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Peatland Programme Manager - Wales - RSPB

Logo: RSPB

Location: Flexible in Wales
Salary: £33,600 - £36,275 Per Annum
Duration: Fixed Term for 2 years / Hours: Full Time for 37.5 hours per week

Do you want to operate at scale to help tackle the nature and climate emergency? The RSPB Cymru team is building significant expertise in peatland restoration, delivering multiple benefits from species recovery, restoring habitats, flood attenuation and reduced carbon emissions. We're looking for someone with existing knowledge of peatland restoration and the Peatland Code to build on this expertise.

Peatland Project Support Officer - North Pennines AONB Partnership

Logo: North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership

Grade 9 £29,174 to £32,798

An opportunity has arisen for a Peatland Project Support Officer until 30 September 2023 based in our AONB Office in Stanhope.

The post-holder will work on the North Pennines AONB Partnership’s Peatland Programme team in a supportive role to the Field Officer. The post holder will be able to negotiate with landowners, keepers and agents access for restoration work. To survey and develop specifications for peatland restoration contracts and to supervise and manage peatland restoration contractors.

Flexible Assistant Park Manager (FTC) - The Royal Parks

Logo: The Royal Parks

Hyde Park, London

We are now looking for a Flexible Assistant Park Manager to join our team for an 18 month fixed term contract on a full-time basis, working 36 hours per week.

The Royal Parks (TRP) is a charity created in March 2017. We manage over 5,000 acres of diverse parkland, rare habitats and historic buildings and monuments in eight Royal Parks across London. These are: Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, The Green Park, St James’s Park, The Regent's Park and Primrose Hill, Greenwich Park, Richmond Park and Bushy Park.

National Forest for Wales Team Leader - Natural Resources Wales

Logo: Natural Resources Wales

Location: Flexible

Salary: £39,700 - £44,522 (Grade 7)

Contract type: Permanent appointment to undertake a time-limited role until 31 August 2025. When the post ends the post holder will be managed in line with our redeployment procedures.

Work pattern: 37 hours

The National Forest is a long term, strategic programme for Wales led by Welsh Government. It is an umbrella programme under which various initiatives, partnerships and funding mechanisms will operate at different spatial and temporal scales.

Environmental Consultants (all grades) - Ecological Impact Assessment - Environment Systems Limited

Environment Systems Limited

We are currently recruiting for Environmental Consultants for Ecological Impact Assessment work at all grades ranging from Ecological Consultant to Principal Consultant.

These are permanent, full-time or part-time posts and can be based anywhere in the UK (home/hybrid/office working).

£35,000 – £50,000 dependent on experience.

Arboriculture Contract Manager - Glendale

Logo: Glendale

Are you a Leader? Are you Proactive? Are you Results-Driven?

If you identify with the above, this role was made for you!

At Glendale, we have a great new opportunity for an Assistant Contract Manager to support the General Manager in the day-to-day operation of the Contract, planning the tasks and resources to ensure a high-quality, efficient and safe service.

And most importantly, you will be joining a company that can offer valuable career prospects and believes in investing in its people.

Operations Arb Team Leader - Westcountry Rivers Trust

Logo: Westcountry Rivers Trust

Salary range £22,800 – £27,800 per annum dependent on experience.

We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Operational team. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to work for WRT, a dynamic and aspirational organisation at the forefront of environmental thinking and practical conservation in the UK today.

This role will provide a Team Leader position and additional support to the Operational team across a varied programme of work.

This role will support with a mixture of site based delivery opportunities on a range of WRT projects.

Operations Trainee Team Leader - Westcountry Rivers Trust

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Salary range £19,130 – £21,500 Per annum dependent on experience.

We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Operational team. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to work for WRT, a dynamic and aspirational organisation at the forefront of environmental thinking and practical conservation in the UK today. This role will provide a Trainee Team Leader position and additional support to the Operational team across a varied programme of work.

Project Administrator (Birds on the Edge) - North York Moors National Park Authority

Logo: North York Moors National Park Authority

Helmsley, York

Birds on the Edge is a National Lottery Heritage Funded project to conserve populations of bird species that thrive ‘on the edge’ of different habitats, including the Turtle Dove, Song Thrush, Yellowhammer and Restart. This exciting project has a variety of projected outputs to survey and conserve these species through targeted habitat interventions and engage local communities with the natural environment.

Project Officer (Birds on the Edge) - North York Moors National Park Authority

Logo: North York Moors National Park Authority

York

We are now looking for a Birds on the Edge Project Officer, to join our team in Helmsley on a part-time basis for a four-year fixed term contract (15 hours / week).

This is a brilliant opportunity for a talented conservation project professional to bring their excellent knowledge and experience to our organisation for this exceptional project.

Field Studies & Activities Instructor - Lochranza Centre CIC

Logo: Lochranza

Fixed term (28-35 hrs PW) contract from until mid November with possible 2023 contract from January until November..

National Living Wage Level £9.50 per hour 28 to 35 hr week.

Lochranza Centre CIC, Isle of Arran - We are an Outdoor Education Centre in a fantastic part of the world. We provide educational Field Studies in Geography, Geology & Biology to School groups & Youth Organisations. We also provide a range of adventure activities including Gorge Walking, Abseiling & Canoeing.

There has never been a better time to join an Outdoor Centre! Schools are keen to get back to giving students the added value to their education that residential trips can provide.

Rangers in Essex - Essex Wildlife Trust

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Essex Wildlife Trust are recruiting three passionate and enthusiastic Rangers.

Ranger at Abberton Reservoir - Colchester

Permanent / Full-time

Ranger at Langdon Nature Discovery Park - Basildon

Permanent / Full-time

Ranger (Langdon Lake and Meadow) - Basildon

Permanent / 22.5 hours per week

Site Pipeline Development - Project Officer - Freshwater Habitats Trust

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£25-£30k per annum

Permanent contract

Home working / close proximity to Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire essential

We are looking for an enthusiastic Project Officer to develop a pipeline of habitat creation, management and monitoring projects for ponds, fens, headwater streams and floodplains in Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Funded by the Natural Environment Investment Readiness Fund, the project explores the integration of district licensing for great crested newts with the delivery of wider biodiversity net gain for freshwater habitats. The project specifically focuses on small waters which an increasing range of evidence worldwide indicates are critical for freshwater biodiversity.

Senior Freshwater Invertebrate Biologist - Freshwater Habitats Trust

Logo: Freshwater Habitats Trust

£32-35k p/a depending on experience

Oxford

Initial 1-year full time contract, with the expectation of conversion to a permanent position for suitable applicants.

We are looking for an experienced freshwater invertebrate biologist to undertake standard freshwater invertebrate surveys of streams, ponds, ditches and other freshwater habitats, and to identify invertebrate samples at both family and species level.

Education & Engagement Officer - North West Highlands Geopark

Contract length: 3 years

We are looking for an enthusiastic and hardworking individual to fill the role of Education & Engagement Officer - to work with communities in the North West Highlands Geopark to engage them with the ACT Geopark programme and climate action activities.

Woodland Public Access Advisor - Forestry Commission

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£42,462 - £46,029
Forest Services are the Government’s forestry experts. We work nationally and locally on unlocking the full potential of woodlands and the forestry sector to protect, improve, expand and connect England’s valuable woodland assets. The Woodland Access Advisor will develop FS policy and guidance to support the delivery of the Government’s ambitions on woodland access.

Lead Ranger - Dorset Council

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Permanent

37 hours per week (occasional evening or weekend work)

£29,174 - £33,486

Avon Heath Country Park

An exciting opportunity is available for 2 Leader Rangers in East Dorset, based near Ringwood. You will demonstrate a passion and knowledge for management of greenspaces and access to the countryside. This understanding will be underpinned by a wide range of practical skills in greenspace management and experience of working with contractors, volunteers and the public. This role is an excellent opportunity for an individual with experience in countryside management to lead in the management and development of Dorset Council’s portfolio of countryside, rights of way and greenspace in East Dorset.

Assistant Park Ranger - Cheshire East Council

Logo: Cheshire East Council

Salary: £20,444 - £22,129 per annum

Hours per week: 37

Employment Type: Permanent

Location: Knutsford

Tatton Park is a 2000 acre estate managed by Cheshire East Council on behalf of the National Trust, and receives 840,000 visitors annually. It has 4 major attractions of the Mansion, Gardens, Farm and the parkland itself. We host many outdoor events including the RHS Flower Show, Car Shows and Concerts. The estate incorporates a diverse and unique range of habitats landscapes and visitor opportunities: from deer park to SSSI meres. In order to maintain high standards of site presentation, engage and assist with visitors, undertake practical conservation/maintenance tasks we require a new Assistant Park Ranger to work as part of team caring for the estate.

Dorenell Ranger - EDF Energy

Logo: EDF

Location: Dorenell Visitor Centre (AB54 4EL)

EDF Renewables is recruiting for someone with a passion for nature and the outdoors to join our Dorenell Wind Farm Ranger Service team, based at the Dorenell Visitor Centre in the Cabrach, Moray. The Ranger Service is a small team that undertakes year-round environmental monitoring on Dorenell Wind Farm alongside a programme of guided walks and events on the Dorenell Waymarked trails and in the wider community. As part of this team, you’ll help develop our outdoor education programme, where we aim to encourage people to lead a healthier lifestyle by getting outdoors and connecting with nature, while exploring ways to protect it through practical conservation, sustainable living and renewable energy.

Coast Path Connectors Project Manager - South West Cast Path Association

Logo: South West Coast Path Association

Location: Royal William Yard, Plymouth

An exciting opportunity has arisen within South West Coast Path team for an experienced and enthusiastic Project Manager to lead our new ‘Coast Path Connectors’ project made possible by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Dorset Dogs Area Project Officer - Dorset Council

Logo: Urban Heaths Partnership

This is a full time fixed term post until 31st March 2025 in line with existing funding.

The Urban Heaths Partnership (UHP) is looking for A Dorset Dogs Area Project Officer to help deliver the nationally recognised and prestigious Dorset Dogs project. This role involves promoting responsible dog ownership and championing positive access management for people in the countryside, liaising with partners, land managers, conservation organisations, dog owners, dog related businesses and charities. As well as public engagement activities promoting the project messages other communication channels will be used such as social media, website, leaflets, etc.

Warden Assistant - Cambridge Past, Present & Future

£10.20 per hour

Two weekends per month (30 hours per month)

We’re looking for an enthusiastic part-time Warden Assistant to support our Estates Team during busy periods at Wandlebury Country Park, Cambridge. This is a varied and hands-on role that involves dealing face-face with the public and helping us to care for countryside and heritage. You will be part of a small team that has responsibility for delivering our visitor, wildlife and heritage management.

Arboriculture Contract Manager - Glendale

Logo: Glendale

Full time, permanent

South London

At Glendale, we have a great new opportunity for an Assistant Contract Manager to support the General Manager in the day-to-day operation of the Contract, planning the tasks and resources to ensure a high-quality, efficient and safe service. This is a hands-on role involving taking the lead on the delivery of our arboriculture services in the South London area, monitoring the progress of teams on-site and taking quick and effective action to maintain both high productivity and client satisfaction.

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Net Zero Policy Adviser - Scottish Land & Estates

Logo: Scottish Land & Estates

Based at: Scottish Land & Estates’ Headquarters, Musselburgh with hybrid working options.

Hours: 34.5 hours per week with flexible working arrangements available. For the right candidate a part time position could be considered.

Salary: £28-35k depending on experience.

Scottish Land & Estates is a membership body for land managers in Scotland. We are looking to recruit a Net Zero Policy Adviser to our existing policy team. Climate Change is a growing area of work for SLE, it is encompassed in almost all areas of our current work and are looking to enhance our technical knowledge in this area, providing high quality member advice as well as strong representation of our members views and the vital role of land management in climate change, along with ensuring that the pressures and asks on land are understood at a high level.

Seasonal Environmental Education Tutor - Field Studies Council

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Field Studies Council Juniper Hall, Dorking, Surrey.

