Sustainabiltiy Champion for Ecology and Biodiversity - University of Warwick

About the Role
The University of Warwick is a vibrant community of over 7,000 staff and over 28,000 students. The Sustainability Champion (Ecology and Biodiversity) is a key role within the Energy and Sustainability team – it provides an opportunity to enact real change at scale and to improve the campus environment for both people and planet. 

About You
You will be working with a wide range of colleagues, collaborating with operational teams, academic researchers, students, professional services and external partners to design and deliver ecology enhancement and biodiversity net gain (BNG) projects across campus.

This role is varied in nature and encompasses elements of project and operations management, data collection and analysis, stakeholder engagement, events, supporting education and research and championing sustainable behaviour change.

The ideal candidate will have a genuine passion for protecting and enhancing spaces for wildlife to thrive. They will have an understanding of habitat management in semi-urban spaces and the challenges associated with people and wildlife living side-by-side. 
They will be able to engage with a wide range of stakeholders, communicate effectively and be an advocate for biodiversity within a complex organisation. They will have the interpersonal skills to work collaboratively to make positive changes to our campus environment, enabling both biodiversity net gain and access to nature for our Warwick community.

About the Department  
The Energy and Sustainability team works with colleagues across the University to deliver Warwick’s ambitious Way to Sustainable strategy. This is an opportunity to join a friendly and dedicated team of passionate people who want to make a real difference, both locally on our campus and beyond. 
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