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A rolling list of countryside, conservation and ecology vacancies including wildlife work and environmental education, updated every weekday.  Adverts are listed in chronological order, most recent at the top.   

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Logo: Leeson HouseField Studies Tutor
Leeson House Field Studies Centre, Swanage
£20,289 - £24,120                                             

Ref: 61029085A

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a friendly team and to teach a wide range of age groups and subjects at a busy Field Studies Centre located in the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset.  This post offers an ideal opportunity for you to develop, plan and lead GCSE and A Level Geography fieldwork as well as other subjects and age groups. Leeson House is a grade II listed manor house near Swanage on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. The role offers many opportunities and challenges, where you are an important part of a hard-working team, who strive to create a truly memorable experience for every individual who visits our Centre.

Closing Date: 5/2/17

Sector: Education

Region: South West

Posted: 23/1/17


The most recent edition of CJS Weekly published on Friday 20 January includes 84 adverts for vacancies across the sector.

Adverts are included for one week only, there are more adverts in previous editions.


Logo: Highland Ecology and Development LtdHighland Ecology and Development Ltd

Post: Senior Ecologist (Highlands)

Highland Ecology & Development wish to appoint an experienced Senior Ecologist to join our team of professional ecologists in our northern office, based near Inverness. The post will provide support for a range of projects, field surveys and reporting.

The successful candidate will need to be able to demonstrate a sound working knowledge of species and habitat as well as a good understanding of licensing and management in the Scottish context. Previous experience as a site ECoW would be an advantage as would licences held for EPS species.

Closing Date: 3/2/17

Sector: Ecology

Region: Scotland

Posted: 23/1/17


Chiswick House and Gardens

Ranger (Full-time)

Temporary position for 12 months, initially

Salary: £21,000 - £24,000 depending on experience

Chiswick House and Gardens is a unique public park and award-winning historic landscape in West London, and the setting for the Grade I listed Chiswick House. We are now seeking a competent and friendly Ranger - working as part of a team of two - to manage day to day security of the park, oversee maintenance, and provide an approachable and reassuring presence throughout the park’s opening hours.

Closing Date: 2/2/17

Sector: Countryside

Region: South

Posted: 23/1/17


Volunteer posts advertised week beginning 23/1/17

Internship on 75 acre conservation and permaculture food production site, Blaeneinion (17/2)

Residential Volunteer, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust (25/1)

Volunteer Data Management Assistant, Scottish Wildlife Trust (17/3)

Volunteer Wildlife Interpreters (7 Opportunities), Scottish Wildlife Trust (31/1)

RSPB Residential Volunteer - Visitor Experience, RSPB

Residential Weekly Volunteers, Scottish Wildlife Trust (6/2)

Wildlife Trainee: (North Bucks) X 1, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) (17/2)

Wildlife Trainee: Conservation (South Bucks) X 2, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) (17/2)

Country Park Ranger (Visitor Engagement) Graduate Training Scheme X 2, Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust (31/1)

Environmental Education Ranger – Graduate Training Scheme, Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust (2/2)

Iceland Conservation Volunteers, The Environment Agency of Iceland (Umhverfisstofnun) (10/2)

Testwood Lakes Nature Reserve Volunteer Placement, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (25/1)

Volunteer Social Media & Visitor Experience Intern, Scottish Wildlife Trust (31/1)

Blashford Lakes Nature Reserve Volunteer Placement, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (6/2)

Education Volunteer Placement – Winchester, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (17/2)

Voluntary Full Time Nature Reserve Volunteer X 2, Devon Wildlife Trust (6/2)

Data Management Volunteers, Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre (13/2)

Trail Team Volunteer, Iceland Forest Service (Trailteam.Is) (31/1)

Welcome Team – Visitor Services, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Full Time Volunteer Ranger, National Trust (19/2)

Roaming Engager – Martin Mere, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Grounds Gardening Volunteer, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Buildings & Maintenance Volunteer, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Biodiversity Education Assistant, Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers (12/2)

Inspiring People Assistants & Leaders, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (10/2)

Living Seas Volunteer Speakers, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (10/2)

Inspiring People Co-Ordinators, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (10/2)

Peregrine Watchpoint Volunteer Intern, RSPB (10/2)

