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Remuneration: £4,053 per annum covering time spent in role, plus reasonable travel expenses
Time commitment: minimum of 44 days per annum
Location: Plas Tan y Bwlch, Maentwrog, Gwynedd, or virtually via Zoom
Can you help safeguard and nurture one of Wales’ most cherished landscapes? Can you contribute to conserving our precious landscape and nature, promoting opportunities for enjoyment for all, and helping to sustain the social and economic life of its communities? Can you help a wider range of people enjoy all the Park has to offer? Are you interested in helping shape the future of Snowdonia and help the Authority run effectively? We are looking for passionate and talented individuals to help provide effective leadership for Snowdonia National Park Authority.
Northern Ireland or Flexible within UK
£27,574.00 - £30,590.00
Until the end of March 2022.
The RSPB is looking for a scientist with excellent communication skills to join our team to conduct social science research which will play a role in informing future environmental land management in Northern Ireland.
We are looking for a scientist experienced in collecting social science data on farming practices.
Two exciting opportunities have arisen to join Coed Lleol-Small Woods (and partners) to support groups to take a more active role: Woodland Management Project Officer - North Wales; Woodland Management Project Officer - South Wales
Chirk Castle, Chirk LL14 5AF
Salary £20721 - Permanent Contract - 37.5 hours a week
We are looking for a Ranger to join our team at Chirk Castle to help with the protection and care of habitats, wildlife, property, and machinery.
Your passion will inspire others to love this beautiful place as much as you do. We want you to engage with visitors, making time to talk to them, not rushing away to the next task. As an easily identifiable member of the Ranger team, on your best day you will be creating lasting memories for everyone.
(Fixed Term Contract to end of December 2022)
Snowdonia National Park Authority protects the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of Snowdonia National Park. Support an exciting project that aims to save Welsh native species and endangered habitats.
As a Biodiversity Officer, you will play a key role in the conservation efforts and enhancement of the natural beauty of Snowdonia, its wildlife and cultural heritage.
Type of contract: Fixed Term appointment until 31 March 2022
Work pattern: full time
You will be part of the Integrated Workforce North West Wales who have a responsibility for the direct delivery of work on flood defence assets , in National Nature Reserves and in the Welsh Government Woodland Estate.
You will provide a maintenance service and deliver a capital work programme for NRW assets which will include Flood risk assets and NRW managed Land.
Location: RSPB Cymru - Bangor
Salary: £27,574 - £30,590 per annum
Duration: 15 months
RSPB Cymru has the opportunity to save species on the Llyn peninsula and Isle of Anglesey, including the red-billed chough, spotted rock-rose and large mason bee. It's part of a national scheme called Natur am Byth! which RSPB Cymru will be collaborating with partners, private landowners and communities to develop conservation plans for species.
Location: Resolven / Llandovery
Grade & Salary: 5, £30,873 rising to £34,218 over four years
Type of contract: Fixed Term appointment until 31 March 2023 / Work pattern: full time
The land management team helps ensure the land we manage and the Welsh Government Woodland Estate (WGWE) is safe so that everyone can enjoy and benefit from it. The role will help manage our recreational sites which includes picnic sites, play areas, walking trails, mountain bike trails and public rights of way.
The Partneriaeth Rhostir Gogledd Cymru / North Wales Moorland Partnership is a community interest company incorporated in March 2019 for the benefit of moorland and associated communities.
The Partnership has been awarded a £700,000 grant by the European Union via the Welsh Government's Sustainable Management Scheme for a collaborative project based in North Wales.
The project runs until June 2023 and aims to build on current understanding to:
Salary of up to £33,000.00
Are you interested in a hands on position where you will have the opportunity to work in beautiful surroundings 24/7? Our Site Supervisor for Wales is accountable for the day-to-day operations primarily at Lake Vyrnwy and Llyn Clywedog for Hafren Dyfrdwy (HD), developing the visitor offering and delivering visitor growth. In line with HD’s strategic aims and the Visitor Experience Team (VET) Business Plan the main objectives include delivering high quality recreation, access, conservation and education.
Location: Lake Vyrnwy
Salary: £25,280 - £28,045
Join an established team managing a 4800-hectare upland farm situated on the beautiful Lake Vyrnwy Estate, Powys (managed by the RSPB on behalf of landowner Hafren Dyfrdwy) the largest organic farm in England and Wales with over 5000 sheep as well as cattle and ponies.
£24,000 - £28,000 dependent on experience
We are seeking a highly motivated mid-career ecologist who is looking to grow their track record, manage their own workload and be part of a small, close-knit team within a larger company. You will also be involved in other survey work such as habitat/Phase 1/NVC, great crested newt, birds, otter and water vole, dormouse and badger, as well as other environmental projects within the company.
This is a full-time, fixed term, position starting as soon as possible and finishing 31st March 2022. Hours of work are 37.5 per week, working five days out of seven, with some weekend work required. The post is based at the National Botanic Garden of Wales with regular site visits throughout Wales to support project delivery. The salary is up to £18,700 per annum according to qualifications and experience.
This is an exciting and wide-ranging post providing botanical and biodiversity support to the Biophilic Wales project, delivering across all of the work packages. Within the Inspiring Spaces work package you will support the Green Infrastructure Officer and Swansea Bay University Health Board Estates Team to carry out biodiversity improvements across the Health Board Estate. In the Grasslands for Life work package you will assist the National Botanic Garden of Wales’ Science Officer by supporting lab work in the Botanic Garden’s Molecular Labs. Within the Plants for People work package you will help to process seed of some of Wales’ most threatened plants. As part of the Biophilic Wales team the post holder will also help with public engagement activities and work with volunteers on project delivery. Full training will be provided in any aspects of project delivery that the successful candidate is not familiar with. This is an excellent opportunity to learn and apply skills from botany, horticulture, environmental management and scientific research.
Location : North Wales
Grade & Salary: 5, £30,873 rising to £34,218 over four years
Type of contract: Permanent
Work pattern: 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday
The post holder will join a team providing a hydrology, water resource assessment, flood risk assessment and geomorphology service across North West and North East Wales including the Upper Severn Area.You will provide a comprehensive technical fluvial geomorphology support service, to internal customers and partners, with a particular focus on water resource, and flood and coastal risk management teams.
Wildwood Ecology is looking for an exceptional Senior (or Principal) Ecologist to lead and manage our growing team in South Wales.
You will be an experienced leader and mentor to a dynamic team who are hands-on and eager to progress. Managing a wide variety of projects, you will be able to apply your technical expertise and provide support in coordinating and delivering habitat species surveys, preparing high-quality reports and the submission of detailed mitigation licence applications. You will be excited to help develop the business too, we are looking for a passionate individual whose values fit with our vision, whilst also boasting a solid sense of commerciality.
We are seeking personable, innovative and proactive ecologists at Senior and Principal grades, to join our EDP Ecology Team! You will be based out of our Cirencester, Cheltenham or Cardiff offices, and benefit from working with a multidisciplinary consultancy team whilst providing technical project management across a range of project sizes, types and complexities.