Details of apprenticeships and internships available within the countryside, conservation, ecology, environmental education, wildlife and animal management sectors.
What's the difference between an apprenticeship and a volunteer placement? CJS classifies a voluntary placement as one which is totally unpaid or has only out of pocket expenses. Whereas an apprenticeship has some remuneration in addition to a significant level of training leading to a recognised qualification. Occasionally there are a few unpaid internships.
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Voluntary Opportunities Unpaid or expenses only posts, available on full, part time and odd day basis
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6 - month job, working 25 hours per week.
We are pleased to present this opportunity for a young person eligible for the Kickstart programme, as part of our new Rewilding programme.
The main duties are: Maintain and mow / strim paths; Maintain accessibility; Maintenance of low ropes course, gates, steps, outdoor education spaces etc; Monitor wildlife signs and levels in the river; Soil testing; Removal of invasive species such as Himalayan balsam; Installation of nest boxes and other habitat features.
Contract – Fixed Term for 18 months
Hours – 35.00 per week
Salary - £13,173.16 per annum minimum wage plus accommodation offset
We are pleased to continue the very successful trainee scheme funded by The Vera Dalley Lederman Scholarship and Environmental Training Programme. The Trust is working in partnership with the Leysdown Conservation Trust to provide an opportunity for 2 individuals to gain a vast array of valuable experience and skills in the conservation/environmental field.
Contract: Fixed Term for 12 months
Hours: 35.00 per week
Salary: £8.91 per hour
Sussex Wildlife Trust is pleased to be able to offer a 12-month traineeship funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. This is the first of three trainee posts available during the Discover Rye Harbour three year project, The trainee will gain a vast array of valuable experience and skills in both the conservation and environmental education field, at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve and Discovery Centre.
Salary: £17,842 per annum (pro rata)
Appointment: Part Time
Job Term: Fixed
Fixed Term 26 weeks contract
This trainee position provides an excellent opportunity to develop your skills and experience working as part of the Ranger Team at Stover Country Park and Local Nature Reserve. You will assist with the practical habitat management and routine maintenance of the Country Park.
Salary: £18,933 - 19,698
Fixed term position to 29th October 2022
Based in Clitheroe
Are you a recent graduate looking for good, paid work experience? Keen to work outdoors and interested in supporting volunteers and communities through practical environmental activity? Are you interested in interpreting heritage and landscape for visitors, both on-site and using digital tools?
If you can say 'yes' to all of the above, then we'd like to hear from you.