, you’ll be responsible for leading our input into the development management service that will deal with planning and condition discharge applications, check compliance with plans and manage any issues arising from this. As the lead planner, you’ll need to have some great skills and be able to demonstrate to us your; Experience in dealing with major applications; Ability to deliver on the ground on time and on budget; Experience of working with communities on contentious projects; Enthusiasm for protected landscapes and what makes them special.

Salary:  £32 - £36k pa with potential progression to £40k
Closing date:  Wed, 04 Jan 2017

Volunteer Service Assistant

We have a fantastic opportunity for the right person to get involved in our thriving Volunteer Service. You will need to have plenty of enthusiasm for working with volunteers as well as being a central point of contact and support for volunteers, potential volunteers and staff.

Salary:  £8.39 - £8.90 per hour for 22.5 hours
Closing date:  Wed, 21 Dec 2016

Director (Polyhalite Projects)

This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a skilled and ambitious project Director. You’ll be responsible for delivering a series of projects of significant environmental and economic value, demonstrating how a major development can be managed in a protected landscape to become an environmental exemplar. Sirius Minerals have planning permission for a ground breaking project to build and operate the world’s largest Polyhalite mine at a site near Whitby. Part of the permission embodies a Section 106 agreement that provides long term funding for the National Park Authority to enable us to work with communities adjacent to the mine, manage the planning aspects of the construction phase and carry out a wide range of practical actions in relation to the environment and tourism to mitigate the effects of the development. As Director you will have a small team to work with and will be responsible for putting in place a coordinated approach to the Section 106 agreement across the Authority’s functions. You’ll need to have some great skills and be able to demonstrate to us your; • Outstanding project management skills; • Ability to deliver on the ground on time and on budget; • Commitment to working constructively with people; • Enthusiasm for National Parks and what makes them special.

Salary:  £50 - £55k with potential progression to £60k
Closing date:  Fri, 06 Jan 2017"

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