It's been a turbulent few years and it's time we assessed how well CJS is fitting your needs and providing the services you want and need in a way that is simple and easy to use. Your opinions matter and we do listen. This survey is more in depth than previous ones, with quite a few open ended questions, as we work out how to ensure that CJS remains relevant to you: our readers. We're not expecting essays just a few words or a sentence or two at most. Please be honest - write your first response on reading the question.
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Part-Time, Kent & Essex Area
Location: Flexible within South-East England
Do you have excellent organisational skills, an eye for detail and a passion for the natural world? Are you looking for a role where you can use your well-honed administrative skills to help save nature? If your answer to these questions is ‘Yes!’ then the role of Senior Administrator with the RSPB’s Kent & Essex team could be for you.
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:
Advertised Salary: £24,669 inclusive of allowances
We currently have opportunities for 2 Volunteering Leader's within our dynamic and enthusiastic Wales & Southwest operations team, based at Newbury and covering the regional canal networks (Kennet & Avon). As Volunteering Leader, you will report directly to the Area Operations Manager, and work closely with not only volunteers, but operational team colleagues across the wider Wales & Southwest team as you plan, assist, deliver and manage successful volunteer activities and events in 2021 and beyond.
Salary: £27,574 - £30,590 per annum
Duration: Until 31st March 2022
In partnership with Canterbury and Swale Council, Natural England, Kent Wildlife Trust, the restoration plan will incorporate habitat improvements that will enable sites to become a major link in a chain of nature reserves. Restoring Seasalter Levels to its potential will provide sanctuary for wildlife, creating a reserve that is managed for nature and resilient to climate change. Wraik Hill, is a small Local Nature Reserve comprising grassland and scrub habitats that provides resources for local communities to access nature.
Hours: Full time
Tenure: Fixed term, 12 months
This role is an opportunity for the right person to gain experience in the varied remit of local environmental records centres and our work as a social enterprise in the capital. You will have primary responsibility for maintaining and enhancing GiGL’s core habitat and land use spatial dataset. This dataset underpins the delivery of services to GiGL’s partners and wider community, who require insights into London’s natural environment based on the evidence base.
Newton Nursery, Elgin
Salary: £43,095 - £46,945
Contract type: Permanent - Flexible working, Full-time
You will have direct responsibility for the day-to-day management of FLS plant supply services at Newton Nursery. This will include the management and overseeing of all production operations to ensure the efficient running of the nursery. Work will also involve responsibility for the delivery all FLS external plant and seed supply requirements via current Framework contracts and Service Level Agreement (SLA) in place. You will also be the principle deputy to the Head of Plant & Seed Supply and will assist in taking key decisions around the current nursery expansion and redevelopment project for Newton Nursery.
4 days / 30 hours a week
£22,500 pro rata
Carymoor Environmental Trust is an environmental education charity based outside Castle Cary in Somerset. Our unique site has a working Waste Transfer Station and a nature reserve created on a restored landfill site. We offer a broad range of environmental education to schools, community groups, and families to promote sustainable living. We have 5000 visitors each year who come to us for school trips, adult education courses, volunteering, and family events. This role will involve reviewing potential volunteer opportunities and promoting them, helping to expand our volunteer team. It will also involve inducting new volunteers and measuring the benefits of their work on their health and wellbeing.
Flexible - Watford - Hertfordshire
40 hours/week (Mon-Fri)
Due to continued growth we are looking for an enthusiastic and reliable Sales Person with a landscaping background at our location in Radlett in Hertfordshire. Glendale’s Civic Trees operates on a national basis from its base in Radlett, Hertfordshire.
Contract type: Permanent / Working hours: Full time
Location: Yorkshire, (The post can be located at Potteric Carr, Doncaster, or Appleton Mill Farm, near Pickering. Regular travel to other sites will be needed.)
Are you a hard-working fundraising manager looking for a new challenge? Do you enjoy collaborative cross-team working? Do you want to help us tackle the ecological emergency in Yorkshire? Due to expansion of the fundraising team and a need to grow unrestricted income, we are looking for a positive and personable fundraising manager with an ability to connect with donors, corporate partners, grant funders and colleagues.
We are on a mission to remove as much excess CO2 from the atmosphere as we can, in order to avoid the most disastrous effects of global warming and the climate crisis. Weu2019re achieving this by planting forests that are profitable, meaning we can scale up our land holding, plant millions of trees, and grow a climate solution which removes significant amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere.