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Logo: Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust Connecting Steps Project Assistant  


Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust wish to recruit a project assistant to help deliver our Connecting Steps project as part of the Sheffield Lakeland Partnership project.


Do you feel you are able to inspire people about the landscape and its natural and cultural heritage? We have an exciting opportunity for someone to encourage more people to visit the Sheffield Lakeland areas. 


Connecting Steps is part of a wider Heritage Lottery funded project - Sheffield Lakeland Landscape Partnership.  The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, self-motivated and able to work with limited direct supervision.   


We are looking for someone to develop relationships with local community groups/organisations to inspire and encourage them to take part in the activities.   


The role will involve planning and delivering a programme of seasonal nature based activities to help people feel more connected and understand the landscape. You will be working with adults and taking the lead on the activity sessions which include guided walks, nature photography and practical craft activities using natural materials. There will be opportunities to signpost participants onto other activities within the Sheffield Landscape areas.


Logo: Heritage Lottery Fund - Lottery FundedFor more information about the post contact Jenny King - Wild at Heart (Connecting Steps) project officer 0114 2634335 email j.king@wildsheffield.com


To apply please download an application pack here or request one from the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust Human Resources Department.  Please email recruitment@wildsheffield.com, call the office on 0114 263 4335, or write to Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, 37 Stafford Road, Sheffield, S2 2SF.  When you request an application pack please state you saw this post advertised with CJS.  

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