We are living through a climate emergency, where our actions and behaviours are having a devastating impact on the planet. ReLondon (formerly the London Waste and Recycling Board) is a partnership of the Mayor of London and the London boroughs to transform the city into a low carbon circular economy and make London a global leader in sustainable ways to live, work and prosper – by revolutionising our relationship with stuff and helping London waste less and reuse, repair, share and recycle more and thereby reduce consumption-based CO2e emissions.
We have two positions for suitably skilled and passionate individuals to help deliver on our ambitious plans.
Project Manager (CIRCuIT Programme)
Grade 7: £49,632 - £54,818
Closing date 7 February 2022
This role sits within the Business and Sector Support team and is part of the CIRCuIT project, an EU Horizon 2020 funded partnership programme in which London, along with Copenhagen, Hamburg and Vantaa, are working together to increase the use of circular practices in the built environment.
Working with a small team from across the organisation you will scope, lead and coordinate the activities of all London-based partners. You will also be involved in the delivery of some of the project activities, including the development of policy recommendations and case studies and the coordination of nine London-based circular construction demonstrators.
This is an exciting role to become immersed in the world of circular construction and build connections across London and Europe.
Business Engagement Officer (12 month Maternity Cover)
Grade 6: £44,117 - £ 48,728
Closing date 3 February 2022
The Business Engagement Lead will be the first contact for new SMEs applying to our programme of support, and will drive engagement activities to keep warm our relationship with these businesses as they grow. You will lead on events and communications for the programme, and nurture relationships and communications with key partners to promote our work. You’ll be a great networker with a strong drive to foster partnerships. You’ve ideally worked with SMEs before, and are looking to contribute your expertise to a mission that you really believe in.
To be successful you will have proven ability in business development and engagement activities and the ability to foster and cultivate long-lasting relationships. You will have excellent stakeholder management, networking and entrepreneurial skills. An understanding of the concepts and application of Circular Economy principles and of key sustainability issues and how they link to business is desirable.
London’s diversity is its biggest asset, and we wish to ensure our workforce reflects that diversity at all levels. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability, and actively encourage applications from BAME individuals who are currently under-represented in our organisation.
No agencies please.