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Project Coordinator Living Streets - Sheffield - Living Streets

Salary range: £26,519 - £33,513 per annum

Location: Sheffield City Region

Hours: 35 hours per week

Contract: Fixed term contract until 31 March 2020

Closing date: 31 May 2019 (4pm)

Interview date: 11 June 2019

Interview Location: Sheffield City Center

Please send your application quoting reference Project Coordinator-Sheffield to

If the candidate pack is required in an alternative format please contact Living Streets at or 020 7377 4900.

Strictly no agencies. 

CVs will not be accepted.

Living Streets wants to create a walking nation, where everybody has the chance to gain from the health and social benefits this simple act can bring. Walking is also a vital ingredient of successful communities. Walkable towns and cities are often more vibrant socially and economically. Living Streets manages innovative national projects, working with schools, communities and workplaces to encourage more people to walk short journeys. WOW, our year-round walk to school challenge, is perhaps the most notable, capturing the imagination of children in over 3,000 schools. We work with local authorities to help them improve streets and neighbourhoods. And with our supporters we campaign for positive change and public policies that enliven our streets.

Join us and together we will create a walking nation.

We’re looking for an enthusiastic and personable project coordinator to join our Local Impact team for a fixed term period until 31 March 2020. Previous experience in working with schools to promote active travel is essential. You will take a leading role in engaging target project audiences in Sheffield City Region.

You also will be responsible for recruiting target project audiences, assisting schools in finding alternative funding, organising the distribution of resources and supporting project audiences in the implementation of each intervention.

This is an interesting and varied role and an ability to embrace a diversity of tasks is essential.

Technical Coordinators, Cardiff and Edinburgh

Salary range: £26,519 to £33,513 per annum

Location: 1 post Cardiff, 1 post Edinburgh

Hours: 35 hours per week

Contract: Permanent (subject to funding)

Closing date: 9.00am, 28 May 2019

Interview date for Cardiff post: TBC

Interview date for Edinburgh post: 4 June 2019

Please send your application quoting reference Technical Coordinator to

If the candidate pack is required in an alternative format please contact Living Streets at or 020 7377 4900.

Strictly no agencies. 

CVs will not be accepte

Sustainable Transport Co-ordinator - Salford

Salford City Council
Salford Civic Centre
Chorley Road
Swinton, M27 5BN

Sustainable Transport Co-ordinator
Working Hours: 36 Hours per week
Grade: 3C, £29,636 - £32,029
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 31st May

The link for the vacancy is:

Discoveries on your Doorstep Project Officer - North Yorkshire

Part-time - 21 hours per week | Fixed term for 12 months
| £25,523 (pro rata), 8% pension contribution, Paycare Health Plan  
| Northallerton (with occasional base elsewhere across the project area) 

We’re looking for someone with a background in health and wellbeing and a passion for the natural environment to inspire communities in North Yorkshire to get outdoors and discover nature on their doorstep.

Leading the Discoveries on Your Doorstep project, this role will involve managing the existing programme of walk trails and activities in Scarborough and Selby, and rolling these out in the Harrogate district, to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for local communities.

An interest in addressing the wider determinants of health, an enthusiasm for physical activity, active travel and the natural environment are all important in this role.

You will also need to foster strong networks and partnerships, working effectively as part of the public health team at North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) and with members of the North Yorkshire and York Local Nature Partnership to deliver the project.  

The post will be hosted by Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT) on behalf of NYCC and the North Yorkshire and York Local Nature Partnership.


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