Up to £22,582 (pro-rata) per annum plus benefits

37.5 hours per week during the season (February to November each year)

Accommodation available

Our Tutors develop, plan and deliver ‘out-of-classroom learning’ activities and engage students to achieve our vision to inspire everyone to be curious, knowledgeable, passionate and caring about our environment.

Maintenance Officer - Field Studies Council

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Field Studies Council Juniper Hall, Dorking, Surrey

Up to £21,705 per annum plus benefits

37.5 hours per week.

The Maintenance Officer will be responsible for overall maintenance and improvements to the fabric, fittings and systems of the learning location buildings, grounds and plant. They will also be responsible for carrying out routine Health and Safety monitoring, checks and record keeping.

Craftsperson - Forestry England

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7 roles across the South Forest District

Contract type: Permanent, full time – 37 hours per week

Salary £22,248 - £22,646

We are looking for enthusiastic, hardworking and highly motivated team players who enjoy practical tasks in an outdoor environment. You must be able to work independently as well as part of a team. This is a varied role which undertakes a wide range of forest management, including tree planting, fencing, chainsaw work and tariffing

Project Officer (Wales) - Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Logo: Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Salary £21,788 per annum

21 hours per week, 15-month fixed term

A unique opportunity to join a successful and growing conservation charity!

Bumblebee Conservation Trust (the Trust) is looking for a part-time Project Officer to deliver conservation activities in Wales, primarily our Calon Gwenyn ‘Bee Heart’ project. Calon Gwenyn is a partnership project with Calon Wen, an organic dairy farming cooperative.

Countryside Officer - Staffordshire County Council

Logo: Staffordshire County Council

Salary: £23,953- £27,514 per annum

37 Hours per week, Permanent

Based on Country Parks, working across Staffordshire

We are looking for an experienced countryside practitioner to join our Country Parks Team. As a Countryside Officer, you will play a key role in managing our parks, local sites and greenways across the county, making sure they are in great shape for wildlife, heritage and for our communities and visitors to enjoy.

Ecologist (Planning) - Neath Port Talbot Council

Logo: Neath Port Talbot

Neath, SA11 2GG

£30,984 - £34,373

Fixed Term Post (3-Years) (potential to extend if funding secured)

Are you an Ecologist? Are you keen to see positive action taken in for nature? If you answered yes, then why not join our team? We are currently looking for a motivated Ecologist to join our team.

You will be responsible for providing ecological advice to inform the development planning process and Council projects, encouraging nature recovery and a positive response to the nature emergency.

Edinburgh Nature Network Manager - Scottish Wildlife Trust

Logo: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Status: Full Time, Fixed Term for 18 months

Salary: £30,000 per annum

Location: Leith office, with some travel within Edinburgh

We’re looking for a Nature Network Manager to support the development of Edinburgh Nature Network (ENN), improving its impact through coordinated delivery. ENN is delivered by a working group of Edinburgh Living Landscape, whose secretariat is provided by Scottish Wildlife Trust.

Project Manager – Creating Natural Connections - Scottish Wildlife Trust

Logo: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Status: Full time (35 hours p/w) until March 2023. (We are currently submitting an extension request to September 2023.)

Salary: c. £30,000-£32,000

Location: Cumbernauld

Since 2011, the Cumbernauld Living Landscape partnership has been enhancing, restoring and reconnecting green areas of the town to improve the environment for both people and wildlife. This award winning partnership is now entering a new phase and needs an experienced highly skilled project manager to lead the delivery of the Heritage Lottery funded Creating Natural Connections project

Fundraising Officer - Scottish Wildlife Trust

Logo: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Status: Full Time, Permanent

Salary: c.£26,000 – £27,500 per annum

Location: Hybrid working – Harbourside House, Edinburgh/Home

Sitting within the Individual Giving team, the Fundraising Officer will maintain and develop income from a range of sources including in memory, community fundraising and legacies, whilst having a strong focus on increasing income from digital campaigns.

Knowledge and Evidence Manager - Scottish Wildlife Trust

Logo: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Status: Full Time (35 hrs p/w), Permanent

Salary: c. £33,122 per annum

Location: Leith, Edinburgh with the flexibility of home working

To lead the development of the Trusts evidence approach to decision making ensuring the appropriate information management systems are selected, utilised and maintained. In addition, to ensure that the Trusts supports open access to information about the natural environment.

Conservation Officer – Tayside - Scottish Wildlife Trust

Logo: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Status: Full Time, Fixed Term until March 2024

Salary: £24,670.65 per annum

Location: Blairgowrie, Tayside – home-working possible; anticipated office relocation

For over 50 years, the Scottish Wildlife Trust has worked with its members, partners and supporters in pursuit of healthy, resilient ecosystems across Scotland’s land and seas for the benefit of people and wildlife. The Trust successfully champions the cause of wildlife through policy and campaigning work, demonstrates best practice through practical conservation and innovative partnerships, and inspires people to take positive action through its education and engagement activities.

Ecologist - Cornwall Council

Logo: Cornwall Council

Location: Truro, Cornwall

Salary: £29,909 - £37,567 (subject to pay & grading review)

This is an exciting time to be working in the environment sector, and as an early adopter of biodiversity net gain (BNG), Cornwall Council is seeking to recruit an additional ecologist to increase capacity within the ecology team.

This role is to work alongside the existing local planning authority (LPA) ecologist to provide responses to advice and consultation requests and to support the delivery, integration and application of biodiversity net gain across the council and its functions.

Area Ranger - National Trust

Logo: National Trust

Location: Dunwich Heath, Minsmere Road, Saxmundham, IP17 3DJ

Contract Type: Permanent contract

Salary: £25,662 per annum

The voice of our landscapes, conservation champions and lovers of all things outdoors, you’ll help to keep the British countryside and coast wonderful. Working in some of the nation’s most stunning places and spaces, come rain or shine, your love of the outdoors will inspire others as you strive to ensure that landscapes are beautifully presented and continue to take our visitors’ breath away.

Area Ranger - National Trust

Logo: National Trust

Location: Killerton, Broadclyst, Exeter, EX5 3LE

Contract Type: Permanent

Salary: £25662

Fashion-famous and full of colour, at 6,400 acres, Killerton is one of the National Trust’s largest special places. Its size and scale makes Killerton a truly wonderful place to work, with three rivers, traditional orchards, ancient woodlands and over 60km of accessible trails. With a nationally significant collection of veteran trees, a mosaic of priority habitats and ambitious plans to deliver for nature, people and climate, it’s the perfect place for rangers to grow their career

Assistant Warden - Dungeness - RSPB

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Location: Dungeness, Romney Marsh, Kent
Salary: £23,939 - £26,558 Per Annum
Duration: Fixed Term for 6 months / Hours: Full Time

This is a great opportunity to work on one of the UK’s oldest yet most diverse nature reserves. There is over 1000ha of reserve to help manage from reedbeds, grassland fields, open water lakes, vegetated shingle to our globally unique Oppen Pits with a stunning array of wildlife to enjoy.

Assistant Warden - North Kent Marshes - RSPB

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The North Kent Marshes team are looking for an enthusiastic, resilient and resourceful person to help deliver its conservation objectives across the 4 reserves on the Hoo Peninsula; Northward Hill, Cliffe Pools, Higham Marshes and Shorne Marshes until March 2023.

Location: Northward Hill

Salary: £23,939.00 - £26,558.00 Pro Rata

Hours: Full-Time, 37.5 hours per week

Contract: Fixed-Term until 31st March 2023

The North Kent reserves consist of a variety of habitats; grazing marsh, saline and brackish lagoons, woodland, scrub and reedbeds.

Warden - Forsinard Flows - RSPB

Logo: RSPB

Location: Forsinard Flows, Scotland
Salary: £26,180 - £29,043 Per Annum
Contract: Permanent / Hours: Full Time

RSPB Forsinard Flows has a fantastic opportunity for someone to join the reserve team as a Warden. The team at Forsinard Flows are looking for an enthusiastic practical candidate who will work both well in a team and independently.

Job Purpose: To join the RSPB Forsinard Flows reserve warden team responsible for the effective and efficient day to day running of the site, under the guidance of a Site Manager.

Head of Conservation - Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

This is a key role within HWT, driving forward conservation projects and activities across the county, including for our key assets at Queenswood Country Park and Bodenham Lake Local Nature Reserve. The Head of Conservation is a member of the Senior Management Team.

We are looking to focus HWT on promoting and developing Nature Recovery Networks, whilst supporting existing key habitats and species across the county, to achieve maximum conservation and biodiversity impact now and in the future.

Agriculture Regulatory Inspection Officer – Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire - Environment Agency

Logo: The Environment Agency

Do you have good knowledge of agriculture or other regulation in England? Do you want to improve our natural environment? Would you like to be at the forefront of agricultural change? This is an exciting opportunity, as we are recruiting new staff/officers covering Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire to complete regulatory inspections of farms.

Team Member / Leader - Wood-Land SW Ltd

Full time employed based near Bridgwater, Somerset.

Rates of pay dependant on skills, experience and training.

Wood-Land SW Ltd are looking for a Team Member / Leader to join our countryside contracting busniess. This is a practical field based position undertaking a wide range of countryside contracting and grounds maintenance.

Project Manager - Ecodyfi

Ecodyfi wants to contract a part-time self-employed Project Manager for 'Perennial Green Manures for climate change mitigation in the Dyfi Biosphere'. Working in the Machynlleth/Aberystwyth area.

Liaising with growers, farmers and environmental organisations, creating and distributing engaging publicity, organising events, taking part in practical work on farms and keeping the project on-track.

Site Manager - Sunart Reserves - RSPB

Logo: RSPB

Location: Glenborrodale
Salary: £33,600.00 - £37,275.00 Per Annum

Duration: Permanent Full-Time

We are looking for somebody with the knowledge, passion and energy to lead RSPB Scotland's management at our new Glencripesdale Reserve on the beautiful Morvern peninsula, and at Glenborrodale, "just across the loch" in equally amazing Ardnamurchan.

Countries Support Manager - Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland

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The Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI) is the leading charitable organisation promoting the enjoyment, study and conservation of wild plants in Britain and Ireland.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to become BSBI’s Countries Support Manager. This is a new post, created to lead and coordinate BSBI’s work to support and build the community of botanists.

The role will lead our team of Country Officers in work to support the amazing network of County Recorders, local groups and partner organisations whose common characteristic is a love of plants.

Scotland Officer - Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland

Logo: Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland

An exciting opportunity has arisen to become BSBI’s Scotland Officer. The post holder works with and supports an amazing network of County Recorders, local groups and partner organisations in Scotland whose common characteristic is a love of plants. The role aims to build this diverse community of botanists to sustain and develop the skill base; increase participation in structured surveys, recording and data flow; and drive a passion for plants. This includes supporting and enhancing BSBI’s Scottish volunteer network, promoting recording and project work, providing and facilitating training in a range of topics and raising the profile of botany and BSBI.

Countryside Worker Level 2 - ODS

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Countryside Workers will be able and willing to do challenging work outdoors, in a variety of locations, which may be remote, including moorland, heathland and woodland, interact with the public and explain their work as well as undertaking their role all year round in a variety of weathers, both on their own and as part of a team.

Salary: £10,251 year 1

Entry requirements: no formal entry requirements.

Level 2 takes 12 months with Sparsholt College

Senior Countryside Ranger - ODS

Logo: ODS

Location: Cutteslowe Park

Salary: G5: £27,657 per annum

Contractual hours: 37 / Basis: Full Time

The ODS Parks and Open Spaces Team are committed to providing a quality, effective and efficient service to the residents and visitors of Oxford. We carry out the maintenance of the Parks, Open Spaces and Cemeteries across the City.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Countryside Ranger to join ODS’s Countryside Service.

Senior Landscape Gardener - ODS

Logo: ODS

Location: Cutteslowe Park

Salary: G5: £27,657 to £28,687 per annum

Basis: Full Time / Job category/type: Permanent

ODS Group has an exciting opportunity to join our Parks Landscape team. Maintaining over 1,000 hectares of parks, green spaces and cemeteries, we have 5 Parks, 87 Play areas and circa 60,000 trees. This role is to work as part of a skilled landscape gang, providing a high level of hard and soft landscaping as well as delivering a large number of commercial services with opportunities for growth.

