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Id: 9200



Arts Management + Administration


Other Culture + Heritage


Job Title:

Landscape Engagement Manager

Organisation Name:

Art Gene

Organisation URL:


Barrow in Furness, Cumbria - North West


25k pro rata


Part Time

Date Posted:


Closing Date:



Job Description & Person Specification:

Landscape Engagement Manager,

2 year fixed term contract (3 days pro rata).

Based at Art Gene, Barrow in Furness, Cumbria.

The Islands and Bays of Barrow and Furness Coastal Team, in association with Art Gene are seeking a Landscape Engagement Manager, to join our award-winning team. 

The successful candidate will lead on the development of projects focussed on engaging communities in experiencing and understanding the value of and caring for, the landscape and natural environment across the Islands and Bays of Barrow and Furness, in Cumbria. 

The role is central in delivering visionary engagement projects contributing to the case for new infrastructure and environmental improvements which impacts on improved health and well being, in the area. 

This role will be undertaken by an individual who:

Is passionate about the environment and engaging people with their natural heritage;

Has a creative approach to project initiation, management and fundraising with an enthusiasm and ability to engage the public through immersive, unusual consultation events.

The Landscape Engagement Manager, will manage a suite of projects within a collaborative team and will work closely with the new Arts Development & Project Manager, and our wider creative teams.

The Landscape Engagement Manager, will work collaboratively to design, plan, manage, publicise and deliver hands-on engagement activity and events. The role will also involve planning, evaluating, report writing, and contributing individually and as part of a team to on-going fundraising activity to develop new strands of work, with the aim of continuing and growing the role beyond the contract period. 

The Landscape Engagement Manager, will develop a volunteer, friends group working across areas of wildlife value situated between designated nature reserves. These may include gap sites, wastelands and other green coastal areas. 

Bespoke training will be provided by Art Gene and partners Cumbria Wildlife Trust & Natural England. The role will be further supported by our Coastal Team Board with extensive knowledge of the islands, urban landscapes, local heritage and the communities who live across them.

For more information:

Contact Norman Wild.

Links :

Application Procedure

Supply a full C.V. and a letter of application stating how your knowledge and experience, your skills and
abilities will bring added value to the coastal team through The Landscape Engagement Manager role as
specified in this brief.

Email to: by 9 am Monday 27 th Nov 2017

Or post to Art Gene, Bath Street, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria. LA14 5TY

Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by 1st Dec 2017 and invited for interview in Barrow-in-Furness on 6th Dec 2017





Norman Wild





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