Behavioural Change Project Manager

Closing date for applications: 
25 Jan 2021 - 09:00
Salary: 
£36,000
Location: 
Banbury or Home-Based
Job reference code: 
SE-CM-05
At WRAP we are trying to change the world. We’re experts in making the world a cleaner, longer lasting place – and we’re on a mission to ensure that we use our resources sustainably.
 
We work with businesses, governments and consumers around the world on ambitious and imaginative projects to achieve this.  We have a number of recognised citizen facing behaviour change brands and campaigns, including Love Food Hate Waste, Clear on Plastics and Recycle Now.
 
We are looking for a Behavioural Change Project Manager who will work with partners to deliver our citizen engagement work on plastics including encouraging them to get involved with and support our Clear on Plastics campaign. You’ll be an integral part of the campaign team and will act to facilitate communications about the campaign development internally across WRAP teams and externally sharing both knowledge and insights.
The successful candidate will further develop and deliver our partner engagement strategy and implementation plan. You’ll identify new partners and develop and support innovative and strategic partnerships with local authorities, educational establishments, charities and NGOs and businesses (in particular the UK Plastics Pact members, supporters, followers and associate members).
 
You’ll be to be able to demonstrate that you have excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills and that you have experience of developing successful alliances and partnerships with other organisations. 
You’ll have the confidence to approach new potential partners and the persuasive powers to get them to join our cause, as well as the ability to nurture existing relationships and provide advice and support to partners to meet delivery of key objectives.
 
Ideally, you’ll have a knowledge of issues relating to sustainability and previous experience of working with partners such as local authorities, retailers and/ or brands.
 
This is a 6-month fixed term contract until the end of July 2021 and a full-time role.  Please refer to the job description below for further details about what the role entails and the job essentials.
WRAP welcomes applications from suitably qualified applicants, regardless of religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital status, disability or race.
 
To apply, please complete an application form and email to jobs@wrap.org.uk, enclosing your CV. 
 
Interviews will be held virtually in the week commencing 25th January.
 
WRAP has achieved ISO9001:2015 certification for our design, development, management and delivery of programmes and projects which provide resource sustainable solutions.