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Project: 3 years fixed term contract
Location: Bardon Mill, Northumberland
Greenlee is a site of significant geographical and historic importance, featuring an abundance of internationally important habitats and wildlife. The Lough is surrounded by open moorland with mat and purple moor grass, peat bog and improved/semi-improved pastures and commons. Whilst this project officer post will be responsible for coordinating the delivery of the Greenlee Project, this will be done in partnership with and supported by the National Trust, Natural England and other key stakeholders. To lead and co-ordinate programmes of work on behalf of Northumberland National Park Authority (NNPA) and wider Partnerships, developing and overseeing the implementation of project delivery plans in close liaison with other officers at NNPA, the National Trust, Natural England, Land Managers and other key stakeholders. To further develop programmes and partnership working and to influence key organisations to deliver work within the National Park in support of the shared Vision of the 2016-2021 National Park Management Plan and beyond.
Salary Range: £26,544 - £29,583 per annum
Work Location: River Hamble Rangers Depot, Southampton
Hours per week: 37 / Contract Type: Permanent
Bird Aware Solent engages with local communities to raise awareness of overwintering coastal birds within the three Special Protection Areas (SPAs) and aims to reduce disturbance to coastal birds through influencing the behaviour of visitors. We cover the coastline from Hurst Castle (near Lymington) in Hampshire to West Wittering in West Sussex and the Northern coast of the Isle of Wight, delivering an agreed programme of public engagement work at events, in schools and out on the coast.
2 x full time posts (37.5hrs per week) to start April 2021
Part time and job share options to cover the hours of both posts will be openly considered
Salary £21,012p/a - pro rata for part time and job share options
Get Out More CIC, is a social enterprise on a mission to help people engage with nature to feel better in mind and body. We are recruiting for experienced forest school and outdoor play workers to help us to deliver successful programmes working with people across the Bradford district. We are looking for experienced practitioners who can lead a varied programme, including forest schools, outdoor play and community engagement activities for children and families.
Hopetoun House, South Queensferry
Fixed Term for 6 Months: 29th March – 26th September 2021
Hopetoun House is one of Scotland’s finest Stately Homes and has been home to the Hope family since 1699. The House and Formal Grounds are managed by the Trustees of The Hopetoun House Preservation Trust, an independent charitable trust formed in 1974 with three main objectives of Conservation, Education and Access.
The successful candidate will work 30 hours over 5 days which will include a high degree of weekend work. Funded by Nature.Scot, the rate of pay will be £8.72 per hour from 29th March rising to £8.91 from 1st April.
2 x 12-month placements from April 2021
Based at Dartmoor National Park Authority (DNPA), Bovey Tracey, Devon
This 12-month Conservation and Access Volunteer placement is an exciting opportunity for two graduates to consolidate skills and knowledge in applied conservation and access management. Hosted by DNPA, this is a partnership project with Natural England (East Dartmoor National Nature Reserve) and the Woodland Trust and the successful candidates will work across variety of sites in one of England’s most loved landscapes.
Salary: £18,408 - £19,539 per annum.
Location: Base Negotiable
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Fixed term: 1st March 2021 to 28th February 2022.
Field Studies Council is one of the UK’s leading providers of outdoor environmental education. This is a great opportunity to join the Field Studies Council (FSC).
This exciting role is a 12-month structured career development opportunity to design and deliver biodiversity training courses, including courses for younger people (aged 16-25).
Salary: £22,183-£24,491 per annum
An exciting opportunity to work in a dynamic Local Authority on the Yorkshire Coast. You will play a key role on the ground in delivering the Council’s Restoration Plan for the Cinder Track, a 36km shared use trail along a disused railway line between the Borough’s two main resorts. The council is recruiting a permanent Ranger to their Parks and Countryside Service to repair, maintain and enhance the Cinder Track to maintain the integrity and accessibility, aligned to the Council’s Restoration Plan.
Full time, permanent contract (37.5 hours per week)
Salary: c £28k depending on experience
Location: The Nene Valley, Northamptonshire
This is an exciting opportunity to join a small environmental charity and social enterprise in a leadership role. Based at one of the region’s most popular countryside sites, the job involves organising and coordinating the work of the Ranger Team to help ensure the smooth day-to-day running of Stanwick Lakes.
Salary: £159 per week for first 12 months, increasing to National Minimum Wage for remaining 4 months
Location: Lymington and the New Forest
Contract Type: Fixed term, full time
Are you passionate about a career working outdoors in conservation? Are you looking for an opportunity to gain recognised qualifications and develop professional skills while earning a salary? We’re looking for two Apprentice Rangers to work across the New Forest National Park.
Location: Based at South Downs Centre Midhurst, working from the Bordon area and other locations, including working from home
Salary: £21,020 - £24,278 pro rata (£11,362 to £13,123 per annum)
Hours: 20 hours per week, worked across 3 to 4 days
Type of post: Fixed term for 6 months
The Heathlands Reunited project (HeRe) is a partnership led by the South Downs National Park Authority which seeks to promote bigger, better, joined-up heathland that people know about, care about, and use responsibly and sustainably. As part of the project’s legacy, we are looking to build a small team to continue this work.
Working with the Tree Nursery Manager you will be responsible for planning and designing the nursery from inception to delivery to include designing SEND employment opportunities within a social enterprise, and for managerial functions including hiring and training staff, and liaising with customers.
