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Yorkshire Wildlife Trust




Nature Friendly Schools Co-ordinator

£27500 p.a. plus up to 9% employer pension contribution

Are you a keen advocate of the ‘Nature Matters’ message and share our vision for creating Living Landscapes and Living Seas? Do you want to make a positive difference to mental health and wellbeing of young people and children?

We are seeking to appoint a Nature Friendly Schools Co-ordinator who will be based in York, but will work across the whole of Yorkshire with our regional teams.


  • Closing Date: 09/09/2019
  • Location: York
  • Posted: 16/08/2019
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Volunteer Roles

JOB: North Living Landscapes Voluntary Trainee

BE4: 27/8/19

IV: 4/9/19

LOC: York

PAY: Training and travel budget

FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

3 days a week for 12 months. Across North Yorkshire, our reserves team carries out front line nature conservation through practical conservation tasks, leading volunteer groups & carrying out office-based reserve management to enhance & protect nature. We are offering the opportunity for a new voluntary trainee to gain valuable experience within this team & develop skills in all aspects of habitat management. You’ll be involved with helping to look after a suite of nature reserves across central North Yorkshire with varied habitats including wildflower meadows, wetlands & rivers. As the range of sites that we manage varies so much in this area, you can expect to gain valuable experience in nature reserve management across a broad range of fascinating habitats & locations with this opportunity. ASK: For more information & to apply visit www.ywt.org.uk.

JOB: North Living Landscapes Voluntary Trainee- River Projects

BE4: 29/8/19

IV: 10/9/19

LOC: York

PAY: Travel expenses and training budget

FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

3 days a week for 12 months. Across North Yorkshire, we manage 30 nature reserves & have a number of exciting conservation projects including two river restoration projects on the R. Foss & the R. Wiske.  The team carries out practical conservation tasks, leading volunteer groups & carrying out office-based reserve management to enhance & protect nature. We are offering the opportunity for a new voluntary trainee to gain valuable experience within this team assisting with the river restoration projects. You’ll develop skills in many aspects of river restoration, surveying & partnership working through liaison with landowners, contactors & partner organisations. There will be the opportunity to assist with the wider reserve team. Office-based work will incl researching, writing & developing management plans, preparing & supervising contract works, GIS & mapping, fielding queries, as well as other reserves administration. ASK: For more information & to apply visit www.ywt.org.uk.





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