SVP: Meet the team

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The Sherbourne Valley Project

Meet the team

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Project Manager

Providing leadership to the staff team and overseeing the delivery of all sub-projects, ensuring that high quality outcomes are delivered, and the project is effectively managed on time and to budget.


Cultural Heritage Officer

Working collaboratively with colleagues, lead on the cultural heritage themed projects.  Leading on the delivery of Project Plans for Access, Events and Sherbourne Structures.


Natural Heritage Officer

Working collaboratively to ensure that high quality natural heritage outcomes are delivered. Leading on the delivery of Project Plans for Creature Count, Wilder Wetlands and Linking the Landscape.


River Restoration Officer

Working with partner organisations, contractors and local community volunteers this role will deliver transformational enhancements to the river Sherbourne and its associated greenspaces in Coventry.


Communication & Interpretation Officer

Leading on the communication and interpretation projects and supporting colleagues to ensure consistent communications across all project delivery.


Education & Training Officer

Working collaboratively with colleagues and leading on the education and training elements of the project.


Finance & Admin Officer

To provide a high quality, professional support service to the Sherbourne Valley Project team.  Supporting with administration, financial evidence gathering and reporting to the National Lottery Heritage Fund and other funders supporting the project.




To learn hands-on skills and gain work-based experience that could lead to a role within the environmental sector. To work with the SVP team, with partner organisations such as Coventry City Council, Severn Trent or Historic Coventry Trust and with volunteers to help deliver practical projects. To complete the City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Work-Based Environmental Conservation.

Vacant – positions to be advertised in 2023.


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