Fixed Term Contract, 2.5 days per week (0.5fte)
Morecambe Bay Limestones, Lancashire and Cumbria
Salary: £24,551- £28,363 pa dependent on experience, plus 8% pension contribution
Butterfly Conservation is the world’s largest organisation dedicated to the conservation of butterflies, moths and our environment. We are seeking an experienced and highly determined Engagement Officer to deliver the engagement programme of the Green Recovery for Morecambe Bay’s Woodlands project to encourage a wide range of possible audiences to learn about, enjoy, and safeguard moths and butterflies.
Salary: £28 – £32,000 based on experience
Contract type: Fixed contract finishing 31st March 2022 / Working hours: Full time (37 hours per week).
Location: Home based but the majority of time will be spent at Nosterfield Nature Reserve, Nosterfield Quarry, Bedale, North Yorkshire, DL8 2QZ
We are looking for someone who is passionate about engaging people with nature to develop and lead volunteer activities on our regionally important wetland nature reserve. As our Swale and Ure Washlands Project Officer, based at Nosterfield in North Yorkshire, you will work with trustees and ecologists leading volunteers on a range of seasonal practical conservation tasks to manage the site.
Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens Trust is a partner to the Love Your River Cole (LYRiC) project; a partnership project to help transform the Cole Valley, enhancing natural spaces and training local people to look after this important natural river corridor.
With funding from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund, the project is led by Tame Valley Wetlands, and includes a range of partners including ourselves. The project overall will involve tree planting, wildflower meadow creation and wetland habitat enhancements, as well as access improvements to paths and trails through several key sites. Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens Trust is now looking for an experienced and flexible Project Manager to oversee, plan and manage our part of the partnership.
If you are under 25 years old at the start of January 2021, have a commitment to learning outside the classroom. with a broad knowledge and understanding of the English National Curriculum, a knowledge of either pollinators, habitat creation and management, wildlife gardening or citizen science, we would love to hear from you. You must be fluent in the English language, able to write engaging learning resources and have excellent IT skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office particularly Word, Teams, Excel and PowerPoint.
These exciting roles will connect you with people wanting to share your passion for biodiversity, especially natural history subjects and related art. We offer competitive pay rates for delivering training courses online and at venues across the UK, plus expenses and contribution to producing learning resources.
You’ll join a lively network of associate tutors delivering training courses with the national charity, the Field Studies Council (FSC); a leader provider of environment education. Every year, FSC delivers hundreds of Eco-Skills courses for adults and young people (age 16+) across the UK.
This contract will represent 78 days work spread over the year long contract and will require delivery in a flexible manner requiring some weekend and evening work.
The East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership and the Bat Conservation Trust are seeking a self-employed Engagement Officer to help deliver an exciting Green Recovery Challenge Fund project for Grey Long-eared bats.
The project is based in East Devon, home of 2 grey long-eared maternity roosts and the area is a vital link between roosts in the south of England and those of the South West.
£22,123 - £24,263 (pro rata)
22.5 hours per week
We are currently seeking an Environmental Project Officer, working 22.5 hours a week, to deliver our environmental projects and lead a team of dedicated volunteers.
The person we are looking for will be committed to supporting the communities and wildlife in our operational area.
2 year fixed term contract / 17.5 hours per week
£21000 pro rata
Elan Valley, Powys
Tir Coed is a charity that engages people through outdoor learning in order to improve their wellbeing and meet longer-term goals for education, employment or volunteering. We are seeking an enthusiastic and engaging person to provide accredited training, practical learning opportunities, volunteering and wellbeing activities to a wide range of people.
Magdalen is an environmental education and care farming charity set on its own 132-acre organic farm and nature reserve.
We have a new job vacancy, for a Centre Manager. This is a complex full time role, suitable for an experienced, multi-skilled person. The salary is £25,000
Our outgoing Centre Manager has been at Magdalen for 20 years, and has helped manage the organisation through periods of dramatic change and growth.
This training role is ideal for a budding outdoor educator early in their career wishing to develop a wide range of outdoor learning skills, experience and competencies for career progression. In this role you will support our Learning and Skills team to plan, deliver and evaluate our progressive formal and informal learning programmes. You will work with a range of audiences including young people of all ages, families and adults including individuals with special educational needs and disabilities.
Salary: £11.76 per hour (FTE £21406.74 per annum)
Based at: Estovers, Greenham Common, Newbury and covering Greenham and Snelsmore Commons
1 Warden: 26 week fixed term contract (01 March to 29 August 2021)
Working hours: 30 hours per week including early mornings, evenings and weekends
The Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust is a membership-based voluntary organisation, managing 88 nature reserves, influencing land management and educating and encouraging all sectors of the community to care for local wildlife. The primary purpose of this role is to engage with our visitors at Greenham & Crookham and Snelsmore Commons, informing them about the heathland and its associated wildlife whilst encouraging them to stay on paths and keep their dogs under control during the bird-nesting season.
Location: Grangemouth, Falkirk
This is a six month, fixed-term, contrac
Salary: £17,290 per annum
The Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre is a reserve located in the middle of industrial Grangemouth. Jupiter is a fantastic example of how wasteland can be transformed into an urban green space, with an emphasis on environmental education and habitat creation.
Salary: £12,576.30 pa for the hours worked, which equates to the full time salary of £20,960 pa
Contract: This is a fixed term role until 30 April 2023 on a part time basis of 3 days per week (0.6 FTE).
Location: Based at our office in Sneinton, Nottingham and the Miner2Major project office within the Sherwood Forest area.
Are you passionate about participation and committed to conservation? We’re looking for an enthusiastic volunteer coordinator to lead and develop our work with communities across Sherwood Forest. Miner2Major is a Landscape Partnership Scheme supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund focusing on the diverse wildlife, important habitats and rich heritage of Sherwood Forest.