A rolling list of vacancies, updated every weekday. Adverts are listed in chronological order, most recent at the top.
Environmental and Outdoor Education vacancies: interpretation, field work tutors, public engagement, adventure activities instructors also higher and further education roles.
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Field Studies Council
Salary - £32,013 - £38,176 per annum.
Contract Term - Permanent
This is a key operational and leadership role, working under the direction of the Head of Group (West), with the support of a Mentor and expertise from the Project Advisory Team. The key focus of the role initially will be to manage the Orielton Project – “Creating an Estate for Outdoor Learning”.
Field Studies Council
Salary – £18,877 - £21,542 per annum.
Contract Term – Fixed Term maternity cover position due to start in January 2019 and end in October 2019 in the first instance
The post-holder will work closely with school teachers with an interest in attending our centres and centre-based office teams to ensure school teachers can easily book a fieldwork experience that meets their requirements.
Scottish Wildlife Trust
Salary: £16,380 per annum
Status: Full-time for c8 weeks (March – May)
Loch of the Lowes
Working in rural Perthshire, the successful candidates will monitor all aspects of the returning breeding ospreys from their wintering grounds of West Africa. They will ensure protection of the nest and eggs on a predominantly nightshift working pattern. An additional exciting new element of this post is to monitor any activity seen on our recently installed beaver CCTV system and to run regular Beaverwatch events for members of the public.
This is a full time, fixed term post until 31st December 2020.
Our Head Office is in Salisbury and we also have an office near our Ranscombe reserve in Strood, Kent. The nominal base for this post will be at either of these offices or, home based in or near one of the six project areas (Devon & Cornwall, Somerset, Wessex, Brecklands, Kent and Yorkshire).
Do you want to be part of a ground-breaking approach to saving species from extinction? Back from the Brink is a £6.6million HLF-funded programme delivered by a partnership of England’s leading nature conservation organisations.
Location: East Riding of Yorkshire
Salary starting at: £15,269 - £15,696 per annum pro rata
Hours: Full time
Contract: 5 months fixed term
Would you like to work at the Uk's largest inland seabird colony? Over 100,000 visitors come to our stunning Bempton Cliffs nature reserve every year to enjoy almost half a million seabirds, including the iconic puffin. As part of a dedicated team, you will need bags of enthusiasm and initiative to deliver the reserve's events and activities. You will provide visitors young and old, with a memorable and inspiring visit to the reserve.
Salary starting at: £29,507 - £31,966 per annum
Hours: Full time
Contract: until 31 March 2022
We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced project manager to lead delivery of the Garnock Connections Landscape Partnership Scheme - an ambitious programme of integrated projects, events and activities, as set out in our Landscape Conservation Action Plan.
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust are recruiting for a new post for the Sheffield Lakeland Partnership.
The project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and is a part time post funded until October 2022.
We have an exciting opportunity for someone to introduce children and young people from across Sheffield and Rotherham to the Sheffield Lakeland areas. We are looking for someone enthusiastic to develop relationships with schools that will inspire and encourage them to take part in the activities.
Part-time role on fixed term contract (maternity cover)
3 days per week from March 2019,
Based at Cheddar, Somerset
£23,691-25,750 per annum (based on experience) pro-rata
The Countryside Stewardship Facilitation Fund supports people and organisations that bring farmers, foresters and other land managers together to improve the local natural environment at a landscape scale. The role of the Mendip Hills Facilitator is to bring local landowners together to work cooperatively to deliver Countryside Stewardship objectives
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT) is looking for a part-time Skills for Bees Outreach Trainee to support survey and engagement work with Making a Buzz for the Coast. This is an ambitious natural heritage project focussed on safeguarding rare bee populations in north Kent, with Heritage Lottery Funding for habitat improvements and community engagement.
This role is an exciting opportunity to inspire the local people of Kent to take action for bumblebees through innovative engagement activities.
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