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Kyle and Lochalsh Community Trust
The Plock of Kyle – A community based environmental project
Kyle and Lochalsh Community Trust is a community organisation focusing on the rural regeneration of our beautiful area on the west coast of the Highlands. We are presently seeking to appoint an energetic and enthusiastic Countryside Ranger to contribute to the development of one of our key projects - the Plock of Kyle. The post is due to commence early in 2015, initially for a duration of 12 months.
Conservation Staff required for installing stock fence on the Mendip Hills in Somerset.
The work will be carried out late Jan and into Feb. Short term only.
Dorset County Council
We require an Assistant Countryside Ranger - Based at Thorncombe Wood Local Nature Reserve and Thomas Hardy Visitor Centre for the day to day management of Thorncombe Wood Local Nature Reserve and Hardy Visitor Centre to a high standard for public safety and enjoyment and the management of diverse habitat types such as woodland, heath, grasslands and wetlands.
The National Forest Company
The National Forest spans 200 square miles of the Midlands near the cities of Leicester, Derby, Nottingham and Birmingham. It is one of the country’s most highly respected forestry and sustainable development projects. We now have a new opportunity for a highly skilled, outgoing individual to develop the recreational access and sports potential of the Forest and promote its assets to local communities and visitors, including new audiences. This will include managing, developing and promoting the NFC’s network of recreational trails, including the National Forest Way, other promoted walks and multi-user access.
We are a well-established and highly respected independent business based near Banbury in Oxfordshire. The Forestry Department is based at our tree nursery, alongside our landscaping department.
We are looking to recruit a Forestry Operative to work in our establishment and maintenance team.
Unemployed or only part-time? Under 25?
Cost-free course with week in
Providing Environmental Studies/identification/Interview skills.
£15,207 per annum
Fixed Term Contract between 7 April & 22 July 2015
Cuffley Camp Outdoor Centre
37 hours a week
Share your interest in outdoor activities and the natural environment while gaining valuable work experience. Cuffley Camp Outdoor Centre is based in 90 acres of ancient pasture woodland, and offers day and residential courses in outdoor educational activities such as mountain biking, archery, team building, habitats, shelter building and orienteering. Courses are provided for a wide range of age groups from primary-aged children and young people through to adults.
You will be teaching environmental and outdoor adventure activities, as well as helping to maintain equipment and welcoming arrivals.
Outstanding Opportunity for Principal Ecology Consultant - Milton Park (Abingdon)
Salary £34,763 - £38,625
… securing our food and enhancing the environment
Our Ecology business comprises a highly skilled team focused on providing services to a range of clients, particularly developers, utility companies, and the renewable energy and rural industries. As a result of our success we have a senior level vacancy.
To manage and lead the ecology team from the ADAS Milton Park Office to deliver ecological consultancy and mitigation works in a fast moving, client focused commercial environment. To lead the ecology team to meet its sales targets.
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust
18.75 hours per week, 2 years, fixed term contract subject to funding
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a new development post which will deliver step-change in Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust’s outdoor learning service.The postholder will work with the Community Engagement and Learning Manager to develop the quality and quantity of the Trust’s outdoor learning activity in Sheffield and Rotherham - to reconnect more children, young people and families with nature.
Part Time Fishery/Environmental Ranger (circa 15k per annum)
We have a vacancy for a Part Time Fishery/Environmental Ranger at Arlington Reservoir, near Polegate, East Sussex to undertake a wide range of environmental/grounds maintenance work. South East Water supplies drinking water to 2.1 million customers across Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire. Daily, we supply 565 million litres of drinking water along more than 14,000 kilometres of mains to our customers’ taps.
South West Peak: a Landscape at a Crossroads
Fixed term contract until 31st May 2016.
