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Restoration Coordinator - Canal & River Trust
Up to £28,000 + generous contributory pension + great holiday allowance
12-month fixed-term contract covering maternity leave, starting as soon as possible
Based Birmingham – but other locations will be considered.
At the Canal & River Trust, we believe life’s better by water, and that the waterways we take care of have an important contribution to make to the health and well-being of local communities and economies. Join us, in this wide-ranging role, and you will play a key part in helping us achieve our ambition of becoming a recognised leader in the restoration field.
Head of Conservation - Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
Salary: £40,655 - £42,944 per annum
Hours: Full time Permanent - 37.5hrs per week
Based: Devizes SN10 1NJ
This is an exciting opportunity to join of one of the UK’s leading environmental charities. Your appointment as Head of Conservation will be an opportunity to let your vision and leadership shine, as you take responsibility for the development and delivery of the Trust’s conservation objectives. In addition, as a member of the Senior Leadership Team you will share collective responsibility for the day to day management of the Trust as a whole.
Development Manager - 9Trees CIC
5 hours / week for 3-6 months, pro-bono
9Trees is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company, set up by a group of people determined to make a positive impact on the environment. We help people plant nine trees a year to offset their carbon footprint. We bring together landowners and contractors to plant trees. We photograph and geolocate each tree and ensure their longevity through pre- and post-management. With years of experience in nature conservation, promoting native wildlife and sustainable woodland sites across the UK is at the core of our mission.
Senior Conservation Scientist - RSPB
Salary: £29,507 to £31,966 per annum. Applicants should expect under normal circumstances to receive an offer at the bottom of the advertised range.
Hours: Full Time
We are seeking an experienced conservation scientist to develop a portfolio of applied research in support of the conservation objectives of the RSPB in the UK. We are looking for a post-doctoral scientist with a clear track record of designing and delivering ecological research, and of publishing in the peer-reviewed scientific literature.
Visitor Centre and Education Officer - Colchester Borough Council
Location: High Woods Country Park
Salary range: £20,444 to £24,046
Contract: 8-month maternity cover, full time, or part time job share
Working Hours: 37hrs per week or 18.5hrs per week
We are seeking a suitably experienced individual who can lead visitor centre services at Colchester Borough Council’s award-winning High Woods Country Park and develop and run the education and event programme. You will, work on average a 37-hour week, including alternate weekends. Alternatively, we are seeking two suitably experienced individuals to job share the above role. I.e. we are seeking a part time Visitor Centre Officer and a part time Education and Events Officer, 18.5 hrs per week, including working one weekend a month.
Principal Conservation Scientist - RSPB
Location: Sandy, Bedfordshire
Salary starting at: £34,643 to £37,529 per annum. Applicants should expect under normal circumstances to receive an offer at the bottom of the advertised range.
Hours: Full time
We are looking for an experienced post-doctoral scientist with a track record of designing and delivering research projects, of developing collaborations and of winning external funding.
Head of Land Management - Kent Wildlife Trust
Full time role
Salary Range: Up to £43,000
Based Tyland Barn, Maidstone, Kent
Kent Wildlife Trust is seeking a Head of Land Management to take proactive, strategic, management responsibility for the management of its estates team, its Nature Reserves and the land that it manages for third parties.
This is an extremely exciting opportunity for someone with a proven commitment to conservation to make a real difference to the conservation of our wildlife heritage in Kent.
Conservation Assistant - Northumberland Wildlife Trust
The salary starts at £16,305 per annum.
The role is for 35 hours per week and the contract is for a 24 month period at the outset with opportunities for continuation.
We are looking to appoint a confident, innovative and enthusiastic person to join our team, as a Conservation Assistant.
The main functions of this role are to: help deliver the conservation function of the Trust including responding to planning applications, helping with the Local Wildlife Sites work and responding to the public with conservation queries.