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The Renewal Trust
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No day is ever the same at The Renewal Trust, so when you work with us you will help support us with our varied programme of activities, events and services.

Working at the Renewal Trust

You will work alongside a small team of passionate colleagues who work together to support each other and the communities we work with. We strive to always be kind, be inclusive, be curious, be creative, be determined and be our best.

We value our staff and offer hybrid and flexible working where possible and all our staff are eligible to join our designated Stakeholder Pension Scheme – The People’s Pension.


We nurture happier, healthier and more connected local communities, by working together sharing our knowledge, expertise, and relationships.


By working closely with communities in St Ann’s, Sneinton and Mapperley we develop meaningful relationships and partnerships. We co-create an environment for communities where they can make things happen.

We explore opportunities and unlock potential through employability, wellbeing, places and spaces, community activities and grants. We celebrate communities through storytelling and activities. Striving to be inclusive and accessible we use clear communication so all feel welcomed and can take part.

We created Hungerhill Trading to help fund our activities and Hungerhill Developments to manage St Ann’s Allotments. They also provide spaces and opportunities for communities to connect, share and learn.

Current vacancies

Project Officer 

Hours: 14 hours a week over two days (Monday & Friday) - Fixed term until March 2025.

If you are passionate about green spaces, conservation and rehabilitation, we would love for you to join us on this exciting project in a truly unique location.

We are seeking a dedicated and experienced Project Worker to support individuals on probation to participate conservation activities on the Grade 2* listed St Ann’s Allotments in the heart of Nottingham. The ideal person will have a passion for both environmental conservation and rehabilitation, committed to helping individuals reintegrate into society.

The role will be wide ranging from helping to identify suitable candidates for the programme, developing projects and providing guidance and instruction on conservation techniques and safety procedures, to monitoring attendance, progress and ensuring best practice is followed.

This position offers a unique opportunity to make a positive impact on both individuals and the environment and to support personal growth, teamwork and community engagement. If you are passionate about green spaces, conservation and rehabilitation, we would love for you to join us on this exciting project.

Salary: £23,400 pro rata (full time equivalent)

Closing date: Friday 31 May 2024

Interviews: taking place throughout May

To apply, please complete the application form confirming how you fit the person specification and why you would like to work with us.

We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are underrepresented within the organisation.

Job Description 

Person Specification

Application form 

Send your completed application form to Kylie Walton.


Post: The Renewal Trust, 27-31 Carlton Road, NG3 2DG

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