Programme Support Officer



Manchester has committed to ‘play its full part in limiting the impacts of climate change and create a healthy, green, socially just city where everyone can thrive.’

It’s vision is for a green city with walkable neighbourhoods, clean air, good jobs in successful businesses, warm homes and affordable energy, safe cycling routes and a public transport system that works for everyone.


The Manchester Climate Change Agency’s ‘In Our Nature’ programme is a £3.5m community climate programme, a flagship of the National Lottery’s Climate Action Fund, involving multiple delivery partners with the aim to engage, empower and enable Manchester’s residents and communities to reduce their carbon footprints and build resilience to climate change.


To support delivery of the In Our Nature programme, we are seeking a Programme Support Officer who will assist with:

-       Co-ordination and administration of the Agency’s programmes of activity.

-       Financial administration and reporting.

-       Planning and management of Agency resources.

-       Implementation of Agency policy, procedures and operations.


The successful candidate will have experience in supporting the management and administration of programmes. They will be familiar with project management and financial processes and possess strong organisational skills and the ability to communicate clearly. They will also need to be comfortable working independently and have a passion for working to deliver positive action on climate change.


More information can be found in the job description below.


The role will be employed by Manchester City Council and seconded into the Manchester Climate Change Agency. The starting salary is £24,948.

The role requires regular attendance in the Agency’s central Manchester office, with options for hybrid working.  



Please apply for the role at Manchester City Council’s jobs portal.

Applications close on 13 March 2023.

For any questions or an informal conversation about the role, please contact