Forest Craftsperson - Devon - Forestry England

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Forestry England manages England’s beautiful, diverse and productive, publicly owned woods and forests, and is the largest provider of home-grown sustainably produced timber in England, selling around 1.4 million tonnes per year, nearly half the English-grown annual supply.

The West District extends from the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the majestic oak and beech woods of Savernake Forest in Wiltshire, and to Idless Woods near Truro in Cornwall. The District is managed from the District Office at Coleford, in the Forest of Dean, supported by local delivery teams in the forest beats and recreation hubs.

Assistant Warden - Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

Logo: Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

Salary: £19,650.00 - £20,043.00

Hours: Full time

Contract: Permanent

Location: Dudley

Dudley Countryside Services is seeking an Assistant Warden to join our existing team at The Leasowes Nature Reserve to help manage and conserve this important urban nature reserve.

This is an opportunity to join a well established team, responsible for all aspects of the management of Dudley's nature reserves.

Business Development Advisor (Woodland Creation) - Forestry Commission

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Salary: £35,167 - £38, 081

Never has there been a more important time for trees and forests to help tackle the climate emergency and provide a much-needed sanctuary for people and wildlife. The Department for the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Forestry Commission have set up a joint tree planting programme for England to support the forestry sector, landowners and communities in the delivery of these ambitions.

Lead Specialist Advisor, Terrestrial Species Policy - Natural Resources Wales

Logo: Natural Resources Wales

Location: Flexible

Grade & Salary: £39,700 - £44,522 (Grade 7)

Type of contract: Fixed Term Appointment until 31 March 2024

Work pattern: full time, 37 hours

There is increasing demand to develop and deliver key species policy areas to support the Nature Emergency and other areas of terrestrial species work. As an organisation we need to ensure linkages are made across all NRW’s work with respect to species conservation and management.

Gardener - National Trust for Scotland

Logo: National Trust for Scotland

Hours: 40

Location: Threave Estate

Salary range: £21,389 - £23,599 pro rata, per annum

Key Purpose: To ensure that the garden and related policies of Threave Garden and Estate are managed and maintained as a nationally-recognized garden of outstanding historical and horticultural importance; contributing to the property’s overall conservation and development, and its enjoyment by visitors and supporters.

Natural Networks Officer - Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

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Starting salary £24,000

Do you want to help us create and restore wildlife-rich habitats in Worcestershire? As part of our ambitious Natural Networks partnership we are looking for someone with the skills to deliver habitat surveys and management advice as well as to build links with partner organisations, community groups and key stakeholders. We’ve already enhanced around 40ha of habitat for wildlife and given positive land management advice to bodies managing more than 1000ha.

Volunteer Officer (Volunteer Rangers) - The Royal Parks

Logo: The Royal Parks

London

We are currently looking for a Volunteer Officer to join us on a permanent, full-time basis.

Salary of £29,001 - £35,076 per annum, depending on experience

This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic individual with experience of working with, and managing, volunteers and a love of the great outdoors to join our passionate organisation. You will have the chance to work in some of the most beautiful and historic green spaces that London has to offer while playing a vital role in the delivery of our hugely successful Volunteer Ranger Service.

Biodiversity Officer - Powys County Council

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£25,927 to £27,514 per annum

37 hours, Fixed term until 31/03/2023 initially with potential of extension subject to funding

Work Base: The Gwalia, Llandrindod Wells / Agile

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with a good working knowledge of biodiversity for a fixed term post of 37 hours per week. The successful candidate will need to be able to engage a range of stakeholders in local activity that can help enable a long-term, sustainable difference to nature recovery across Powys.

Arboricultural Officer - BCP Council

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Salary details: £24,982 - £27,741 (Band G)

Employment Status: Full Time / Hours: 37 / Contract Type: Temporary

As a member of the Environment Arboricultural team you will have the opportunity to influence and develop the natural environment of BCP Council.

We manage the Council owned tree stock, BCP’s Councils’ largest natural asset. The Environment Arboricultural team undertake all aspects of tree care and maintenance.

Farming in Protected Landscapes - Programme Manager - Northumberland National Park Authority

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Do you have a passion for helping others and the environment? Do you want to build climate change resilience? Would you like to work for a National Park? This is an opportunity to work alongside farmers and landowners, supporting them to access funding streams, build climate change and Brexit resilience and create networks to support each other. You will also help to manage and allocate the programme funding.

Tree Technician (Ground Worker) - Bonny's Wood

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Bonny's Wood require a Tree Technician (Ground Worker) to carry out tree surgery, forestry and conservation related works. Candidates must have relevant certificates of competence for chainsaw operation and an aerial rescue ticket, clean driving license with preferably, a minimum of 1 years industry experience but college leavers would be considered. Pesticide, climbing, first aid and MEWP tickets would be preferred but not essential.

Senior Conservation Scientist - RSPB

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Salary: £38,000.00 - £39,425.00 Per Annum
Contract: Permanent role - 37.5 hours per week.
Location: Flexible in England

We are seeking a Senior Conservation Scientist in our England and Wales team to develop a research programme to underpin the RSPB’s wetland conservation work. This includes species-focused conservation particularly for breeding waders and the management and restoration of wetland and coastal habitats. Experience of designing and managing applied ecological research, preferably on birds, is essential. The role requires an ability to work closely with conservation staff to develop research studies to meet their evidence needs.

Wilder Landscapes Support Officer - Sussex Wildlife Trust

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Salary: £15,868.15

Contract Type: Fixed term – 6 months

Hours: Part time, 21 hours a week

Location: Woods Mill, near Henfield, West Sussex, with an option for some home working

This Wilder Landscapes Support Officer provides an exciting opportunity work alongside our Wilder Landscapes Advisor in optimising the impact of our work on land outside our nature reserves. The post will sit within our Wilder Landscapes Team and will include some collaboration with our Sussex Flow Initiative and Wilder Horsham District projects. The project officer will help to undertake important ARC GIS mapping, landowner and stakeholder contact and will help us to develop a range of supporting materials for our work on nature’s recovery. This is a great opportunity for newcomers to this area of work.

County Wildlife Site Ranger - South West Lakes Trust

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Salary: £21,424 per annum pro rata

Hours: 18.75 hours per week to include weekends, Bank Holidays and evenings.

Duration: 7 months (September 2022-March 2023)

Location: Roadford Lake office base with home working as agreed with line manager. Travel to sites over the southwest will be required.

Working in partnership with South West Water to deliver Water Industry National Environment Programme obligations, you will deliver habitat management interventions to enhance biodiversity to improve the ecological condition of our County Wildlife Sites.

Senior Project Officer: Edinburgh Volunteers - The Conservation Volunteers

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Salary: £22,000 per annum

35 hours per week

Permanent Contract

Based in Edinburgh

The primary requirement of the role is to plan and lead high quality practical environmental volunteering opportunities around the Edinburgh and Lothians. This will involve working with community and local authority partners, preparing resources/materials, planning practical tasks and providing training & development for our volunteers. This role will require the development of new and existing partnerships to provide a diverse range of volunteering opportunities. Our practical conservation activities vary but will include: Tree planting, wildflower meadow management, practical greenspace improvements, path building, woodland management, habitat creation & management and supporting community groups.

Catchment Partnerships Development Officer - Severn Rivers Trust

Passionate about working collaboratively at a catchment scale? Have experience in securing funding and working in the charity sector? Have a proven track record in working with a diverse portfolio of partners? We’re hiring and looking for a highly skilled, motivated and experienced individuals to join our team as Catchment Partnership Development Officer to help us continue to deliver at pace and at scale by developing ideas into ambitious projects.

Seasonal Tutor - Field Studies Council

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Field Studies Council Flatford Mill, East Bergholt, Suffolk

Up to £22,582 (pro-rata) per annum plus benefits

37.5 hours per week during the season (March to October) each year.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Field Studies Council (FSC), one of the UK’s leading providers of outdoor environmental education. Field Studies Council is a pioneering environmental education charity committed to enabling people discover, explore, understand, and be inspired by the world around us.

Uplands Team Support Officer - Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust

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Contract: Full-time, permanent

Location: Office based in Eggleston, Co. Durham

Salary: £19,000-£25,000, dependent on experience

This is an opportunity to work within a small team of conservation biologists dedicated to wildlife management and habitat restoration within the English uplands. We are seeking a support officer for this team, to be based in our Eggleston office.

Research Assistants (Uplands) - Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust

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Contract: Paid, full-time

Duration: One post an initial five-year contract. Second post a six-month contract.

Location: Office based in Eggleston, Co. Durham

Salary: £20-26k, dependent on experience

Our Upper Teesdale offices situated in the North Pennines of northern England is a base for research and monitoring of many aspects on upland ecology, with the primary focus being the conservation and management of upland gamebirds, waders, moorland raptors and their breeding habitats. Currently the Trust employs nine staff and students based in our offices in the grounds of Eggleston Hall near Barnard Castle.

Regional Officer - BASC

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Salary: Circa £30k plus company vehicle

Location: Home-Based

Reporting to: Regional Director East

We are looking for an individual with wide ranging shooting experience who will deliver membership engagement and recruitment activities. Such activities include specialist advice provision to shoots on key subjects and the organisation, delivery and supervision of member’s events and shows.

Community Engagement Adviser - Woodmeadow Trust

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Salary: £28,000-£30,000

Position: Employed, full-time (40 hours per week)

Contract: Three years

Location: Three Hagges Woodmeadow, near Escrick, York and home based.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of our ground-breaking UK Woodmeadow Network project. You will work closely with the Director, UK Woodmeadow Network and will be instrumental in the development and success of a number of selected public access woodmeadow projects, which will benefit local communities and the wider remit of nature restoration - creating a lasting legacy where people and wildlife thrive together.

Countryside Ranger - South Somerset District Council

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Salary: Grade 5 £26,511-£30,451 per annum

Hours: 37 per week, some evening & weekend work will be required

We have an exciting opportunity for a permanent Countryside Ranger to lead in the management & maintenance of the Green Flag Award winning Yeovil Country Park. Apply now and become a valued member of the Countryside team, helping South Somerset to be a place where businesses flourish, communities are safe, vibrant and healthy and residents enjoy good housing and cultural, leisure and sporting activities.

Local Plan Project Officer - Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

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Salary of £30,984 to £35,335 pro rata per annum (pro rata)

We’re looking for a Local Plan Project Officer to join us, until 28th July 2024, working 30 hours per week from our Bainbridge office near Leyburn, with the potential for some regular home-working.

As a Local Plan Project Officer, you will join our small Local Planning Team and work to prepare a new National Parkwide Local Plan. Your work will involve research and consultation on policy approaches towards biodiversity net gain, climate change, economic development and transport. Additionally, you will engage effectively with consultees and stakeholders, summarise the responses and report on the outcomes of consultation.

Sustainability Co-ordinator (FTC – Maternity Cover) - Lantra

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Salary: £28,340 pa

Contract: Fixed Term Contract until August 2023

Working pattern: Flexible Hybrid working

Address: Lantra Scotland office, Inveralmond Business Centre, 6 Auld Bond Road, Perth, PH1 3FX (Hybrid working)

Lantra is a leading awarding body for land-based industries in both the UK and the Republic of Ireland. We develop quality training courses and nationally recognised qualifications that are delivered through a national network of training Provider Partners. The role of the Sustainability Co-ordinator is to support the Scottish work plan by working in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders, on projects to help ensure the land based and aquaculture sector has access to the appropriate skills development opportunities to improve sustainability and to help mitigate climate change.

Recreation Ranger - South West Lakes Trust

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£21,424 per annum

40 hours per week to include weekends, Bank Holidays and evenings

Permanent

Burrator Reservoir (Dartmoor Area)

Our Recreation Rangers work around lakes and reservoirs within the southwest of England; they focus on land and property of public interest and/or of designated conservation importance. Overall role purpose: To contribute to delivering our vision: Our people, places and experiences we offer, will inspire this and future generations to love and benefit from the environment; To care for natural and historic environments, providing health, social and wellbeing benefits for individuals and communities; To ensure the feeling of “It’s Your Outdoors” is shared with all visitors.

