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Forest Manager/ Senior Forest Manager - Scottish Woodlands Ltd
Due to our increasing activities and expanding work programme in North West Scotland, an exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Forest Manger/Senior Forest Manager to join our progressive team to service both our existing client base and expanding business. We service this area from our Fort William office.
Reporting directly to the Regional Manager, the role involves all aspects of woodland establishment, restructuring and management from planning through to harvesting. The position includes the requirement to liaise directly with a range of clients, prepare and manage budgets, report writing, grant scheme applications, cost control, planning of operations and site supervision.
Wales Conservation Officer - RSPB
Location: Mid Wales
Salary: Starting at £26,212 to £29,320 per annum
Hours: Full time
Contract: 24 months
The post will concentrate on our Priority Landscape work in Wales, with emphasis on the Celtic Rainforest, Elenydd-Mallaen, North Wales Moors and Y Dirwedd Dyfi. These four landscapes have some of Wales' most specular scenery and the species to match. The areas of work the post will focus on are: Western Atlantic Woodlands (Y Dirwedd Dyfi and Celtic Rainforest, Elenydd-Mallaen), Black Grouse on the North Wales Moors and High Nature Value farmland adding connectivity to existing habitats from the valley bottom, through the woodlands and ffridd, to the uplands.
Assistant Ecologist - Ecolocation
Location: Central Warwickshire (home based)
Hours: Full time (options can be discussed)
Ecolocation are looking to recruit an Assistant Ecologist to start immediately full time although other options will be considered. The post holder will provide ecological assistance to senior ecologists involving report prep, Phase 1 surveys and reports, as well as assistance with bat activity surveys, great crested newt surveys and reptile surveys. They will also be responsible for managing the ecological survey calendar and will be required to undertake bat sound analysis.
Freshwater Lead Adviser - Natural England
Contract type: Permanent
The Wessex Team of Natural England covers Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire and Avon. You will be joining a very experienced team of conservation professionals working to innovate new solutions in a high pressure environment. You will have access to much experience and support and, once established in post, will be encouraged to use your own initiative to push the boundaries of solution design.
Principal Policy Officer Woodlands and Forestry - RSPB
Salary: Starting at £34,643 to £38,632 per annum
Hours: Full time
This is an outstanding opportunity to ensure the UK's woodlands and forests help tackle the nature and climate crises. You will lead the development and high-level advocacy of RSPB policy on forestry and woodland issues and influence important debates and decisions across the UK.
Catchment Sensitive Farming Officer for the Hampshire Avon Catchment - Natural England
Location: Mainly working in Wiltshire so possible office bases are Blandford Forum, Dorchester, Bristol.
Contract type: Permanent
Natural England is looking for an enthusiastic team player who can work with farmers and partner organisations to address diffuse water pollution and air quality issues in the Hampshire Avon catchment. Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF) contributes to the delivery of our environmental outcomes for the area team alongside other tools such as agri-environment schemes, statutory planning work, regulation and enforcement.
Countryside/Chainsaw Operative - ES Mitigation & Management Limited
ES Mitigation & Management, an ecological contractor and part of the ESL Group based in Broadway WR12, are looking for operatives to join our busy, friendly team working on sites throughout the UK. Work will involve both small and large scale vegetation clearance projects (trees and hedge felling), installing all types of ecological fencing, creating and managing a variety of green spaces, and wildlife mitigation services.
Operations Officer - Scottish Natural Heritage
18.5 hours a week, Permanent
Salary £27,136 per annum pro rata
You will contribute to the delivery of NatureScot’s objectives within the Tayside and Grampian Unit.
The post’s main areas of work will be protected areas management, development casework and helping to co-ordinate Tayside and Grampian Unit’s monitoring programme for protected areas.
Rights of Way Enforcement Officer - VIA East Midlands Ltd
Location – West Bridgford, Nottingham
Hours – Full Time
Via currently has fantastic opportunity to join our Rights of Way Team as a Rights of Way Enforcement Officer based at our office in West Bridgford.
This role is critical to delivering Via East Midlands’ obligation to assist in enforcement action on the Nottinghamshire network of Public Rights of Way (PROW). Working closely with the Via Area Rights of Way Officers, and County Council colleagues, you will assist in carrying out Nottinghamshire County Councils statutory duties in respect of the protection of PROWs and lead in the implementation of the enforcement activities in line with current practises and policies, including preparing cases for prosecution. You will also lead on campaigns intended to proactively maintain accessibility to the PROW network across the county.
