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Business Manager - £38,052 pa (pro rata) - part time, 15 hours per week - Two Year Contract
Membership Officer - £27,358 pa (pro rata) – part time, 13.5 hours per week - Permanent
The Institute of Public Rights of Way and Access Management is seeking to appoint two dedicated and committed individuals to join the employed staff to assist in the day to day management of the organisation and in supporting members and representing their views at a national level including with the English and Welsh Governments, Natural England and Natural Resources Wales
Countryside Ranger / Project Officer, Denbighshire County Council
Location: Wales - Home based
Salary: £22,073 - £23,912 per annum pro rata Hours: Part time, 18.75 hours per week
Contract: 16 months
The job will involve supporting the small team including the local lead warden managing the Mawddach reserve, a grazing officer and a project officer, to work with contractors to repair and install walling, fencing, cattle handling facilities, and to liaise with graziers to secure the appropriate grazing of the site.
Field Studies Council
Salary - £32,013 - £38,176 per annum.
Contract Term - Permanent
This is a key operational and leadership role, working under the direction of the Head of Group (West), with the support of a Mentor and expertise from the Project Advisory Team. The key focus of the role initially will be to manage the Orielton Project – “Creating an Estate for Outdoor Learning”.
Board Member, Welsh Government
The Welsh Perry and Cider Society is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the production of cider and perry in Wales and greater appreciation of these natural craft drinks.
The Society now has vacancies for Directors to join its Board on a voluntary basis to assist in the management and running of the Society and to help steer it towards further project funding. Directors are responsible for the Governance of the Society, setting the strategic direction and financial management
Salary: £11,500 Part time
The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity. They want to see a UK rich in native woods and trees, for people and wildlife. The Trust aims to engage and inspire people about woods and trees to help meet their vision of creating, restoring and protecting woodland.
Harris Hill are delighted to be working with Woodland Trust to recruit a number of Membership Development Officers across the UK.
Accommodation & training
5 days a week for at 12 months.
Join the North Pembrokeshire Ranger team on the spectacular North Pembrokeshire coast and inland heaths. Working alongside staff & other volunteers, you will gain knowledge, skills & experience in countryside management, whilst ensuring the protection & enhancement of the environment for all to enjoy.
Details believed correct but given without prejudice. Ends.