Job advert: Sustainability Project Manager, David Attenborough Building
11th July 2018
Are you passionate about sustainability and want to have a chance to work on an exciting project in the David Attenborough Building in Cambridge?
The Cambridge Conservation Initiative, Department of Zoology and The University of Cambridge Estate Management Division are looking for a proactive Project Manager to develop a series of clear, concise, and user-friendly sustainability documents. The role entails distilling information from various sources, including reports and stakeholder interviews, into documents for use by occupants of the David Attenborough Building. These documents will inform, inspire and enthuse occupants and visitors about the Building’s sustainable design features and principles, while also providing a clear action plan for sustainability engagement across the Building.
The ideal candidate will have a track record of delivering engaging materials on sustainability, and in securing buy-in from key stakeholders. A competitive daily rate will be offered, depending on experience. It is expected that the work will be carried out remotely, but desk space could be offered in the David Attenborough Building, if required. The successful person will be able to start work as soon as possible. The assignment is likely to require in the region of 20 days of work.
For more information, please see the Terms of Reference below. If you wish to express your interest, please submit 1. Your CV and 2. A covering letter to Jack Foxall, Campus Manager, CCI Services (firstname.lastname@example.org). The covering letter should outline why you would like to carry out this role, how your skills and experience are relevant, and your availability.
The deadline for submission of applications has now closed.