This is an exciting opportunity to be responsible for developing the Stage 2 application for South West Peak: a Landscape at a Crossroads to the HLF Landscape Partnership Scheme which will include the preparation of a Landscape Conservation Action Plan in consultation with the local community, partners and other key stakeholders. The project aims to value, protect and restore the unique landscape of the South West Peak. Key areas of interest include ecosystem services, biodiversity, traditional skills, cultural heritage and access.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust
CES require a Graduate Trainee Ecologist to provide project delivery and administrative support to the Projects Team to help ensure the effective and efficient running of the Consultancy.
Salary £15,300. 12 month contract.
The Graduate Trainee will assist with survey and mitigation projects and undergo training to increase their skills.
FSC believes the more we know about and take inspiration from the world around us the more we can appreciate its needs and protect its diversity and beauty for future generations. We currently have a vacancy for:
FSC London Region Stratford Office
In the important and challenging role of a Field Tutor you will develop, plan and deliver GCSE and A-level courses, along with environmental courses for younger students. You will be expected to play a major role in the working and organisation of the education team.
John Muir Award Education Manager (Maternity cover – 12 month post)
The John Muir Award is the UK’s leading environmental award scheme
and the main educational initiative of the John Muir Trust. Manage and
increase education-related John Muir Award activity, primarily through
schools but also including informal education and other sectors.
Position the Award to contribute, reflect and be relevant to the English
education and learning sector. Assist the England Award Manager and
provide continuity during maternity leave.
Salary: £25-28,000 (depending on experience) plus 5% pension contribution.
Post is based in Matlock, Derbyshire.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
Salary: £32,650 (Grade 4b: £30,600 - £32,650)
Location: Brandon Marsh Nature Centre, Brandon Lane, Coventry, CV3 3GW
We’re looking for a natural entrepreneur who will capitalise on the unique opportunity that exists within the charity and its trading subsidiary, Middlemarch Environmental Ltd, to deliver Living Landscapes in Warwickshire. An inspirational champion for this approach you will be able to stimulate support for Living Landscapes in all sorts of audiences by promoting the environmental, social and economic benefits of nature conservation at this scale, and you will be able to convert this interest into direct support for the creation of Living Landscapes on the ground.
Assistant Contract Manager (Salary Range £19,000 to £22,000 p/a)
Keystone Habitats is expanding and, therefore, is seeking an Assistant Contract Manager to work in liaison with and support the Regional Habitats Manager based at our Tetbury office in Gloucestershire. We are offering a competitive salary, annual bonus scheme, company pension and opportunity for future career progression.
You will work with the Regional Habitats Manager to procure, price, resource and deliver Ecological Mitigation, Wildlife and Stock Fencing, Habitat Clearance, Management, Restoration and Creation contracts, using in-house and external resources.
Volunteer posts advertised week beginning 15/12/14
4/2/15 Education volunteer recruitment morning, Suffolk Wildlife Trust
Volunteer Lock Keepers, Canal & Rivers Trust
Regular Volunteer, Derbyshire Wildlife Trust (31/1)
Volunteer Assistant Reserve Warden, Dorset Wildlife Trust
Volunteer, Isle of Eigg Heritage Trust
Residential Volunteering Internships, RSPB (4/1)
Marine Research & Outreach Assistants, Manx Whale & Dolphin Watch (15/1)
Master Gardener Volunteer, Garden Organic
There is also a Conservation Holiday advertised on the Conservation Holidays page
Path Maintenance Conservation Working Holiday, Isle of Eigg Heritage Trust (30/1)
£16K + bonus + pension + bens
Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
Forest Holidays operate luxury log cabins in the beautiful woodland locations owned and operated throughout the UK by the Forestry Commission. The Forest of Dean location has recently been extended to provide more of our ever popular luxury cabins. Each Forest Holiday Location has a Forest Ranger who has expert knowledge of woodland flora and fauna and the world around us. Our aim is to inspire guests to experience, enjoy and respect our British forests and the world around them by championing our ethical and ecological values.
