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Kent County Council

Habitat Management Advisor - OCND

Starting salary £28,925 pro rata,

Fixed term until 31st May 2021

Part-time 22.2 hours per -week
Location: Allington Lock, Maidstone

We are looking for a motivated person with excellent interpersonal skills to deliver the habitat connectivity elements of the Old Chalk new Downs project. You will use your experience in providing habitat management advice to work with a wide variety of landowners so that the project continues taking positive steps for biodiversity in the Kent Downs. Using your knowledge of downland habitats, you will be responsible for identifying new areas for restoration or expansion; ensuring that work supported or funded by us is carried out to a high standard, monitored and have assured legacy. With the help of volunteers and your knowledge of survey techniques, you will continue building and expanding our site condition assessment programme.

  • Closing Date: 01/07/2019
  • Location: Allington Lock, Maidstone, Kent
  • Posted: 06/06/2019
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Forest School Development Officer

Starting salary £25,238 per annum

Fixed Term Full Time, 37 hours per week

Location: Medway Valley Countryside Partnership (MVCP) Office - Maidstone, Kent.

We are a non-profit conservation organisation based in Maidstone' Kent and deliver and lead on a wide variety of conservation and local engagement projects across the area.  We have an exciting opportunity for a Level 3 trained Forest School practitioner to join the team as our new Forest School Development Officer. 

  • Closing Date: 26/06/2019
  • Location: Medway Valley Countryside Partnership (MVCP) Office - Maidstone, Kent
  • Posted: 03/06/2019
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Volunteer Roles

JOB: Hedgerow Surveyors

BE4: Ongoing

LOC: Maidstone Area, Kent

PAY: Training & travel expenses

FOR: Old Chalk New Downs Project, Kent County Council

We are looking to recruit a small team of dedicated volunteer surveyors to work on a hedgerow survey project. The survey is part of a bigger Heritage Lottery funded project called Old Chalk New Downs. The aim of the hedgerow survey is to ground truth a previously completed desktop study of historic hedgerows. The project will be using the “Hedgerow Survey Handbook” which is a nationally agreed methodology for recording the wildlife and cultural significance of hedgerows. ASK: For further information please contact matthew.pitts@kent.gov.uk

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