Assistant Grazing Officer - Sussex Wildlife Trust
Location: Southerham, Lewes with Travel across Sussex required
Actual Salary: £23, 848 per annum
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: 35 hours over a 7 day rota - Evening and weekend work required
Sussex Wildlife Trust is a conservation charity for everyone who cares about nature in Sussex. We focus on protecting the wonderfully rich natural life that is found across our towns, countryside and coast. By working alongside local people we create opportunities for us all to connect with nature and for nature to thrive in even the most unlikely places.
Ryevitalise Graduate Placement - North York Moors National Park Authority
£18,933 - £19,698 per annum
Ryevitalise is a new £3.4 million Landscape Partnership Scheme supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund working to: conserve, enhance and restore the natural and cultural heritage of the River Rye and its tributaries; and encouraging people to reconnect with the history, wildlife and landscapes of the area.
Pinetum Craftsperson - Forestry England
Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Forest Craftsperson. You'll help to manage, maintain and develop and Bedgebury’s internationally important botanical collection of trees.
Urban Ranger - Devon Wildlife Trust
Salary: £26,135 plus 5% pension
This is a full-time, fixed term appointment until 31 August 2022, with a further extension expected following delays due to Covid 19.
Green Minds is a large new Plymouth-based project working with communities and organisations to develop nature-based solutions to land management that support environmental/social values, co-stewardship and connection to nature. Funded by the Urban Innovative Actions fund, part of the European Regional Development Fund, the Urban Ranger will play a critical role in the project team, facilitating (with Plymouth City Council) the engagement of the public in Green Minds, developing and delivering practical community tasks, and supporting communities to work in partnership with land managers towards neighbourhood co-stewardship of urban greenspace.
Tamar Valley AONB Manager - Cornwall Council
Location: Gunnislake, Cornwall
Salary: £34,210 - £41,881
Opportunities such as this are rare. An opportunity has arisen for the manager’s post of the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (TVAONB). The Tamar Valley region that borders Cornwall and Devon is renowned as one of the most beautiful parts of the UK, with vibrant communities and a coastline that is largely unparalleled; some of the many reasons why our beautiful part of the world attracts so many visitors eager to experience our culture and landscape. This role will provide the leadership required to help manage, maintain and develop one of the most unique AONB areas in the UK. You will be tasked with updating and maintaining the management plan, building consensus amongst partners (including 5 local authorities) and communities to develop common goals.
Job Opportunities - Isle of Anglesey County Council
Actions for Nature Project Manager - RSPB
Salary: Starting at £26,212 to £29,320 per annum
Hours: Full time
Contract: Fixed Term until December 2023
This role presents a unique opportunity to play a leading part in an exciting new project to enable and empower people to take action for nature. Working in partnership with one of our major corporate partners, this project will inspire people to give nature a home where they live, such as in their gardens or on balconies, as well as helping people take a range of other actions to help tackle the nature and climate crisis.
Senior Conservation Social Scientist - RSPB
£30,817 to £34,471
The RSPB Centre for Conservation Science is looking for a talented and experienced person to join our team providing social science research and evidence to inform the wide portfolio of work of the RSPB.
The work programme will span international and UK nature conservation issues, and the post-holder will be expected to balance their own project work with line management of others, occasional training of partners and provision of general evidence-based social science advice to diverse interest groups across RSPB. There will be a focus, though not exclusive, on providing support for projects seeking joint conservation and human livelihood outcomes, currently particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.
Canna Engagement Ranger - National Trust for Scotland
FT role based on the island of Canna in the Small Isles on the West coast of Scotland.
Salary: £22,304 + accommodation is available with this role.
The Canna Engagement Ranger post is positioned to provide an “on the ground” support function to the island. Overall this will be in pursuit of the following outcomes for and with the natural heritage cared for by the National Trust for Scotland. i.e. Visitors & Learning; Habitats; Trust Voice; Community Engagement and Built Heritage.