Permanent part-time role 3 days (22 hours) flexible, based Newark,
Salary from £25k pro-rata.
As part of a regional team of the Trust's environmental experts, this role provides specialist input on ecological matters to all the Trust's activities across our East Midlands waterway area (covering the R. Trent and associated navigations) - including routine maintenance, customer service, major projects including canal restoration, volunteer activities, estates and property management with an emphasis on not just protecting the waterway environment but improving it.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
Can you present a good case to protect sites and landscape areas for the benefit of wildlife and people ?
This is your opportunity to influence approaches to planning and address issues that impact on wildlife.
We are seeking an enthusiastic person to respond to planning issues that relate to Biodiversity and to input to strategic plans and develop policy, in Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull.
£28,402- £32,212 plus benefits Moray & Aberdeenshire Forest District covers the National Forest
Estate in North East Scotland. It comprises approximately 58,000
hectares ranging from coastal pine forests like Culbin in the North West
through productive upland spruce plantations in the Central and Eastern
parts of the unit the iconic pinewoods of Speyside and Deeside and peri
urban WIAT woodlands on the outskirts of Aberdeen City.
Moray & Aberdeenshire Forest District covers the National Forest Estate in North East Scotland. It comprises approximately 58,000 hectares ranging from coastal pine forests like Culbin in the North West through productive upland spruce plantations in the Central and Eastern parts of the unit the iconic pinewoods of Speyside and Deeside and peri urban WIAT woodlands on the outskirts of Aberdeen City.The key responsibilities for the role will include the delivery of the agreed Forest Strategic Plan objectives through the co-ordinated production of Land Management Plans to include internal and external stakeholder consultation and the development of prescriptions to include both thinning and LISS.
Salary: £15,000 - £16,000 per annum (dependent on experience)
Period of employment: March 2015 - February 2017
The Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre is an independent charity, running a busy educational visitor centre on the World Heritage Site Jurassic Coast. We are looking to recruit an assistant warden to lead schools, groups and the general public on a wide range of events and to assist in the day to day running of the Centre. The Centre currently welcomes over 90,000 visitors a year and over 6,000 school children on organised study sessions.
Salary: £1,150 per month (before statutory deductions)
Period of employment: March - October 2015
The Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre is an independent charity, running a busy educational visitor centre on the World Heritage Site Jurassic Coast. We are looking to recruit a seasonal warden to lead schools, groups and the general public on a wide range of events and to assist in the day to day running of the Centre, including the small Centre gift shop. The Centre currently welcomes over 90,000 visitors a year and over 6,000 school children on organised study sessions.
Based at:South Norwood Country Park, Croydon
40 hours per week(flexible working arrangements to include evening & week-end working)
An exciting opportunity has arisen at Quadron’s Croydon contract for
a self-motivated individual with an interest in conservation to fill the
position of Warden at the South Norwood Country Park. .
Salary: £21,072 per annum, pro rata
Contract: Temporary (March-August) / Part time (4 days/week)
Based: Woolley Firs, Maidenhead
The Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust is a membership-based
voluntary organisation, managing over 80 nature reserves, influencing
land management and educating and encouraging all sectors of the
community to care for local wildlife.
Tutor - Allnatt Outdoors
Seasonal contract will include regular evening and weekend work.
Allnatt Outdoors has been providing high quality outdoor education for
over 90 years. Customers, including a range of school, youth and
overseas groups return to us year after year because of the unique and
inspirational learning experiences our staff facilitate.
Sussex Wildlife Trust
Actual Salary - £10,497 per annum
Contract – Fixed Term – 1 year (approx)
The Sussex Wildlife Trust is the leading organisation covering all
aspects of nature conservation in Sussex. Our work includes
environmental education, working with landowners, businesses and local
communities, and the care of over 3,000 acres of downland, woodland,
wetland and heath.