Visitor Services Officer - Alice Holt - Forestry England

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Location: Alice Holt Forest, Farnham

Salary: £22,248 to £22,646 Full-time 37 hours per week.

Alice Holt Forest is the 5th most visited free attraction in the Southeast of England. We receive over 450,000 visitors each year who are attracted by our fantastic range of facilities including our new Visitor Centre, Activity Centre, play equipment, cycle and walking trails, our brand-new café, Go-Ape!, self-led education visits, events and much more. We have a team of 13 that delivers adventurous, customer-focused activities and services through our business partners, volunteers, and stakeholders; and through play, cycling, site entry, facility maintenance and learning.

Visitor Services Officer - Alice Holt - Forestry England

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Location: Alice Holt Forest, Farnham

Salary: £22,248 to £22,646 (Pro-Rata) Part-time, 20 hours per week.

Are you great at storytelling, connecting people and delivering exceptional visitor experiences? Are you passionate about connecting people with places? Do you take pride in providing outstanding customer service? Are you able to work flexible hours and as part of a team? If so, then read on, as this could be the role for you!

Tree Officer - Waverley Borough Council

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Salary: Salary range £27,982 to £30,349

Location: Surrey

Contract: Permanent

Working Pattern: Full Time

Hours: 37 hours per week.

The borough of Waverley is one of the most wooded areas in the country and prides itself on trees being a key feature of the area and its Greenspaces. Do you want to be part of an experienced, enthusiastic and multi-disciplinary team responsible for managing and protecting the Boroughs treescape whilst ensuring the public’s safety and access to this key element of Greenspace? Are you looking for a role with variety, where your expertise and experience will assist the Councils Tree & Woodland officer and team in the provision of arboricultural services?

Ranger - National Trust

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Salary £21,684pa

Fixed Term f/t (37.5 hrs pw to 26/05/23)

Based: Craflwyn, Beddgelert, Caernarfon, LL55 4NG

Day-to-day you will be a part of the National Trust Ranger footpath team, based at Craflwyn (near Beddgelert). Your primary focus will be on access and footpath maintenance in Eifionydd, Carneddau and Glyderau. Occasionally you will be asked to help on the wider estate with practical tasks from fencing and dry-stone walling to tree planting and managing invasive species.

Horticulturist - Castle Howard Estate

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The Estate is looking for a Horticulturist to maximise visitor enjoyment by maintaining excellent standards of presentation and plantswoman/manship within the gardens. Duties will include liaising with the Head of Landscape & Gardens to create work plans and assisting with Health and Safety procedures. This role will also include supervising, on a day to day basis, other employees, volunteers and work placement students ensuring that they are guided and supported throughout their role.

Tees Swale Programme Manager - Durham County Council

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Contract Type: Temporary until September 2025 with a possibility of being extended until 2026.

Working Pattern: Full time

Salary: Grade 13 £40,578 to £44,624

Hours per week: 37

Employment Location: North Pennines AONB Office, Stanhope

The North Pennines AONB Partnership is looking for a manager for the ground-breaking nature recovery and engagement programme, Tees-Swale – naturally connected. After three years in development, this National Lottery Heritage Fund supported programme began in 2020 and is now making things happen on the ground. If you want to make a real difference for nature recovery and engaging people with nature, have an in-depth knowledge of conservation and a strong understanding of farmers and farming, can build and sustain relationships with people and organisations, and can manage a major programme, professional staff and complex budgets, then we’d like to hear from you.

Definitive Map Officer - Cheshire East Council

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£29,174 - £32,798

Crewe

To meet the statutory obligations of the Council regarding legal and technical matters associated with Public Rights of Way (PROW), through the processing of Definitive Map Modification Order (DMMO) applications, and to support other functions of the team to ensure the availability for public use of the statutory PROW network, other path networks and access land.

Conservation & Farm Manager - Elan Valley Trust

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Salary: £24,000-£32,000, commensurate with experience

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Location: Elan Estate Office, Elan Village, Rhayader, Powys, LD6 5HP

Job Overview: Elan Valley Trust is looking to appoint an enthusiastic forward-thinking Conservation & Farm Manager, who can help the Trust adapt with the changing agricultural practices and habitat/conservation management. You will be responsible for the conservation outputs of the in-hand farms, including the everyday running of farm operations (7,000 acres, 2,000 ewes and 50 cattle) and working alongside the estate shepherds.

Catchment Project Officer – Central - Freshwater Habitats Trust

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£25,000-30,000 p/a depending on experience

Freshwater Habitats Trust is now recruiting a Catchment Project Officer based in the South Midlands area (Oxon, Bucks, Northants). The post is initially a 1-year full time contract, with the expectation of conversion to a permanent position for suitable applicants.

Freshwater Habitats Trust is a friendly, evidence-based, conservation charity, tackling the freshwater biodiversity crisis through policy, research and innovative practical conservation projects.

Forestry Operative - Kilmaha Forestry & Countryside Management

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Salary: £24,500 per annum

Location: Based in Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire but working across the region

Working Hours: 7.00am – 5.00pm Monday – Friday (includes travel to and from site)

Duration: Permanent

Main Duties & Responsibilities: Monitoring health & safety of self and all staff in accordance with the Health & Safety Act 1974. Use risk assessments and associated documents to support day-to-day activities; Carry out work to the highest standards. Tasks will include, but are not limited to, tree planting, plantation maintenance (chemical application, mechanical/hand weeding etc), tree felling, grounds maintenance and infrastructure repair

Ecological Compliance and Support Officer - Denbighshire County Council

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Area Ranger - National Trust

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Location: Box Hill

Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract

Salary: £25,662 per annum

The voice of our landscapes, conservation champions and lovers of all things outdoors, you’ll help to keep the British countryside and coast wonderful. Working in some of the nation’s most stunning places and spaces.

Situated just 15 miles from London, Box Hill is a famed beauty spot in the North Downs. If you like the great outdoors, you will love this stunning location with its breath-taking views, fantastic walks and colourful wildlife.

Ranger - National Trust

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Based: Lyme Park, Disley, Stockport, SK12 2NX

Salary: £21,684 pa

We want you to join our great ranger team to improve habitats for wildlife across 1400 acres and provide a welcome environment for visitors to unwind. This 24-month post will give you opportunities to get involved in a wide variety of tasks in an ecologically diverse estate.

The voice of our landscapes, conservation champions and lovers of all things outdoors, you’ll help to keep the British countryside and coast wonderful.

Peatland Officer - National Trust

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Based: Mid and SE Wales, Dan Y Gyrn, Blaenglyn Farm, Brecon, LD3 8NF

Salary: £30,000 pa

You’ll be working on a peatland restoration programme in the commons of Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons, ensuring that our land is sustainably run, provides high quality conservation and plays a vital part in mitigating climate change.

Working with colleagues, external partners and collaborators, as well as the local community you'll be an advocate for Peatland management.

Peatland Officer - National Trust

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Based: Dinas & Ysbyty, Dinas, Betws Y Coed, LL24 0HF

Salary: £30,000 pa

You’ll be working on a Peatland restoration programme in the Upper Conwy catchment to ensure that our land is sustainably run and provides high quality conservation. The project will also apply good practice in how we work within the Trust and with partners, landowners and communities, working in a co- ordinated way, delivering long-term benefits in the project area and downstream

Community Tree Nursery Coordinator - Bolghen Tree Nursery CIC

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Salary: £14.50 per hour, 16 hours split over 3 days to include (regular, pre-agreed) Saturdays or Sundays. This role is offered on a self-employed basis. Guidance can be given at interview stage.

Location: Bolghen Community Tree Nursery located at Trethowel, St Austell, Cornwall

Bolghen Tree Nursery CIC (formed in 2021) is a CIC that works with volunteers and communities to grow native broadleaved trees for planting woodland and hedgerows in Cornwall. This is a new enterprise which is beginning to establish itself as a Community Tree Nursery. At present we have approximately 3,000 oak trees, mostly saplings raised in our tree nursery, and are on target to grow over 5,000 new trees from seed this year.

Harvesting Manager / Senior Harvesting Manager - South East Scotland - Scottish Woodlands

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Area Head Forester - Ministry of Defence

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Tilshead, Wilts and Oakhampton, Devon

£33,000

This is an exciting time for DIO and Technical Services as the Sustainability and Environment teams expand to respond to the challenges of Net Zero Carbon, embedding Climate Resilience, and delivering Social Value through our procurements. Sustainability and Environment carries a high profile in the organisation, and we have a key role in delivering the new MOD Climate Change and Sustainability Strategy and the revised Greening Government targets.

Water Team Project Officer - Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

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Salary: £24,765 - £28,659 per annum (depending on experience)

Hours: Full time / Permanent - 37.5 hours per week

Based at: Head Office - Elm Tree Court, Long Street, Devizes, Wiltshire SN10 1NJ

The Trust is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to join our successful and ambitious Water Team, to play a key role in preparing, managing and delivering our prestigious river and wetland restoration projects. You will be joining a dynamic team within a charity committed to nature’s recovery across Wiltshire, with over 40 nature reserves and 23,000 members. WWT delivers high profile, nationally important work.

Area Ranger - National Trust

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Location: Corfe Castle, The Square, Wareham, BH20 5EZ

Contract Type: Permanent

Salary: £25662

As a conservation champion and lover of all things outdoors, you’ll help to keep the British countryside and coast wonderful. Working in some of the nation’s most stunning places and spaces, come rain or shine, your enthusiasm will inspire others as you strive to ensure that our landscapes are safe and beautifully presented and continue to take our visitors’ breath away.

Ranger - National Trust

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Location: Saltram, Plympton, Plymouth, PL7 1UH

Contract Type: Fixed Term (6 Months)

Salary: £21684

This position will focus on assisting with tree safety management at Saltram, primarily remedial works following Ash Die Back assessments.

Working in some of the nation’s most stunning places and spaces, come rain or shine, your love of the outdoors will inspire others as you strive to ensure that landscapes are beautifully presented and continue to take our visitors’ breath away.

Countryside Worker Apprentice - North York Moors National Park Authority

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Based at either Danby or Helmsley
North York Moors National Park and the North Yorkshire Moors Railway are working together to offer fantastic apprenticeship opportunities thanks to the National Heritage Lottery Fund. This is a great chance for you to develop practical countryside skills, working as part of a team, alongside the railway and in the rest of the National Park.

The apprenticeship is for an initial period of 2 years and you’ll be working alongside our experienced staff who are looking forward to sharing their skills with you. If you think that you fit the bill, we’d love to hear from you.

Director - Community Woodlands Association

Salary - £25,200 pa based on 3 days/22.5 hours per week (£42,000 pro rata).

The Community Woodlands Association is looking for a dynamic individual with a passion for community woodlands and with leadership and managerial skills. Knowledge of silviculture practices and management is desirable but not essential.

Good Practice Adviser - Scottish Land Commission

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The Good Practice Adviser will support landowners, land managers and communities, to adopt the Scottish Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement (LRRS) principles by delivering a programme of good practice advice, support and guidance.

We are a public body, established by the Scottish Parliament in 2017, and our role is to advise on changes in policy and law, and to support good practice and change on the ground.

Scotland’s Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement sets out the overall framework for the relationship between people and land in Scotland through six principles.

Casual Learning Officer - Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust

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Salary: £12.21 per hour (FTE £22,223)

Contract: Part time, variable hours

Based: Sutton Courtenay Environmental Education Centre, Oxfordshire

Our Education Centres are at the heart of the work we deliver with schools. We are looking for Casual Learning Officers to assist with the delivery of our engagement activities!

Our Education Centre in Sutton Courtenay is a busy hive of activity that delivers sessions to over 3000 schoolchildren each year. Our Learning Team works together to ensure the smooth running of each school visit including leading curriculum-linked educational activities on our nature reserve.

