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Yorkshire Wildlife Trust




Living Landscapes Officer - Maternity Cover

£26200 p.a. pro rata plus up to 9% employee pension contribution

21 hours per week

Are you looking for a new challenge? Would you like to combine your knowledge and experience of land management with your passion and commitment to engaging local communities? Do you share our vision of creating a Yorkshire rich in wildlife for everyone?

YWT are seeking to appoint a Living Landscape Officer to join our North Region Team. This is a great opportunity for the right person to deliver YWT’s Living Landscapes work primarily in the East of North Yorkshire (Hambleton, Ryedale and Scarborough) based at our headquarters in York. 


  • Closing Date: 05/11/2019
  • Location: York
  • Posted: 17/10/2019
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Humber Coastal Conservation - Project Manager

28 Hours per Week – Fixed Term 18 Month Contract

£28,700 p.a pro rata Plus up to 9% Employer Pension Contribution

The post holder will lead an exciting cross-cutting Living Seas and Living Landscapes programme of work, developing a feasibility study appraising options and developing partnerships that will allow for the creation of a Coastal Conservation Corridor across the Humber Estuary funded by the Endangered Landscapes Programme.


  • Closing Date: 05/11/2019
  • Location: Flamborough, Spurn or York
  • Posted: 07/10/2019
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Volunteer Roles

JOB: North Living Landscapes Voluntary Trainee

BE4: 24/10/19

IV: 7/11/19

LOC: York and nature reserves across North Yorkshire

PAY: Travel expenses and training budget

FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Across North Yorkshire, our reserves team carries out front line nature conservation through practical conservation tasks, leading volunteer groups and carrying out office-based reserve management to enhance and protect nature. We are offering the opportunity for a new voluntary trainee to gain valuable experience within this team and 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 and 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 and locations with this opportunity. Commitment: 12 months, 3 days a week. ASK: To find out more information or to apply please download an application form from our website www.ywt.org.uk

JOB: Nature Reserves Trainee- South Yorkshire

BE4: 28/10/19

IV: 13/11/19

LOC: Potteric Carr Doncaster

PAY: Travel expenses and training budget

FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Across South Yorkshire, our reserves team carries out vital practical conservation tasks, leading volunteer groups and carrying out office-based reserve management to enhance and protect nature. Gain valuable experience within this team and develop skills in all aspects of habitat management. Our reserves in South Yorkshire are incredible sites where you can see wildlife spectacles throughout the year. From the vast wetland bird haven and our flagship reserve Potteric Carr, to the flower-rich grasslands of Carr Lodge, with this opportunity you can expect to gain valuable experience in nature reserve management across a broad range of fascinating habitats and locations. The role will be split between office-based tasks and practical habitat conservation work on various public nature reserves throughout South Yorkshire, with most time spent at our reserves nature reserves. Commitment: 12 months, 3 days a week. ASK: To find out more information or to apply please download an application form from our website www.ywt.org.uk

JOB: SeaWatch Observer

BE4: 11/11/19

LOC: Yorkshire Coast

PAY: Training

FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Are you passionate about protecting marine wildlife? Do you have a special interest in whales, dolphins, porpoises? You help us to learn more about Yorkshire’s cetacean populations by regularly carrying out surveys. By becoming a SeaWatch Observer you will provide important information about how, where and when cetaceans use Yorkshire coastal waters, enabling us to better protect these animals using conservation measures. Anyone can be an Observer! Essential training will be given which will take place on Saturday 23 November at Spurn Discovery Centre. To be an observer you must be available on the training day. Time commitment: minimum of one survey a month for a few hours - flexible to suit volunteer. ASK: To find out more information or to apply please download an application form from our website www.ywt.org.uk

JOB: North Living Landscapes Voluntary Trainee - Skipton Area

BE4: 31/10/19

IV: 14/11/19

LOC: Skipton

PAY: Travel expenses and training budget

FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

12 months, 3 days week. 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 North West Yorkshire with varied habitats incl wildflower meadows, woodlands & upland areas. 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: To find out more or to apply visit www.ywt.org.uk





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