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Full time, Permanent
Market competitive package, dependent on experience
Pensthorpe Natural Park, in North Norfolk, was created by a visionary conservationist who landscaped an area of gravel extraction in the River Wensum Valley to create one of Britain’s most biodiverse nature reserves.
Our vision for conservation, experiential nature and wellbeing combined with our strong emphasis on customer experience and ensuring an inspiring and educational connection with nature is at the heart of everything we do, appealing to all ages. We are looking to recruit an Operations Director to continue our exciting journey
Permanent, Part time 4 d/w (30hrs)
Salary: £21,000-£24,000 pro-rata.
Cornwall Environmental Consultants (CEC) is a leading ecological and landscape architecture consultancy, based in Allet near Truro, providing professional services to the construction, development and land management sectors.
Full-time 35 Hours per week
Salary: Competitive plus benefits
Based at BHS HQ near Stoneleigh, Warwickshire
As a member of the Access team this key role will involve the sourcing, writing and editing of content for our communication streams which include BHS printed and digital publications, monthly newsletters, website pages, local and national magazines, press and social media. You will play an active part of our volunteer and Equestrian Access Group recruitment, training and support programme, and be responsible for the organisation of our National Conference, public events, and campaigns.
Permanent, London based, 28 hours (4 days) per week
Salary: £36.1k – £39.9k per annum pro rata (£28.9k for 28 hours per week)
National Parks England (NPE) is the representative body for the nine English National Park Authorities and the Broads Authority. We provide a collective voice, ensuring that policy makers and Parliamentarians understand and value England’s National Parks and the work of the Authorities that look after them. We are now looking for a Head of Policy to lead our work in engaging with national policy; to develop (in conjunction with the Executive Director and the Authorities) NPE’s policies and positions; and to present these to senior national policy-makers.
We’re looking for an experienced Senior Project Development & Funding Officer to join our small, friendly team. You will research, identify and secure match funding, sponsorship and in-kind support from a wide range of potential funding sources, including commercial sponsorship, corporate support, charitable trusts and private giving. The income generation through fees and sales is another area for development.
Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust
Location: Eggleston, Co. Durham
Salary: £16,000 to £20,000 per annum
Status: Permanent, full time, 37.5 hours p/w plus pension, medical insurance and 22+ days holiday
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust has a small Uplands team based in Teesdale, Co. Durham, with additional out-posted staff in Scotland and the Yorkshire Dales. We are seeking a Support Officer for this team to provide a wide range of office support duties.
Permanent Part-time 15 hrs per week
£23,111-£25,463 pro rata
Working as part a small team and with the Senior Project Development & Funding Officer you will contribute or lead on funding bids to external funders, both commercial sponsors and others. You will deliver projects in support of the Management Plan and associated strategies, plans and guidance
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