Trees and Woodlands Officer - London Borough of Hillingdon
Location: Civic Centre, High Street Uxbridge, Middlesex, London, UB8 1UW
Contract Hours: Full-time permanent
Salary: £27,228 - £30,711 per annum
The London Borough of Hillingdon is highly regarded for its open space and street scene. Trees are one of the most important and defining aspects of the borough and require a well managed, high quality and professional approach to achieve results that are expected. In this role you will be joining Hillingdon Council's Green Spaces Team, a team of dedicated award winners.
Creating Natural Connections - Trainee - Scottish Wildlife Trust
Full-time (35 hours per week) for 9 months
£9.30 per hour (Real Living Wage)
The Creating Natural Connections project has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated person to take up a traineeship through this inspiring community project. Here you will learn how to work with young people in schools and the local community, helping them to engage with their local natural environment that can support their health, wellbeing and enjoyment of their local surroundings.
Conservation Social Scientist - RSPB
Salary: £26,212 to £29,320 Per Annum
Hours: Full time / Contract: 18 Months
The RSPB Centre for Conservation Science is looking for a talented person to join our People Conservation Science section. You will be providing social science research and evidence to inform a new project working with first-time UK home-buyers to investigate gardening behaviours.
Landscape Maintenance Roles - The Parks Trust
The Parks Trust is recruiting for 3 roles based in and around Milton Keynes from our site depot at Global House, Vincent Avenue, Crownhill, Milton Keynes, MK8 0AB
Tractor Driver and Machinery Operator - Salary range £21,000 - £23,000 per annum
Landscape Maintenance Trainee ‘Level 1’ - Salary range £18,200 per annum (initial starting salary)
Landscape Maintenance Technician - Salary range £20,000 - £23,000 per annum
FM / Stewardship Forester - Forestry and Land Scotland
2 Roles Based in Durris £28,116 - £30,159 plus benefits
Do you have a passion for the outdoors? Do you want to join a dedicated team managing the National Forest Estate in the north-east of Scotland? Then this may be the job for you.
The team is located within north-east Scotland and covers an area of approximately 90,000ha of woodlands. The team manages a range of sites from urban woodlands on the outskirts of Aberdeen City to the iconic pine forests in Deeside, managing a diverse range of thinning, harvesting and restocking programmes. The main regional offices are in Huntly and Dunkeld but there are a number of outposted teams based across the region including at Durris near Banchory where the team covering the central area of the region and these posts are based.
Chief Executive Officer - The Conservators of Ashdown Forest
Hours per week: 37
Salary: Negotiable up to £50,000
The Board of the Conservators of Ashdown Forest is seeking to appoint a Chief Executive Officer. The CEO is principally based at the Forest Centre, Wych Cross, East Sussex
Moving into a new phase of management, the CEO will provide strategic leadership and development; will have overall responsibility for long term financial planning; the protection and conservation of the Forest, and management of staff and resources. The CEO will have a strong relationship with the Board and the local community.
Grey Squirrel Officer (Seasonal) - Scottish Wildlife Trust
Seasonal post December 2020 to September 2021
35 hours per week
Location: Home based Trossachs-Dunbartonshire-Stirling.
Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels - Developing Community Action (SSRS-DCA) is a project to secure the long-term future of red squirrels in Scotland by building capacity among communities of volunteers and land managers to take on some of the essential protection measures required to protect the red squirrels in key areas.
As part of this programme we are looking for a self-starter with a love of outdoor working who is experienced in grey squirrel control work and with ability to interact with land managers and their staff, to fill a new seasonal Grey Squirrel Officer post. This work will be chiefly aimed grey squirrel trapping and blood sampling for squirrelpox testing, as well as grey squirrel population control in critical dispersal corridors, across a wide landscape stretching from Arrochar to Stirling.
Interpretation Officer - Friends of the Lake District
Starting salary: £24,718 (F.T.E) Pro Rata, Part Time (14 hours per week)
The post is for period to the end of April 2023 with a potential extension to the autumn of 2023. It will be based at Tebay within the scheme area.
The Westmorland Dales is a beautiful area of Cumbria, with a rich natural and cultural heritage, lying within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. A £2.27m grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund has been secured to deliver the £3.45m 4-year Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership Scheme, for which Friends of the Lake District is the lead partner and the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority the accountable body.
