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RECRUITING: NFM Project Manager

The Trent Rivers Trust

is looking for a

NFM Project Manager

The deadline for this role has now been extended to

Monday 18th October at midday

TRT leads the scoping and delivery of Natural Flood Management projects across the Trent catchment. We need someone with a passion for working with nature to achieve many environmental benefits, who has a flair for partnership working and can thrive in a dynamic working environment. Applicants will have experience of natural flood management, have proven exceptional project management skills and an ability to use their technical knowledge to scope, manage and monitor environmental projects across the Trent catchment.

Starting salary £28,258 FTE

For more information about the role please view the Full Job Description HERE

Applicants wishing to apply for the post must complete the application form HERE and forward this to before the closing date

Closing date for applications: midday Monday 18th October 2021

CVs and other forms of application will not be accepted.

No agency applications, please.

If you have any questions about the role, please contact


TRT Welcomes New Chief Executive, Matt Easter

Matt Easter is the new Chief Executive of The Trent Rivers Trust. He takes up the role on 6 May 2020.

Joining the Trust Matt continues a career of over 20 years working in environmental sustainability. Most recently Sustrans’ Midlands and East Director he has considerable experience working and leading in the charitable sector.

The appointment of The Trent Rivers Trust’s first full time CEO reflects our recent growth and successes. Outgoing CEO Chloe Palmer led the Trust for nearly 8 years, expanding our work, impact and team, bringing huge benefits for the Trent’s rivers, streams and wetlands.


TRT welcomes Gail Pickles as Engagement Officer

The Trent Rivers Trust has appointed Gail Pickles to a newly-created role of Engagement Officer.

Gail, a water ecologist and health and wellbeing practitioner, will support TRT’s work to improve water quality by working with local people and businesses to think and engage with their rivers differently.

The aim is to help foster valuable connections with the urban river environment to ultimately improve the rivers and bring wellbeing benefits too.