11 month placement (expected start June or July 2021)
A stipend of £6,000 will be paid in monthly instalments.
Full time, 37.5 hour week, Flexible working hours.
The successful student will be based in the charity`s office in Honley (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire), working alongside the small team of staff, trustees and volunteers. The student will have the opportunity to get involved in all the work of the charity including practical river restoration and conservation work with volunteers (such as tree planting, footpath improvements and wildflower planting), invasive non-native plant control, supporting staff and potentially delivering school education events, scientific studies with the University of Huddersfield, citizen science work (fish population monitoring and riverfly sampling), helping at public events, social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) updates, funding bids, river surveying, geographical information system updates (QGIS) and general admin work.
With offices in Worcestershire, Hertfordshire and Manchester, Ecology Solutions is a leading consultancy with an extensive range of expertise, specialising in ecology planning solutions for numerous, diverse high-profile clients within both the public and private sectors nationwide. These offices are seeking to recruit Seasonal Field Surveyors to be involved in protected species survey and translocation work in various locations across the UK
In our Worcestershire office, we are seeking to recruit an Assistant to our Fieldworker Coordinator. This is a seasonal role, which will start at the beginning of March and end in October. You would assist with duties such as booking accommodation, downloading data, organising equipment for surveys, keeping track of equipment and organising access to sites – this is not an exhaustive list.
Location: Newtown Linford, Leicestershire
Bradgate Park Trust is looking for an exceptional and commercially astute Director to deliver the next stage of the Charity’s ten-year Strategic Plan. Working with the strategic support of a committed, passionate and knowledgeable Board of Trustees, the Director will be the driving force of the Strategic Plan: A Vision for our Centenary 2017 to 2027. The Director will be responsible for leading on opportunities to diversify the Trust’s income and maximise on opportunities to conserve, protect and advocate the Park.
Near Forest Row, East Sussex
Part time (2 days per week)
Salary £35,000 - 39,500 pro rata - by negotiation, depending on experience + pension contribution & holiday allowance
The job will entail managing a diverse rural estate in the Ashdown Forest. The estate includes a historic main house, a handful of let residential properties both on-site and in the surrounding area, traditional agricultural buildings, gardens, grounds, 65 acres of permanent grassland under environmental stewardship, and 240 acres of woodland.
The Continuous Cover Forestry Group (CCFG) are looking for a part-time Administrator to support the (voluntary) Management Committee and maintain administrative systems for the Group.
The work is home-based, using his/her own computer and office facilities, but there will also be occasional meetings which the Administrator is required to attend.
Duties include membership management, organising events, email commuications, social media and website management, newsletter production, arranging meetings, managing the accounts and miscellaneous admin duties.
Salary: £49,395pa plus 5% pension
This is a full-time, permanent post based at Cricklepit Mill.
Devon Wildlife Trust (DWT) is Devon’s leading wildlife conservation charity, with 35,000 members, 2,000 volunteers, 100 staff and 58 nature reserves. We are one of the larger of the 46 locally based organisations that collectively make up The Wildlife Trusts. We are looking for a dynamic and committed individual to lead our corporate support activities, including finance, human resources, governance, property and IT. You will have experience of working in corporate services at a senior level, and considerable knowledge and experience in at least one of the areas listed above.
Location: Newtown Linford, Leicestershire
Bradgate Park Trust is seeking a new member of the team to recruit and support Volunteers.
The role will engage volunteers in new and existing roles including volunteering tasks from support of the shop and Visitor Centre to regular practical conservation tasks. The post will review tasks and work with colleagues to develop and administrate innovative new schemes for volunteers, as well as supporting the wider Team on scheduling and promoting opportunities.
The Trustees would like to appoint, on a consultancy basis, a part time Executive Administrator to succeed the present one who is retiring. The new Executive Administrator will take up post, after a full handover, in late March or early April 2021 on a date to be agreed.
The Executive Administrator is the principal point of contact for most Trust business. The hours required vary considerably and may be between 25 and 50 hours a month, depending on the workload; the period April to September tends to be quieter than the rest of the year. The remuneration will be agreed in discussion with the successful applicant and is likely to be between £35 - £50 per hour depending on experience.