Listed below are current job opportunities with The Green Team:

Business Development Manager Date Posted: 16/07/2019

Closing date: 5pm, 5th August 2019
Interview date: 15th August 2019

Salary: £33, 381 pro rata. 28 hours a week, flexible working, occasional evening and weekend work

Application notes:
Please download an application form and return it to by the closing date (5pm, 5th August 2019)

The Business Development Manager will play a key role in improving the sustainability and financial stability of the Green Team through broadening income streams, developing partnerships, raising organisational profile and demonstrating lasting impact.

We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic individual with a proven track record who can build on the strong brand, aspirations and values of the Green Team to create new opportunities for developing the long-term sustainability of the organisation. You will identify, generate and grow charitable income to maintain service delivery and development in line with our strategic objectives.

As a member of a small staff team you will take an active role in all aspects of the organisation to ensure quality services are delivered. The postholder will need to develop a thorough understanding of the ethos and aims of the Green Team, our programmes, services and strategic developments.

Stakeholder pension with 5% employer contribution. 25 days holiday pro rata.

Business Development Manager job description

Business Development Manager Application Form

Organisation profile:
The Green Team delivers high impact and life-changing opportunities through active outdoor learning, environmental volunteering and therapeutic connection to nature. We provide opportunities for children and young people to take part in a range of programmes, discovering and exploring the countryside, learning about the natural environment and their place in it, developing new skills and making improvements for the benefit of wildlife and people.

All programmes involve practical conservation work such as tree planting or path improvements and a range of environmental activities to support learning about the natural environment. The focus of projects is environmental volunteering but other outcomes include physical activity, team work and the development of practical and social skills. 75% of our work is with young people who are experiencing multiple deprivation, disadvantage, lack of opportunity and basic support mechanisms to thrive.