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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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Senior Ecologist - Yorkshire Water

Logo: Yorkshire Water

Salary: £28,649 to £35,811 + quarterly bonus + car allowance + pension + 25 days holiday
Location: Bradford, with the option to work flexibly across other YW sites and home
We currently have an opportunity for a Senior Ecologist within our Clean & Catchment Strategy Team, working alongside a group focused on delivering environmental improvements for our customers. Every day will be different, and while the focus of the role may mean undertaking surveys everywhere from Wharfdale to Runswick Bay, you may be helping advise on manging orchids growing on service reservoirs in Sheffield through to the impacts of abstractions on otter populations in the Yorkshire Wolds.

Senior Scientist - Yorkshire Water

Logo: Yorkshire Water

Salary: £28,649 to £35,811 dependent on experience + quarterly bonus + pension + 25 days holiday

Location: Buttershaw with the option to work flexibly across other YW sites and home

Purpose of the role: In this role you will be supporting the Technical specialists (River Resilience and WFD) in delivering a programme of environmental improvements to achieve our Outcome Delivery Incentives and contribute to our ‘Environment’ Big Goal.

Woodland Creation Officer - Durham County Council

Logo: Durham County Council

Grade 10 £30,507 - £33,799 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Durham

An opportunity has arisen for a Woodland Creation Officer required until April 2024.

Durham County Council declared a Climate Emergency in February 2019 and set ambitious targets to reduce its own carbon emissions and explore further actions to make County Durham carbon neutral by 2050.

Apprentice Forest Craftsperson - Forestry England

Logo: Forestry England

Two year fixed term appointment.

Vacancies in Suffolk/Norfolk, Kent, The Chilterns, Cumbria, Northamptonshire and Yorkshire.

The Forestry Commission is the government department that creates and manages the nation’s forests, encourages forestry on private estates, and carries out forestry research, development, and education.

Forestry England is part of the Forestry Commission. We manage England’s beautiful, diverse and productive, publicly owned woods and forests. These extend to over 250,000 hectares, making us the largest single land manager in England. We are shaping landscapes for the nation

Durham Woodland Revival Forestry Officer - Durham County Council

Logo: Durham County Council

Grade 10 £30,507 - £33,799 p.a.
Location: County Hall, Durham
Fixed term until 31 October 2023.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) has awarded Durham Woodland Revival £432,700 to bring together organisations from the forestry sector to develop woodland habitat networks through better managed forests, new planting and community involvement across a targeted area of 200 km2 in County Durham. The post will be responsible for frontline woodland and forestry advice for this 4-year programme worth over £820,000 in total. It will involve engaging with woodland and land owners, agents and stakeholders to provide appropriate advice to unlock the potential of woodlands.

Peat Project Manager - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Logo: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

£30,600 p.a. pro rata Plus up to 9% Employer Pension Contribution

Do you Love Yorkshire, Love Wildlife? Are you passionate about combating climate change and protecting some of our most precious landscapes? We are looking for an enthusiastic Peat Project Manager to join our dynamic Peatland Restoration Team at our Skipton office. The post holder will be responsible for overseeing the continued development, management and reporting needs of a number of existing partnership projects. They will help fundraise for and manage new Peatland restoration, monitor and raise awareness.