RSPB Residential Volunteer Intern, RSPB (30/1)

Various Volunteer Roles, RSPB

Welcome Volunteer, Forestry Commission (23/2)

Reserves Assistant – Bure & Ant, Norfolk Wildlife Trust

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Work Days advertised in the last week

The Inland Waterways Association has provided all their volunteering events in February, these are across the country and work involves clearing storm damage, vegetation clearance & litter picking

12/2/17 Butterfly Conservation work party at Kingshill Local Nature Reserve North Lanarkshire organised by Butterfly Conservation Scotland

17/2/17 Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is running an Improving Water Vole Habitat - Practical Day in Warwickshire, location tbc

Lee Valley Regional Park Authority is running spring cleanup & maintenance events on Walthamstow Marshes on 18/2 & 18/3/17

22/2/17 Wild Marsh East Workday on Tottenham marshes organised by Lee Valley Regional Park Authority

Butterfly Conservation work party at Kingshill Local Nature Reserve North Lanarkshire on 25/2/17 with Butterfly Conservation Scotland

11/3/17 Butterfly Conservation Work Party in Cumbernauld with Butterfly Conservation Scotland

18/3/17 Pond creation day in Strathnairn Community Woodland, Inverness organised by Froglife

Lower Mole Partnership runs regular work day events, usually over 3 days in Surrey. Work involves scrub clearance, woodland & grass management & hedge coppicing

First Sunday of the month Essex Wildlife Trust runs a Work party in Chelmsford

Essex Wildlife Trust also run a work party on Sunday mornings each month on the Roman River Valley Nature Reserve in Colchester

Every Thursday RSPB run the Exe Estuary Work Party on Exe Estuary Reserves in Exminster


Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

Love your Local Wildlife Officer

C£23,000 per annum pro rata

Full time, 18month contract

Based at Lower Smite Farm, Hindlip, Worcester WR3 8SZ

Can your help us to celebrate our 50th anniversary? We’re looking for a person for a fantastic new role to lead the delivery of our Love your Local Wildlife project.

You will help to design and lead a programme to celebrate our anniversary year, which will include activities relating to community engagement, education, member engagement, communications and fundraising.

Closing Date: 13/2/17

Sector: Community / Project Management

Region: Midlands

Posted: 23/1/17


Logo: RSPBWarden

Location: Rainham Marshes, Essex

Salary: £22,073 to £23,912 per annum

Basis: Full time – permanent position

Rainham Marshes is an important RSPB reserve, with over 400ha of priority wetland habitat, supporting successful populations of breeding waders and other wetland wildlife. It is also an important people reserve, with hides, visitor trails and nearly 40,000 visitors a year.

Closing Date: 16/2/17

Sector: Volunteers / Wildlife

Region: South

Posted: 23/1/17


Logo: Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Wetlands for LifeAssistant Warden

Welney Wetland Centre

37.5 hours per week

£16,183 - £17,035 per annum

The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a conservation charity that protects wetlands for wildlife and people.  For 70 years we have been pioneers in saving threatened wetland wildlife across the globe and are experts in wetland management and creation.  We work with communities living among some of the most vulnerable wetlands in the world, providing leadership and influence to create a sustainable future for our wetlands, their wildlife and the people who depend upon them. We believe that showing people first-hand how extraordinary wetlands are can ignite their passion to help us conserve them, so we provide amazing experiences at our unique UK wetland centres for over one million visitors every year. 

Closing Date: 2/2/17

Sector: Countryside / Wildlife

Region: Anglia

Posted: 23/1/17


logo: Forestry Commission EnglandBusiness opportunities for education and learning provision with Forestry Commission England

The Forestry Commission is looking for skilled environmental educators who want to run their business on the public forest estate in England.

Business opportunities are being offered at Haldon Forest in Devon and Beechenhurst and Wenchford in The Forest of Dean,

Closing Date: 17/2/17

Sector: Education

Region: South / South West

Posted: 23/1/17


Logo: Glendale ..A Deeper GreenContract Supervisor – Grounds Maintenance

Based in: Lewisham, SE London

Salary: - Dependant on Skills and Competencies

An opportunity has arisen in Glendale’s innovative Parks and Open Spaces Management Contract with the London Borough Lewisham, and our Phoenix Community Housing Contract. We are looking to recruit for an experienced Grounds Maintenance Supervisor to assist in the management and development of both contracts. This role is split between the two contracts and the role is seen as a key position in the successful performance of both of the contracts.