Salary £20,253 - £22,937 per annum pro rata
18.5 hours per week
Based at Eastburn, Hexham
Northumberland National Park Authority would like to recruit a permanent part-time Volunteer Development Officer to identify opportunities for volunteer project development and to promote, the engagement, facilitation and empowerment of volunteers.
Based at North Scotland Regional Office, Inverness
Contract to 31 March 2016 – Full Time 37.5 hours per week
Salary Range £15,000 to £17,000 per annum
The capercaillie is one of Britain’s rarest and most iconic species of bird. The Capercaillie Project is a partnership between RSPB, Scottish National Heritage and Forestry Commission Scotland. The postholder will support the Capercaillie Project Officer in delivery of the Capercaillie Biodiversity Action Plan and the provision of advisory support to partners in the public and private sectors.
Based at RSPB UK Headquarters, Sandy
6 month contract Full Time 37.5 hours per week
Salary Range £17,000 to £18,500 per annum
Do you enjoy providing great customer service and do you love the
natural world? Do you have good, knowledge of UK wildlife and are
confident in communicating about it?
The RSPB’s Supporter Services Wildlife team are looking for someone who can work effectively, courteously and enthusiastically with RSPB supporters, professionals, staff and the general public on the phone, via email, letters, and other customer service methods.
Part Time, six month contract with the possibility of extension and becoming full time (pending funding)
Salary £25,000 pro rata
Growing through learning: learning through growing
Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses is a vibrant community garden situated in the centre of Brockwell Park. The BPCG charity is committed to enabling a diverse range of local residents, schools and visitors to increase their knowledge, improve their wellbeing and to create greener communities.
We are currently looking for an Education Officer to help move our project into the next stage of its development.
Assistant Warden – Blue Bell Hill & The Larches
Part-time permanent post .
.Salary Range: Points 1 to 7 on the Trust salary scale, (£14,168 - £18,841 pro rata) (Approximately £250 a month)
Based at Blue Bell Hill & The Larches Nature Reserves (Office-Tyland Barn, Maidstone)
Opening and closing the site entrance at Bluebell Hill, assisting & guiding visitors, and general site maintenance. This is a part-time post, (14 hours per week - 2 hours per day split between opening and closing (which is variable), 7 days on, 7 days off) the normal periods of work will be as per the attached schedule.
North Ayrshire Council
Circa. £ 18,000 (depending on experience)
agb Environmental Ltd offers a wide range of environmental and engineering services including geo-environmental, geotechnical, ecology, arboriculture, forestry, waste and flood risk.
This exciting and dynamic role will include a wide variety of tasks ranging from working on major strategic projects for clients, assisting in development led projects, through to business development and management activities. Other aspects of the job involve reporting on a variety of subjects with technical input from our wide range of sub-consultants. These can be flood risk assessments, ecological surveys, tree surveys and below ground utility surveys.
Total Ecology Ltd is looking for the following to join our small but dedicated team:
Ecologist wanted for initial 6 month contract with chance of becoming permanent.
Salary: £18,000 -£25,000 pro-rata depending on experience.
Graduate Ecologist wanted for 6 months over the busy survey season.
Salary: £15,000 - £18,000 pro-rata depending on experience.
Seasonal bat surveyors wanted. Offices are based in Northumberland, and surveys will mostly be in the northeast of England.
Stirling/Dumfries & Galloway
Due to the continued success of the Ecology and Hydrology department, we are looking to recruit an experienced Ecologist into our office in either our head office in Dumfries & Galloway or the Stirling office. Some of the duties and responsibilities associated with the role include to undertake ornithological/ecological fieldwork associated with onshore wind farm developments throughout the UK. Survey work will be associated with schemes that are in the development, construction and post-construction phases.
£23,784 to £31,997 per annum
We are looking to recruit a highly motivated Lecturer to teach across a range of Forestry and Arboriculture courses at our Hadlow College main campus. This is a very exciting time to get involved with a rapidly expanding department and have an input into shaping the resources and curriculum offer for the next generation of students. The majority of delivery will be full time courses at level 2 and level 3 and you will take on the role as course manager and personal tutor for one of these areas.
