Location: The Florence Institute Trust (The Florrie) Dingle, Liverpool 8
Project Title: Community Garden
When: Commence November 2019 – March 2020 (Garden Opening on 1st April 2020)
Fee: Circa £5,000 net (one off fee)
Lead Contact: CEO – Anne Lundon
Overview of project:
The Florrie require an experienced project manager to oversee our exciting new plans to develop our community garden. This is a one off project with a strict 4 month timeline for completion. You will have extensive horticultural experience with a proven track record of landscaping management experience from moving a project idea and plan to implementation through to completion, covering all aspects of hard and soft landscaping including (but not limited to) installing new gates, new paving, defining designated areas for reflection, picnicking, growing, seeding, performance areas and relaxing spaces.
You must be able to deliver our plans within budget and have experience of sourcing materials and sub contractors to carry out any hard landscaping or other works. Project management must also include involving local community members, groups and schools to develop a plan for maintaining the garden once completed. If you are genuinely excited about turning these plans into a reality and create a lasting legacy for the L8 community then this is the job for you.
How to apply:
Please send an CV and no more than 2 sides of A4 outlining your experience and why you are suitable for this role and two professional reference contacts to: Anne Lundon CEO firstname.lastname@example.org by midday on Monday 7th October 2019
This post is funded through Liverpool City Council S106 funding
This brief identifies key responsibilities and requirements and is not an exhaustive list of tasks that need to be completed. The Florence Institute reserves the right to amend the brief/job description as the role develops and in accordance with funder requirements.Back to blog