Salary: £34,804 to £40,322 p/a
Closing Date: Friday, 14 May 2021
The University of Hull is operating in an increasingly complex, challenging and competitive environment.
We have therefore developed a renewed, ambitious and distinctive vision for the University – to shape a fairer, brighter, carbon-neutral future for all. That vision gives us a shared sense of purpose and direction, and something we can be all be proud to be a part of.
As a part of this, we have committed to becoming the first University in the country to become Carbon Neutral, in time for our centenary year in 2027.
Our values – inclusive, empowering and progressive reflect who we are and how we work to create a culture for success, as we continue to evolve to ensure that we adapt at pace to meet the needs of our students, collaborators and partners.
The Sustainability & Environmental Manager is a critical role in the Estates and Facilities Directorate, providing leadership and direction for all matters relating to the strategic and operational delivery across the Sustainability programme, set within an Estates & Facilities context.
It is an exciting time for the team, as we drive improvements in compliance, efficiency, customer service and performance as well as creating the opportunity to gain competitive advantages through our activity-underpinned by a significant investment in the Estate in conjunction with a full modernisation programme across the team’s systems and processes. The post holder will also play a critical role in the successful achievement of our stated ambition of becoming the first truly Carbon Neutral University in the UK, by 2027.
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Estates, the Sustainability & Environmental Manager will be an experienced, motivated, proven professional with expertise in leading and driving change from a Sustainability stand point.
The postholder will lead a team of 5 (4 fte) and will have experience in being a key part of a large Estates and Facilities Directorate senior management team. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate significant experience and a high level of skill in the development of sustainability strategies and delivery of associated physical and behavioral change management projects and have a detailed understanding of relevant legislation, policy, guidance and funding sources.
Specifically, the postholder will:
For an informal discussion regarding this post, please contact Paul Riley, Assistant Director of Estates, at firstname.lastname@example.org