Salary: £26,192pa (plus 7% pension)
Closing date: Sunday 10 July
Would you like to join an expert group of farm advisers providing guidance, support and technical knowledge to help farm businesses adapt for the future - enhancing opportunities for wildlife and improving water quality?
Working Wetlands represents one of the largest and longest-running landscape scale restoration projects. It aims to improve the quality and extent of semi-natural habitats and the associated ecosystem services (such as water and soils) across multiple drinking water catchments making best use of nature based solutions. The project delivers a significant part of South West Water’s Upstream Thinking programme.
Devon Wildlife Trust (DWT) is Devon’s leading wildlife conservation charity, with over 37,000 members, over 300 active volunteers, 100 staff and 60 nature reserves. We are one of the larger locally based organisations that collectively make up The Wildlife Trusts. DWT has pioneered the reintroduction of beavers in England and the restoration of internationally rare habitats like Culm Grassland.
In return for your hard work and dedication you’ll enjoy a wide range of benefits including:
This is a full-time, permanent post based at Cookworthy.
Interviews are being held on Monday 25 July.
We welcome candidates of all backgrounds and abilities who meet the essential criteria for this role. We are an inclusive organisation that is seeking to involve more diverse audiences in our work.
You can download an application pack here
DWT is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment.
Registered Charity Number no 213224
Closing Date: 10/07/2022 Location: Cookworthy