Senior Trees and Woodland Officer - Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

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Salary of £32,797 to £38,554 per annum

Full Time (37 hours per week) and Permanent

Would you like to work in one of the most beautiful parts of the country? If so, we have a fantastic opportunity to join and lead our Trees & Woodlands team and make a real difference to woodland cover in the Yorkshire Dales.

The role is based at our Grassington office near Skipton, with the potential to work part of the week from home.

Lancashire Peat Partnership Coordinator - Lancashire Wildlife Trust

Salary: Up to £28,000 per annum depending on experience

Contract type: Fixed term / Working hours: Full time

Location: The Barn, Berkeley Drive, Bamber Bridge, PR5 6BY

This is a challenging role, which needs committed energy, initiative and drive. A determined yet friendly, professional and resourceful approach will be required, whilst dealing with a wide range of people and situations.

An exciting opportunity which requires someone with the confidence and ability to coordinate and communicate effectively.

Lancashire Peat Partnership Project Development Officer - Lancashire Wildlife Trust

Salary: Up to £24,500 pro rata per annum depending on experience

Contract type: Fixed term / Working hours: Part time

Location: The Barn, Berkeley Drive, Bamber Bridge, PR5 6BY

This is a new post, offering an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to further the work of Lancashire Peat Partnership and maximise our efforts to protect and restore our precious peatlands.

A fantastic and varied role, which requires confidence and ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people and situations, whilst maintaining a professional and friendly manner.

Lancashire Peat Partnership Engagement Officer - Lancashire Wildlife Trust

Salary: Up to £24,000 pro rata per annum depending on experience

Contract type: Fixed term / Working hours: Part time

Location: The Barn, Berkeley Drive, Bamber Bridge, PR5 6BY

This is a new post, offering an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to further the work of Lancashire Peat Partnership and maximise our efforts to protect and restore our precious peatlands.

We are looking for someone who is passionate about the natural world, and has the ability to convey this enthusiasm to a diverse mix of people.

Projects Officer: South - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

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Hours: 35

£27,527 per annum

Based: Potteric Carr, Doncaster

Do you have experience of delivering a variety of environmental projects? Have you worked in partnership with other organisations and landowners? Do you have experience of working with volunteers and local communities?

If the answer is ‘yes’, then we have an exciting opportunity for you!

Woodland Operations Worker - North York Moors National Park Authority

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FTC to 31 July 2024

Salary for 37 hours per week - £19,264 to £20,043 per annum (pro-rata for part-time)

North York Moors National Park, Helmsley (with substantial travel across the National Park)

The North York Moors National Park Authority presides over one of the most phenomenal parts of the British Isles. Filled with picture book towns and villages, beautiful moorlands and fantastic woodland, the North York Moors is a unique area with diversity and ecosystems that are found nowhere else in the UK.

Funding has been secured for this new Team via a joint project with the National Park Authority and the North York Moors National Park Trust.

Assistant Groundsperson - Clandon Wood Natural Burial

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Term: Permanent Full Time

Salary: Depending on experience

Hours: 38.75 hours per week

Location: West Clandon, Guildford, Surrey

We are looking for a physically fit, enthusiastic individual to work with our current grounds team, maintaining the grounds and assisting in measuring and marking grave spaces, digging graves both mechanically and manually. Maintain all amenity areas on site to a high standard.

Farm Advice (Catchment Sensitive Farming) - Natural England

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National – Northumbria, Cumbria, Yorkshire & North Lincolnshire Cheshire & Lancashire, West Midlands, West Anglia, Wessex, Devon, Cornwall & IoS, Sussex & Kent

£26,224

Are you passionate about sustainable farming? Does working outdoors excite you? Want to start your career working with farmers to deliver the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan? Then the Catchment Sensitive Farming partnership – part of Natural England’s Farm Advice - has a role to suit you.

Trainee Tutor - Dorset Council

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Trainee Tutor to join our friendly team and to train to teach a variety of subjects such as geography and biology at Leeson House Field Studies Centre located in the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset. Leeson House is a grade II listed manor house near Swanage on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. The role offers many opportunities and challenges, where you are an important part of a hard-working team, who strive to create a truly memorable experience for every individual who visits our Centre.

Officer Manager - Freshwater Habitats Trust

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£26-£28k per annum
Full-time (5 days / week) + pension + flexible working
Based at our offices in Headington, Oxford.

We are looking for an enthusiastic professional administrator with an eye for detail and willingness to calmly multi-task in a variety of areas including HR, H&S, IT and Comms. As an experienced Office Manager, you will be managing a busy office during a period of organisational expansion, helping to make a real difference to the protection of the UK’s freshwater wildlife – currently facing unprecedented threats.

Bekshire Project Officer, Newt Conservation Partnership - Amphibian and Reptile Conservation

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£27-£30k per annum

Permanent contract • home working • based in Berkshire

Can you deliver great crested newt and wider biodiversity conservation in Berkshire? We are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced, multi-skilled Project Officer who can deliver habitat creation and management projects, with a focus on ponds and great crested newt. You will be able to engage and liaise with a variety of landowners and contractors and will have knowledge of pond and terrestrial habitat creation and restoration.

Youth Nature Photography Project Co-ordinator - Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust

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Salary: £24,000 FTE (£4,800 pro rata per annum)

Contract: Fixed term for 13 months (1st October 2022 - 31st October 2023). Part-time, usually 7 hours per week with some additional hours at certain points throughout contract.

Based: The Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham for delivery of sessions. Home/ BBOWT office of choice for project planning/ co-ordination.

The Project Co-ordinator will work with local community organisations to identify and engage with eligible young people. You’ll also liaise with local photography tutors to coordinate the scheduling of 3-4 inspiring workshops throughout the project duration and source suitable photographic equipment for use by participants in these sessions. In essence, you’ll organise the project from start to finish, ensuring that all milestones are achieved.

Kent Biodiversity Net Gain Officer - Kent County Council

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Salary £34,866 - £41,011 per annum

Permanent Full Time

37 hours per week

Location - Maidstone, Kent

The post holder will work with Kent’s upper and lower tier planning authorities in their preparation for biodiversity net gain, developing a consistent and joined up approach within the county that meets the requirements of the Environment Act, whilst addressing the local challenges to its implementation. The post will also be instrumental in securing offsite delivery options and supporting ambitions for net gain delivery above the mandatory requirements.

Interpretation & Engagement Officer - North Pennines AONB Partnership

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Salary: £31,895 to £35,336

The post is a temporary contract in the development stage for 15 months but will be extended for a further four years into the delivery stage subject to funding being secured.

We are looking for a confident communicator with good organisational skills and experience of working alongside volunteers and communities, to lead on the interpretation and engagement elements of our new lead mining heritage project – Land of Lead and Silver. Land of Lead and Silver focuses on lead mining heritage of the North Pennines, and on the skills required to record, conserve, maintain and interpret this heritage for future generations.

Digital Learning Officer - Field Studies Council

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Field Studies Council - Base Negotiable

Up to £10,835 per annum plus benefits

15 hours per week

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Field Studies Council (FSC), one of the UK’s leading providers of outdoor environmental education. Field Studies Council is a pioneering environmental education charity committed to enabling people discover, explore, understand, and be inspired by the world around us.

NFFN Communications Officer - Nature Friendly Farming Network

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Salary: £29,000, depending on experience

Hours: Full time for one year with possibility for extension

Location: Remote home working

The Nature Friendly Farming Network (NFFN) is recruiting an experienced Communications Officer to join our growing team. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn and develop in a fast-paced environment where you can drive positive change within food, farming and land use.

Nature-based Solutions Officer - South East Rivers Trust

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The Nature-based Solutions Officer will be at the heart of our growing programme of work to better manage landscapes to improve the resilience of river catchments, provide natural flood management benefits and replenish water resources.

You will be supporting the development of landscape-scale NbS projects and supporting a range of stakeholders to work with natural processes and establish NbS as common practice across our catchments. This will include identifying water and land management issues that are impacting rivers and catchments, and working with landowners and partners to develop NbS solutions to address these issues – including riparian buffers, attenuation wetlands, cover crops and leaky woody dams.

Natural Capital Lead - Ribble Rivers Trust

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Location: Clitheroe (with hybrid home working)
Hours: Full-time 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £30,000 - £35,000
Contract: 2 year Fixed Term (with expectation of extension)

Ribble Rivers Trust (RRT) is a regional charity set up to conserve the Ribble Catchment, particularly its rivers, brooks, becks, and streams. Over the last 10 years, RRT has developed and grown into a sector leading organisation, known for getting things done, strong partnership working and a collaborative approach. For over a decade our conservation paradigm has been centred around the “Ecosystem Approach”, ensuring the conservation of our watercourses is providing the greatest services for communities (such as clean water, Natural Flood Risk Management (NFRM) and sustainable food) and the intrinsic value of nature.

Land Management Project Officer - Ribble Rivers Trust

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Location: Clitheroe
Hours: Full-time 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £24,500 - £26,000p.a. dependent on experience
Contract: 24 months (with possibility of extension, subject to funding)

RRT is currently involved in a number of projects and programmes, both as delivery and lead partner across the catchment. In 2021 Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust funding secured funding for the “Deeper Connections” project through the Green Recovery Challenge Fund. As a delivery partner in this project, Ribble Rivers Trust is overseeing the creation and improvement of a range of habitats centred around the Long Preston Deeps SSSI.

Citizen Science Co-ordinator - Ribble Rivers Trust

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Location: Clitheroe

Hours: Full-time 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £24,500 - £26,000p.a. dependent on experience

Contract: 24 months (with possibility of extension, subject to funding)

We are now looking to recruit a conscientious, dynamic, and enthusiastic person with a passion for improving the environment and working with communities. Someone who will inspire, enable and co-ordinate Citizen Scientists across the catchment to help our efforts to better understand the condition of our rivers, identify actions and report on successes. The successful candidate will join a vibrant and talented team who are delivering a huge variety of projects improving rivers in the Ribble Catchment.

Assistant Ranger - Bracknell Forest Council

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Type: Contract

Location: Bracknell, England

Salary: £20,680 - £24,121 inclusive of LWA

We’re working to keep the amazing open spaces of Bracknell Forest clean and green. You can help us to do this.

We want Bracknell Forest to be a clean and green place to live. Our team are responsible for keeping the Borough’s parks and open spaces as fantastic places for people and wildlife. You will support the Parks and Countryside team to do this, gain valuable experience and see results you can be proud of.

Natural Resources and Agriculture Officer - Snowdonia National Park Authority

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Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd

A salary of £28,226 - £33,486 depending on experience

Snowdonia National Park Authority protects the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of Snowdonia National Park. Covering 823 miles of diverse landscape, the Park is home to over 26,000 people, the highest mountain in Wales and England and the largest natural lake in Wales.

We are now looking for a Natural Resources and Agriculture Officer to join us on a permanent, full-time basis.

Conservation Projects Operative - Conservation Contracts North West

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Starting Salary: £19,000 pa

Location: Horwich, Bolton

If you are passionate about our environment's creation, protection and guardianship, we offer you an exciting opportunity to join our conservation team. As part of our business growth, we are looking to appoint a Conservation Projects Operative to strengthen our experienced team.

Conservation Projects Supervisor - Conservation Contracts North West

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Starting Salary: £21,000 pa

Location: Horwich, Bolton

If you are passionate about our environment's creation, protection and guardianship, we offer you an exciting opportunity to join our conservation team. As part of our business growth, we are looking to appoint a Conservation Projects Supervisor to strengthen our experienced team.

Community Engagement Ranger - Hampshire County Council

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Salary Range: £21,778 - £24,476 per annum

Work Location: Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Horndean

Hours per Week: 37 / Contract Type: Temporary until 27 July 2023

Hampshire County Council is recruiting a Community Engagement Ranger within the Countryside Service. Joining an Area Access Team, you will develop, coordinate and support a programme of activities on public rights of way, areas of open country and other forms of public access to the countryside.

Nature Conservation Grazing Manager - Norfolk Wildlife Trust

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Salary: £28,000 to £31,000 per annum depending on experience
Hours: Full time – 37.5 hours a week
Working from: bases across Norfolk

Norfolk Wildlife Trust is the county’s largest environmental charity, committed to the protection and enhancement of Norfolk’s wildlife and wild places.

