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£25,463 to £29,707
Full time – Part Time hours considered
The RSPB are expanding our Corporate Partnerships team as we build on recent successes and increased public awareness of our efforts to collaborate with businesses, enabling collective action in support of nature's recovery. The Partnership Development Manager will work with the wider team to develop support and funding from business and brands by delivering the RSPB's partnership offer to reach challenging but achievable targets.
Type of contract: Fixed Term
Work pattern: Full time
To lead on the provision of technical and specialist advice and knowledge for granting permissions for activities and entering longer term partnerships on NRW managed land to shape and inform Government and NRW decisions, programmes, plans, guidance and strategies.
Location: Lake Vyrnwy (covering Llyn Clywedog and Dee Valley)
Salary: 19K - £20K
As Hafren Dyfrdwy’s Ranger at Lake Vyrnwy you will part of a team, with a unique opportunity to contribute to the management of some of Wales’s most iconic natural and built heritage. You will work across our sites at Vyrnwy, Clywedog and Dee Valley. You will be responsible for maintaining the high standards of facilities; which will involve general site tasks including estate management and property maintenance, recording of all H&S checks & maintenance records, accident reporting and investigation, refuse collection and litter picking.
Salary: £19,602 - £21,236 pa
Hours: Full time
Do you enjoy enthusing people about nature? Do you enjoy working in a varied role? Would you like to work on a stunning nature reserve full of fantastic wildlife? Then we have a very exciting opportunity for you to join our team here at Newport Wetlands. You will lead on membership recruitment, education and visitor experience and work within the team at Newport to deliver a quality experience for visitors.
Swansea Council is seeking to recruit a qualified and experienced ecologist to help fulfil the ecological planning function within the Council.
Salary: £32,878 - £36,876 pro-rata
Swansea is one of the most ecologically rich and diverse counties in the UK with over 50% of the County’s area being of significant biodiversity value. Its unique variety of habitats and species and wonderful range of parks, greenspaces, nature reserves, beaches and landscapes need to be maintained, enhanced and sustainably managed for the benefit of people and wildlife now and into the future.
Location: Flexible, South West Wales.
Grade & Salary: 4 - £25.076.00 rising to £28,497.00 over four years
Type of contract: FTA to 31st March 2020 (Maternity Cover)
Work pattern: 37 Hours per week, Monday to Friday
This appointment is an opportunity to join the Conservation Land Management Team in South West Wales over the busiest conservation works period. The role is to provide support to the senior officers within the Conservation Land Management team and will include practical as well as administrative support on the National Nature Reserves (9) and Welsh Government Woodland Estates (7) within the South West region.
Location: Cardiff or Bangor
Salary starting at: £29,507 to £34,425 per annum
Hours: Full time
The Senior Conservation Planner will lead our engagement with development planning, environmental management frameworks and casework in Wales, seeking to ensure they are fit for the purpose of tackling the twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change.
Field Studies Council
FSC Margam Discovery Centre, Port Talbot
Salary - £23,524 - £26,845 per annum.
Contract Term – Permanent
The Senior Tutor will develop, plan and deliver ‘out-of-classroom learning’ activities to a wide ranging audience; engaging and enthusing students to assist FSC achieve their goal of ‘Inspiring Environmental Understanding through 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, and also make a wide-ranging contribution to the work of this busy learning location in a leadership role.
Salary: £20,000 - £22,000 p.a. pro rata
Hours: Full time - 35 hrs per week
Term: Fixed term until 31st July 2020
Pension: 5% employer contribution to a group auto-enrolment pension scheme
Location: North of England, Midlands, or North Wales border. Home working may be considered.
The John Muir Award, the main engagement initiative of the John Muir Trust, is a leading environmental award scheme focused on wild places. We are recruiting a John Muir Officer as part of an existing staff team to support and develop the John Muir Award throughout England.
Details believed correct but given without prejudice. Ends.