The Interpretation Officer will play a key role in the team. He or she will take the lead in delivering the Interpreting the Westmorland Dales project in particular, working closely with the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, other partners, consultants, designers, and community groups. In addition they will help to ensure that interpretation is a common thread linking all the various projects together, drawing on the draft interpretive plan which has already been developed.
Outdoor Learning Officer - The Prospects Foundation
The post will be 22.20 hours per week over 3 days, including weekend work, and will be based from our offices at 54 Broadway, Accrington. The salary will be £15,000 per annum for 22.20 hours per week. This is based on a full-time equivalent salary of £25,000 for 37.00 hours per week.
We are pleased to announce that we have secured funding for a 3-year part-time post to deliver a programme of work to enthuse and support local people to engage with the natural environment, gain a greater understanding of environmental issues and drive sustainable behaviour change.
Nature Policy Officer - RSPB
Cardiff or Bangor Office
£26,212 to £29,320 per annum
12 Month contract
RSPB Cymru is looking for a committed individual to help us shape the policies we need in Wales to tackle the nature emergency. We are in a critical moment for nature, and the RSPB is campaigning to secure strong commitments to nature's recovery in all four countries of the UK as well as robust international targets on biodiversity and climate change.
West Suffolk Woodlands Assistant Warden - Suffolk Wildlife Trust
Salary: £19,500 - £21,000 pa (according to level of experience)
Contract type: Fixed term / Working hours: Full time
Location: Bradfield Woods National Nature Reserve
Suffolk Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation organisation in Suffolk, committed to achieving the best outcomes for biodiversity on its reserves. You will work under the direction of the Woodlands Warden to ensure excellent standards of conservation management and visitor access across SWT’s West Suffolk woodland reserves including Arger Fen and Spouses Vale, Bulls Wood, Bonny Wood Groton Wood and Combs Wood.
Country Parks Officer - Eastleigh Borough Council
Full-time, permanent position
£19,287 per annum – band 2
37 hours a week to be worked over 7 days
We are seeking passionate, motivated individuals to join the Country Parks Team to help deliver a safe and enjoyable customer experience across our two Country Parks, Itchen Valley & Lakeside. You will help maintain and improve the standards of all infrastructure in the parks, providing information and assistance to visitors and helping to both co-ordinate and lead volunteer groups in a variety of access and conservation based tasks.
Natural Heritage Officer - Elan Valley Trust
Biodiversity Information Manager - Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
Based: WWT Head Office, Elm Tree Court, Devizes
Contract: Full Time Permanent – 37.5 hours/week
The Trust is looking for an experienced, enthusiastic leader and manager who is committed to the development of Wiltshire & Swindon Biological Records Centre (WSBRC). The post holder will be someone who is able to use their ecological knowledge and their understanding of the major issues facing the natural environment to interpret and engage with key policies and strategies and work with diverse stakeholder groups to support nature’s recovery.
Estates Worker (North) - Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
Contract: 37.5 hours/week – Permanent
Based: Lower Moor Nature Reserve
The role will involve practical land and estate management that will vary especially by season and habitat. You will work as part of a small estates team, alongside farm and conservation officers to deliver the annual work programme. The role will be very visible and you will meet members of the public on a daily basis, lead and develop volunteer opportunities and help organise and deliver events.
Ornithological Field Surveyor - Carroll Ecology
Salary – £19,000-£23,000 depending on skills and experience
We require a bird surveyor for ongoing projects throughout Scotland.
Applicants will be birders and will ideally have carried out bird surveys such as Vantage Points, Breeding Bird Survey and Raptor Surveys.
Planning Survey Assistant - Forestry and Land Scotland
Based in Ae, Dumfries
£25,138 - £26,525 plus benefits
Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) is an executive agency of the Scottish Government and manages Scotland’s Forest and Land. We manage land on behalf of Scottish Ministers and serve as part of the Environment and Forestry directorate of the Scottish Government. You'll be working as part of the Planning team to help plan the delivery of the region’s work programmes and other survey programmes. This includes felling, thinning, restocking, new planting and tree health monitoring programmes.
Principal Ecologist - Appletons
Appletons is a small well established independent consultancy based in Bolton, Lancashire delivering a wide range of high-quality environmental services including ecology, landscape architecture and arboriculture. The practice works across a variety of sectors including the planning and development process. We are now seeking an experienced / principal ecologist to join our small ecology team.
