Impact and Partnership Development Officer - National Trust
Environment and Sustainability Institute
Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK
Office hours: Wednesdays & Thursdays 8am to 6pm
Wednesdays & Thursdays 8am to 6pm
Chloe is the Impact and Partnership Development Officer for the University's strategic Partnership with the National Trust.It is the mission of the partnership to realise Exeter and the Trust’s collective ambition and potential to transform land-use and our interactions with nature; helping ensure that nature, beauty, and history are for everyone forever.
Chloe works with colleagues at the University and the Trust to provide comprehensive administrative and delivery support to ensure the partnership meets its ambition via well-developed workplans across the three themes of people and nature, landscape change, and multiple benefits from land. The partnership is being developed through activities to build relationships and experience of codeveloping projects between National Trust and Exeter staff. These include workshops, joint research bids and projects, knowledge exchange and impact activities, and staff and student development opportunities.
Chloe has a background in low carbon technologies and environmental consultancy, having co-ordinated projects across a range of disciplines, working with enterprises, governement departments and academic colleagues. Alongside her University role, Chloe owns and manages a smallholding and market garden, bringing fresh, seasonal food to her community whilst managing for biodiversity and sustainability. Prior to her role as IPDO, Chloe was the Project Coordinator for the £8m Smartline Project, which was part funded by ERDF. Having worked across the private and public sectors, Chloe has experience across procurement, finance, communications, recruitment, knowledge exchange and partnership management.