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Full time Contract until 31 March 2019 - 37.5 hours per week
Based at HQ, Allet, Truro
Salary £24,500 per annum
The Environmental Records Centre for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly (ERCCIS) is looking to appoint a Development Officer. The post will lead on an exciting development phase for ERCCIS and the Wildlife Information Service (WIS) overseeing the unification of the ERCCIS and Online Recording Kernow & Scilly (ORKS) websites as well as delivering changes, via Drupal and Indicia, that enables ERCCIS to deliver data searches of species and habitat data within this website.
Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)
Bury St Edmunds
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Consultancy team to lead project management in the East of England. Are you an experienced, multi-disciplinary people manager? Do you have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to think strategically? Do you have experience and an in-depth knowledge of project management in Historic or the Natural Environment and managing programmes of work? If so, this could be a fantastic new role for you.
Salary: £25,463 to £28,221.
We are looking for someone with excellent communication skills and the ability to develop relationships to take volunteering within the Waste & Countryside Service to new levels. You will manage, train and support our network of volunteers and provide advice and support to our staff on working with volunteers.
Grade: 5: £18,870 - £20,541 pro rata
Hours: 22.5 per week
Fixed Term contract 23/07/18 to 14/09/18
We have been awarded a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to support an innovative three-year nature conservation programme called The Wild Watch. The project is designed to collect and analyse data on species of conservation concern, engage new volunteers in wildlife citizen science programmes and an outreach programme to enthuse the general public and encourage them to get involved.
Location: World Museum, Liverpool
The post holder will be based in the Vertebrate Zoology section of World Museum (WM) (Collections & Estates Division) and will initially be managed by the Director of WM. The successful candidate will make a significant contribution to the delivery of venue, collection, research, engagement and environmental justice programmes.
4 year fixed term contract
Bright Water is a Heritage Lottery Fund supported scheme, with HLF contributing £2.6million towards a total project budget of £3.2 million. Durham Wildlife Trust is the lead partner and will employ staff on behalf of the Partnership. The project is centred on the catchment of the River Skerne, covering parts of County Durham and Darlington.
International Wildlife Consultants (UK) Ltd is looking for a highly competent person skilled in administration, customer liaison, logistics and business planning. This is an opportunity to help manage an exciting and diverse business based in West Wales.
This is a permanent post and accommodation may be available on site. It is a very varied job with scope for national & international travel.
3 Year Fixed Term Contract (Subject to Funding)
Full Time-35 hours per week
Salary: Competitive plus benefits
The post holder will identify historical unrecorded bridleways, and collate digital map evidence to enable the submission of definitive map modification applications. Record such routes on an online map and database. Maintain an online library of images of documentary evidence. Create high quality applications. Provide support to volunteers to achieve compliant applications.
Location: South West office location desirable but not essential
Full Time - Fixed Term Contract
Dynamic Dunescapes aims to restore the natural processes of our most important sand dune sites by unlocking the dynamism that is critical to their future. The national partnership comprises Natural England, Plantlife, The Wildlife Trusts, National Trust and Natural Resources Wales. The project now needs a Project Officer to work closely with the Development Project Manager to further work up the initiative so that a successful Round 2 HLF application can be submitted in March 2019.
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