Natur am Byth! Heritage Lottery Fund Partnership
Job Title: High Brown Fritillary Project Development Officer
Responsible to: Head of Conservation Wales, Scotland & N Ireland
Location: Project site is situated in and around the Alun Valley, Old Castle Down and surrounding area in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. The expectation is that you will be home based although BC have an office at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales, Carmarthenshire.
Salary: £24,551 - £28,363 per annum, plus 8% pension contribution
Duration: Part-time (0.6fte) from 1st December 2021 – 28th February 2023
This is an exciting opportunity to become involved with a Wales ‘first’ species conservation project. We are seeking an experienced, motivated, enthusiastic, diligent and determined Project development Officer to deliver this single species development project in the Vale of Glamorgan, and wider environs, with an emphasis both on engagement and species management. You will build partnerships, develop contacts and build a suite of projects as well and engage with local landowners, experts and other NaB! Partners and contractors.
Within NaB! the High Brown Fritillary is one of a small number of Single Species projects that will be delivered. The High Brown Fritillary is Great Britain’s most threatened butterfly species, and also the butterfly showing the greatest level of historical decline across Wales and the rest of the UK (with a 96% decrease in its distribution). Only a single colony remains in Wales, with the species having been restricted to the Old Castle Down and Cwm Alun in the Vale of Glamorgan for some time. As such, the species is highly vulnerable to extinction and is listed as being of high priority in the Butterfly Conservation Wales Conservation Strategy 2025.
For further details, and for more information on the role in Welsh, please download our Job Pack for more information
Closing date for applications is midday 8th October 2021
Interviews will be held week commencing 18th October 2021
Candidates must have the right to work in the UK.
No agencies please.
Closing Date: 08/10/2021 Location: Vale of Glamorgan