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A rolling list of countryside, conservation and ecology vacancies including wildlife work and environmental education, updated every weekday. Adverts are listed in chronological order, most recent at the top.
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Location: Mid Wales, Machynlleth area Salary starting at: £16,504 - £17,880 per annum Hours: Full time Contract: 4 months
These are important habitats for woodland birds, bryophytes, lichens and bats. The project will be removing invasive non-native and introducing grazing management. Surveying woodland birds is reliant on locating and identifying all calling and singing birds.
Location: Mid Wales, Machynlleth area Salary starting at: £19,602 - £21,236 per annum Hours: Full time Contract: 5 months
Part of the Celtic rainforest project, a LIFE funded project that is restoring protected upland oak woods of European importance for nature conservation over 7 years. This project will assess the effectiveness of habitat restoration for improving woodland birds, woodland structure and lower plants.
Field Studies Council
Based at FSC Orielton, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire
Salary - £19,726 to £22,511 per annum (pro rata)
Contract Term - Fixed Term - April until September 2019
The post-holder will develop, plan and deliver ‘out-of-classroom learning’ activities to a wide ranging audience; engaging and enthusing students and assisting FSC achieve its goal of ‘Bringing Environmental Understanding to All though first-hand experience’. The post-holder will be expected to lead groups of all abilities in the natural environment with the ability to provide an appropriate standard of care for our learners.
Location: Posts available throughout North Wales
Hours: 12-16 per week; flexible
Pay: £9.00ph plus Commission
Duration: Permanent, seasonal
North Wales Wildlife Trust are looking for people to join our membership recruitment team to spread the message about our work and sign up new supporters through simple, two-step door-to-door supporter recruitment – no pressure involved.
The National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Salary: £19,000 pro rata
Hours: Part-Time 15 hours per week flexibly distributed.
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) are some of the nation’s most cherished landscapes. From the uplands and remote villages of the North Pennines, though the chalk grasslands and beech woodlands of the Chilterns, to the cliffs and fishing villages of Cornwall; all are different; all are special. We are looking for an Administrative Officer to provide an administrative support function to the national team and its board of trustees.
Countryside and Conservation Team Manager, Newport City Council
Location: Based at The Nature Centre, within Parc Slip nature reserve, Tondu, Bridgend.
Hours: 35 per week with flexi/ TOIL
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is seeking to recruit a Conservation Manager to cover Bridgend, the Vale and Cardiff.
We are looking for an experienced ecologist / conservationist with line management skills to join our senior management team. You will develop and implement WTSWW’s conservation objectives and strategies in this region of south Wales which includes urban and rural areas.
Starting salary: £27,000 plus vehicle
The role will be home-based but require liaison with relevant head office teams, BASC country and regional offices and there will also be significant contact with external bodies.
Taste of Game promotes local and natural produce that has been harvested or hunted, encouraging the sustainable use of natural food. We inspire the consumer to eat game through great recipes, special offers and delicious game products. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to support the development and delivery of the Taste of Game programme.
Details believed correct but given without prejudice. Ends.