Closing Date: 31/1/17

Sector: Countryside / Management

Region: South

Posted: 23/1/17


Logo: Yorkshire Wildlife TrustStockperson Stirley Community Farm – 28 hours per week

£19000 p.a. pro rata plus up to 9% employer pension contribution

Are you looking for a rewarding job which will combine your farming skills and livestock experience with a knowledge and passion for conservation farming? Do you share Stirley Community Farm’s long term aspiration to create a living landscape that is productive, rich in wildlife and accessible to local communities?

We are looking for an experienced Stocksperson to join our dynamic team at Stirley Farm – someone with a passion for farming, who can manage our small but growing beef shorthorn herd and is looking to learn about how you can manage a farm for wildlife whilst engaging the local community.

Closing Date: 13/2/17

Sector: Community / Countryside

Region: North East

Posted: 20/1/17


Logo: RSPBInvestigations Liaison Officer

Location: UK Headquarters, Sandy, Bedfordshire.

Salary: £25,463 to £27,585 per annum.

Basis: Full time – permanent position

Are you an incisive communicator with sound ornithological knowledge, able to work with media professionals in order to promote the work of the RSPB's Investigations Team ? You will lead on the production of the annual Bird Crime report, the newsletter 'Legal Eagle' and social media content of the team. You will need to be an 'out of the box' thinker, able to stylishly influence a wide range of audiences with accurate and science-lead media interviews and bird crime appeals. A passion for birds of prey and a strong sense of justice is essential. This is a rare opportunity within a specialist team making a real difference for birds.

Closing Date: 13/2/17

Sector: Management

Region: South

Posted: 20/1/17


Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol

Estate Supervisor

Salary: c£19,000

Required hours: 37.5 hours per week, Tuesday – Saturday, and occasional Sunday shifts.

Arnos Vale Cemetery is an award-winning heritage site in Bristol; a valuable community, education and environmental resource, and an active cemetery.  We are looking for someone with strong practical landscape management / habitat conservation skills, to supervise regular volunteer sessions and help to maintain the 45 acre site. This is a varied and demanding role, and will suit someone who can work independently and as part of a wider team, who is passionate about the historic landscape of Arnos Vale and engaging volunteers to help deliver the landscape management plan.

Closing Date: 13/2/17

Sector: Community / Volunteers

Region: South West

Posted: 20/1/17


Logo: Powys County CouncilPowys County Council - Ecology Technician

37 hours, Permanent

Grade 7 (Point 24 to Point 26)

£21,745 to £23,166 per annum £11.2710 to £12.0076 per hour

Location:  County Hall, Llandrindod Wells

To support the delivery of professional advice in relation to all ecological and biodiversity matters to relevant Powys County Council (PCC) service areas including planning, design services, estate management and general maintenance to guide the ecological management of Powys' natural resources and to ensure compliance with legislation and government policies.

Closing Date: 19/2/17

Sector: Ecology

Region: Wales

Posted: 20/1/17


Logo: East Devon Peebled HeathsSite Manager, East Devon Pebblebed Heaths

(Special Area of Conservation/Special Protection Area/Site of Special Scientific Interest

Salary: £28,000/annum, dependent on qualifications and experience. Three year fixed-term contract.

This is an exciting chance to join the conservation team of Clinton Devon Estates and the Pebblebed Heaths Conservation Trust and play a leading role in the protection and management of an internationally important conservation and recreational site in the beautiful South West.

Closing Date: 3/2/17

Sector: Management

Region: South West

Posted: 20/1/17




Arboroist  / Craftsman Gardener, Specialising in Tree Works, North West Leicestershire District Council


Closing Date: 12/2/17

Sector: Arboriculture

Region: Midlands

Posted: 20/1/17


Logo: Butterfly ConservationButterfly Conservation is a leading wildlife charity working across the UK to conserve butterflies, moths and our environment.

