Job: Sniffer seeks an experienced project manager

16th April 2020

In collaboration with Creative Carbon Scotland and supported by EIT Climate-KIC, Sniffer/Climate Ready Clyde wishes to appoint an experienced project manager.

The project manager will support us in the development of Clyde Re:builta transformative adaptation strategy and plan for the Glasgow City Region, home to one third of the Scottish population. 

This is a high-profile, collaborative project with a focus on climate resilience requiring an appropriately qualified and experienced project manager to deftly support an on-time, on-budget and impactful delivery. The postholder will be based from home initially (until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted) and then co-located in Glasgow and Edinburgh with frequent travel between the two.

This project is funded by EIT Climate-KIC, a European Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC), supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy.

Deadline for applications: midnight, Friday 24th April

Online interviews for shortlisted aplicants will be held on Thursday 30th April.

For more information and details of how to apply, please visit the vacancy page on Sniffer.

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