We are offering the opportunity to join our Nature Conservation team working from multiple bases across the County including our headquarters at Norwich. This is a real chance to deliver conservation work on some of the County’s premier wildlife sites.

Senior GIS Analyst - RSPB

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Salary: £28,420.00 - £31,529.00 Per Annum

This is a Fixed-Term Full-Time role for 37.5 hours per week.

Location: Sandy or Edinburgh

This role forms part of a team of GIS analysts in our Conservation Data Department, providing a map-making and GIS analysis service. You will be responsible for undertaking our more complex spatial analysis requests, including image classification and other remote sensing work. You will work closely with colleagues across the RSPB to determine their requirements and find the most suitable approach to answer their questions.

End Point Assessor - Countryside and Water Environment Worker - Land Based Assessment Limited

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Salary: £300/a day

Hours: Flexible/Part Time

Location: Nationwide

Are you interested in helping shape the next Countryside and Water Environment workforce in having the right knowledge, skills, and behaviours for success? We are looking for assessors in the following standard: Countryside Worker Level 2 and Water Environment Worker Level 3

Estate Worker - Lake Vyrnwy, Wales - RSPB

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Salary: £19,305.00 - £21,417.00 Per Annum
Hours: Full-Time, 37.5 hours per week
Contract: 5 months fixed term
Location: Lake Vyrnwy

You will work across the 10,000ha estate which surrounds Lake Vyrnwy, owned by water company Hafren Dyfrdwy and managed in partnership with RSPB. This role is funded through a grant to remove small, scattered, self seeded conifers from the SSSI moorland, this work will form the focus of the five month contract. The successful candidate will also support the work of the wider Lake Vyrnwy team, with general estate maintenance, supporting the farm operation, maintenance of visitor and built asset and supporting volunteer work parties.

Community Engagement Officer - East Herts Council

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Salary of £28,863 - £31,621 (inclusive of local weighting)
Full time
Fixed term contract to 31 December 2023
Hertford, Hertfordshire

As a Community Engagement Officer, you will engage the local community in the development of a lottery-funded project to transform two greenspaces into an exciting new venue called Castle Park. Working in partnership with Bishop’s Stortford Town Council, you will manage our engagement strategy, ensuring our project has a positive and highly visible public profile. You will specifically target those with additional needs, teenagers, families, retired people and schools.

Parks & Countryside Officer - Maldon District Council

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Salary: Grade C9 - D16, equivalent to £19,249-£24,817 per annum (appointment within this is scale dependent upon qualifications and experience)

Hours: Annualised Hours averaging 38 hours per week

As a Parks & Countryside Officer at Maldon District Council you will be expected to carry out a variety of duties and tasks in order to maintain the grounds & infrastructure of our 25 parks and open spaces across the Maldon district to a high standard. These include the flagship sites of Promenade Park in Maldon & Riverside Park in Burnham on Crouch.

Assistant Reserves Officer - Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust

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Starting salary £22,195, plus contribution to pension auto-enrolment.

Full-time, permanent contract.

Rye Meads, Hoddesdon

Could you play an active role in nature’s recovery in Herts & Middlesex? We believe that wildlife should have space to thrive alongside our everyday lives and that everyone benefits from having access to nature. The Assistant Reserves Officer is one of our team managing and developing the Trust’s nature reserves for people and wildlife.

Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey Officer - Butterfly Conservation

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Hours: 0.5 FTE (18.5 hours per week)

Contract: 1-year fixed term contract

Location: Flexible (travel to our office in Lulworth, Dorset is required once per quarter, with additional occasional travel across the UK).

Salary: £24,000 per annum (pro rata) plus 8% pension contributions

The Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey (WCBS) is an integral part of the UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (UKBMS). Established in 2009, the WCBS generates important data on the abundance of widespread butterfly species from under-recorded habitats such as farmland, plantation woodland, uplands and urban green spaces, though a network of randomly selected 1-km squares. This is a fantastic opportunity for a recent graduate looking to gain their first or second role within the conservation sector. You will join our Recording & Monitoring Team, with a key aim to coordinate the Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey and support the volunteer network and partners involved.

Sussex Project Officer, Newt Conservation Partnership - Amphibian and Reptile Conservation

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£27-£30k per annum

Permanent contract • home working • based in Surrey

Freshwater Habitats Trust is a friendly, nationally well-respected conservation charity that works to protect freshwater wildlife through practical, evidence-based and effective nature conservation projects. This job is an exciting opportunity to join a dedicated team of botanists, invertebrate biologists, herpetologists and freshwater conservation experts who are making a difference.

Surrey Project Officer, Newt Conservation Partnership - Amphibian and Reptile Conservation

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£27-£30k per annum

Permanent contract • home working • based in Surrey

Can you deliver great crested newt and wider biodiversity conservation in Surrey? We are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced, multi-skilled Project Officer who can deliver habitat creation and management projects, with a focus on ponds and great crested newt.

Hampshire Project Officer, Newt Conservation Partnership - Amphibian and Reptile Conservation

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£27-£30k per annum

Permanent contract • home working • based in Hampshire

We are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced, multi-skilled Project Officer who can deliver habitat creation and management projects, with a focus on ponds and great crested newt. You will be able to engage and liaise with a variety of landowners and contractors and will have knowledge of pond and terrestrial habitat creation and restoration.

Testing Approaches to Regulation of Agriculture, Agricultural Regulation Inspection Officer - The Environment Agency

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Salary Minimum: £28,785

Number of jobs available: 2

Post Type: Permanent

Working Pattern: Full Time, Part Time

City/Town: Kidderminster, Shrewsbury, Fradley

We are looking for Agricultural Regulatory Inspection Officers to Test Approaches to Regulation of Agriculture, (Project TARA). You will be part of a national project but based in the West Midlands Agricultural Team. We are looking for dynamic individuals with understanding of agriculture. You will undertake regulatory inspections using established Environment Agency methods and trialling new methods. These could include remote sensing and working with other organisations. You will use advice led regulation but be willing to take stronger enforcement action when necessary, such as seeking a prosecution. Our focus is on regulation of the Silage, Slurry and Agricultural Fuel Oil Regulations, the Farming Rules for Water Regulations to drive improvements in water quality.

Reserves Assistant - Devon Wildlife Trust

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Salary: £20,152 plus 7% pension

This is a full-time, permanent post based at Woodah Farm.

Are you passionate about nature and love working in stunning outdoor environments? We are looking for a practical person to help shape the future health of DWT’s nature reserves. You will be an integral part of the DWT’s Land Management Team, working closely with our Nature Reserve Officers to ensure all reserves are managed to the highest standards for wildlife, habitats and people. You will join a team of six assistants and have the opportunity to develop skills and responsibilities for key spheres of work including machinery, community / volunteers, monitoring and surveying.

Monitoring Ecologist - Cairngorms National Park Authority

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Salary: £32,766 - £39,301 (Band D)

Job Type: Permanent Contract

Hours: Full Time; 37.5 hours per week (though part time hours of 30/week may be considered)

Location: Grantown on Spey

As the Monitoring Ecologist you will lead and develop a comprehensive understanding of the National Park’s species, habitats and ecosystems, and help monitor change over the long-term through a dedicated Cairngorms Nature Index and Atlas/biological data repository. The data will be used to provide the evidence to guide long term conservation and land management, as well as policy development and investment. Your work will significantly contribute to better targeting resources and action in the National Park, and to understand the impact that our policies and projects are having to ensure that we are able to meet our 2030 and 2045 targets for biodiversity.

Trainee Assistant Reserves Officer (Solent) - Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust

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Full Time – 35 hours per week

Fixed-term 6-month contract

Salary: £18,018.00 pro rata

Base Location: Beechcroft House, Vicarage Lane, Curdridge, Southampton, SO32 2DP

This fixed-term role involves: Undertaking practical habitat and estate work to assist the Reserves Officer (Solent) in delivering the Trust’s annual reserves work programme across Solent sites.​ This includes fencing, tree works, grassland management, scrub works and working with volunteer parties; Assisting in livestock management including handling/movements and welfare checks; Raising awareness of the Trust and conservation by assisting with guided walks and talks and attending Trust events; Engaging members of the public using sites to promote the importance of habitats and species, their need for management, responsible use and how to behave around livestock.​

Seasonal Ghillie - Ardverikie Estate

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8th August 2022 to 15th October 2022

This is a great opportunity for someone who would like experience of working on a highland estate, assisting with the stalking season. You will be assisting our stalking team in spying deer and driving an Argo Cat (full training provided) to extract shot deer from the hill.

Programme Manager - Peatland Action Fund - RSPB

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Location: RSPB Scotland HQ – Edinburgh
Salary: £33,600.00 - £37,275.00 Per Annum
Contract Duration: Until March 2026

A fantastic opportunity to act as our Peatland Action Programme Manager to drive forward our ambitious programme of peatland restoration in Scotland. The RSPB is one of the leading undertakers of peatland restoration in Scotland, and this role will help develop our longer-term ambitions to deliver restoration at scale in line with Scottish Government targets. This post is a fixed term to March 2026.

Reserves Officer (Communities and Volunteering) - Devon Wildlife Trust

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Salary: £28,258pa plus 7% pension

This is a full-time, permanent post based at Meeth Nature Reserve

Are you passionate about wildlife conservation and developing and supporting vibrant community and volunteering teams? We are looking for a confident, pro-active individual to join our nature reserves team.

Devon Wildlife Trust (DWT) is Devon’s leading wildlife conservation charity, with over 37,000 members, over 300 active volunteers, 100 staff, and 63 nature reserves. We are one of the larger locally based organisations that collectively make up The Wildlife Trusts.

Nature Recovery Officer (Somerset Coastal Levels) - Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

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WWT Steart Marshes/hybrid working

37.5 hours per week

£29,016 per annum

The Somerset Coast to Levels is one of the UK’s most important wetland landscapes – what we call a Waterscape. WWT already plays an important role in this Waterscape, through the management of WWT Steart Marshes and the Somerset Climate Resilient Coast project and together with our conservation partners we aspire to make it bigger, better and more connected for the benefit of wetland wildlife.

Essex Practical Projects Officer - The Conservation Volunteers

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Based in Colchester

22 hours per week working alternate Sundays

Salary: £20,834 – 21,500 per annum (Pro Rata 35 hour week)

Are you passionate about conservation, with a range of practical environmental skills? Are you a people person, able to organise groups of individuals to achieve a common goal? If so, then you might be who we’re looking for.

Working three days a week the successful candidate will support delivery of our practical environmental volunteering program across Essex.

Senior Forest Manager - Bronwin & Abbey Ltd

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Salary range £40,000-£48,000 per annum.

Bronwin & Abbey Ltd is a forest management company which is part of the Velcourt Group, a farming company working throughout the UK.

We have offices in Wales and the Midlands and provide a comprehensive forest management service to a range of clients with an emphasis on the traditional Estate. The company offers a complete woodland service from consultancy to the delivery of all forestry operations and we pride ourselves on providing a high quality, client focused and independent service.

Environmental Land Management Adviser - Surrey County Council

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The starting salary for this role is £32,173 per annum for working 36 hours per week. This position is offered as a 24-month fixed-term contract or secondment opportunity.

This role is part of the Surrey Hills National Landscape team, hosted by Surrey County Council and working flexibly out of the National Trust Surrey Hills Estate Office at Box Hill and an office location in South West Surrey. The role will support the delivery of the Farming in Protected Landscapes (FiPL) programme across the Surrey Hills and support the Heathland Connections programme as part of the emerging Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) for Surrey

Arborist - Kirklees Council

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Hours: 37

Number of Jobs: 2

Location(s): Lockwood Cemetery, Meltham Road, Lockwood, Huddersfield, HD4 7BQ

Position type: Permanent

Salary: £23,484 - £24,920

At Kirklees we want to be innovative and creative in the way we work to deliver our services to our communities and we are always looking for better and smarter ways to work. The Parks and Greenspace Operational Delivery team work together to manage and maintain the councils parks, greenspaces, play areas and trees.

