CJS Online: North East

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North East vacancies: Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne & Wear, Cleveland, North, West and South Yorkshires and the East Riding of Yorkshire (formerly Humberside).


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Voluntary roles can be found here.

RHS Specialist Horticultural Placement (SHP) Programme across all RHS Gardens - Royal Horticultural Society

Full time, one year (fixed term) 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £16,731 per annum

11 placements available across 19 options at our world-class RHS Gardens: Bridgewater, Harlow Carr, Rosemoor, Hyde Hall, and Wisley.

Options include: Alpine, Edibles, Formal Ornamental, Garden Support Services (GSS), Glass, Herbaceous Ornamental, Nursery and Propagation, Trials, Welcome and Riverside, Countryside and Wildlife, or Woodland Ornamental (please see respective job descriptions)

RHS Level 2 Trailblazer Apprenticeship in Horticulture - Royal Horticultural Society

Full time, two years (fixed term) 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £15,154 (those under 25) £16,010 (those over 25) per annum

Are you interested in plants, gardening and horticulture, but new to the industry?

We are delighted to be able to offer horticultural apprenticeships at all of our world-class RHS Gardens: Bridgewater, Harlow Carr, Rosemoor, Hyde Hall and Wisley.

This apprenticeship will enable you to learn about the science, art and practice of horticulture in the setting of an RHS Garden and in doing so, work within its departments and with its teams and individuals to gain knowledge, skills, training and experiences in and of horticulture.

Manchester Community Project Officer - RSPB

Location: Chorlton

Salary starting at: £19,602 to £21,236 per annum pro

Hours: Part time, 15 hours per week

Contract: Fixed Term until December 2020 + scope for extension
Based in Manchester's Mersey Valley and working in partnership with Manchester City Council, you will engage with members of the public and volunteer groups to effect positive change for nature and people and be the RSPB lead in the Manchester Nature Consortium and work with partners to plan and deliver Manchester Festival of Nature 2020.

Learning and Visitor Assistant - RSPB

Location: Cleveland
Salary starting at: £16,504 to £17,880 per annum - Applicants should expect under normal circumstances to receive an offer at the bottom of the advertised range

Hours: Part time, 18.75
Contract: Permanent

From peering into the murky depths of the pond to exploring the seasonal changes around the reserve, you have the opportunity to make a real difference, enriching the lives of youngsters and inspiring them to learn and care more about the natural world.

Corporate Services Officer - Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

Fixed-term contract from February 2020 to the end of August 2020

We are the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, an organisation that protects, enhances and promotes the immense beauty, wildlife and character of the Yorkshire Dales. As the Corporate Services Officer, you’ll provide secretarial and administrative support to the Director of Corporate Services and the Solicitor / Monitoring Officer.

Freelance Outdoor and Adventure Learning Tutors - Field Studies Council


The Field Studies Council (FSC) is the UK’s leading charity sector provider of outdoor environmental education. Much of our work is based at our Field Centres, which have an international reputation for high standards of school and university teaching and associated facilities. .  

FSC North Group of centres is looking for self-employed Freelance Outdoor and Adventure Learning Tutors to support our work in the delivery of adventurous activities and / or academic fieldwork and environmental education to a wide-ranging audience.

Farm Manager - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

£26,200 p.a Plus up to 9% Employer Pension Contribution

35 hours per week

Are you looking for a rewarding job which will combine your farming skills and experience with a knowledge and passion for conservation farming? Do you want to help create a living landscape that is productive and rich in wildlife?

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is looking for an experienced Farm Manager to live in the Farmhouse at Appleton Mill Farm near Pickering. The ideal candidate will have a passion for farming and an interest in nature conservation.

Visitor Experince Manager - RSPB

Location: Bempton Cliffs, Bridlington

Salary starting at: £19,602 to £21,236 per annum - Applicants should

expect under normal circumstances to receive an offer at the bottom of

the advertised range.

Hours: Full time

Contract: Permanent

The Visitor Experience Manager post is responsible for leading,
developing and delivering our visitor experience offer throughout the year, including a busy events and activities programme (including guided walks, an annual BioBlitz, Whale and Dolphin Watch Week and school holiday activities), reserve interpretation, partnership working, volunteer recruitment and management, support for our Schools on Reserves programme and working with our Communications Officer to deliver promotional activities, particularly social media content.

Definitive Map Officer - North Yorkshire County Council

Salary: Grade I - £26,999 - £29,636

The post is based at County Hall, Northallerton but travel around the county will be required.

An exciting opportunity for a graduate or experienced person has arisen within the council’s Countryside Access Service for the position of Definitive Map Officer.
The 10,000 km of public rights of way in North Yorkshire make up the longest public rights of way network in the country, and they are a key element in the transport network, helping people to get to work and school, to enjoy the countryside and take exercise.

Partnership and Development Officer - North York Moors National Park Authority

£20.3k - £22.9k with potential progression to £26.3k

We have a fantastic record of working with volunteers and being creative to develop opportunities for everybody to help care for their National Park. To help us do this, we need an enthusiastic person to work with small organisations and community groups around the National Park area.  You will work with our talented team of volunteer Task Day Leaders and also be responsible for developing our existing training programmed to train TDLs, enabling them to lead tasks efficiently and safely.