Current vacancies





£25,000 to £28,000 pa – 12 Months, Full Time Fixed Term Contract

Wandle Valley, South London

Closing date for applications: 13 November 2017

Interview date:  20 November 2017

Freelance consultants, payee, secondment opportunities welcome to apply 


Bringing the Park to Life – From Vision to Delivery

The role of Wandle Valley Project manager has been created through funding from the HLF and partners to oversee the smooth running of the project over 12 months and to work with and support the part time CEO.

  • You will work with the CEO, Board of Trustees, Wandle Stakeholders and external consultants to ensure the smooth running and efficiency of the HLF resilience project undertaken by the Trust for 12 months.
  • You will undertake engagement and consultation with our stakeholders, partners, and the wider Wandle Valley community, alongside and in support of the external consultants, through our Pan London shared learning events and seminars.
  • You will also have responsibility for the setting up of our 12-month pilot volunteer Wandle Rangers programme. Consisting of 12 volunteers one day a week for a 12-month period.

If you think you have the key skills to fulfil this exciting new role, please read the job advert and download the job description.


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£28,000 pa – 14 Months, Full Time Fixed Term Contract

Wandle Valley, South London

Closing date for applications: 23 October 2017

Interview date:  30 October 2017


Co-ordinate, collaborate and communicate an exciting new venture                                           

The Wandle Valley Regional Park Trust (WVRPT) was established in 2013 to provide the vision, leadership, co-ordination and resources to create a new regional park along the River Wandle in South London over the next ten years.

The Get Active Wandle Valley programme is funded through the Sport England Community Sport Activation Fund.

This unique project has brought together partners from four local authority areas as well as the National Trust, with representation from both leisure and public health sectors to deliver a 3-year programme focusing on parks and public health from January 2016 – December 2018.

Our exciting venture represents an excellent opportunity for an experienced, enthusiastic, motivated, results-driven Project Co-ordinator to lead delivery of our Get Active Wandle Valley programme for the remainder of the projects life.

This is a fabulous chance to be involved in a truly iconic project and we would ideally want our new Project Co-ordinator to start at the beginning of November 2017.

If you believe you have the essential requirements for this position and you share our vision and excitement about developing a new Regional Park for London find out more by reading the job advert and job description.


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Please also see our volunteering pages