CJS Online: Wales

Snowdonia (image: pixabay)

Wales vacancies: all of Wales.


If you are interested in a particular advert, please respond directly to the advertiser and not to CJS. Please remember to tell them that you saw their advertisement on CJS Online. 

Voluntary roles can be found here.

Activity Officer - North Wales Dark Skies - Snowdonia National Park Authority

Logo: Snowdonia National Park Authority

National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth (with travel throughout North Wales)

Salary of £22,021 - £23,836 per annum

We protect the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of Snowdonia National Park. In 2016, we were awarded a Dark Sky reserve status in recognition of our efforts to reduce light pollution. There are now four other Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) that are seeking the same designation. We’re now looking for an Activity Officer to join us for a 12 month fixed-term contract.

Publicity Coordinator (maternity cover) - Coed Lleol (Small Woods Wales)

Logo: Coed Lleol, Small Woods Wales

Location: Based at the Coed Lleol office in Machynlleth, mid-Wales

Salary: £20,472 -£22,178pro rata. Depending on experience

Fixed term contract (maternity cover) for 9 months until January 2021.

Hours of Work: 2days per week. Working hours are flexible but you will need to be available for meetings and events on particular day

An exciting opportunity to improve people’s health and well-being by supporting our programme of woodland activities across Wales as a Publicity Coordinator.

Visitor Experience Assistant - RSPB

Logo: RSPB

Eglwys Fach, Wales
£16,010 to £16,252
Part time, Fixed Term – 6 months
Would you like to work at one of RSPB Cymru's flagship reserves? Visitors come to our stunning Ynys-hir nature reserve in their droves every year to enjoy the vistas, wildlife and walks on offer. We have a vacancy for a seasonal, part time Visitor Experience Assistant to work alongside the Visitor Experience Manager and wider face to face team to support and deliver our visitor experience vision. We are looking for someone with energy, enthusiasm and imagination to ensure that the reserve offers our visitors exceptional, inspiring and safe experiences and to help deliver the daily face-to-face welcome and engagement with visitors.

Specialist Adviser, Land Stewardship - Natural Resources Wales

Logo: Natural Resources Wales

Location: Flexible

Grade & Salary: 6 - £34,427 rising to £37,656 over three years

Type of contract: Permanent

Work pattern: Full time

It’s a climate emergency. How we manage land is a key element of how we respond, including creating more woodland to store more carbon and provide a range of other benefits. In Wales we have a programme to enable more woodland creation encompassing all sorts of landowners. One part of this is to acquire land to add to the estate that we care for across Wales so that we can create more woodland and further increase benefits through sustainable management of natural resources.

Head of Islands and Living Seas - The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

Logo: Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

Based: West Wales, choice of location
£25,000 to £27,000 per year
Permanent, Full time role

Your role is to develop and Implement WTSWW’s conservation objectives and strategies linked to our Islands and Marine work across the region, developing projects and funding bids and helping secure funding for core work. You will build links between the research and monitoring work carried out on all our Islands and at CBMWC. You will also stand up for marine wildlife, leading on responses to marine-related consultations and development proposals.

Biodiversity Management and Policy Officer - Bridgend County Borough Council

Dyfi Wildlife Centre Vacancies - Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust

Logo: Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust

Located at Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve near Machynlleth (already home to the successful Dyfi Osprey Project) the Dyfi Wildlife Centre will offer a visitor experience like no other. The centre is being built using the most astute environmental and sustainable technologies available and will offer excellent facilities while showcasing the wide range of amazing wildlife found at this lowland peat bog reserve. A team of staff and 200 volunteers will communicate the cultural, industrial and natural heritage of the Dyfi River for the first time in a pioneering centre attracting 60,000 visitors annually.