We’re recruiting! Engagement Officer
6th October 2022
Are you great at developing relationships? Could you clearly articulate the business opportunities of climate action? Do you understand some of the barriers to change? Apply to join our small team as an Engagement Officer for the Climate Action Programme.
About the role
Bristol Green Capital Partnership’s (BGCP) Climate Action Programme was launched in April 2021 to support businesses and organisations across Bristol and the wider region to reduce their carbon emissions, as part of the city’s efforts to tackle the climate crisis.
Building on the success of the first 18 months of the programme, we are now aiming to root the Climate Action Programme in the heart of Bristol’s business district.
Joining Bristol Green Capital Partnership’s small team in this newly created post, the Climate Action Programme Engagement Officer will be responsible for the delivery of the Climate Action Programme, working closely with BGCP’s Communications and Engagement team who will continue to lead and provide direction for the programme.
The successful candidate will have a track record in developing relationships and working with a broad range of stakeholders, engaging businesses to create positive change, project management, measuring impact and successful event facilitation and delivery.
We are looking for someone who can successfully communicate the business opportunities of taking action on climate, ecological and social issues, and understands some of the barriers to making changes.
The Climate Action Programme Engagement Officer will play an important role in maintaining strong, positive stakeholder relationships with project supporters and funders.
How to apply
- An outline of your experience or CV and a cover letter, along with this optional equalities monitoring form to email@example.com with ‘CAP Engagement Officer Application’ in the subject line.
- A completed Equality & Diversity form. We are an equal opportunities employer, and we aim to ensure that no applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, religion, ethnicity or national origin, age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation or disability. To enable us to monitor this, please complete our Equality & Diversity monitoring form and return it with your application. Download the form in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Deadline: 12pm on Monday 31 October 2022.
If you have any questions or would like an informal discussion about the nature of the role, please email us to arrange a call at firstname.lastname@example.org.