Horticulture Warden (maternity cover)
WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre
Full-time, fixed-term contract until 30.5.15
£13,953 to £14,687 per annum
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to undertake horticultural maintenance duties within the grounds of WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre. The successful candidate will support other members of the grounds staff in the overall maintenance and presentation of the site, ensuring the welfare of the wildfowl collection at all times.
£28,729 – £31,310 plus 7% pension
Full time – 37.5 hours per week
Location: St Albans
A unique opportunity to join a successful and growing conservation charity at an exciting time!
We are looking for an experienced Senior Planning & Biodiversity Officer to lead the Trust’s input to the planning system, to oversee our work on Local Wildlife Sites and to contribute to land advice and projects in the wider countryside.
Oxfordshire based position with excellent prospects for career development
Aspect Ecology specialises in providing ecological consultancy services to a well-established base of high profile clients in both the public and private sectors. Due to the success and expansion of the business, we have an excellent opportunity for a qualified graduate / post graduate / post doc to develop their career and to fulfil their potential undertaking challenging and interesting project work within a professional and friendly team environment.
North Ayrshire Council
Pyecombe Golf Club
Pyecombe is a members’ club, situated six miles north of Brighton, set in the heart of the South Downs National Park. The duties will include a range of golf course maintenance tasks including some construction, treework and conservation activities to present the Golf Course to the highest standards for members and the paying public.
The hours are 40 a week with early morning starts (6am in the summer) and occasional weekends (part-time, paid at overtime rates) on a rota basis. Pay will be according to experience.
Location: Stoneleigh, Warwickshire
Hours: 18 hrs (based on 37.5 hrs week; actual hours subject to negotiation)
Salary: £25,000 pro rata
Contract: Initially 1 year with likely extension
To be based with LEAF at Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, this part-time post will co-ordinate the work of Care Farming UK and help develop the care farming movement by managing services, sharing good practice and networking, and co-ordinating the development and delivery of information and research findings.
Volunteer posts advertised week beginning8/12/14
Reforestation & Recycling Volunteer, Green Life Volunteers
Horticulture Team Volunteer, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (23/1)
Mammal HQ Volunteer, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (9/1)
Education Group Leader Volunteer, National Trust, Ashridge Estate (31/1)
Volunteer Assistant Warden – South Walney, Cumbria Wildlife Trust (5/1)
Volunteer Conservation Officer x 2, The Wildlife Trust BCN (11/1)
Guide & Conservation Volunteers – Residential x 2, Whale & Dolphin Conservation (12/1)
Guide & Events Volunteer – Residential, Whale & Dolphin Conservation (12/1)
Guide & Events Volunteer – Residential, Whale & Dolphin Conservation (12/1)
Voluntary Placement – Ranger Team, Northumberland National Park
Voluntary Marine Awareness Assistant x 2, Devon Wildlife Trust (23/1)
New Naturalists Programme, Northumberland National Park
Seasonal Activities Volunteer, Lancashire Wildlife Trust
Family Activities Volunteer, RSPB
Family Event Helpers, RSPB
Work Days advertised in the last week
3/1/15 Ballachurry Wetlands workday on Isle of Man with Manx Wildlife Trust Southern Group
30/1/15 Conservation Work Party at Eycott Hill Site of Special Scientific Interest in Penrith organised by Cumbria Wildlife Trust
10/2/15 Conservation Work Party at Gosling Sike Farm in Carlisle with Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Conservation Work Party on 28/2/15 at Hutton Roof Crags Nature Reserve- Lancelot Clark Stort with Cumbria Wildlife Trust
6/3/15 Conservation work party at Dubbs Moss Nature Reserve, Cockermouth run by Cumbria Wildlife Trust
8/4/15 Conservation Work Party at Drumburgh Moss National Nature Reserve with Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Cumbria Wildlife Trust is running a Conservation Work Party on 22/4/15 at Quarry Banks Nature Reserve
3rd Friday of every month Yorkshire Wildlife Trust runs the Woodhouse Washlands Practical Task Days nr Sheffield
Jan - April 2015 over various Weekdays Yorkshire Wildlife Trust will run Peat Restoration Practical Task Days at Thorne Moor National Nature Reserve
Inland Waterways Association (IWA) has released the dates for work parties across the country in January and February
Full-time, salary scale 3 (£22,549 - £25,000)
We are looking for an individual who has a proven track record in supervising, motivating and training a team of staff and volunteers in practical estate management tasks. The successful candidate will be expected to carry out the day to day supervision of the Estate Ranger team, training them in best practice techniques for land management and creating, managing and reporting on work programmes.
