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Based in Horncastle, Lincolnshire
Circa £40,000 pa
Are you an excellent manager with the passion to change hearts and minds?
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust has created a new role to lead its vital work inspiring people, organisations and communities to value and safeguard wildlife. With a large team of staff and volunteers along with a substantial budget, you will manage our education delivery, popular visitor centre, range of communications and be a member of our senior team.
Durham County Council
Contract Type: Temporary
Working Pattern: Full time
Salary: Grade 4 £18,795 - £19,945 p.a.
Hours per week: 37
An opportunity has arisen for an Assistant Ranger (maternity cover – temporary until 31/07/2020 or until the return of the substantive post holder) based at Hardwick Park, within the Parks and Countryside Team.
You will be required to undertake all aspects of park and countryside management. This includes site inspections, routine practical maintenance, managing volunteers and working alongside the Programming Team to deliver education sessions and events, to ensure a positive profile of Durham County Council’s Parks and Countryside Estate. Other main duties include responsibility for the cleaning, security and general maintenance within the visitor centre and associated facilities.
Permanent p/t (15 hrs pw)
Stunning Brownsea Island is located in Poole Harbour. The island is a haven for wildlife, with an array of habitats including woodland, heathland and a lagoon. The thriving outdoor centre hosts a variety of sports and activities. Travelling to work by water is one of the perks of the job at Brownsea Island and a free boat is available for staff. If you are enthusiastic, customer-focused and love the great outdoors, the team would love to hear from you.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan are looking to recruit a Head of Estate to be responsible for the day to day management of the farm, woodlands and grassland that constitute 160 acres of the 200 acres managed by the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
This role will include the welfare and management of our rare breed livestock, the continued restoration and maintenance of areas of historic parkland and woodland, the conservation and enhancement of our native flora and fauna, while sustaining and improving our visitors’ appreciation and understanding of all elements of Heligan Estate.
Location: Flexible Location - Bedfordshire
Salary starting at: £19,602 to £21,236
Hours: Full time
Contract: 12 months
An opportunity has arisen for a Project Officer to support the Reserves Strategic Development Programme, an exciting programme work to increase the income generated from visitor operations on our reserves.
Fixed Term f/t (37.5 hrs pw to 29/02/20)
Based at Barton, near Winscombe in North Somerset, you will be responsible for the planning and delivery of site maintenance and habitat management; developing our team of staff and volunteers; and collaborating with others in visitor engagement, catering and retail to help deliver our Property Business Plan. We are ecologically minded and people focussed and we are delivering on the National Trust’s Land Outdoors & Nature strategy.
Salary starting at: £17,276 to £18,716 per annum, pro rata
Hours: Part time, 22.5 hours per week
RSPB are seeking a Visitor Experience Officer to join our small team running the wonderful Lakenheath Fen nature reserve in Suffolk.
The successful applicant will be maintaining and enhancing the visitor offer at the reserve, working from the modern visitor centre on the reserve.
Salary starting at: £34,643 - £40,417 per annum
Hours: Full time
You'll be managing our suite of sites between Aldeburgh and Walberswick within the Suffolk Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including the iconic Minsmere reserve, a site bursting with biodiversity that supports the greatest range of species of any RSPB reserve. Y
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