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Devon Wildlife Trust




Torridge River Restoration Officer x 3

Full-time (37.5 hours per week), fixed term appointments until March 2021, based at DWT’s Cookworthy office in North Devon.

Salary: £22,185 - £24,998 plus 5% pension

We are seeking three experienced and knowledgeable farm advisors for the project. They will work with landowners to deliver capital interventions on riverside land, bringing water quality and other benefits to the environment.


  • Closing Date: 06/05/2019
  • Location: Cookworthy, North Devon
  • Posted: 15/04/2019
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Torridge River Restoration Project Team Leader

Full-time (37.5 hours per week), fixed term appointment until March 2021, based at DWT’s Cookworthy office in North Devon

Salary: £29,130 plus 5% pension

Are you ready for the next step in your conservation career - leading the restoration of a major Devon river and its landscape? The Torridge, one of Devon’s principal river catchments, is suffering long term chronic decline driven by diffuse agricultural pollution. The Torridge River Restoration Project is an ambitious, integrated programme of advisory and capital works interventions.


  • Closing Date: 06/05/2019
  • Location: Cookworthy, North Devon
  • Posted: 15/04/2019
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Volunteer Roles

JOB: Wild Paths Trainees

BE4: 6/6/19 5pm

LOC: Meeth Quarry, near Hatherleigh, Devon

PAY: £1000 pm bursary*

FOR: Devon Wildlife Trust

The Wild Paths Training Programme is designed to enable participants to gain a broad range of hands-on experience that will give them the skills and confidence to make a valuable contribution to the conservation of the natural heritage, and to communicate with, inspire and enthuse others about our natural heritage.  It is ideal for someone who is looking for a career working outdoors with wildlife and people, but candidates do not need to have any prior formal training in this sector. Candidates will however need to demonstrate a genuine desire to work in natural heritage conservation. Each placement starts on 1 September and lasts for 9 months, with an expectation that trainees attend an average 32 hours training time per week. *Trainees will receive a bursary of £1000 per month, to pay for rent, bills, food etc whilst they are in training and an opportunity to gain various qualifications and key industry tickets. ASK: Full details about the traineeship and how to apply can be found on the following page: https://www.dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk/WildPaths. Contact: Rachel Janes at Dorset Wildlife Trust: rjanes@dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk, 01305 264620





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