A rolling list of vacancies, updated every weekday. Adverts are listed in chronological order, most recent at the top.
Ecology vacancies: roles covering ecology, biodiversity, mitigation, consultancy roles e.g. Ecological Clerk of Works and advice provision also fieldwork such as bat surveys and EIA.
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Salary will be £25,000-£27,000 p.a. depending on skills and experience. The position is a permanent p/t post (21 hours), and includes a generous stakeholder pension and Sick Pay Scheme. (F/t or flexible working may be considered to get the right candidate).
We are looking for a candidate with the knowledge, skills, experience and personal qualities necessary to maintain and develop the main databases and information systems (including web services) of BIS. This post requires someone who has IT experience in a comparable project or situation. The successful candidate will have skills in working with networks, databases, web applications, and Geographical Information Systems, and will also be able to demonstrate a personal commitment to biodiversity conservation.
Salary: £27,317 - 33,619 plus employer pension contribution of 7%
37.5 hours per week
Based in Taunton
This post brings together ecological monitoring, data and landscape-scale conservation science to define the direction of the Trust’s conservation work, aiming to restore nature at a landscape scale. A member of the Senior Leadership Team, the postholder will oversee the development of programmes that create a coherent and resilient ecological network across Somerset and provide the technical ecological lead across the Trust including the achievement of positive biodiversity outcomes through the planning process.
Full-time permanent contract
Building with Nature are looking to recruit an experienced project manager to support the delivery of our Business Strategy and Action Plan.
This is a very exciting opportunity to help us create and share the practical tools that normalise high-quality green infrastructure, maximising benefits for both citizens and the natural world.
£21,000 per annum
Would you like to have a pivotal role in protecting Surrey’s wildlife and landscapes for future generations?
Do you have the passion, commitment and skills to work with us and our local authority partners to deliver this mission?
Surrey Wildlife Trust provide an Ecological Planning Advisory service to the Local Planning Authorities case officers on development proposals which could affect important species and habitats.
Location: Wimbleball Lake - Exmoor
Salary: £19,000 - £21,000 per annum
Hours: Full Time (40 hours per week)
Join South West Lakes Trust's dedicated Countryside Team as our Senior Warden on Exmoor. Based at Wimbleball Lake, you will take a leading role in the Trust's countryside and conservation goals in the Somerset Region, delivering the highest standard of estate management and environmental work at two stunning reservoir sites in our Exmoor area.
Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)
The Lake District
A senior leadership role to develop a sustainable future for the National Trust’s 90 Lake District farms at a time of unprecedented change.
This will involve leading a diverse team in a complex and sensitive environment to deliver a significant capital programme, develop new financially sustainable business models for our farms and investing in our farmers – the current and next generations - to face into the challenges ahead. Key outputs will include the recovery of species and habitats and a landscape that is more robust in the face of climate change, all the while sustaining the globally significant attributes that make the Lake District a World Heritage Site – its upland farming practices and native breeds. At the heart of all of this will be financially stable and viable farms.
Salary Circa £18,500k - £22k depending on qualifications and experience; full-time 35 hours per week; permanent contract; based at Herriard Park, Herriard, near Basingstoke, RG25 2PL.
As part of the North Hampshire Team, this post is crucial to the successful delivery of the Trust’s Reserves and Wilder vision in north and east Hampshire. The post will be instrumental in the delivery of practical management by volunteers across north Hampshire. The role involves working on some of the most highly designated wildlife sites in the area, including the MoD training estate.
Location: Ponteland, nr Newcastle
Salary: To be discussed on application
This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join and help shape this newly established Consultancy offering more than just ecology services.
Biodiverse Consulting Ltd was set up earlier this year specifically to offer clients a high level of professionalism and knowledge both in terms of the ecological services it offers and the business development it supports. It delivers ecological and arboricultural survey, assessment and net gain services to a broad range of clients on a variety of development projects, as well as business development services to the environmental sector.
