£27,574.00 - £30,590.00 Per Annum
This is a Permanent, Full-Time role
RSPB Scotland have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, positive and self-motivated Conservation Officer to work within our area team. They will be responsible for helping to deliver the work of RSPB’s conservation team within the Argyll Arran and Ardnamurchan operational area, to ensure delivery of the relevant outcomes of RSPB’s 2030 Strategy - including relevant projects such as our Priority Landscapes. Although you will be based at the Glasgow office, many aspects of the role can be carried out remotely, so there is flexibility to work from home.
What’s the role about?
The Conservation officer’s priorities will include responding to forestry and planning casework with the aim to of delivering positive gains for biodiveristy, providing landowner advice and leading on black grouse lek monitoring. The post-holder will be involved in the delivery for the area’s two landscape-scale Priority Landscapes focused around the Argyll Islands and Argyll-Morvern rainforest; to be achieved by deploying appropriate conservation tools such as casework, species recovery, land management advice, conservation projects and engagement in land use policy. This will include working closely with colleagues based in the planning team and other sections of the organisation and the post-holder must also have the ability to work in wider external partnerships, requiring respecting the perspectives of others and building positive relationships with key partners and stakeholders. They will also be expected to contribute operational experience to RSPB Scotland’s, policy and advocacy work and contribute to the delivery of our funding and communications objectives.
Essential qualifications, knowledge, skills and experience:
Closing:10 December 2021
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Closing Date: 10/12/2021 Location: Glasgow