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Logo: Woodland TrustAssistant Site Manager (Langley Vale Wood and Surrey) – Salary £22,000 - £24,000

 

About Us

 

The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity.  We want to see a UK rich in native woods and trees, for people and wildlife. The Trust aims to engage and inspire people about woods and trees to help us meet our vision of creating, restoring and protecting woodland. We own and care for over 1,000 woodland sites across the United Kingdom and support the creation and management of woodland on others’ land.

 

The Role

 

We’re looking for an Assistant Site Manager to join the regional estate team and support our Site Manager at Langley Vale Wood and other Site Managers across Surrey and the South East region.

 

In this role, you will provide operational and in particular on-site management support at Langley Vale Wood, to deliver the First World War Centenary Wood Project. You’ll also provide management support on other sites in Surrey with the impacts of Ash Dieback and other tree pests and diseases, as well as support the delivery the Trust’s estate work programme and wider regional operations and activities.

 

You’ll support day to day land based operations, liaise with neighbours and the public and maximise the opportunity for visitor engagement, community and volunteer involvement at key sites. Using Woodland Trust systems and databases you will carry out tree inspections, recording, risk assessments and implement planned works.

 

The Candidate

 

You will need previous experience of  working in the forestry or conservation sector in a land based role.  Specifically you’ll need experience of working with and managing countryside contracts and contractors, volunteers and have engaged with a wide variety of users, visitors, communities and neighbours.  Ideally you will have a relevant qualification to support your experience.

 

With a positive and results focussed approach  you’ll be determined to seek successful outcomes from every scenario. You’ll be able to work and communicate with others effectively, be commercially aware and flexible to changing demands.  You’ll be organised and thorough and have high standards and expectations for the works you manage.

 

A full driving licence or the ability to undertake travel across a wide area, sometimes to remote locations is a must.  You will be expected to live within, or very close to the counties listed against the post.

 

What You Can Expect

 

There’s no other organisation like the Woodland Trust. Whatever you do here you will be supporting our work to protect and enhance woods and trees. In return we recognise and value our people. You'll have our full support, training and opportunities for professional development, along with a contributory pension, life assurance and good holiday entitlement.

 

Closing date 20 October 2019

 

Please apply via the website  

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