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Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Green Lanes for Bumblebees Project Trainee fixed term (1st April-18th October)

 

The Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT) is looking for a full time project trainee to develop new sites in Romney Marsh, Kent.

 

Your primary role will be to undertake bumblebee and wildflower surveys, engage with farmers and other land owners, to do habitat management work with volunteers and conduct outreach activities.

 

This position is part of the ‘Green Lanes for Bumblebees’ Project of The Fifth Continent Landscape Partnership Scheme. This is an initiative by the Romney Marsh Living Landscape Partnership which has Heritage Lottery Funding for habitat improvements, community engagement opportunities and training programmes for the people and wildlife of the Romney Marsh area. Kent Wildlife Trust is leading on the Scheme.

 

You will be self-motivated, hardworking, physically fit and practical with the ability to prioritise time on the essentials of a task. You will have a degree in a relevant subject, hold a drivers licence, have experienced being or working with volunteers and good expertise on Microsoft Word and a statistical package. Desirably you will have some experience in wild flower and bumblebee identification, GIS and report writing experience and have knowledge of health and safety procedures.

 

This is a full-time, fixed term position until 18th October 2019 based at home-and in the field in Romney Marsh.

 

The closing date is 5pm 18th January 2019.

 

For more details of the role and to apply please go to our website 

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