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Ecological Roles - Middlemarch Environmental Ltd
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: 40 hours per week
Are you keen to use your ecological knowledge to the full in a hands-on and varied working environment? Then one of these roles may be just what you are looking for!
As one of the leading ecological consultancy companies in the UK, Middlemarch Environmental specialises in delivering Value in Nature. We offer client-focused, cost effective advice and expertise on all ecological issues that occur during the planning and development process, with an increasing focus on the design and delivery of biodiversity net gain.
Visitor Experience Team Undergraduate Placement Ranger - Severn Trent Water
Salary of up to £16,500 per annum
Location: One of Carsington Water, Draycote Water or Staunton Harold Reservoir
Contract: 12 month Undergraduate Placement
This role is an excellent opportunity for any environmental, or countryside management undergraduate, to gain valuable in-depth experience and training at one of Severn Trent’s busy and beautiful Visitor Sites.
During the placement you will develop first class customer service skills, and will look to protect and enhance the company’s brand and image through the quality of service offered. This will be through the maintenance of high standards of our facilities, and regular liaison with key external contacts, such as wildlife trusts, local authorities and the local community.
Skilled Countryside Operative - Three Shires Ltd
Salary starting at £20,000 plus overtime and stay away. Potential to progress within the company.
For the last 20 years Three Shires Ltd have developed long standing relationships with the UK’s leading construction companies, house builders, civil engineers, developers, environmental and ecological consultants.
Following our continued success Three Shires Ltd are currently seeking skilled and experienced ground workers and countryside operatives, including arborists, fencers and plant operators to work within a predominantly construction and rail environment.
National Infrastructure & Facilities Manager - Field Studies Council
FSC Head Office (negotiable)
Salary - £34,248 - £40,842 per annum
Contract Term - Permanent. 37.5 Hours per week
The FSC has a number of field study sites and centres across the UK in rural and often breath-taking locations, and it is looking to appoint a National Infrastructure & Facilities Manager to support the operation of these sites.
Project Officer - National Trust
Location: Shropshire Hills, Church Stretton, Shropshire
This role is a 12 month fixed term contact.
We are looking to recruit an Project Officer with practical experience of working collaboratively with community and volunteer groups. You’ll be delivering the Stepping Stones project, a People’s Postcode Lottery 12-month funded project, that aims to support local community groups to restore and re-connect wildlife habitats in the Shropshire Hills. The role requires occasional attendance at evening meetings and weekend events.
Arboricultural Consultant - Tyler Grange
Location: London & Manchester
Salary - Negotiable
Tyler Grange is looking for a client-facing consultant to join our Arboriculture team to support our continued growth. We are looking for someone with enthusiasm and a passion for what they do and will offer excellent career prospects, a great working environment and support network with training in return.
At Tyler Grange our aim is to deliver a fantastic service for our clients and to have great fun doing what we love.
Senior Ranger - Rockingham Forest Trust
£21,500 to £23,500 depending on experience
Immediate start - Permanent position.
Based at Stanwick Lakes Nature Reserve
This is an exciting opportunity for a Senior Ranger to join our dynamic team. Based at the Stanwick Lakes Nature Reserve and Countryside Attraction with all the fantastic facilities and activities it has to offer, the purpose of the role will be twofold: to manage the daily requirements of the central hub of the site throughout the busy summer period, ensuring a great experience for our visitors.
Public Rights of Way Mapping Officer - Worcestershire County Council
Scale 5 £15,754 - £17,394
27 hours per week
You will undertake a wide range of mapping tasks including the processing of legal orders to change the definitive map, assessment of and commenting on planning applications, and responding to general mapping queries from both internal colleagues and external enquirers. All of which contribute to the Council's duty to maintain Worcestershire County Council’s Definitive Map and Statement.