Gardener - National Trust for Scotland

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Hours: 40

Location: Hill of Tarvit

Salary range: £21,260 pro-rata, per annum

Key Purpose: To ensure that the garden, grounds and related policies of gardens are managed and maintained as nationally recognized gardens of outstanding historical and horticultural importance, contributing to the properties’ overall conservation and development, and its enjoyment by visitors and supporters.

Tutor - Field Studies Council

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Field Studies Council Epping Forest and Field Studies Council London, predominantly based at Field Studies Council Epping Forest, Loughton, Essex.

From £21,279 up to £22,582 per annum plus benefits

37.5 hours per week / annualised / permanent

Accommodation available (subject to other appointments / availability)

Our Field Studies Tutors develop, plan and deliver ‘out-of-classroom learning’ activities and engage students to achieve our vision to inspire everyone to be curious, knowledgeable, passionate and caring about our environment.

Administrator - Field Studies Council

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Field Studies Council Dale Fort, Nr Haverfordwest,

Pembrokeshire.

Up to £10.70 per hour plus benefits

37.5 hours per week March to October and 22.5 hours per week November to February each year.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Field Studies Council (FSC), one of the UK’s leading providers of outdoor environmental education. Field Studies Council is a pioneering environmental education charity committed to enabling people discover, explore, understand, and be inspired by the world around us.

Grants Officer - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

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Hours: 35

£27,530 per annum

Permanent

Based at: hybrid working from offices based at York, Potteric Carr or Stirley with travel across the region

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is one of the UK’s fastest growing nature conservation organisations and seeks to appoint a Grants Officer. The successful candidate will fundraise income for YWT by working in collaboration with colleagues across the Region to initiate, manage and develop a comprehensive programme of bids and applications up to 7 figures to grant schemes and grant-making trusts and foundations. Other duties will include managing a research programme that identifies and helps to establish contact with new sources of grant income, keeping accurate and updated records of where these contacts may be realised to generate additional income to the Trust.

Land Use and Biodiversity Lead Officer - Galloway and Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere

Logo: Galloway and Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere

Permanent – full time

Salary – £31,620 - £33,660 p.a.

Location – Office Base St John’s Town of Dalry / hybrid working

We’re looking for somebody with excellent people and project management skills, who can support the practical development and delivery of projects and initiatives that will help tackle the twin emergencies of biodiversity and climate change. With a good knowledge of biodiversity and its relationship with sustainable land management you’ll be leading a team who are engaging land managers in initiating and driving innovative nature-based solutions, developing new partnerships & networks etc. and contributing to the planned roll out of the Regional Land Use Partnership Pilots.

Area Beaver Specialist - The Environment Agency

Logo: The Environment Agency

Number of jobs available: 3

Salary Minimum: £36,389

Post Type: Permanent

Working Pattern: Full Time, Part Time, Part Time/Job Share, Part Time Term Time, Compressed Hours

City/Town: Blandford Forum, Bodmin, Bridgwater, Exeter, West Malling

We are the Environment Agency. We work with government, local councils, businesses, and communities to make our environment cleaner, safer, and healthier for people and wildlife. We tackle the effects and causes of climate change, perhaps the most serious long-term threat to the environment that we face. This is an exciting new opportunity to support and manage various aspects of beaver reintroductions, particularly maximising benefits and minimising risks that beavers bring to our landscapes.

Forest Operations Officer - Natural Resources Wales

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Grade & Salary: G5, £31,490 rising to £34,902

Type of contract: Permanent

Work pattern: 37 hours a week, Monday to Friday

Location: Aberystwyth

This role is to enable the forest operations team to deliver its respective programmes by undertaking the delegated responsibility for the delivery of our operations. You will make technical decisions in the following disciplines: Forest planning; Harvesting operations; Establishment operations; Small scale engineering operations; Consultation and public engagement around our operations.

Craftsperson – New Forest - Forestry England

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Contract type: full time, 1 x permanent, 1 x 12 month contract

Salary £22,248 - £22,646

As Craftsperson you will work in a team to improve sites and facilities, with a focus on delivering a quality visitor experience. The role involves carrying out a range of practical tasks throughout the forest estate and responding quickly to unexpected work and issues raised by your supervisor. You will perform basic inspections and assist in repair and maintenance of recreation facilities to a high standard. This includes car parks, walking and cycle routes, signs, picnic tables and benches.

Landscape Architect - Green Action Trust

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Based in Central Scotland

£25,000 to £35,000 per annum (Commensurate with qualifications and experience)

The Green Action Trust is one of Scotland’s leading environmental charities and the trusted delivery partner focussed on environmental and regeneration outcomes for Scotland. We have been regenerating Central Scotland by creating and improving greenspaces for over 30 years, through our passion for delivering positive environmental and social change in Scotland. As a dynamic, progressive and successful charity, we are now moving into our next phase of development and as such have an opportunity for an additional Landscape Architect position within our Delivery Team.

Gardening, Grounds and Domestic Work - Lukesland Gardens

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Lukesland has 10 hectares of mature woodland gardens set around a valley on the southern edge of Dartmoor. With its well-drained, acidic soils and mild oceanic climate, Lukesland is home to a wide range of Himalayan temperate montane plants, particularly rhododendrons and magnolias. Lukesland has been in the Howell family for over 90 years, and the gardens are the product of the hard work of many generations of gardeners working with this family and its predecessors. The scope of work outlined within this advert offers an individual or a couple the opportunity to be part of the garden’s history of evolution.

Assistant Countryside Ranger - Huntingdonshire District Council

Salary: £20,451-£21,319

We are currently investing £3 million in our site to modernise facilities and create a self-funding service. Could you be that key team member who will share their energy, enthusiasm and can-do attitude while growing professionally as we develop our site and seize the new opportunities that it will bring? You will help ensure our beautiful countryside sites are maintained, helping with ecological surveys, public events and educational visits.

Fundraising Manager - Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Salary: £32,500 - £35,000

This is a full time role based at Ashbocking.

We need a proven fundraiser with a strong track record of developing integrated fundraising approaches and seizing opportunities. The Fundraising Manager will take responsibility for extending the reach of our fundraising activity and building enduring relationships with donors and funders. You will work closely with the Income Generation Team to maximise opportunities and success across Suffolk, and will provide management support to the Grants Officer.

Communications Manager – CLA South West - Country Land and Business Association

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Salary: £35,000 - £40,000 per annum + benefits, depending on experience.

Contract: full time, permanent

The role is based in Biddestone, near Chippenham in Wiltshire.

Following the departure of a longstanding and valued team member from the region, the CLA is now looking for a Communications Manager in our South West Regional Office to play a key role in raising the profile of the organisation through targeted media engagement. You will have a nose for news and political nous, be proactive and thrive on autonomy and responsibility. At an exciting and at times challenging phase for the rural sector, together with colleagues in the South West Office, other regional offices and the External Affairs department, you will work on issues that matter – climate change, biodiversity, job creation, business diversification, farming, private property rights, public access, a healthy and profitable rural economy.

Thames Natural Flood Management Advisor - Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

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Slimbridge or home-working within the Thames River Basin District

37.5 hours per week

£31,512 per annum

This is a two year fixed term contract

We are looking for an effective project manager with experience of working collaboratively in partnership with a range of external stakeholders including statutory agencies, local authorities and private landowners. This role will drive forward our work in promoting and delivery natural flood management (NFM) solutions. Working alongside the Thames Regional Flood & Coastal Committee (RFCC), this new project will work to increase the targeted uptake of NFM interventions in the Thames catchment at a time when flood risk is of increasing concern to communities and local authorities.

Wildlife Ranger - Northumberland County Council

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Contract Type: Permanent

Working Pattern: Full time

Salary: £22,571 (Band 5)

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Space for Shorebirds, Northumberland County Council’s Coastal Mitigation Service (CMS). With some responsibility for managing local volunteers, you will undertake a variety of roles, including awareness-raising, education, ornithological monitoring, disturbance monitoring, enforcement, designing solutions for disturbance hotspots, nest protection and control of pirri-pirri bur within dune grasslands. There will also be opportunities to assist in habitat management and creation projects.

Ecological Surveyor / Bat Ecologist - Betts Ecology

Salary: Negotiable.

Permanent full time post based at our Martley office. UK travel will be required.

Duties Include: Undertaking Preliminary Ecological Appraisals, PEA Surveys & Daytime Bat Assessments, etc.; Producing reports to a high standard using our in-house templates; Meeting clients and their agents on sites; Regular reporting to the Betts team; Assisting the sales team.

Tutor (Part time) - Field Studies Council

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Up to £22,582 (pro rata) per annum plus benefits

Part time, 15 hours per week / annualised / permanent

Amersham, Buckinghamshire

The post-holder will develop, plan and deliver ‘out-of-classroom learning’ activities to a wide ranging audience; engaging and enthusing students and assisting Field Studies Council Amersham achieve its vision to inspire everyone to be curious, knowledgeable, passionate and caring about our environment. The post-holder will be expected to lead groups of all abilities in the outdoor environment with the ability to provide an appropriate standard of care for our learners. You will also contribute to all other aspects of working in a busy education centre.

Apprentice Arborist - Grosvenor Estate

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You will be paid the appropriate minimum wage for your age category.

You will work 40 hours per week between 8.00am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

Eaton Estate, Chester

Eaton Estate is recruiting an Apprentice Arborist to assist in their busy Forestry and Conservation team. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone with a keen interest in tree work to join the Forestry team at the Estate. Working to protect, enhance, and restore sensitive environmental habitats within these unique locations and improving local property and places, our aim is to be a leading example of sustainability within the rural economy - contributing to the economic, social, and environmental wellbeing of the communities we are part of.

Maintenance Operative - Sustrans

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£19,324 per annum

Up to 37.5 hours per week

Base: Reasonable travel distance to Liverpool

As the Maintenance Operative, you will report to the Maintenance Manager. And as a member of the Central Estates team, you will maintain the general condition of land and National Cycle Network routes within the Sustrans Estate. You will be responsible for the safe operation of machinery, whilst carrying out regular maintenance such as drainage/vegetation clearance/tree work and grass cutting on selected sections and sites. You will maintain records and report appropriate issues to the Maintenance Manager or Land Manager. You will also have the opportunity to liaise with path users, volunteers, neighbours and local authority officers as well as periodically participating in volunteer events and undertaking occasional route construction activities.

Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre Manager - Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery Trust

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Salary: Grade H (£30,984 - £32,797) pro rata, per annum

Hours: Full time (37 hours per week)

The Natural History Records Bureau at Tullie House Museum was established in 1902, inspired by the work of Reverend Hugh Alexander Macpherson who had comprehensively recorded the natural history of Cumbria. Today Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre (CBDC) continues to collate biological records of species in Cumbria and is probably the oldest record centre of its type in the world. CBDC brings together, analyses and shares information on Cumbria’s natural history, wildlife sites and habitats for education, research and to help people make sound decisions when planning to develop and manage land sustainably. We are looking for someone with a passion for biodiversity and an interest in helping to shape the ecology of Cumbria, England’s most biodiverse county. This opportunity comes at an exciting time as Cumbria is one of five areas across England recently chosen to pilot the Local Nature Recovery strategy.

Education Officer - Manx BirdLife

£18,000 gross pa, WTE £22,500 pa

Working four days per week primarily with the Island's Primary Schools, you'll develop, resource and deliver Manx BirdLife's Education Programme. The role seeks to inspire young people across the Isle of Man to discover more about wild birds and their place in the natural world - through curriculum­-linked sessions, stand-­alone indoor and outdoor activities, and through maintaining excellent relationships with educators and education leaders/decision­-makers. You'll also oversee Manx BirdLife's popular Garden Birdwatch Scheme, supervise a number of office volunteers and contribute to the wider activities of the team and operations of the charity.

Freshwater Lead Advisers - Natural England

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Area Team Based

£26,224

Natural England is the UK Government’s independent adviser for the natural environment in England. We work with a wide range of partners and customers, from farmers and land managers to statutory bodies such as planning authorities, water companies and the Environment Agency, providing advice on sustainable land and water management, and safeguarding and monitoring our national and international protected sites networks.

