The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are advertising for a Chief Executive Officer (CEO). This high profile role will have overall management responsibilities for The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country, providing strong and visible leadership for all Trust staff, volunteers and members. The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and Black Country formed in 1980 from a small group of campaigners who worked to save Moseley Bog from development. It was the first urban Wildlife Trust established in the UK. With 7,500 members, 1,885 volunteers, 19 staff, a strong financial position, and a robust business plan, the Trust looks forward to continuing its leading role in urban nature conservation. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of nature conservation policy and practice, preferably in an urban context. You will have a proven track record of successful leadership and management at a senior level coupled with the ability to get the very best from a motivated team of staff and volunteers. You will also be skilled in raising organisational profile through championing high-level goals to a wide range of decision-makers, opinion formers, funders, media and partner organisations. The salary is £51,250 plus pension. Applications close 12 March 2019. For more information and applications, click here.
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