LWARB is committed to delivering circular economy in London, one of the most innovative and dynamic cities in the world. The work we do is progressive, systemic and a catalyst for change across the city. We want to help business, government, citizens and communities make the very best use of all materials and resources – and in the process, ensure our capital thrives. We believe this has a significant part to play in tackling climate change and reducing carbon emissions and is integral to creating a sustainable future.
We are looking for two outstanding individuals to join a dynamic and passionate LWARB team. The candidates will need experience of the built environment sector and construction industry so that they can provide technical direction, management and co-ordination for this exciting project.
The project considers circular construction in regenerative cities and focuses on bridging the gap between theory and implementation. The four-year project will explore opportunities for circular construction demonstration projects and mapping of city-wide material flows. Copenhagen, Hamburg, Helsinki region (City of Vantaa) and Greater London have teamed up with partners from the entire built environment value chain to deliver this innovative project. Work streams consider buildings on a city-wide scale in the areas of demolition and reuse, refurbishment and transformation, and principles for designing new circular constructions and future developments. The project will explore other city-wide systems such as governance and planning, material flows and data, and training and knowledge sharing.
Project manager (Grade 7: £47,590 – £52,563, fixed term to 31 May 2023)
The successful candidate will use their experience and network in the built environment sector to encourage and develop circular demonstration projects across London. They will also be responsible for managing the London project partners and LWARB.
Job description: JD LWARB Project Manager – CIRCuIT
Project Co-ordinator (Grade 5: £35,432-£39,208 fixed term to 31 May 2023)
The successful candidate will have strong organisational skills and attention to detail. They will be responsible for co-ordination of the city network and the London project partners as well as co-ordinating with the lead partners in Copenhagen.
Job description: JD LWARB Project Co-ordinator – CIRCuIT
To apply, please send a CV and a covering letter explaining why you would be a suitable candidate and how you meet the essential criteria shown in the job description.
Applications are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9.00am on Monday 7th October. Please include “CIRCuIT Recruitment” in the subject line of your email and specify which of the positions you are applying for.
If you would like an informal discussion about either of these roles, please contact email@example.com.
London’s diversity is its biggest asset and we strive to ensure our workforce reflects London’s diversity at all levels. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.