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Contract Type: Permanent
Cormac is proud of the services it provides to Cornwall Council, in preserving and maintaining Countryside sites, multi-use trails, coastal footpaths and public rights of way. To help further improve our standards we are seeking to recruit a skilled person, to join a busy team in Scorrier. This role is for an Operative, working in a team on projects to improve, repair, renovate and construct infrastructure such as wooden bridges, fencing, stiles, boardwalks and footpaths across the Countryside & Environment Service assets.
The starting salary for this position is £27,991 per annum based on a 36 hour working week.
The Environment, Transport and Infrastructure (ETI) directorate is responsible for a wide range of services including: highways, transport, planning, countryside and waste management. These services are critical for people living, working and travelling through Surrey, delivered by the county council or in partnership. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full time Countryside Access Assistant to support the Countryside Access Officer. Working as part of a team you will be implementing the County Council's statutory and priority countryside access duties, powers and responsibilities; including maintenance and inspections.
£22,183 - £25,481 per annum
Full Time / Fixed term contract until 31 March 2022.
Interested in public rights of way? Already a team of 25, we’re looking for a Temporary Area Warden until the end of March 2022, with a possibility of further extension, to help keep the extensive public rights of way network open and easy to use. This role has arisen due to the increase in reported issues following increased use of the path network. As a Temporary Rights of Way Area Warden you would be the focal point for all rights of way and open access enquiries/ issues for a specific part of Somerset.
£22,183 - £25,481 per annum
Full Time / Permanent
Interested in public rights of way? Already a team of 25, we’re looking for a new Area Warden to help keep the extensive public rights of way network open and easy to use. You would be the focal point for all rights of way and open access enquiries/ issues for the central area of Somerset, investigating and dealing with issues to a conclusion, identifying appropriate options for addressing breaches of relevant legislation and arranging for necessary works to be undertaken.
Wildscapes Countryside Contractors are looking for hand cutting site operatives to help with scrub clearance contracts throughout the scrub cutting season (chainsaw operatives and draggers). We rely on hand cutting to make minimal site disturbance and need hard working, reliable individuals who would like to work on some of the best heathlands based around the Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire area.
Seasonal Aigas Rangers (up to 4 posts available) - Remuneration £20,000+ pa (pro rata)
The Aigas Ranger Training Scheme starts at the beginning of February 2022 and takes seven/eight weeks. After training you will commence a six week shadowing period, followed by a term work experience contract until the beginning of November. During that time you will take groups of adults around the Highlands providing a very high level of environmental, cultural, historical and archaeological interpretation. You will also work regularly with our environmental education team, providing outdoor education to school children of all ages. You will provide excellent customer care and work with the Aigas team in a unique and exciting environment. You will be involved in animal husbandry (of our wildcats for example) and a range of other nature conservation projects on the estate.