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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Grade 5: £26,999 - £31,371
Full time: 37 hours per week
Fixed term contact for two years
This is an exciting opportunity to help shape and influence the new emerging Environment Land Management System (ELMS) being established to help deliver the Government 25 year Environment Plan. Test and Trials will be the primary mechanism by which the ELMS programme will engage with farmers, land managers and other stakeholders to inform the co-design of this system that will be critical to the future health of our environment.
£66,192 - £73,547 + benefits
Inspire the future of our green spaces
This is a career-defining chance to take responsibility for 432 parks and green spaces, 2,217 hectares, 54,000 trees and 9 cemeteries and crematoria across the Bristol region. We face a fascinating challenge with projects such as the £multi-million regeneration of Ashton Court and Blaise Castle falling into our remit. Furthermore, having recently been awarded a £1million heritage fund donation, we are determined to drive forward a vital and varied portfolio of projects that will deliver maximum benefits for our local communities.
Salary: £33,465 plus 5% pension
Full-time (37.5 hours per week), permanent appointment, based at DWT’s Cookworthy office near Holsworthy in North Devon.
Are you passionate about wetland conservation and river catchment restoration?
The Working Wetlands project is one of the largest natural catchment management schemes in the South West to improve water quality and build the resilience and sustainability of 6 major catchments across Devon as part of South West Water’s Upstream Thinking programme.
£25,463 to £29,707
Full time – Part Time hours considered
The RSPB are expanding our Corporate Partnerships team as we build on recent successes and increased public awareness of our efforts to collaborate with businesses, enabling collective action in support of nature's recovery. The Partnership Development Manager will work with the wider team to develop support and funding from business and brands by delivering the RSPB's partnership offer to reach challenging but achievable targets.
Salary: £19,602 - £21,236 pa
Hours: Full time
Do you enjoy enthusing people about nature? Do you enjoy working in a varied role? Would you like to work on a stunning nature reserve full of fantastic wildlife? Then we have a very exciting opportunity for you to join our team here at Newport Wetlands. You will lead on membership recruitment, education and visitor experience and work within the team at Newport to deliver a quality experience for visitors.
Location: Southerham, Lewes with Travel across Sussex required
Actual Salary: £30,525 per annum
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: 35 hours Days. Monday – Friday – with occasional evening and weekend work
This is an exciting and rare opportunity to join a small and dedicated team managing some of the best nature reserves in Sussex. You will play a central role in managing special places such as Iping and Steadham Common near Midhurst, helping to ensure the sites are managed to high standards for both people and wildlife. The role will involve writing, updating implementing site management plans, delivering a wide range of practical conservation and habitat management projects involving contractors, volunteers and partners.
Kings Meads Nature Reserve, Ware, Hertfordshire
£14,960 - £17,003 (SCP 24-28) plus 7% pension (if eligible) (£24,933- £28,339 FTE)
22.5 hours per week (flexible work pattern considered)
3 year fixed-term contract
As part of the Reserves Team, the People and Wildlife Officer will raise awareness and begin to restore King’s Meads nature reserve, Ware, as a valuable wetland environment with a unique industrial heritage. They will manage a Heritage Lottery funded project focused on habitat restoration and local community engagement. They will design and implement a plan of walks, talks and volunteering events for the site, produce a new ten year management plan and lead on tracking and reporting progress to the project steering group.
Salary: £19,500 - £21,000 pa (according to level of experience)
Contract type: Fixed term / Working hours: Full time
Location: Sizewell Belts Nature Reserve, Lovers Lane off B1069 near Leiston, Saxmundham, Suffolk, IP16 4UP
Suffolk Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation organisation in Suffolk, committed to achieving the best outcomes for biodiversity on its reserves. We have an exciting new opportunity to join our Suffolk Coast team.
Location: Office based in Carshalton (SM5) with travel across the South East
Salary: £30,000 – £35,000 (dependent on experience). A higher salary would be considered for an exceptional candidate.
Contract period: Full time, permanent (40 hours per week)
We are a member of the national Rivers Trust and is part of the rivers trust movement, which is described as having ‘wet feet’ because it focuses on practical improvement works on the ground. Our core values are central to all we strive to achieve, including bringing positive energy, expertise and specialist knowledge to develop good relationships and deliver to a high standard to make a real difference to rivers and their catchment areas.
Location: Cardiff or Bangor
Salary starting at: £29,507 to £34,425 per annum
Hours: Full time
The Senior Conservation Planner will lead our engagement with development planning, environmental management frameworks and casework in Wales, seeking to ensure they are fit for the purpose of tackling the twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change.
Salary: £23,000 per annum
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT) is looking for a Conservation Officer (35 hours per week). Your primary role will be to deliver the West Country Buzz project in North Devon. You will carry out advisory visits to farmers and other land managers to support bumblebees and other pollinators. You will collaborate with stakeholders to create, restore and maintain joined up habitat across the project area. Via walks, talks and workshops, you will raise awareness of bumblebee declines, their identification and monitoring, and how to manage land sensitively for them.
Salary: £20,000 - £22,000 p.a. pro rata
Hours: Full time - 35 hrs per week
Term: Fixed term until 31st July 2020
Pension: 5% employer contribution to a group auto-enrolment pension scheme
Location: North of England, Midlands, or North Wales border. Home working may be considered.
The John Muir Award, the main engagement initiative of the John Muir Trust, is a leading environmental award scheme focused on wild places. We are recruiting a John Muir Officer as part of an existing staff team to support and develop the John Muir Award throughout England.
Salary: £19,500 - £23,000 per annum
Full time, permanent
RECORD is the local environmental record centre serving Cheshire, Halton, Warrington and Wirral and is an independent registered charity.
We are currently seeking a motivated individual to deliver our core data services. Within a small, dedicated team, you will provide front line support to clients, volunteers and our natural history recording community.
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