£27,574.00 - £30,590.00 Per Annum
Permanent, full-time role
Please note that due to the nature of this role and its location, the successful candidate should be able to travel to remote locations without the use of public transport.
We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, positive and self-motivated Conservation Officer with a proven track record of working in the UK uplands, particularly in areas with Driven Grouse Shooting who has experience of partnership working at an inter-organisational level, to work within our Forest of Bowland Priority Landscape
About the role
Conservation Officers have a key role in managing and delivering projects, in association with RSPB colleagues. This includes those led by RSPB and RSPB’s delivery in wider partnerships, particularly within priority landscapes. The role has an important external element, for someone with the ability to see and respect the situation and perspectives of others, who has an open mind in respect of the differing forms of upland management and who can build positive relationships with key partners and stakeholders so that our collective policies and messages are understood and furthered within and outwith the Forest of Bowland.
What we need from you
Closing: 23:59, 21 January 2022
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Closing Date: 21/01/2022 Location: Lancaster