We have an exciting opportunity to take our message to Key Stage 2 (KS2) children living in the City of Bristol.

Munching Caterpillars Goes to Town Project Officer (Part time 0.5 FTE)

12 month fixed term contract

From £23,364 - £26,992 (band C) dependent on experience, plus 5% pension contribution

We are seeking an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, resourceful and efficient Project Officer to lead a programme of fun events and workshops at primary schools and a variety of public and community venues in Bristol, enabling children to learn about the habitat requirements of butterflies and moths.

Closing Date: 7/2/17

Sector: Community / Education / Project Management

Region: South West

Posted: 20/1/17


Logo: The Mountains and the PeopleCairngorms Outdoor Access Trust

Activity Project Officer (Volunteering & Education)

Grade           Practitioner H, £24,002.40 - £25,490.59

Duration        Maternity Cover, Initial 6-month contract with option to extend

Location        Balloch West Dunbartonshire

Do you want to help preserve our nation’s most iconic landscapes? Are you passionate about the benefits of conservation volunteering? Can you inspire teachers and children to see mountains as their classroom? Do you have the enthusiasm to motivate people of all ages to become conservation activists? YES? Then our exciting maternity cover opportunity to join The Mountains and The People project as Activity Project Officer may be perfect for you.

Delete Date: 17/2/17

Sector: Education / Project Management / Volunteering

Region: Scotland

Posted: 20/1/17


Logo: Countryside Management ServiceCareer Grade Projects Officer - Communities (Full Time & Permanent)

Partnership Projects Officer - Land Management (Full time & Fixed term to 31/3/2018, possible extension subject to funding)

Hertford, 37 hours p/w

£21,057 - £28,203 per annum dependent on skills and experience

Established in 1975 Hertfordshire’s Countryside Management Service (CMS) was one of the first initiatives of its type in the UK. We work in partnership with landowners and communities to develop projects that enhance the environment for people and wildlife. We also provide opportunities for informal recreation through leading events and guided walks, promoting cycle routes linking towns and the countryside and devising site based leaflets and interpretation.

Closing Date: 5/2/17

Sector: Community / Countryside / Project Management

Region: South

Posted: 20/1/17


Job of the Day: Thursday 19 January

Volunteer Team Leader with Canal & River Trust

Logo: Canal & River Trust 


E3 Ecology Ltd

Assistant Ecologist

An excellent opportunity is available for a motivated, organised graduate ecologist within a forward thinking, busy consultancy practice.  This seasonal position will provide a really good grounding in ecological consultancy. The company is based in a spacious new office set within the Northumbrian countryside.Joining a well-established and friendly team, the right candidate will get a wide range of field and consultancy based experience.

Closing Date: 10/2/17

Sector: Ecology

Region: North East

Posted: 19/1/17


Gardener and General Assistant

Live-in couple required for large country house with mature gardens.

To work as part of a small existing team, must be flexible.  Small cottage provided.

Conwy/Llandudno district

Delete Date: 16/2/17

Sector: Countryside / Horticulture

Region: Wales

Posted: 19/1/17


Landscape Operatives

Competitive rates of pay subject to qualifications and experience.

Lowther Forestry Group Ltd is seeking to recruit landscape operatives to work from our office in Milton Keynes for immediate start.

 

Closing Date: 5/2/17

Sector: Arboriculture / Horticulture

Region: South

Posted: 19/1/17


Logo: National TrustRanger

Salary: £10,760 per annum

Contract: Fixed Term, part time (22.5 hours per week for 12 months)

Location: North Cornwall properties (based at Stowe Barton Farms, Kilkhampton, Bude)

Over the last 50 years or so the National Trust has built up a portfolio of many of the finest country houses and gardens in Cornwall, but this is only part of the story. In an effort to protect the natural beauty Cornwall is endowed with the National Trust now own swathes of the Cornish coast currently managing over 40% of it. Our North Cornwall portfolio stretches from Morwenstow in the north down to Holywell Bay in the south and includes some of the most breath-taking coastline in the UK. Working as part of our team, you will enjoy being paid to work in some of the most beautiful locations in the country and will be part of preserving the future of this stunning county. With your endless passion for our work, you’ll help with the protection and care of habitats, wildlife, property and machinery, and your passion will inspire other to love this beautiful place as much as you do.

