CJS Online: South West

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South West vacancies: Avon, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.


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Professional Bat Ecologist - Burton Reid Associates

Burton Reid Associates are currently looking for a Bat Ecologist to join their team in South Devon. We are an exciting, dynamic and values led company.

The role will involve; Supporting the Director and other team members in leading their in-house bat capability; Overseeing licence applications and mitigation; Providing mentoring support for junior members of staff; Providing general field and office ecological support on a wide range of projects; Managing and writing all stages of Ecological Impact Assessments (EcIA) and HRA; Supporting business development and tenders.

Site and Facilities Manager - Bath City Farm

Logo: Bath City Farm

Fixed Term 1 year contract for 30 hours/week across 4 days.
We are seeking a passionate and highly motivated individual, with substantial practical experience, to take a strategic lead on developing and maintaining our 37 acre site and community buildings, keeping Bath City Farm a safe, tidy and welcoming place for all. The successful candidate will play an integral part in shaping the Farm's future direction and Health and Safety policy, and in the management of staff and volunteers.

Business Development Officer - Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Logo: Cornwall AONB

Salary Range: £28,608 to £35,933

Opportunities such as this are rare. As Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Business Development Officer you will be responsible for developing new business opportunities, enhancing the image of the Cornwall AONB and boosting public understanding of the importance and benefits of the protected landscape. You will experience some of Cornwall’s finest landscapes and know that through your commitment and drive you are helping to conserve and enhance the distinct character and natural beauty of the twelve sections that make up the Cornwall AONB.