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REF 2311-DIRECT-17/6                     JOB RURAL POLICY OFFICER

BE4 14/6/02 IV 27/7/02                     LOC EDINBURGH

PAY 17000-22000                             FOR RSPB

Provide cross-departmental support for the development & promotion of key policy areas which impact upon rural Scotland. Develop a broad-based understanding of a wide range of policy areas combined with the ability to focus on specific sectors & issues as the need arises. Good general knowledge of a broad range of policy areas of relevance to rural Scotland & degree in a relevant land-use or environmental discipline are essential. Excellent written & verbal communication skills with ability to analyse & evaluate a variety of topics & incoming material. Experience in conservation policy work and/or land management required.  Send A4 SAE to Lorna Wilkie, RSPB Scotland Headquarters, Dunedin House, 235 Revelston Terrace, Edinburgh, EH4 3TP.

 

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logo: RSPBREF 2311-DIRECT-17/6                     JOB RURAL POLICY OFFICER

BE4 14/6/02 IV 27/7/02                     LOC EDINBURGH

PAY 17000-22000                             FOR RSPB

Provide cross-departmental support for the development & promotion of key policy areas which impact upon rural Scotland. Develop a broad-based understanding of a wide range of policy areas combined with the ability to focus on specific sectors & issues as the need arises. Good general knowledge of a broad range of policy areas of relevance to rural Scotland & degree in a relevant land-use or environmental discipline are essential. Excellent written & verbal communication skills with ability to analyse & evaluate a variety of topics & incoming material. Experience in conservation policy work and/or land management required. Send A4 SAE to Lorna Wilkie, RSPB Scotland Headquarters, Dunedin House, 235 Revelston Terrace, Edinburgh, EH4 3TP.

 

Enhanced Listing - 20

REF 2311-DIRECT-17/6                          LOC EDINBURGH

BE4 14/6/02 IV 27/7/02                          PAY 17000-22000                            

Provide cross-departmental support for the development & promotion of key policy areas which impact upon rural Scotland. Develop a broad-based understanding of a wide range of policy areas combined with the ability to focus on specific sectors & issues as the need arises. Good general knowledge of a broad range of policy areas of relevance to rural Scotland & degree in a relevant land-use or environmental discipline are essential. Excellent written & verbal communication skills with ability to analyse & evaluate a variety of topics & incoming material. Experience in conservation policy work and/or land management required. Send A4 SAE to Lorna Wilkie, RSPB Scotland Headquarters, Dunedin House, 235 Revelston Terrace, Edinburgh, EH4 3TP.

  

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Cost: 55 for 200 words, additional words at 25 per hundred (max 500)

Natural Assets Project Ecological Surveyor

Gwent Wildlife Trust        Salary: 18, 500 (pro rata). Full time post for 6 months.

An Ecological Surveyor is required on a 6-month contract from April - September 2002 to identify Local Wildlife Sites (or SINCs) in Monmouthshire, as part of the Monmouthshire Natural Assets Project.

The post holder will be required to carry out botanical surveys of potential Local Wildlife Sites identified from desk based analysis, and produce site survey reports, liaise with landowners and provide land management advice.  This will include advising landowners on the Natural Assets Grant Scheme (a small grants scheme for habitat works on Local Wildlife Sites). The successful applicant will be self-motivated and willing to work alone in the field, with a degree in ecology or a related field, and at least two years relevant experience especially with botanical field survey.  A full driving license and use of own vehicle is essential.

The post will be based at Gwent Wildlife Trust offices near Monmouth but the post holder will be expected to travel throughout Monmouthshire.

The Natural Assets Project will help identify Local Wildlife Sites and support landowners and local communities to preserve and enhance these high value nature sites, with management advice, events and a small grant scheme.  It is supported by funding under Axes 3 of the Rural Development Plan for Wales which is jointly funded by the European Union and the Welsh Assembly Government. 

Closing date for applications: 24th February 2002.  Interviews will be held on 2nd March 2002

For further information and to download an application pack please see: web address. Completed applications should be sent to Nicola Stone, Gwent Wildlife Trust, Seddon House, Dingestow, Monmouth. NP25 4DY. nstone[at]gwentwildlife.org

For more information about the post itself please contact  Gwent Wildlife Trust .

 

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Cost: 55 for 200 words, additional words at 25 per hundred (max 500); Logos 45 each

 

logo: WWTConservation Policy Officer

WWT HQ, Slimbridge

37.5 hours per week

Fixed-term contract

25,110 - 26,432 per annum

The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a leading wetland conservation organisation saving wetlands for wildlife and people in the UK and across the world.   

Do you have the drive to make wetlands secure for wildlife and people through influencing government? We are looking for a dynamic individual who is a good communicator to play a pivotal role in delivering an environment rich in quality wetlands through our Conservation Policy Unit. You will help influence the development of key areas of environmental policy over the coming years. This will be a challenging but rewarding post, within an established and increasingly influential team, working across WWT at all levels, and with a range of other NGOs in the sector and beyond. 

For more information, and to apply for the role, please visit: web address

Closing date for applications is 2nd March 2002.                        Interviews will take place 23rd March 2002.

Saving wetlands for wildlife and people        Registered Charity Number England & Wales, no 1030884 and Scotland, no SC039410          Investor in people

 

 

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