The Angel, Greater London (On-site)
£32,000 - £35,000 per year + benefits
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

The role of Human Behaviour Change Officer at Dogs Trust offers an exciting opportunity to apply specialist knowledge and skills for one of the UK’s leading charities.

In this role, you will apply human behaviour change methods to design and develop a portfolio of projects for use through internal and external projects at Dogs Trust, working closely with departments across the charity. This will involve applying human behaviour change frameworks into practice, including the translation of behavioural insights and systems thinking and overseeing the application of models and theories.

You will work closely with colleagues in Dogs Trust’s Intervention Development (ID) team and in other departments across the charity to ensure that projects comply with the HBC Team’s project process. You will actively develop your own skills in HBC methodologies and apply the latest science and thinking in the field of human behaviour change to intervention design and delivery.

As an experienced and qualified human behaviour change practitioner, you have translated theory into practice when managing projects from conception to completion and you have knowledge and understanding of a range of human behaviour change models and theories. Your experience means you understand the practicalities of working in a charity setting, and your excellent communication skills and natural ability to develop good working relations with colleagues means that you are the ideal candidate to join the HBC Team.

You are organised, highly professional and have experience of working in teams and lone working. Not only do you take your professional development seriously, but you are driven by a desire to change human behaviour to improve the lives of dogs and people in the UK and abroad.

To apply for this position please click the APPLY NOW button. Our application process requires you complete an application form and a covering letter explaining your interest and suitability for the role.

Interviews for this role will take place w/c 1st August, with second stage w/c 8th August.

More about Dogs Trust

Dogs Trust, the UK’s largest dog welfare charity, has an income of over £90 million. The Trust, which cares for around 14,0... Read more

Refreshed on: 11 July 2022
Closed date: 20 July 2022 at 23:59
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