Volunteer Co-ordinator - Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust
This purpose of this role is to develop and lead the Trust’s community support and volunteer offer across a broad range of activities, including practical conservation, ecological data collection, ranger tasks, office tasks, advocacy, communications, outdoor learning and family engagement.
To champion and promote volunteering across the organisation and externally, seeking out new volunteer opportunities and reaching out to new audiences as well as existing volunteers and community groups.
Tees-Swale Farming and Nature Officers - North Pennines AONB Partnership / Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority
Salary range £31,346-34,728 (DCC Grade 10)
Full time 5-year contracts
The North Pennines AONB Partnership and Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority are looking for two experienced people to deliver the nature recovery strands of a ground-breaking nature recovery and engagement programme, Tees-Swale – naturally connected. After three years in development, this National Lottery Heritage Fund supported programme is now ready to start making things happen on the ground.
Ecological Contracting Assistants - ECOSA
You will need to be based in Hampshire or the adjoining counties and ideally be within travelling distance of our head office in Hampshire.
ECOSA are looking for professional and reliable Ecological Contracting Assistants to help deliver our busy schedule over the coming months. We are keen to hear from ecological sub-contractors capable of implementing protected species mitigation solutions on site, such as wildlife fencing installation and habitat creation and management.
Beyond Nature Farming Officer - Yorkshire Water with Nidderdale AONB
Grade: H Salary: £30,451 to £32,234 per annum
1 year fixed term contract
Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in partnership with Yorkshire Water is looking for a talented and committed individual to take on the role of Beyond Nature Farming Officer to deliver land management conservation over Yorkshire Water’s estate in Nidderdale AONB and across Yorkshire.
Ecological Consultant - RSK ADAS Ltd
Location: Boxworth, Cambridgeshire
Salary: Competitive Salary
Our Ecology business comprises a highly skilled team focused on providing services to a wide range of clients, particularly developers, utility companies and the renewable energy and rural industries, and as a result of our success in this area, we have a vacancy for an Ecological Consultant.
Vacancies - Knighton Countryside Management Ltd
Foreman, Chainsaw Operators, Fencers & General Operatives
Knighton Countryside Management Ltd is based at Piddlehinton, Dorchester & undertakes a range of ecological & environmental contracting. We have opportunities for suitably qualified Foreman, Chainsaw Operators, Fencers & General Operatives for fencing, vegetation clearance, & ecological contracting, to work on jobs in Dorset and across southern England/Wales.
We also have vacancies for climbers in our friendly and dedicated Tree Surgery Teams based in Dorset.
Recreation Craftsperson - Forestry England
Alice Holt Forest
Weekend work will be required
We are looking for a Recreation Craftsperson to join our fantastic team at Alice Holt Forest, the 5th most visited free attraction in the South East of England.
A self-motivated individual, you’ll help us to ensure our forest is a clean, safe and welcoming environment for all our visitors. You’ll help to maintain and develop our forest facilities using your previous knowledge and experience in park or countryside management. You’ll also be comfortable and confident talking to the public to ensure we deliver high-quality customer service.
Conservation Volunteer Support Officer - Herefordshire Wildlife Trust
Part-time: 22 hours/week. This is a 33-month fixed term contract funded by National Lottery
Salary: £19,240.00 pro rata
Based at Queenswood Country Park, Herefordshire, HR6 0PY, as well as other nature reserves & some home working
The Conservation Volunteer Support Officer role will be to support reserves volunteers and trainees, including: Managing the Volunteer Conservation Trainees, assisting the Volunteer Co-ordinator and Reserves Volunteer Leaders in ensuring volunteer processes are followed and working on reserves with volunteers with additional needs to improve wellbeing.
Seasonal Ecologists 2021 - Tyler Grange Group Limited
6 month contract from March 2021
Location: Various offices
Would you like to work with people who are passionate about ecology and also keen to help you progress your career? Tyler Grange Group Limited is recruiting a number of Seasonal Ecologists for all of its office locations and can offer some diverse projects for you to learn the technicalities of Ecological Consultancy. Our busy ecology team requires some graduate/seasonal ecologists to assist during the survey Season in 2021. The successful applicants could be working from any of our offices (South West/Cotswolds, Manchester, London, or Birmingham) but would have a designated office base from which you will primarily be working. You will be working on sites throughout the country and should be willing and able to travel. The role will involve a wide variety of survey work, together with office based activities including data searches, data analysis and providing various project support to consultants.
