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JOB: Residential on Reserve (Visitor Experience at RSPB Loch Lomond)
BE4: 17-03-2023
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LOC: RSPB Loch Lomond
PAY: Accommodation on-site, Training Opportunities

Focused on visitor experience aspects of reserve work: Staffing the ‘nature hub’, welcoming and inspiring visitors. Flex your creativity and take a lead on our social media. Help plan, organise and deliver events e.g., wild food foraging, osprey watch, bat nights and butterfly walks. Inspire families about our work by leading pond dipping and mini-beast hunts throughout the summer. Learn about habitat management and monitor some of the fantastic wildlife here including ospreys, beavers and white-tailed eagles. You will live on the reserve in a stunning location, part of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, working as an integral part of the reserve team. Previous volunteers have gone on to gain employment in the conservation sector, something that we pride ourselves on. This is a full-time volunteer position (4 day a week considered). Time: 4 weeks - 6 months. For full info and to apply: Residential on Reserve (More than 4 weeks) (Visitor Experience at RSPB Loch Lomond) | RSPB Volunteering

Social Media Officer - A Focus on Nature

Do you have content ideas? Do you want to go into communications as a career? This could be just the thing for you, we're looking for someone with an interest in social media to come and join our team!

You don't need to have been in this sort of role before, just a love for nature and an ambition to connect with others will do!

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