Closing Date: 5/2/17

Sector: Countryside

Region: South West

Posted: 19/1/17


Logo: Warwickshire Wildlfie TrustThe Environment and Me Project Officer

Location: Coventry

Salary: £20,000 (Grade 2b) 3 year Fixed Term Contract (April 2017 – 31.03.20)

We are looking for an engaging, enthusiastic individual to deliver practical gardening and wildlife conservation work on a broad range of sites as part of our Big Lottery Funded project – The Environment and Me (TEaM). This project, which is a partnership with Coventry and Warwickshire Mind, is a new project for Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, but builds on our growing experience of supporting people experiencing mental ill health to feel better using the outdoors.

Closing Date: 7/2/17

Sector: Community / Horticulture / Project / Wildlife

Region: Midlands

Posted: 19/1/17


Logo: Warwickshire Wildlife TrustThe Environment and Me Project Coordinator

Location: Coventry

Salary: £26,500 (£21,200 pro rata for 4 days week/28 hours) (Grade 3a) 3 year Fixed Term Contract (April 2017 – 31.03.20)

The Project Coordinator will lead the project team (line managing two staff and coordinating the work of two others) in the successful delivery of the scheme, managing the budget, reporting to funders, developing relationships, delivering on monitoring and evaluation and looking for opportunities for the project to grow and become sustainable beyond 2020. They will be an engaging and dynamic person with an appreciation for nature and an understanding of the role in can play in supporting people feel better.

Closing Date: 7/2/17

Sector: Community / Horticulture / Project / Wildlife

Region: Midlands

Posted: 19/1/17


Logo: University of the Highlands and Islands Inverness CollegeMasters by Research Studentship Opportunity

Rivers and Lochs Institute

Inverness College UHI

Studentships include a stipend for 1 year (£13,500) and full UK/EU UHI tuition fees (£4,052/yr).

The Rivers and Lochs Institute (RLI), Inverness College UHI offers graduate studies and research opportunities in aquatic biodiversity management sector, and works closely with public agencies, NGOs and industry, to meet local research and training needs. The research is supported by the Institute’s new state-of-the-art applied genomics laboratory at the Inverness Campus. The RLI is currently inviting applications from appropriately qualified individuals for a 12 month, full time, fully funded Masters by Research studentship to be based in the Institute at Inverness College UHI on a project entitled, “Development of eDNA techniques for Slender naiad survey and monitoring”. The project is funded in collaboration with Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and the successful candidate will work closely with SNH for the duration of the project.

Closing Date: 3/3/17

Sector: Biodiversity

Region: Scotland

Posted: 19/1/17


Logo: exeGesisProduct Manager for Conservation Management System (UK)

Type: Full time, permanent

Location: Brecon Beacons National Park (or Netherlands)

Salary: £27k - £37k plus overtime

exeGesIS is a well-established and respected software consultancy with an impressive portfolio of information management applications used in the environmental and conservation sectors.  If you have strong IT and data management skills and a background in conservation, land management, life sciences or similar, then this might be the rare opportunity you have been looking for to combine your interests …

Closing Date: 20/2/17

Sector: Admin

Region: Wales / International

Posted: 19/1/17


Logo: BTOResearch Ecologist

Thetford, Norfolk

(£22,688 - £25,209 + pension)

This is a full-time post for two years in the first instance.

The British Trust for Ornithology is seeking applications for a new Research Ecologist. The post will be in the Monitoring Research Team, undertaking a range of analytical work on long-term datasets such as Wetland Bird Survey and Breeding Bird Survey, the results of recent national surveys and other applied conservation projects as opportunities arise.   

Closing Date: 15/2/17

Sector: Ecology

Region: Anglia

Posted: 19/1/17


Logo: Hampshire County CouncilSenior Ranger
£24,343 - £27,397 (pro-rata) per annum
Lepe Country Park, Southampton
37 hours per week (part time hours also will be considered)
Permanent

Lepe Country Park is one of Hampshire County Council's most popular visitor attractions hosting around 300,000 visits each year. Your work as Senior Ranger will take the lead on the Conservation management of the Park, including overseeing our HLS agreement, developing Ranger team management plans, site maintenance work and other key deliverables. Much of it will be people facing; supporting the development and delivery of the events and education programme for the site and supporting the active Friends group.