Salary: £33,981 - £38,622
Type: Full-Time until January 2022 (Fixed Term Contract)
Location: Wash Lodge, Valentines Park & Hainault Forest Country Park
Vision Redbridge Culture and Leisure (Vision) is a registered charity that manages a wide range of facilities and services on behalf of the London Borough of Redbridge including: Leisure Facilities, Sport & Health, Libraries, Redbridge Museum, Parks and Open Spaces, Arts, Events and Halls Lettings.
We need a Project Manager to lead the restoration and redevelopment of Hainault Forest. We were delighted by our success in gaining a £4.5m National Lottery Heritage Fund grant in May this year to assist with this major project.
Are you seeking new challenges? ECOSA are pleased to be seeking a full time Senior Ecologist to join our friendly team at our attractive head office in rural Hampshire.
If you are passionate about promoting best practice in ecology and committed to making a positive impact on the environment, we want to hear from you!
At ECOSA, we want all our employees to feel valued and supported in their careers. We offer a mentoring scheme to promote your development and progression with reference to the CIEEM Competency Framework and a generous structured training budget.
Are you an enthusiastic GIS professional looking for a new and exciting challenge within the environmental NGO sector? The South East Rivers Trust is looking for an outstanding individual to lead the GIS work for the Trust, setting up a GIS database and working with colleagues on spatial analysis.
You will be working on several ground breaking projects, mapping natural capital and the ecosystem services it provides to help target environmental enhancements to where they are most effective. Through the PROWATER project you will work with European partners to target measures that will protect and enhance water resources, and through an Environmental Land Management trial you will support the targeting and creation of land management plans to help farmers, planners and the local community enhance natural capital for public benefit.
Salary range £32 - £50k FTE
We are looking for an accomplished consultant to join our team working on a broad range of rural environment projects. The position is within our Landscape Planning and Management Team and based preferably in our Bristol office. Applicants for our other offices will be considered.
Our work encompasses the analysis, conservation and enhancement of rural landscapes, providing advice and monitoring of agri-environment schemes along with developing robust strategies to guide stewardship.
Salary will be dependent on experience.
We are looking for a talented individual to fill a role as a Green Infrastructure / Landscape Consultant in our Landscape Planning and Management team. You would be working on a broad range of projects across the spectrum of landscape management, including the development of strategies for landscapes of national and international importance.
You will be involved in all stages of projects from tendering through to completion, providing support to senior staff. The work will include carrying out site assessments, report writing and graphics.
Full-time: Fixed term to end June 2021
Based at Romney Marsh Visitor Centre, New Romney, Kent
The post holder will lead the delivery stage of the Conservation and Wildlife projects being delivered as part of the Fifth Continent Landscape Partnership Scheme funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Contract type: Permanent
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Salary: £45,000 to £55,000, dependent on experience
Hours: 40 hours per week
Do you want to work for one of the UK’s leading, award winning, ecological consultancies? We are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced and knowledgeable candidate to join our Major Projects Team in the role of Contracts Manager. The role will be focused on the management of coordination of a number of exciting projects, ensuring that project milestones are achieved, targets are met and client expectations are satisfied. This role will encompass various stages of the project life cycle, from engagement in the bidding process through to project delivery and client retention.
Salary Range: Up to £38,000 DOE
Based at: Tyland Barn, Maidstone
The Principal Ecologist will work alongside colleagues within the Consultancy, liaise with Senior Trust Managers and external partners to build on the significant opportunities for the newly created KWT Consultancy Services Ltd.
You will support the Managing Director, helping to win contracts & develop the business building on KWT’s brand. You will also support by leading a small consultancy team raising the competencies of staff and developing opportunities for core staff to upskill and deliver. You will engage with external parties such as industry, infrastructure project contractors, developers and corporates, undertaking terrestrial, freshwater and potentially marine delivery and providing organisational resilience through creating unrestricted income for the Trust.
Location: Flexible in Central and Eastern England
Salary: £48,848 to £52,919
Hours: Full time
We are seeking an Area Manager to provide the strategic leadership for delivery of the RSPB's mission across the East Midlands, from the wet grasslands of Otmor in Oxfordshire, through the ancient trees of Sherwood Forest, to the uplands of the Peak District. This will include direct accountability for all reserve, conservation, project and learning delivery which will be part the area team.
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