Location: RSPB Cymru - Bangor
Salary: £27,574 - £30,590 per annum
Benefits: Pension, Life Assurance and Annual Leave
Duration: 15 months
RSPB Cymru has the opportunity to save species on the Llyn peninsula and Isle of Anglesey, including the red-billed chough, spotted rock-rose and large mason bee. It's part of a national scheme called Natur am Byth! which RSPB Cymru will be collaborating with partners, private landowners and communities to develop conservation plans for species. By developing these plans, we're looking for someone who can engage and empower people as their involvement will be crucial to conservation efforts.
The Natur am Byth! partnership unites 9 environmental charities and Natural Resources Wales to deliver the country's largest natural heritage and outreach programme to save species from extinction and reconnect people to nature. Supported by National Lottery Heritage Fund and Welsh Government, never has a partnership of so many voluntary organisations and Welsh environment body worked together to tackle this.
This role will be integral to the development of the project (see advert for list of project partners and species).
The role will involve:
This is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
Closing date: 24th October 2021 at 23:59
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Closing Date: 24/10/2021 Location: Bangor