Closing Date: 5/2/17

Sector: Countryside

Region: South

Posted: 19/1/17


Balmoral Estates

Seasonal Estate Ranger

 Accommodation is available. Contract runs from April to August.

The successful applicant will work as a member of the Balmoral Ranger Service, which is part funded by Scottish Natural Heritage. The Seasonal Ranger will work in a wide range of projects associated with the management of this forward looking and enterprising Scottish highland estate. Including leading guided walks, undertaking footpath maintenance work and biological monitoring.

Delete Date: 16/2/17

Sector: Countryside / Rights of Way

Region: Scotland

Posted: 19/1/17


Logo: Friends of the Lake DistrictWestmorland Dales Hidden Landscapes Development Officer

Salary  £31,602 - £34,877

Are you a skilled and experienced project manager with a commitment to the landscape of Cumbria?

We have been granted a £317,000 award to develop a suite of exciting projects focusing on the Westmorland Dales, forming part of the newly expanded Yorkshire Dales National Park. We are seeking a Development Officer to develop the Westmorland Dales Hidden Landscapes Partnership Landscape Conservation Action Plan and programme of work, in order to meet the requirements and submit a second round application to the Heritage Lottery Landscape Partnership Fund in August 2018 for £3.2 million.

Closing Date: 1/2/17

Sector: Project Management

Region: North West

Posted: 18/1/17


Logo: RSPBAssistant Warden

Location: South Essex Marshes, Essex.

Salary: £19,602 to £21,236 per annum.

Basis: Full time – Fixed term contract.

How would you like to assist with the management of a diverse suite of nature reserves home to scarce and threatened wildlife like Water Voles, Avocets, Bearded Tits, Corn Buntings and rare Bees? The RSPB at South Essex are seeking a dynamic, resourceful and motivated  Assistant Warden to join a reserves team managing an ever evolving 750 hectares of nature reserves on the north side of the Thames estuary. These diverse nature reserves comprise of, lowland wet grassland, reedbed, fresh and saline lagoons, saltmarsh, mudflats, arable land, scrub, plus rare and nationally important brownfield habitat.

Closing Date: 19/2/17

Sector: Countryside / Wildlife

Region: South

Posted: 18/1/17


Logo: RSPBSchools Outreach Officer

Location:  Birmingham – Home based.

Salary: £17,276 to £18,715 per annum.

Basis: 22.5 hours per week – maternity cover contract – up to 1 year.

We are connecting children with nature in their school grounds, by delivering workshops where children can discover wildlife first hand. You will build on the success of the first two years of this project, we have made a flying start and we need you to develop and manage our team of volunteers and reach as many schools as possible.

Closing Date: 19/2/17

Sector: Community / Education

Region: Midlands

Posted: 17/1/17


Logo: RSPBVisitor Experience Assistant

Location. Conwy Reserve, Conwy.

Salary: £14,040 to £14,775 per annum.

Basis: annualised hours, average 24 hours per week, typically 4 days per week during school holidays, 3 days per week outside of school holidays. – 2 Year contract.

Are you a great people person? Do you thrive on exceeding customer expectations? Can you inspire and enthuse others? Are you passionate about wildlife and conservation?

We are looking for an enthusiastic team player to engage with visitors to our Conwy nature reserve, deliver a consistently brilliant visitor experience and generate income by growing support for the RSPB through membership. 

Closing Date: 14/2/17

Sector: Visitor Management

Region: Wales

Posted: 17/1/17


Logo: RSPBVisitor Experience Officer

Location: Blacktoft Sands Reserve, East Yorkshire.

Salary: £17,276 to £18,715 per annum.

Basis: Full time – 6 month contract.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to develop and deliver a stunning visitor experience at RSPB Blacktoft Sands, in parallel with delivery of the Saving Marshlands Wetland Heritage and Wildlife project. This project aims to deliver for conservation and people in the wider landscape through volunteer development. The post holder will be responsible for all aspects of the reserve operation relating to visitor experience, including designing and delivering an innovative events programme, developing the r