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Do you want to join us in creating sustainable coasts and oceans for future generations?

Established in 2000, Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum (PCF) is a multi-award-winning social enterprise based in Pembrokeshire. As a Community Interest Company, we inspire, collaborate and deliver solutions for sustainable coastal communities.

Marine Energy Wales (MEW) is a longstanding PCF programme, bringing together technology developers, the supply chain, academia and the public sector to establish Wales as a global leader in sustainable marine energy generation. MEW’s vision is to create a thriving and diverse emerging offshore renewables industry in Wales, making a significant contribution to a low carbon economy. We do this through support of the sector, participation in projects and in an advisory role. The MEW remit includes tidal stream, wave, tidal range and floating offshore wind (FLOW) technologies and project interests.

This role is responsible for ensuring the delivery of the Floating Offshore Wind (FLOW) priority area of the MEW programme. Given the increasing opportunity associated with FLOW in the Celtic Sea this role will:

  • Provide a dedicated interface to FLOW technology and site developer members of MEW
  • Support the Celtic Sea Developers Alliance (CSDA). Promoting the opportunity in the Celtic Sea for the growth of floating offshore wind to support the UK’s drive towards Net Zero. Political and sector engagement and driving cross-sector and cross-border collaboration.
  • Support the Celtic Sea Cluster (CSC). Working with Welsh Government to collaborate with the Southwest region to spearhead a market for floating wind in the Celtic Sea by promoting the opportunity to supply chain and infrastructure operators.
  • Facilitate wider collaboration/opportunity development.

Consultancy working/ Job share/ Remote working is considered for this role. We welcome an informal discussion, please contact James Dyer:

Our values are important to us and we expect them to be important to you:

  • Sustainability – we only work on projects that contribute to our vision. For us this means a healthy and resilient community with a thriving coastal economy, living in harmony with natural resources.
  • Collaboration – we recognise stakeholder engagement and working in partnership are critical to success. Everything we do is achieved with others.
  • Passion – we are passionate about making a difference; to the sustainability of coasts, oceans and communities.
  • Flexibility – we provide flexibility for our customers and our team and to adapt to the challenges and opportunities facing our coasts.
  • Reliability – we have been achieving results with our partners since 2000, consistently delivering positive impact and sharing best practice, often from projects originated in Pembrokeshire

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Interested? Well, here’s a little more about us….

This is an excellent opportunity to be part of an exciting innovative Community Interest Company based in the UK’s only coastal National Park. Join our team of likeminded passionate people working on coastal sustainability.

Bring along your ideas and innovations, help deliver award winning outcomes, and make a genuine change to local and wider society. With benefits including healthcare, highly competitive pension, flexible working policy and a fresh forward-thinking business ethos, we pride ourselves on being an attractive and a fair play Chwarae Teg employer.

Salary: £28,000 (depending on experience)

Application Deadline: Monday 7 March 12 noon

Start Date: ASAP

Currently home working.

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To apply for this position please complete and return the application form along with the equal opportunities form to James Dyer –