Chief Executive - Epping Forest Heritage Trust
Epping Forest Heritage Trust has just begun its second year following the successful merger of its two founding charities with a combined 90-year history operating in Epping Forest. It is a splendid time to join us. We are financially strong and have recently secured Heritage Fund support to help us develop a more resilient and sustainable charity, enabling us to make an increased contribution to preserving and promoting the heritage of Epping Forest.
Executive Assistant - River Tweed Commission
Starting salary is dependent on experience and up to £35,000. A relocation package is offered. Flexible employment opportunities may be available.
We are looking for an Executive Assistant to join our small team based in a rural office close to the River Tweed, near Melrose. You will have responsibility for the administration and smooth running of the office and provide an effective service to the Tweed management teams of the River Tweed Commission and the Tweed Foundation. This post will suit someone looking to work in and for the countryside, with an understanding of rural sports and small businesses.
Senior Estimator Landscaping – Major Projects - Tilhill Forestry
Employer Based: Southern England
This is a key role responsible for delivering a high-quality landscaping management service. The role will involve seeking out new opportunities, estimating, tender submissions and bid writing, contract negotiation and high-level client management to help the company achieve its ambitious growth aspirations. The position will also involve promoting the Company within the landscaping industry and helping to develop on-going landscaping related opportunities nationwide.
Administrative Assistant – Open Spaces - City of London
Starting salary £16,462 - £18,6388 per annum, pro rata, inclusive of London Weighting
Part-time - 27 hours per week
Location: Merlewood Estate and Ashtead Estate, Surrey
Ashtead Common and Coulsdon Common (Merlewood) are two of seven open spaces on the borders of South London and Surrey that are managed by the City of London Corporation. A vital part of our cultural and natural heritage, they offer a wide range of education, volunteer and leisure activities such as school visits, wildlife surveys and guided walks.