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Logo: Herts and Middlesex Wildlife TrustThis new role will help to protect local wildlife by carrying out practical nature reserve management across Herts and Middlesex.

 

Assistant Reserves Officer

 

£20,110 - £23,670 plus 7% pension

Full time (37.5 hours per week)  

 

Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust is a local charity supported by people who care about protecting wildlife. Our vision is of a Living Landscape, where we work with others to improve our towns and countryside for wildlife. With volunteers, we manage a network of more than 40 nature reserves. Our staff team is enthusiastic and committed to wildlife conservation and exemplifies our values of professionalism, valuing contributions by others and continually striving to improve.

 

Based from St Albans, the Assistant Reserves Officer will carry out practical habitat management on our nature reserves, lead volunteer tasks, survey trees and infrastructure and help to look after livestock. They will raise the profile of the Wildlife Trust through guided walks and events.

 

Applicants should have a qualification in biological / environmental science or countryside management and an understanding of wildlife and nature conservation. We are looking for someone with good practical habitat management experience, as well as working with volunteers.

 

Experience of tree safety management and working with livestock would be advantageous. You will have excellent communication skills, attention to detail and a passion for what we do.

 

If you would like an informal discussion about this post, please call Laura Baker, the Trustís Nature Reserves Manager on 01727 858901 ext 233. 

 

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