Livestock Coordinator - Bath City Farm
Bath City Farm is seeking an experienced and dedicated individual to take on the day-to-day care of our animals, ensuring their health and welfare is maintained to a high standard.
The role will include rearing animals for sale and meat production. Working with the General Manager you will plan and implement changes to the Farm's range of livestock, and with the Site and Facilities Manager you will help develop the infrastructure of the animal housing and enclosures.
Billing & Time Recording Database Manager (20 hours) - MacArthur Green
Salary £28,000 – £34,000 pro rata, dependent on experience, plus company pension contribution.
The work pattern will be five half days per week, Monday to Friday, during office hours (times to be agreed between 8.30am and 5pm), 20 hours per week
MacArthur Green is a carbon negative environmental consultancy operating in the west end of Glasgow. We work predominantly on renewable energy projects in Scotland. We need a Billing and Time Recording Database Manager to take on our database – BillQuick.
Senior Delivery Team Officer - Oxfordshire County Council
Location: Signal Court, Eynsham and Countywide
Salary: Greenbook salary scale – Senior Delivery Team Officer Grade 8 SCP 18-23. £24,313 - £26,999 per annum
Contract type: Permanent
Hours per week: 37 - we are open to discussions about flexible working
The Countryside Access Delivery Team provide a modern, responsive and effective maintenance service for the county’s residents and visitors across the 2600-mile public rights of way network. The role offers an exciting opportunity to play a pivotal role in providing, maintaining and protecting access to the extensive Public Rights of Way network of Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire has for many years delivered this service through a specialist inhouse delivery team.
Countryside Access Delivery Team Officer - Oxfordshire County Council
Location: Signal Court, Eynsham and Countywide
Salary: Greenbook salary scale - Delivery Team Officer Grade 7 SCP 13-17 £22,021 - £23,836 per annum
Contract type: Permanent / Hours per week: 37 - we are open to discussions about flexible working
In the role you will assist and support the practical delivery of small-scale projects on the public rights of way network across the county. Operating from our Eynsham based workshop the work will vary hugely from installing fingerposts, clearing vegetation and fallen trees to installing bridges, gates, surfacing and drainage projects as well as supporting the work of volunteer, community and special interest groups in this area.
Estates Worker - General - Ferne Animal Sanctuary
Main purpose of the role is to support the Estates Manager in the maintenance of the farm land at Ferne including the Montague Panton Farm and to support the Estates Team with general management tasks as required.
Key responsibilities in consultation with the Estates Manager, include: to ensure that the farm land meets the standards required by the Estates Manager; to identify any issues and highlight these to the Estates Manager and agree remedial actions; to ensure that all fields are managed in accordance with plans drawn up by the Estates Manager.
Assistant Warden - RSPB
Salary: Starting at £21,718 to £24,293 Per Annum Pro Rata
Hours: Part time, 22.5 Per Week
In your role as Assistant Warden, you will assist in coordinating and leading the delivery of a busy work programme across multiple sites. Your role will be varied - in any given week you could be supervising and developing volunteers, delivering hands-on habitat management, surveying wildlife and habitats, supervising contractors, working with visitors or carrying out estate maintenance.
New Life on the Old West Project Manager - Cambridgeshire ACRE
Job Base: Homeworking
Contract: Full-time (35 hours per week), fixed term contract to 30-Sep-2023, immediate start
Salary: In the range of £29,577 - £37,890 per annum. Please note that we only appoint above the mid-point of the range in exceptional circumstances.
Cambridgeshire ACRE has a vacancy for an experienced Project Manager to lead the successful delivery of its new National Lottery Heritage Fund-funded project ‘New Life on the Old West’.
The role will firstly involve working closely with project partners, contractors and stakeholders to successfully deliver a raft of planned habitat enhancements across a range of sites, including securing land access, obtaining any consents required and overseeing all works. The second key aspect of the role will involve supporting the successful delivery of a planned community engagement programme of training and volunteering, citizen science, public events and learning activities to engage a diverse audience in the project’s activities.
