Sponsorship Assistant Project Manager

March 12, 2023
£27.3 - £31.7 / year

Job Description

Job description

Location : Manchester, England

Sector : Banking

£27,314 – £31,656

About you

Are you able to interact and communicate with persons involved in projects and those who aren’t at every level effectively?

Are you organized and methodical in how you approach your work?
Do you comprehend project management’s guiding principles, resources, and methods?

if so Read on.

In this position, you’ll be heavily utilizing your analytical and reporting skills, and you’ll be comfortable sharing your conclusions with team members.
You will benefit from having knowledge or experience in problem-solving techniques.
Although it is not absolutely necessary, it would be wonderful if you had experience working in the water or environmental industries or on project planning or construction.
Candidates are not required to satisfy every single requirement. We’d love to learn more about you if your experience differs slightly from what we’ve listed and you believe you can contribute to the position.

About The Role

The Environment Department of the Coal Authority is in charge of designing new plans and assisting the operation of more than 75 current mine water treatment plans in order to solve the problems of water pollution from closed coal and metal mines throughout Britain. Three major delivery initiatives are available for locations scattered throughout the formerly coal- and metal-mining regions of England, Wales, and Scotland.

These are crucial positions within the Environment Department Projects Team, assisting and leading on the project management of frequently complex, strategically significant projects that assess, develop, and put into practice intervention strategies (including mine water remediation schemes) to address problems resulting from previous mining activities.

The majority of the sites have some designated areas or features either close to or on-site, and most are typically located in rural areas and sitting with a variety of environmental constraints. Projects typically include a variety of remedial interventions, not least surface water and spoil heap management and both passive and active mine water treatment schemes, and we actively consider and trial novel and emerging technologies.

Please see the attached job description for further details about the position.


Application deadline: Sunday, March 26, 2023

Date of sifting: Monday, March 27, 2023

Interviews will be held on March 31 and April 5, respectively (If

you are unavailable on these interview dates, please make us aware, and we will look at alternative dates)

The Coal Authority’s background

Our advantages

● A market-leading pension plan with a 27% employer contribution rate!

● the option of full-time, part-time, or job-sharing schedules!

● 26-week paid parental leave for adoption or joint custody (subject to qualifying criteria)

● Program for Employee Assistance

● Network Organizations for Diversity

● Allies in Mental Health

● Social and Sports Club for Civil Servants

● employee rebates

● annual checkups

● monthly payment of £15 for well-being

● a system of recognition based on values

● Flexible work schedules that allow employees to tailor their hours to suit their needs and obligations.

● Ample vacation time – 27.5 days of annual leave plus the option to add an additional 6 days on top of the 8 public holidays

● Free parking on-site, tea, coffee, and sodas at the Mansfield office

● Sponsorship and assistance from professionals

● paid-for professional subscriptions

Working together:

We provide a variety of flexible work arrangements, and the following arrangements are typically feasible: job sharing, flexible scheduling, working from home occasionally, and compressed hours. At your interview, feel free to discuss what flexibility means to you.
We firmly think that work-life balance is crucial and are committed to flexible working.

Who we are:

We are a really excellent team to work with here at the Coal Authority. Our passion and dedication to ensuring a better future for people and the environment in mining areas unites us.
We provide a wide range of critical services, such as responding to coal mining risks and preventing mine water pollution for everyone and everything.
The possibilities for the future thrill us. A new sustainable source of renewable energy for the UK is being created thanks to our work. Our goal is to assist the UK achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 by utilizing the energy from mine water heat.
We are a really caring organization where everyone embodies and upholds our core values. We strive to be inclusive, dependable, and forward-thinking in everything we do.

Inclusion, diversity, and equality

For the benefit of our coworkers, customers, and communities, we at TCA promote, support, and thrive on difference rather than simply accepting it. Being an inclusive employer makes us happy. We are dedicated to creating a community that is encouraging, welcoming, kind, and uplifting. Applications from persons with various backgrounds, identities, ethnicities, and beliefs are welcomed.

Our success and creativity depend on diversity, which is also essential to our principles of being dependable, inclusive, and forward-thinking.
We guarantee interviews for candidates who meet the minimal selection requirements and who identify as disabled or coming from a minority ethnic group as part of our commitment to increasing diversity in our workforce.
Contact the team at recruitment@coal.gov.uk or by phone at 01623 637000 if you need any reasonable accommodations or application forms in an alternative format.