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All our graduating students who should be celebrating the end of three (or more) years hard work to gain their diplomas and degrees are having to do so in isolation with virtual graduation ceremonies if any at all. They are leaving the world of academia behind and heading off to start their careers looking at a more uncertain future than any of us can imagine. It's a hard enough time setting out looking for your first 'real' job in a profession that you hope is going to sustain you, body and soul, for the rest of your working life and we all know how difficult it is in the countryside and conservation sectors at any time. To help our next generation of rangers, ecologists, wildlife warriors, landscape managers and environmental educators CJS wants to give each of the class of 2020 a graduation present of a full year's subscription to CJS Weekly. More information and sign up here
Reserves Manager (North) - Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust
£27,735 per annum
This is a permanent, full time role
The post is based at the Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre, North Road, Retford, Nottinghamshire, DN22 8RQ. There will be also be regular travel to various locations throughout the county.
We are looking for a passionate and committed professional to manage our Reserves in the North of the county. This is a key role within the Trust with responsibility of habitat management, safeguarding of species, reserve engagement experiences and management of the Trusts flagship Idle Valley Nature Reserve.
Senior Site Manager - RSPB
Location: West Yorkshire
Salary: £34,643 to £38,632 Per Annum
Hours: Full time / Contract: Permanent
We have an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to lead all aspects of our Aire Valley reserves operation. Centred around our two highly popular reserves - Fairburn Ings and St Aidan's - the Aire Valley is an amazing restoration success story. Its landscape has been changed from one of intensive coal production to a series of nationally important wetlands supporting breeding bittern, spoonbill, black-necked grebe, bearded tit, lapwing, redshank and willow tit amongst a wide range of breeding, wintering and migratory wildlife, including an enviable rarity track record.
Director of Communities & Wildlife - Sussex Wildlife Trust
Location: Initially home based due to Covid-19 restrictions then at Woods Mill / flexible working
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: 35 Hours per Week Monday to Friday some evening and weekends
Sussex Wildlife Trust is seeking an outstanding and dynamic Director of Communities and Wildlife to enable communities across Sussex to take effective action for wildlife.