Natural Prospects Traineeships - Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country
Birmingham and the Black Country
£9,000 bursary + £1,000 training budget and £250 PPE budget
Paid • Full Time • Fixed Term Contract
Do you love wildlife and working outdoors? Are you practical and want to learn new skills? Thinking about a career in wildlife conservation? The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are providing six vacancies in a series of one-year practical conservation training placements to highly motivated individuals with a keen interest in wildlife and conservation.
Principal Tree and Landscape Officer - Three Rivers District Council
Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire (Home/Office Based)
Salary: £31,381 - £33,752 inc. of LWF
Three Rivers District Council is an ambitious and innovative local public sector organisation. Located in Rickmansworth, South Hertfordshire, we are just a train ride from central London and just outside the M25 and a five minute drive from junction 18 on the M25. We’re currently looking for a Principal Tree and Landscape Officer to join our Trees and Landscapes team at Three Rivers District Council.
Farm & Countryside Maintenance Worker (two positions available) - CP Farming
Hours of work: 30 hours/week/person, flexible hours/days, long term contracts
CP Farming is looking for two enthusiastic people with meticulous attention to detail to work across our mixed farming business at farms in South Gloucestershire and North Wiltshire. The successful candidates will be responsible for ensuring that an excellent standard of tidiness, upkeep and repair is maintained across all of our farms.
Qualified and Trainee Arborists - South East London Region - Glendale
Working from 7 am - 4.30 pm 5 days per week. Regular paid overtime also available outside of these hours.
Our Bromley depot based near Keston currently employs 8 qualified and experienced full-time arborists. Our arborists benefit from a vast array of tools and equipment, from high-end timberwolf chippers, Husqvarna and Stihl handheld equipment including battery equivalent tools, Mobile Elevated Platforms, remote-controlled stump grinders and 3.5t - 7.5t arb spec vehicles. Services offered in this region include woodland and estates management, vegetation management, fencing, tree surgery, forestry and environmental engineering projects.
Qualified and Trainee Arborists - Surrey Region - Glendale
Working from 7 am - 3.30 pm 5 days per week. Regular paid overtime also available outside of these hours.
This is an outstanding career opportunity with a market leader providing arboricultural services to private and public sector businesses. Our Surrey depot based near Godalming is one of our flagship arboricultural bases, employing 15 qualified and experienced full-time arborists and 2 full-time trainee arborists.
As well as core technical arboricultural tasks, services offered in this region include woodland and estates management, vegetation management, fencing, tree surgery, forestry and environmental engineering projects so there is a wide variety of experiences and skills to be gained.
Couple - Gardener / Estate Worker / House Keeper - KLP Estate
The position is for a couple to live on the Estate in South Oxfordshire. The Estate comprises approx. 280 acres, a main 17th Century house set in 10 acres of garden, several houses and a mixed farming estate with woodlands and lakes. The Estate was purchased in 2018, the new owners have the vision of transforming the gardens and surrounding landscape back to their former glory.
Qualified and Trainee Arborists - North London Region - Glendale
Working from 7 am - 4.30 pm 5 days per week. Regular paid overtime also available outside of these hours.
Glendale arboriculture carries out a wide range of tree-related works for domestic, commercial & public sector clients, throughout London and the South East. We are looking for staff to join our arboriculture teams based in Waltham Abbey. Services offered in this region include woodland and estates management, vegetation management, fencing, tree surgery, forestry and environmental engineering projects.
Senior Project Manager - Mersey Rivers Trust
Location: Greater Manchester/Merseyside/Cheshire
Salary: £30,000 - £35,000, dependent on experience
Hours: Full Time, 37.5 hours per week. Flexibility required (some evening & weekend work)
Mersey Rivers Trust is the principal environmental charity working to improve the quality of rivers across the Mersey Basin. As we continue to grow and succeed in attracting more grant-funded projects, we are now seeking an experienced senior project manager to lead different programmes of work, larger projects and project delivery teams across the Mersey Basin.
Assistant Gardener - Slawston Grange Estate
Working on an estate within Leicestershire, LE16.
Full time, Monday to Friday, 8 hours per day.
Duties to include: Working in a 2.5 acre formal garden with topiary, herbaceous, perennials and formal lawns; The garden is set around the main house within an 800 acre estate; The role requires attention to detail as the garden is presented to the highest of standards; Use of hedge cutters, strimmers and other garden machinery; Whilst the work will predominantly be within the garden you will also have to undertake tasks on the wider estate.