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CJS Online: Wildlife Work and Animal Care

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Wildlife Work and Animal Care vacancies: wildlife projects dealing with one specific species, working with animals such as wildlife hospital workers. also animal handling e.g. zoos and aviculture.

 

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Ranger - National Trust

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37.5 hours per week

Fixed term until 20 May 2022

North Pembrokeshire, Wales

We are looking for an individual with strong practical skills to complement our existing team of three Area Rangers and one ranger. You will play a key role in plans to deliver nature-rich, productive landscapes which are good for both wildlife and farming. You will work closely with the Area Rangers and will be a go-to person for practical tasks, which you’ll deliver as part of the agreed work programme. You will also assist the livestock ranger in the day to day animal husbandry of our own cattle and ponies which are used for conservation grazing throughout North Pembrokeshire.

Assistant Project Manager (Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels) - Scottish Wildlife Trust

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Edinburgh
Full time
Fixed Term until 30 June 2022
£29,000 per annum
We’re currently looking for an experienced and inspirational conservation professional to help deliver the Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels - Developing Community Action project. This initiative is designed to stop the decline of Scotland’s core red squirrel populations of the Highlands, Grampian, Northern Tayside and Stirling and maintain healthy populations of the species across key landscapes in southern Scotland. In this role, you’ll support and mentor a team of 5 Conservation Officers and their staff to maintain and develop landscape-scale red squirrel protection networks of communities, individuals and landowners working together to manage grey squirrel populations to evolving regional strategies.