As The Carbon Literacy Project scales up, we expect paid positions to become available more often and we will advertise them on this page.
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Closing date: 9am on Friday 3 September 2021
Based: Sussex – Ideally the successful applicant will be able to travel to visit all colleges and will combine on-site and homeworking, however, a fully remote working option is available.
Salary: £32,755 per annum
Contract Type: Fixed term until 8 April 2022, full-time post working 37 hours per week.
BHASVIC is seeking to appoint a Project Manager to lead on an exciting venture to embed Carbon Literacy across Sussex colleges. The successful applicant will work across 8 colleges, with individual college coordinators, to ensure that the project successfully delivers its aims.
FE Sussex has been successful with a £7m Green themed project to improve industry, technology and skills locally in collaboration with the chambers of commerce. £200k of this funding is earmarked for embedding Carbon Literacy across FE Sussex colleges and BHASVIC will be leading on this particular collaborative project. This is an opportunity to lead on this agenda nationally as well as locally.
The Carbon Literacy Project element provides an overarching umbrella to the other green-related collaborative projects within this bid (that focus on Electric Vehicles, Alternative Energy, Decarbonisation and Net Zero agenda) to build the foundations for individuals to understand the science behind climate change and the need for sustainability to complement their courses, learning and skills development.
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From time-to-time, we advertise positions that are available in our wider circle of business and organisational contacts, and are relevant to The Carbon Literacy Project, e.g. roles where Carbon Literacy is part of the role, listed as a criterion, or specific Carbon Literacy roles within your workplace.
Opportunities are listed as they become available.
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