Farm Activity and Events Co-ordinator – East Clayton Farm - Lorica Trust

Logo: East Clayton Farm

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience

Contract Period: Fixed Term 12-month contract

A new and exciting role has been created at East Clayton Farm for an individual to grow and expand opportunities at the Farm for individuals and local communities to enjoy the Farm’s wonderful facilities at weekends and during the school holidays.

Forest Manager/Senior Forest Manager - Scottish Woodlands

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Dumfries, South West Scotland

Scottish Woodlands Ltd is a leading forestry management company with a long tradition of serving forest owners and investors in Scotland and the rest of the UK. We provide a comprehensive range of forest, estate and land-related services underpinned by our in-depth market experience, knowledge base and commitment to quality. The business is largely employee owned, and this encourages a dedication and commitment to the highest standards of professionalism and customer focus. Our aim is to understand each client’s specific objectives and then to provide a service which is both flexible and personal.

Immersive Volunteer - National Trust South Downs West

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Hours: up to 30 hpw
Contract Length: up to 12 months
Want to help some of the UK’s rarest habitats not only survive, but thrive? The South Downs West team are offering an immersive volunteer experience helping look after some of the most spectacular sites in the South Downs, including the highest point of the National Park, SSSI heathland, chalk downland, lowland meadow, and wet woodland created by beavers.

Visitor Engagement Manager - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

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£29,300 – £31,800 per annum, dependant on experience, plus up to 9% employer pension contribution.

Full time, permanent.

Based at St. George’s Place, York (though requests to be based at any one of our regional offices will be considered) with travel across the region facilitated by access to Trust vehicles. Yorkshire Wildlife Trust supports both hybrid (a mix of office and home) and flexible working.

Are you a champion for inclusive visitor experiences? Can you lead a creative team to develop and deliver inspiring assets and events? Do you want to help us to bring about a wilder future for Yorkshire? If you’ve answered “yes, yes and YES!” then you might be just the person we’re looking for!

Farm Advice (Catchment Sensitive Farming) - Natural England

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National – Northumbria, Cumbria, Yorkshire & North Lincolnshire Cheshire & Lancashire, West Midlands, West Anglia, Wessex, Devon, Cornwall & IoS, Sussex & Kent

£26,224

Are you passionate about sustainable farming? Does working outdoors excite you? Want to start your career working with farmers to deliver the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan? Then the Catchment Sensitive Farming partnership – part of Natural England’s Farm Advice - has a role to suit you.

Breeding Bird Survey Organiser - British Trust for Ornithology

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This position is based at our HQ in Thetford, Norfolk, although you will be able to work from home part of the time on a hybrid working regime.

Full time, Permanent

£27,291 rising to £30,324 over 2 years + 11% employer pension contribution

We are looking for an enthusiastic National Organiser to be responsible for the successful running of the BTO/JNCC/RSPB Breeding Bird Survey and Waterways Breeding Bird Survey, working in the Surveys team. They will deliver key outputs of these high profile surveys, including summaries of results, the annual report and updating web pages. The work involves overseeing the BBS and WBBS volunteer network, liaising with the network of Regional Organisers, supervising ongoing development of the survey, BBS Online, maintaining a series of volunteer, bird, mammal and habitat databases, and managing the BC/CEH/BTO/JNCC Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey on BBS squares.

Principal Ecologist - EcoNorth Ltd

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Salary up to £49k, depending on experience, plus participation in profit share and pension schemes

Permanent

EcoNorth’s core team is based in Cramlington, Northumberland, just north of Newcastle upon Tyne, and services client requirements primarily throughout Northern England and Scotland. However, we would also welcome applications from candidates based in Scotland, North West England or Humberside who would consider working remotely for part of the time.

EcoNorth has an exciting opportunity for a Principal Ecologist to join our team of dedicated Ecologists. With a great and growing range of ongoing projects, EcoNorth is seeking to appoint a highly experienced individual to this lead role within the organisation, which comprises a great opportunity to shape the company and the projects we work on, lead complex elements of project delivery, promote staff development and contribute towards the organisation’s Quality, Health & Safety, and Environmental Management systems.

Ecological Field Surveyors - Keystone Ecology

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We are looking for a number of enthusiastic Field Ecologists to help us with our busy field survey season, particularly in South Wales for an upcoming reptile translocation.

You will need to have a qualification in Ecology or a related field and ideally have experience of protected species survey, however we are able to provide relevant training for a limited number of surveyors to carry out some aspects of survey work under licences held by our experienced staff.

Definitive Map Officer (Public Rights of Way) - Kirklees Council

Hours: 37 hours

Position type: Permanent

Salary: £35,336 to £37,568

Kirklees Council are committed to improving and developing its PROW network, which includes maintaining and updating the Definitive Map and Statement of Public Rights of Way in our district. We are now seeking an additional Definitive Map Officer to join our dedicated PROW team.

Project Officer (Public Rights Of Way) - Kirklees Council

Hours: 37

Location(s): Huddersfield

Position type: Permanent

Salary: £28,226 - £30,984

Are you passionate and knowledgeable about Public Rights of Way (PROW)? We require an additional officer to join our small, dedicated team who work tirelessly to maintain, assert and protect the access rights of the public and manage the legal record of Public Rights of Way in Kirklees.

Severn Treescapes Trees and Woodland Advisor x 3 - Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

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Salary Range: £24,000 - 27,040 per annum, dependent on experience
Contract: Fixed term, Full-time, ends March 2025
Based: Offices are in Gloucester, Leominster and Worcester depending on the hiring Wildlife Trust.

The Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire Wildlife Trusts’, in partnership, are recruiting these exciting roles to help deliver our new Trees Call for Action Fund, Severn Treescapes: Wye to Wyre, connecting nature and people project. Successful applicants will help us to create a 60 mile corridor of enhanced tree cover to connect two of England’s largest semi-natural woodlands, from the Lower Wye Valley to the Wyre Forest.

Senior Countryside Ranger - Groundwork Yorkshire

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Salary: £25,000 to £28,000

Basis: Full time, Permanent

location: To work across all three countryside park sites under Groundwork’s management (Fryston Trails, Frickley and Rabbit Ings Country Parks)

Responsible for: Countryside Rangers, outside contractors, consultants and volunteers.

Purpose and objectives of the post: To enable Groundwork to fulfill its mission to build sustainable communities in areas of need through joint action, working with the community and partners to improve quality of life and bring about positive change in people’s lifestyles and the environment; To promote the understanding and enjoyment of the natural environment at Rabbit Ings, Frickley Country Park and Fryston Countryside Trails by providing a programme of environmental education activities, helping to deliver the Land Trust KPIs, and assisting in the ongoing improvement and management of the sites

Severn Treescapes Project Manager - Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

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Salary: £33,000 per annum
Contract: Fixed term, Full-time to end March 2025
Based: Robinswood Hill, Gloucester

Successful applicants will lead the project to create a 60-mile corridor of enhanced tree cover to connect two of England’s largest semi-natural woodlands - crossing Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, and Worcestershire. The corridor will stretch from the Lower Wye Valley and Forest of Dean in the south, to the Wyre Forest in the north. Severn Treescapes will demonstrate that increasing woodland connectivity at a regional scale, whether through woodlands, hedgerows, orchards, agroforestry, and other tree systems, can work alongside productive agricultural systems. Not only maintaining productivity but benefiting biodiversity and tackling the impacts of climate change. This project will build on remaining pockets of ancient woodland to create a climate resilient landscape, all within 30 miles of the homes of around 8 million people.

Bat Surveyors - ECOSA

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Rates of pay are hourly and between £11.00 per hour and £16.00 per hour (subject to experience).

You would ideally be based within reasonable travelling distance of either our Head Office in Hampshire or Gloucestershire Office (and the adjoining counties) and we would also welcome applicants located across southern England.

Each year, ECOSA relies on a pool of skilled bat surveyors to help deliver our busy survey schedule. This work generally involves surveying from around sunset to two hours after sunset and for two hours before sunrise until sunrise.

Dartmoor Biodiversity Officer - South West Lakes Trust

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Base: Burrator Reservoir with flexible remote working, also required to travel to various sites across Dartmoor notably Venford Reservoir

Type: Fixed term 01 August 2022 - 31 March 2025

Hours: 37.5 hours per week on a flexible basis; normal working hours will include weekends, Bank Holidays and some evenings.

Salary: £27,000 - £28,361 per annum

Working in partnership with South West Water (SWW) to deliver Water Industry Green Recovery Programme obligations on SWW owned landholdings, you will oversee delivery of interventions to enhance biodiversity and restore land to improve catchment management and drinking water protected areas on rivers and headwaters in the Dartmoor National Park. By working with colleagues, stakeholders, partners and funders, you will deliver nature based solutions for the environment, which will contribute towards overall water quality and improved habitat conditions. You will also look for opportunities to partner with neighbouring landowners for wider benefit. Focusing on two SWW owned and SWL managed locations, Holne and the Burrator catchment and Venford Reservoir.

LINK Agriculture Advocacy Officer - Scottish Environment LINK

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Contract Type: Part time, fixed term to April 2024 (further 12 month extension funding dependent)

Salary: £25,500 - £28,000 pro rata per annum, depending on experience

Hours: Normally 21 hours per week

Location: LINK office Edinburgh, with flexible home working

Are you passionate about the environment? Do you want to join a dynamic network of environmental charities, all working together to restore and protect Scotland’s environment? This is a varied and interesting role where you will be supporting LINK’s new campaign, Farm for Scotland’s Future, producing advocacy briefings, and supporting LINK’s Food and Farming Group. This is a fun role, with potential to learn and grow within LINK’s small team and offers the opportunity to work closely with other environmental NGOs, all working towards the protection and restoration of nature.

Environmental Education Manager - idverde

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idverde are currently looking to recruit an enthusiastic and engaging leader to manage our environmental education programmes at Bromley Environmental Education Centre at High Elms as well as other nature sites around Bromley. Bromley’s Environmental Education Centre at High Elms (BEECHE) is a place where people of all ages and backgrounds can pursue their interests in Science, Nature, Art, Philosophy, Literature and Music in an awe-inspiring landscape of woodlands, grasslands and ponds.

Temporary Field Surveyors (Tree Health) - Acres Wild Woodlands Ltd

Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, North Berkshire, Hertfordshire, Hampshire and NW/N/NE London

Self employed surveyor opportunities! Join our dedicated team for ground survey of oak trees for oak processionary moth nests on behalf of the Forestry Commission. Immediate start, 40 hours a week until November, with the possibility of extension and of joining our winter survey.

Senior Ecologist - Royal Horticultural Society

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Location: RHS Garden Wisley, Woking

Salary: £32,795 to £40,198 depending on qualifications and experience

Hours: 37.5 per week

Contract: Permanent

We are looking for a Senior Ecologist to deliver on the Net Positive for Nature, Biodiversity Positive element of the RHS Sustainability Strategy. To design ecological surveys determining baseline biodiversity in RHS gardens and measure impacts, over time of wildlife gardening strategies. The post holder will develop and promote new strategies for ecological gardening and build collaborations (nationally and internationally) with other stakeholders to develop innovative research projects investigating the impact of gardening practices on wildlife.

Senior and Principal Ecologists - The Environmental Dimension Partnership Ltd

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Cardiff
The Environmental Dimension Partnership Ltd (EDP) is a highly regarded environmental planning and design consultancy with a reputation for delivering a high-quality service for our clients. We seek to create positive change; delivering optimum value for our clients; for the environment and for people. Benefiting from working in a multidisciplinary consultancy team, you will be responsible for project management across a range of projects varying in size, types and complexities, providing sound ecological advice.

Trustee - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

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Hours: 5 per month

Voluntary

Could you be one of our new Trustees? Are you passionate about Yorkshire’s wildlife? We are looking for new Trustees to join our Board in October. We are looking for individuals who share our vision of creating a Yorkshire rich in wildlife, making Yorkshire that little bit wilder and bringing people closer to nature.

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