Environment Bank | Senior Land Manager | 1 North & 1 South East
Are you fed up of the same traditional estate management work everyday? Have you had enough of being pigeon-holed into one aspect of a role you used to love? Would you like a 360 role that will enable you to get involved with a process from start to finish?
What's in it for you?
With remote working at the heart of how Environment Bank operates, a salary up to £55,000, company-based targets and bonuses, up to 6% employer contribution pension scheme, 25 days holiday (excluding bank holidays) plus your birthday and a wellness day, the option to purchase 5 extra days holiday and electric car scheme; It is clear that Environment Bank is committed to employee wellbeing and satisfaction.
Why Environment Bank?
So many rural professionals think of working at an exciting new environmental business. But what about working at one with 17 years of experience in the sector, can offer you fantastic prospects as the company continues to grow and evolve and whose Chairman's work in the sector has had such traction it has been written into UK legislature.
You'll be joining Environment Bank at an ideal time. They've been around for a good few years now; still young enough for each hire to make meaningful change to the team but sizeable enough to offer the support and career development you're looking for in your next move.
National Head of Land, Kerriann McLackland leads from the front, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience from over 20 years in industry in both private and public sector roles. Supported by regional Heads of Land, Tom Mason and Tom Brown
The opportunity to join Kerriann, Tom and Tom as a Senior Land Manager comes from sustained growth of the business and will suit a commercially driven MRICS or FAAV qualified surveyor. However a real interest in environmental land management and biodiversity is key for someone to be successful in this role.
For any further information please call me George Mallender on 07484 007179 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.