A rolling list of vacancies, updated every weekday. Adverts are listed in chronological order, most recent at the top.
Publicity and Fundraising vacancies: public relations, promotion including social media, grant applications and administration and fundraising. This section also includes membership promotion and recruitment roles.
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Canterbury Oast Trust
£15,269.00 plus week-end allowance
Woodchurch, Ashford, Kent
We are looking to appoint a Farm and Attraction Worker to join our current team to assist the Assistant Farm and Attraction Manager in the smooth running of the Centre as a farm, visitor attraction and life skills provider. As a Farm and Attraction Worker this includes participating in all activities, events, display and presentations as and when required.
Based: Callow Rock Offices, Somerset
Contract: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £23,691 - £25,750 per year
Are you passionate about Somerset, Climate Change and working with the whole community to plan a positive climate ready future for the county? Somerset Wildlife Trust is looking for an innovative, self-motivated and committed individual to get fully immersed in an exciting new role to help deliver the EU funded ‘Climate Adaptation through Co-Creation’ project.
Location: Posts available throughout North Wales
Hours: 12-16 per week; flexible
Pay: £9.00ph plus Commission
Duration: Permanent, seasonal
North Wales Wildlife Trust are looking for people to join our membership recruitment team to spread the message about our work and sign up new supporters through simple, two-step door-to-door supporter recruitment – no pressure involved.
Contract Duration: initially 7 months, 1st April - 31st October 2019, with the potential to extend.
Working Hours: 5 days per week (40 hours), some weekend working.
Pay: Pro-rata £20, 000
A brilliant opportunity for an organised professional to work with and help build our local bird conservation and education charity. The role is to focus on management of the engagement centre-style Headquarters and associated staff, volunteers, events and event bookings. There will be opportunities to learn about the important bird-life of Poole Harbour, and to take part in outreach and conservation projects.
The role requires a commitment of around 15 hours a week, primarily during weekday evenings.
Can you help us find new members and much-needed funding that will allow us to continue our vital work?
Following the tried and tested 'Soft Approach' formula, this post involves walking around the more prosperous streets in your local area (and beyond), asking residents a simple yes/no question, and leaving information booklets about the Lancashire Wildlife Trust with interested people.
Based at Yoredale, Bainbridge
Fixed term contract for 9 months
Part time – 21 hours a week
Band D - £22,462 - £28,786 per annum, pro rata
Are you passionate about wildlife? Do you have a broad understanding of the challenges of upland land management? Do you want to be part of a major new project addressing conservation concerns for one of our most important but vulnerable UK species, the curlew? Do you have experience working in partnership and developing and securing funding for major projects?
Salary starting at: £17,276 - £18,716 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract: Until December 2023
We are looking for new team members to drive delivery of the restoration project, to build our communication locally, nationally and internationally, and to support the overall running of the project - ensuring we achieve our ambitious habitat restoration objectives. If you have the skills, experience and competencies to deliver this kind of work, we would love to hear from you.
Status: Full-time, permanent
Salary: £23,862.50 pa
Location: covers Bedfordshire
We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed person to join the Wider Countryside team who takes the lead with the Trust’s advisory and advocacy work. We are in the fore front of delivery of our priority Living Landscape schemes, responsible for providing nature conservation advice to landowners, public bodies and individual members of the public, undertaking surveys, working with local communities on local conservation projects and supporting the high quality management of our nature reserves.
Scottish Wildlife Trust
(Fixed term contract for 7 months)
28 hours per week for 5 months (Apr-Aug), then
21 per week hours for 2 months (Sep-Oct)
£16,380 pro rata
Loch of the Lowes, Dunkeld
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to provide a first class customer care service at our flagship Visitor Centre throughout our busy osprey breeding season.
North York Moors National Park Authority
£25.2K – £27.9K with potential progression to £31.3K
We are working hard to raise the profile of the North York Moors and need a talented and enthusiastic person to work on this with us.
You’ll support our marketing activities, liaising with tourism businesses and other networks to deliver the Authority’s tourism initiatives aim at raising the National Park’s profile.
Permanent, Full Time 36 hours p/w
Land Trust Head Office, Birchwood, Warrington
The Client Property Manager will work closely with the Director of Portfolio Management, Finance and Communications partners, Business Development Managers, and Estate Managers. This role is both client facing and contractor/partner facing to ensure the phased transfer of land is coordinated and managed.
Fixed term contract to December 2020 (with potential for 3 year extension)
Hassall Green, Sandbach, Cheshire
£20,800 pa for a 4 day week
The Green Angels Project Officer will develop a programme of educational activities at the Trust’s site at Hassall Green, working directly with the Green Angels Project Manager and other colleagues to ensure that the project is fully integrated in the Trust’s operations.
Location: East Riding of Yorkshire
Salary: Starting at £34,643 to £37,530 per annum
Hours: Full Time
We are looking for a proven leader with excellent interpersonal and communication skills to lead and develop the reserve's management team to effectively deliver RSPB objectives.
Countryside and Conservation Team Manager, Newport City Council
Northumberland Wildlife Trust
Full Time - 12 month fixed term contract Apr 2019 - Mar 2020
Based at Hauxley Nature Reserve, just south of Amble in Northumberland
The Project Assistant will lead on public engagement on the development of the project, through both informal on site liaison and structured events and activities. The successful candidate will be joining a team of committed, hardworking and enthusiastic colleagues.
We are offering trainee placements on the Carbon Landscape project for local people who wish to have a career in environmental conservation. Each placement will have the opportunity to have hands on experience learning conservation management and general project management skills whilst earning minimum wage.
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust, along with 12 other organisations have come together to create the Carbon Landscape Partnership Scheme.
Starting salary: £27,000 plus vehicle
The role will be home-based but require liaison with relevant head office teams, BASC country and regional offices and there will also be significant contact with external bodies.
Taste of Game promotes local and natural produce that has been harvested or hunted, encouraging the sustainable use of natural food. We inspire the consumer to eat game through great recipes, special offers and delicious game products. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to support the development and delivery of the Taste of Game programme.
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