CHMS Ltd is a small family run ecological and forestry Company based in Cornwall that work throughout Cornwall and Devon. Due to recent and ongoing awarded contracts, we are seeking three full time employees to work within the ecological mitigation and forestry maintenance team.
This post is offered as a fixed term contract to 31st December 2016, based at Rainton Meadows, Houghton-le-Spring.
DWT are seeking a person to take day to day responsibility for the communication between the Trust, its members and the wider public. To regularly update the Trust’s website and to make effective use of the Trusts social networking sites – Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Also to help the Trust grow its membership by maximising the retention of existing members and the recruitment of new members. To be the staff lead for the Trust’s membership magazine, generating ideas, commissioning and compiling content and working closely with the Editor and external design team.
Full-time, permanent post
£21-23k pa. (depending on experience)
Location: Bickley Hall Farm, Cheshire, SY14 8EF
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is recruiting a communications officer to deliver our publications, promote excellent external relations, develop our online presence, encourage participation in events and activities and contribute specialist communications knowledge to the wider organisation. The post holder will ensure the Wildlife Trust is recognised and respected for its role and work, promote positive, clear communications for the Trust and raise its profile.
County Hall, Hertford
Full Time Permanent
£19,048 – 25,440 per annum
Hertfordshire’s Countryside Management Service (CMS) is unique in several ways. One of the first countryside management projects to be established in the UK, we help local communities care for the countryside while promoting opportunities to enjoy it. The secret of our success rests on levels of passion, ambition and innovation that are hard to beat. In this exciting environment, we’re looking for a practically minded proactive person to join our county-wide team: a diverse area that extends from Cheshunt to the Chilterns.
£22,443 to £33,998 Career Graded
This is an exciting opportunity for arboriculturists to broaden their
horizons whilst working on a wide range of projects, including strategy
and policy development, within a team dealing with a variety of
environmental issues. A large part of the role is the strategic
protection and enhancement of the trees within the Borough through the
management of Tree Preservation
Volunteer posts advertised week beginning 1/12/14
Research Assistant, Sea Watch Foundation (10/1)
Voluntary Trainee Ranger, Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust (19/12)
Volunteer Rangers, Durlston Country Park & NNR
Skokholm Long Term Volunteers 2015, Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales
Education & Awareness Assistant, Sea Watch Foundation (4/1)
Practical Volunteer Officer, The Conservation Volunteers, York Office
Full Time Volunteer Ranger, National Trust (5/1)
Conservation & Access Volunteer Officer, The Conservation Volunteers (5/1)
Research Internship, Sea Watch Foundation
Community Fundraising Pin Badge Box Minder, RSPB Cymru
Volunteer Walkover Surveyors, Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust (15/1)
Mosslands Community Involvement Volunteer Assistant, Lancashire Wildlife Trust (31/12)
Health Walk Leaders, Countryside Management Service, Herts County Council
Mosslands Wild Families Volunteer, Lancashire Wildlife Trust (31/12)
Work Days advertised in the last week
The Conservation Volunteers run Biodiversity Action Team events in Hampshire through from December to March
Reserve Work Party, Spring Wood on 11/1/15 Staunton Harold Reservoir, Derbyshire with Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
AMW Arboreal Ltd
Staff wanted for short term contract (now until at least the end of February 2015) with conservation contracting company (AMW), working on designated sites throughout Scotland.
