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Water Environment Worker Apprenticeship

Salary: £16,811 pa

Duration: 18 months (37.5 hours pw)

Apprenticeship level: Advanced

Locations: Norwich, Wilmslow, Keswick and Minehead

This role is for a Water Environment Work Apprenticeship. You will be working on Riverlands, the National Trust's largest programme of work delivering our ambitions for the Natural Environment. The water environment includes rivers, coasts (the sea), lakes, wetlands, canals and reservoirs. The employee’s primary role will involve habitat creation and restoration in water environments. This will involve the use of green engineering techniques and working with natural processes.


  • Closing Date: 31/10/2019
  • Location: Norwich, Wilmslow, Keswick and Minehead
  • Role Type: Apprentice
  • Posted: 16/10/2019
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Ranger

£19,928 pa

Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)

Exeter

Fashion-famous and full of colour, at 6,400 acres, Killerton is one of the National Trust’s largest special places and here we employ over 130 people. Located close to the vibrant city centre of Exeter, the 18th century house and parklands benefits from free parking and good transport links. Its size and scale, fabulous views and focus on fantastic visitor experience makes Killerton a truly wonderful place to work. And with many rare trees and glorious gardens, it’s the perfect place for gardeners and rangers to grow their career.


  • Closing Date: 01/11/2019
  • Location: Exeter
  • Posted: 15/10/2019
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Volunteer Roles

JOB: Windpump Welcome Volunteer

BE4: Ongoing

LOC: Horsey Windpump, Horsey, Norfolk

PAY: Training and travel expenses

FOR: National Trust

Min 3.5 hours a fortnight. In 2019 National Trust reopened Horsey Windpump to paying visitors and to members following an extensive restoration project. This is your chance to get involved with this historic building share its dramatic story and engage visitors with our local industrial heritage. This is an exciting, flexible role in which no two days will be the same. ASK: Please contact Horsey Windpump on horseywindpump@nationaltrust.org.uk or phone 01263 740241 or visit https://c-js.co.uk/2P0sRDq

JOB: Community Outreach Volunteer, Riverlands. National Trust

BE4: 1/12/19

LOC: National Trust Estate Office, Holnicote, Exmoor TA24 8TJ

PAY: Full training and travel expenses

FOR: National Trust

Riverlands aims to increase local people’s connections with their rivers and streams and the wildlife found in them. The projects Engagement Officer, Sammy, is looking to recruit a team of volunteers to support her with this aspect of the project’s work. This role will involve helping to run community events, attending local events to meet people and promote the project, working with schools and families. This will be an extremely varied role with the opportunity to work with a diverse range of people from all ages and backgrounds. This project will also focus on working with those who will benefit the most from nature, reaching out to new audiences. This role would suit someone who is confident, outgoing, enjoys working with a wide variety of people and can inspire others. Training is provided. ASK: Contact samantha.fraser@nationaltrust.org.uk 07741129245.

JOB: Photographer and/or Film Maker, Riverlands

BE4: 1/12/19

LOC: National Trust Estate Office, Holnicote, TA24 8TJ

PAY: Travel expenses

FOR: National Trust

Riverlands is a national project that aims to create rivers and catchments that are clean, healthy and rich in wildlife. We also want the project to inspire people to connect with rivers, nature and wildlife, increasing the relevance of rivers and other freshwaters in our lives. The Porlock project area includes the River Aller, Horner Waterand Hawcombe Stream. It lies in the north-east corner of Exmoor National Parkand has a combined river length of 44km. Working in collaboration with others, we will restore the rivers and their tributaries, improve water quality, protect endangered species such as the water vole, develop opportunities for species reintroduction such as beaver, and improve land management practices, both on land owned by the National Trust, as well as that of our neighbours. We’re looking for someone who has a keen eye for a good image to help us capture this project work and showcase the benefit it has for nature and the local community. We are also interested in making films with local schools. Riverlands is a national project, so this would be the perfect opportunity to promote the work of local photographers and film makers. ASK: Contact samantha.fraser@nationaltrust.org.uk 07741129245.

JOB: Park Explorers Leaders

BE4: Ongoing

LOC: National Trust Morden Hall Park, South London

PAY: 0

FOR: National Trust

Mondays during school term times. You will help to lead an innovative programme of weekly activities for children aged from 18 months to 4 years and their parents / carers. Bring Morden Hall Park to life for families as they learn through outdoor activities, storytelling, crafts & songs.   Friendly & enjoy working with families; enthusiastic about being outdoors, developing & leading activities that get young children hands on to explore & learn about the natural world. Enjoys storytelling, leading songs, creating & leading craft activities. Strong communicator with good customer service skills, enjoys being part of a team & comfortable leading & giving directions to others. Suitable for somebody looking to improve their CV & gain hands-on early years exp. ASK: For more information visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/volunteer or contact the Learning Assistant on 0208 5456853 or mordenhallparklearning@nationaltrust.org.uk with any enquiries.

JOB: Immersive Volunteer Ranger

BE4: 11/11/2019

LOC: North York Moors

PAY: Training

FOR: National Trust

3-4 days a week for no more than twelve months in one of the National Trust’s most diverse properties. The North York Moors 1500 ha covering moorland, farmland, common land, woodlands, SSSIs & archaeological sites. As volunteer you will become part of the ranger team out in all weathers undertaking a wide variety of practical conservation tasks, access maintenance, visitor engagement & assisting with volunteer groups. You will receive formal training in first aid, plus a ‘ticket’ relevant to the ranger role e.g. brushcutter, the opportunity to take on projects as agreed as part of a personal development plan. Additional external training may be available if needed. Learn about all aspects of rangering from day-to-day tasks to wider land management. Suitable for someone looking to develop their skills & knowledge towards a career as a Ranger. Full driving licence essential (state on your CV). ASK: Send CV & covering letter to ashley.radford@nationaltrust.org.uk

JOB: Volunteer Gardeners

BE4: N / A

LOC: Cragside, Northumberland, NE65

PAY:

FOR: National Trust

If you love gardens as much as we do then you’ll know they need a lot of care & attention. Volunteer Gardeners do practical work to help keep Cragside in peak condition & looking eye catching. What's involved? Helping the gardens team with everyday practical tasks to keep the garden looking at its best; looking after garden machinery & equipment; being a friendly face for visitors & answering any questions; helping with projects like new planting or clearing overgrown areas. This role will suit you if you are: keen to work in a team; happy to work outside in all weathers; interested in gardening & have a bit of exp; available at least once a fortnight. Any day to suit you, our core volunteer days are Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, we can offer weekends too. ASK: Apply online at https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/volunteer & search Cragside or call 01669 620333.





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