New section: Volunteering from home. Ways you can volunteer during the coronavirus outbreak.
This week's additions are below
JOB: Volunteer Assistant Reserves Officer (Woodlands) x 2
PAY: Travel expenses and training budget
FOR: Gwent Wildlife Trust
6 month placement, 3 days a week. Nov-May, Tues-Thurs. These roles are to assist with the woodland work of Gwent Wildlife Trust across various SSSI and SAC woodlands as well as other nature reserves this winter. Travel expenses provided and a training budget of £2000 per trainee to be used for certificated training in chainsaw, first aid, ATV, brushcutter and possibly other certificated training. Program will include hedgelaying, coppicing, felling possibly dry stone walling and charcoal making among other skills. Survey work and training provided in veteran tree id and recording; woodland invertebrate survey; spring woodland survey. Good opportunity for a recent graduate or someone looking to get into land management/nature conservation management to gain experience, skills and certificated training. Full driving licence preferable. To apply please send CV and covering letter to Doug Lloyd firstname.lastname@example.org
07825 273854 for further details.
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