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Farm Discovery Coordinator - Nottingham/Loughborough/Leicester area (self employed) - The Country Trust
Location: Homebased (Nottingham/Loughborough/Leicester area)
Terms: Self employed, contract until end of December 2020 with the likelihood of renewal. Subject to 3 and/or 6 month initial review of delivery.
Main purpose of the role: To organise and deliver an agreed number of Farm Discovery visits, with schools with a higher than average proportion of children eligible for Free School Meals, and children with SEN/D. Host farms ideally to be within an hour’s travel.
Ecological Consultant - Via East Midlands Ltd
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Negotiable dependent on experience
Location: West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire
Hours: 37 hours per week
Established in 2016, Via East Midlands provides engineering design construction and network management services across Nottinghamshire and beyond, with a focus in the East Midlands. Via’s Consultancy Division provides engineering design and environmental services to support its Highways function and increasingly across a wide range of sectors.
Senior Ecological Consultant - RSK ADAS Ltd
Location: Wolverhampton / Milton Park, Oxford/ Gleadthorpe, Nottinghamshire
Salary: Competitive Salary
Our Ecology business comprises a highly skilled team focused on providing ecological services to a wide range of clients, particularly developers, utility companies and the renewable energy and rural industries and as a result of our continued success, we require a Senior Ecological Consultant with the energy and drive to manage ecological consultancy and mitigation works in a fast-moving, client-focused commercial environment.
Farm and Estate Manager - University of Lincoln - Riseholme Estate
The Farm and Estate Manager is responsible for the financial and physical performance of the farm and as such will be skilled in all aspects of farm management and environmental management and the business and financial aspects of farm and estate management. The post holder is responsible for implementing the short and long-term business plan for the farm as directed by the Director of Estates and will work closely with other colleagues in the Estates Department to ensure the effective and safe running of the wider estate at Riseholme.
General Farm Worker - Cholmeley Farms Ltd
We are looking for an experienced Farm Worker for our 1200 ha arable farm in South Lincolnshire.
Duties are varied and will include spraying, all forms of cultivation, fertiliser application and combine driving.
Graduate/Assistant Forestry Consultants x 2 - Lockhart Garratt Ltd
Corby, Northamptonshire / Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire
As part of our continued growth we are looking for two driven and enthusiastic Graduate/Assistant Forestry Consultants (role dependent on experience) to join our teams in both Corby and Chipping Norton. This is an exciting opportunity to develop your forestry and woodland management skills and to provide tailored advice to a variety of clients as part of a wider multi-discipline environmental consultancy
Seasonal Field Surveyors - Ecology Solutions
With offices in Worcestershire, Hertfordshire and Manchester, Ecology Solutions is a leading consultancy with an extensive range of expertise, specialising in ecology planning solutions for numerous, diverse high-profile clients within both the public and private sectors nationwide.
These offices are seeking to recruit Seasonal Field Surveyors to be involved in protected species survey and translocation work in various locations across the UK.
Casual Rangers - Northamptonshire County Council
Salary: £8.58 per hour (Sundays time and half/ Bank Holidays double time)
We currently have vacancies for Casual Rangers to support our ranger teams at Barnwell, Brixworth and Fermyn Woods Country Parks.
You will need to be motivated, enthusiastic, physically fit, and be confident talking to members of the public. You will help keep the park safe, clean and tidy; help with car parking during busy periods; as well as provide general help to visitors. You may also be trained to supervise volunteers and help out with general park maintenance.
Groundsman - Walesby Forest
Job Type: Full Time
Salary: £18,000 – £19,500 depending on experience.
Walesby Forest is an activity centre and charity with key goals to promote the development of young people, allowing them to achieve their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential as individuals, as responsible citizens and members of their local, national and international communities. We are looking for an experienced grounds person to manage the grounds and gardens of our site.
Ecologist - Wardell Armstrong LLP
Wardell Armstrong (WA) is a successful multi-disciplinary consultancy with 12 offices throughout the UK employing approximately 500 staff. We are looking to recruit a motivated and ambitious Ecologist to expand our ecological team at our main office in Stoke-on-Trent. The ecology team works alongside other environmental professionals within WA, including planners, archaeologists, arborists and landscape architects
Countryside Ranger / Maintenance Technician - Peak District National Park Authority
Salary of up to £21,166 per annum
The Peak District National Park Authority protects, enhances and shares the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the Peak District. We also support the economic and social wellbeing of the communities in which we work.
As a Countryside Ranger / Maintenance Technician, you will help to deliver a range of countryside and property maintenance projects across the National Park.
Area Rights of Way Officer - Via East Midlands Ltd
West Bridgford, Nottingham
The role will assist in the management of the county's rights of way network, within the north east of the county to ensure that rights of way are open, safe and available by ensuring that Nottinghamshire County Council's statutory responsibilities are implemented on the ground, that landowners meet their legal responsibilities, that improvements to the network are made where possible, through positive interaction in the development planning process, and that future impacts are recognised.