Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)
As a hands-on Gardener, you’ll assist in making sure that the garden/Arboretum are maintained to a high standard. You’ll be passionate and enthused and knowledgeable about the varied plants within the garden. This role will include a range of practical horticultural/arboricultural tasks to develop, enhance and conserve the garden and contribute to the delivery of projects.
Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)
The voice of our landscapes, conservation champions and lovers of all things outdoors, you’ll help to keep the British countryside and coast wonderful. We are a seeking an enthusiastic outdoors person to join our Outdoors team in the Central Chilterns. This role will work predominantly within the woodland areas of our portfolio.
Accommodation & training
5 days a week for at 12 months.
Join the North Pembrokeshire Ranger team on the spectacular North Pembrokeshire coast and inland heaths. Working alongside staff & other volunteers, you will gain knowledge, skills & experience in countryside management, whilst ensuring the protection & enhancement of the environment for all to enjoy.
JOB: Murlough Volunteer Boardwalk Ranger
LOC: Murlough National Nature Reserve, County Down
FOR: National TrustWorking with the boardwalk ranger, you will carry out formal inspections of all parts of the boardwalk network including way marking, signage, interpretation and the boardwalks themselves and will look at sustainable ways to repair / replace boardwalk. You will be working with a broader team of countryside staff and volunteers on the property and delivering an excellent service to visitors. If you have a friendly and enthusiastic manner and enjoy working outside in particular, this role may suit you. This role can be physically demanding and you may be on your feet all day in all types of weather. Why not become part of a friendly and dedicated team and gain invaluable experience working on a Nature Reserve. ASK: There may be other activities where we could use your help, have a look on our ‘Join In’ web page for more information: https://c-js.co.uk/2AsPpai or email firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB: Volunteer Ranger - Farne Islands
LOC: Farne Islands
PAY: Expenses / training
FOR: National TrustVisitor work & seabird monitoring. Experience of customer service & wildlife conservation preferred. ASK: Apply online on National Trust website - search 'Farne' & email cv & covering letter to email@example.com
JOB: Green Academies Project Volunteer
BE4: N / A
LOC: Erddig, Felin Puleston Outdoor Centre
PAY: Volunteer card
FOR: National TrustConservation & horticulture volunteering at Erddig with the Green Academies Project (GAP), National Trust, Wrexham. The GAP team at Erddig is looking for volunteers with a love for the outdoors, nature conservation & / or horticulture to help us develop & maintain our community green spaces at Felin Puleston & in our local communities. You can also get involved in delivering outdoor activities, support & encouragement for our young volunteers. Roles & time commitment are very flexible depending on the availability of our volunteers. GAP supports young people 11-24ys & local communities to grow the skills & exp they need to look after nature on their doorstep. We help them develop a passion for the environment, learn new, practical skills & prepare for education & employment. GAP is part of Our Bright Future, a £33m programme funded by the Big Lottery Fund. ASK: Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 01978 356 223. Website: https://c-js.co.uk/2CrCTLj Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreenAcademiesProjectNT/ , www.facebook.com/ErddigNT
JOB: Ranger Volunteer
LOC: Hardcastle Crags, Hebden Bridge
PAY: Travel expenses
FOR: National TrustBy getting involved, you could: help look after important landscapes for future generations; use your passion for the outdoors and share your knowledge with visitors; work alongside passionate countryside management professionals and learn new skills along the way; join a friendly and varied team and make some new friends. What's involved? Help the ranger team with practical work to keep the countryside in great condition, dry stone walling, scything hay meadows, improving our ancient woodland, footpath maintenance, construction tasks, invasive species removal, timber extraction and general estate repairs. Act as information assistants for the National Trust, communicating with the public whilst onsite, maintaining exceptional standards of customer service as part of delivering the visitor experience. Maintenance of vehicle and cleaning tools and maintaining a clean and tidy workshop, container and yard. Make each visitor feel welcome and help people understand why we need to take care of special places and thinking about the needs of all visitors. Let staff know of any issues with fences, footpaths etc and maintain good relationships with people who share the land. ASK: Contact: Emily Taylor, 01535 607075, email@example.com
JOB: Volunteer Wildlife Surveyor
BE4: N / A
LOC: Brockhampton Estate, Herefordshire
PAY: Training & fuel expenses
FOR: National TrustJoin our team of wildlife enthusiasts as we survey flora and fauna on the Brockhampton Estate. Take part in bat and bird surveys, butterfly transects and a wide variety of other wildlife and habitat monitoring programmes. Training and experience in identification of flora and fauna. ASK: Apply through myvolunteering on the National Trust website http://bit.ly/2Eq2Dos or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
JOB: Park Explorers Volunteer
BE4: N / A
LOC: National Trust Morden Hall Park
FOR: National TrustMonday mornings during school term times. Help to lead an innovative programme of weekly activities for children aged from 18 months to 4 years and their parents/carers. Set up for sessions, using and maintaining resources and equipment appropriately, and ensuring that it is returned to its proper storage place after use. Monitor the quality of the work through evaluation and informal feedback. Manage the daily finance of the activities including taking money, recording and following financial procedures. Work with the Learning Assistant and the rest of the team to ensure that all sessions are adequately resourced and staffed in advance. Act as a good ambassador for the National Trust, providing a warm, friendly welcome to all visitors. Learn about Morden Hall Park as a whole so you can tell our visitors about it. ASK: To apply for this role, please complete the online application form on the National Trust Volunteering web page, or alternatively contact the Learning Assistant for more details at email@example.com
