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JOB: Trustees & Company Secretary
BE4: 17-08-2020
LOC: Hereford / home
PAY: Expenses
FOR: Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

We are recruiting for new Trustees and a Company Secretary with the energy, enthusiasm and commitment to help us achieve our objectives. For more information and contact details please visit:

JOB: Trainee Countryside Ranger
BE4: 21-08-2020
IV: --
LOC: Berry Head NNR, South Devon
PAY: Accommodation & training budget
FOR: Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust

This is a fantastic 9 month training opportunity based at Berry Head National Nature Reserve, located on a stunning headland along the South Devon coast. The placement gives the opportunity to work on a wide variety of sites and habitats which surround the iconic lighthouse and Napoleonic Fort. These include SSSI calcareous grassland sites, woodlands and the stunning South West Coast Path. The main focus will be on delivering the practical countryside management programme; some of the key work areas include habitat management in winter and monitoring species, coast path cutting and footpath maintenance in the summer. Free basic accommodation is provided on site and there is a budget for rel training. Download a job description and application form at or call 01803 520022 for more information.

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