Duties will include but not limited to ditch damming, chipping, stump treatment and chainsaw work for scrub.
Rural Development Initiatives Ltd.
We’re recruiting for a highly motivated individual to work on a unique, ground breaking project for the forestry sector in England. The project will be run in partnership with the Institute of Chartered Foresters and employers from across the forestry sector. The successful person will manage the development and running of a Professional Development Network for foresters. This will involve working with forestry SMEs and producing and delivering professional development plans, courses, events and e-based learning.
exeGesIS SDM Ltd is a well-respected environmental and software development consultancy and is the company behind many of the UK's leading countryside management solutions. We are expanding our team in response to increase demand for our services and have several positions to fill:
Software Application Developers (3 posts)
Software Application Test Manager
Technical Project Manager
Simonsbath House Outdoor Centre, Simonsbath, Exmoor, Somerset TA24 7SH
March 2015, £13,295 - £17,680p.a. dep. on experience
You would be working as part of the Simonsbath House Team delivering Outdoor and Environmental Education courses to visiting groups. Developing and managing a community programme of activities. Developing and leading a yearly walking holiday programme for adult visitors and contributing to the overall activity programme of Simonsbath House.
Tim Moya Associates, Harlow, Essex.
Salary £30,950 - £37,000 + profit-related bonus scheme.
Tim Moya Associates are seeking a Project Ecologist to join the team. We are looking for an experienced ecologist capable of undertaking and managing a variety of field surveys and mitigation and communicating effectively to clients. The successful candidate will enjoy a variety of site and office work.
TMA Ecology are involved in a wide range of projects including for utilities companies, house builders and local authorities.
The North York Moors National Park is one of the most beautiful landscapes in the UK. We have ambitious conservation aims and need high quality conservation professionals to help achieve them.
£13.5K (24 months fixed-term)
A great opportunity to put your academic knowledge into practice and develop your career with two years practical work experience.
On Foot Forestry Ltd
On Foot Forestry Ltd is a small forestry and countryside maintenance business and works on various projects throughout the UK. We are seeking 5 brush cutter operators to work on a 3 month vegetation management contract in Hampshire involving work on SSSI, ancient monument and forestry restock sites.
Working within the Penhale Sands Special Area of Conservation and working closely with Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Penhale Dunes Ranger you will develop and lead an innovative program of wildlife activities for guests and caravan owners alike. You will not be afraid to muck in where needed at the busiest times.
Salary £15000 - £17000
Hours variable 6 day week through peak season
week beginning 24/11/14
opportunities across the Midlands with Warwickshire
opportunities across the Midlands with Warwickshire
with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
Botanic Gardens Education Network (bgen)
Part-time freelance position (approx 2-3 days per week)
Salary: £12.50 per hour
The bgen committee invites tenders to provide administration services to support the bgen committee to enable it to deliver bgen services to its members.
Volunteer posts advertised week beginning 24/11/14
Bottlenose Dolphin Research Volunteers, Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre
7/2/15 Essex Wildlife Trust Volunteer Open Day at Writtle College
Volunteer Placement, Kith & Kin Forest School
Nature Force Volunteers, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
Trainee opportunities across the Midlands
We are looking for ten trainees to make a Wilder Career Choice. The project will give you the skills required by today’s nature conservationists – practical habitat management, ecological surveying, environmental education and the ability to engage with volunteers and the public.
Each traineeship will last for one year and trainees will receive a bursary of £9000. Positions are available with Wildlife Trusts in Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Birmingham and Leicestershire & Rutland and Wyre Community Land Trust.