New Vacancy: Operations Manager with Cheshire and Wirral Wildlife Trust


Cheshire Wildlife Trust’s area of operation includes South Manchester, Warrington, Halton and Wirral.  The large populations in these areas offers significant opportunity to engage people in nature’s recovery. 

As an Operations Manager you will be responsible for driving forward, managing and coordinating the strategic direction and development of the Trust’s work in North Cheshire.  You will lead the expansion of CWT’s community engagement and urban conservation, building our profile across north Cheshire.

As a committed leader you will identify opportunities to initiate and develop relationships that secure funding and resources to deliver organisational objectives and aspirations.  You will foster strong internal relationships and empower your team to achieve their potential and deliver to a high standard. 

You will facilitate front line delivery through your team of officers, freelancers, trainees and volunteers working in collaboration with other teams within CWT and with partner organisations.    There are significant opportunities to grow membership in your area and you will be expected to work closely with the Fundraising and Communications Team to help realise this potential by helping integrate engagement and fundraising activities.

To succeed in this role you will need to understand nature conservation in the urban environment, be an excellent communicator and have experience in engaging a wide range of audiences, project management and fundraising. 

Application Form –

Job Description –

To apply please email your completed application form to Emma Raine, [email protected] by Monday 22nd April 2019. 

For an informal chat about the role, please contact Martin Varley on 01948 820728.

Closing date: Monday 22 April 2019

Salary: £26.5 – 30k pa (depending on experience) plus pension.

Contract type: Permanent

Working hours: Full time

Location: North of Cheshire, South Manchester, Warrington, Halton and Wirral


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