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JOB: Trustee
BE4: 30-06-2020
IV: --
LOC: Harleston area
PAY: Training and expenses
FOR: River Waveney Trust

The River Waveney Trust, established in 2013, is a registered charity & covers the Waveney catchment. Our key objectives are to conserve, protect, rehabilitate & improve the rivers, streams, watercourses & water impoundments of the catchments comprising the River Waveney & all associated tributaries incl adjacent estuarine & coastal areas. The Trust is at an exciting time of development, seeking new trustees to help guide the future vision & strategic development of the charity. We are seeking 4 additional voluntary Trustees to join the current 5 Trustee Board members. We are looking for passionate, dedicated & committed individuals in the following areas of expertise: conservation & science; communications & revenue generation; farming in the Waveney catchment; charity governance. 3+ years commitment required. Contact Keith Lead on 01379 388031 or email CV to keithjpb@gmail.com. Further information at https://www.riverwaveneytrust.org under the “News” tab.

JOB: Primate Care - 6 positions
BE4: 12-07-2020
IV: --
LOC: Looe, Cornwall
PAY: Accommodation / expenses
FOR: Wild Futures

This is a one-year long post, which is unpaid but for which you will be provided with accommodation and food. In addition your travel will be reimbursed and you will receive a small amount of pocket money each month. It is an exciting opportunity to develop a wide range of skills, working alongside an experienced team, with the chance to earn a recommendation from a highly respected primate sanctuary. You should be aware of and have a commitment to the aims of Wild Futures. You will work primarily with a small group of monkeys. This may be Barbary macaques, marmosets or woolly monkeys, depending on the needs of the groups at the time. You will be expected to learn to distinguish individual monkey and become familiar with their backgrounds. Over the course of the year, you will (under the supervision of experienced staff) become one of the monkeys' primary caregivers. Please contact volunteer@wildfutures.org for more details.

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