JOB: Volunteer Ranger
LOC: Crom Estate, Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh, BT92 8AJ
FOR: National Trust Fermanagh25-30 hpw for up to 1 year. Assist in the management of Crom Estate, working on a wide range of practical conservation skills. Monitoring work including compilation of fauna surveys & botanical quadrats / transects. Invasive species control. Environmental education & interpretation work including website articles & press releases. Maintaining good working relationships with tenants, farmers, neighbours, other voluntary organisations, local communities & local authorities. Welcoming & liaising with visitors by providing information & guidance, which may include public speaking & guided walks. Undertaking such other appropriate practical & administrative tasks. This role will suit you if you: enjoy working outdoors in all weather conditions; work well as part of a team; have an appreciation & enthusiasm for the wildlife & the outdoors; prepared to undertake physical work; full driving Licence essential. *Various household bills, travelling expenses, on the job training, & potential certified training (as & when needed by property). ASK: Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
JOB: Murlough Volunteer Ranger
LOC: Murlough National Nature Reserve
PAY: In-house Training
FOR: National TrustThe volunteer positions here at Murlough are essentially practical conservation based but there are opportunities to get involved in environmental education, flora / fauna surveys & guided walks. You would be involved in scrub clearance, habitat management, path maintenance, litter clearing. You will learn outdoor practical skills, gain an understanding of how habitats are managed, improve your communication skills & get your hands dirty while enjoying the great outdoors. If you have a friendly & enthusiastic manner & enjoy working outside in particular, this role may suit you. This role can be physically demanding & you may be on your feet all day in all types of weather. Why not become part of a friendly & dedicated team & gain invaluable exp working on a nature reserve. ASK: There may be other activities where we could use your help, have a look on our Join In web page for more information: https://c-js.co.uk/2AsPpai or email email@example.com
JOB: Volunteer Education Guides at Murlough National Nature Reserve
LOC: Murlough National Nature Reserve
FOR: National TrustVolunteer Learning Guides help with and / or lead guided schools visits in the magnificent setting of Murlough. The team will also help with Wildlife Educational Events run on the property. Our Education programmes are linked to the aims of the National Curriculum. Nature, the Environment and Conservation are all given inspiration through our enhanced learning programmes and workshops which help children understand more about the world around them. You could be taking children on a mini-beast hunt and finding out all about the habitats of our indigenous animals. If you are outgoing, flexible and passionate about education and are happy to work outdoors, or if you enjoy a variety of work, like meeting people, working with children, having a friendly, helpful nature, please join our small team. ASK: There may be other activities where we could use your help, have a look on our Join In web page at https://c-js.co.uk/2AsPpai or email firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB: Volunteer Mountain Ranger
LOC: Murlough National Nature Reserve
FOR: National TrustWork as part of our dedicated ranger & volunteer team on the breathtaking Mourne Mountains which covers approx 526 hectares & forms a very important part of the Eastern Mournes ASSI & SAC. You will be providing much needed support for our existing mountain rangers in our exciting Mournes Path Improvement Project. You will be working with contractors & getting involved with the repair &, where necessary, replacement of the c7km path on Slieve Donard, Northern Ireland's highest peak & Slieve Commedagh. If you are interested in working outside in mountainous terrain, & would like to be part of a small friendly team, please apply. ASK: There may be other activities where we could use your help, have a look on our Join In web page for more information: https://c-js.co.uk/2AsPpai or email email@example.com
JOB: Volunteer Countryside Ranger
LOC: Malborough nr Salcombe, South Devon
PAY: Training / expenses / accommodation*
FOR: National TrustAn exciting opportunity to volunteer with a ranger team in a stunning coastal property, 4 days a week for 6 months. Carrying out practical estate management work throughout the area - part of the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Volunteering with the team, you will learn practical conservation skills and high quality site management to ensure visitors have an enjoyable experience throughout the estate that we manage. Skills and qualifications required: Some experience working with volunteers and groups with a good understanding of the countryside and recreation. Experience of the use of hand tools, excellent communication skills and a can do attitude and drive to improve and succeed. Ability to work outside in all weathers. Driving licence and own transport essential. Ideal experience for a career in ranger work. *reimbursement of reasonable expenses as agreed with your line manager. Accommodation in shared bungalow in a beautiful and quiet location 20 minutes from the workshop. ASK: For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB: Trainee Ranger
LOC: Branscombe, East Devon
PAY: Travel and training
FOR: National Trust3 1/2 days per week (Monday - Friday). Kick start your career with this trainee ranger placement with the National Trust. The East Devon Countryside team are looking for a trainee ranger to join the team in Branscombe. You will receive on the job training as you carry out countryside tasks incl coppicing, hedgelaying, step building, scrub clearance & fencing tasks. You will also complete external training courses (chainsaw, polesaw, chipper, brushcutter & pesticides) that are kindly sponsored by the Sid Vale Association. Applicants must be 18+, have a full, clean manual driving licence & live in East Devon. ASK: To apply please send your CV & cover letter to email@example.com. For further information call 01297 680507
JOB: Park Explorers Leaders
LOC: National Trust Morden Hall Park, South London
FOR: National TrustMondays 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 www.nationaltrust.org.uk/volunteer or contact the Learning Assistant on 0208 5456853 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any enquiries.
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