JOB: Residential Volunteer Rangers at Durlston Country Park
BE4: N / A
LOC: Swanage, Dorset
PAY: Training, on site accommodation
FOR: Dorset Council
We are looking for two residential volunteer rangers at Durlston National Nature Reserve. Conservation role to include assistance to volunteer groups and practical tasks enhancing heritage, accessibility and habitats. Including dry stone walling, path maintenance, tool maintenance, stone conservation, wildlife surveys and more. Community role involves public engagement, events, surveys, interpretation, and assisting at our community work-base with woodworking, gardening, crafts, and DIY projects. Including working with children, adults with disabilities, people with dementia and more. Ideal for candidates looking to gain experience and skills to develop a career in conservation. Must be enthusiastic, motivated and passionate about conservation; Strong communication skills, verbal and written. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. 5 days per week. Flexible start and end dates across three placements: 22/4/20-16/5/20 (3 weeks); 22/5/20-7/6/20 (2 weeks); 27/7/20-7/9/20 (6 weeks). For more information, contact Doug Hart 01929 424443 or email email@example.com.
JOB: UK Bat Care Network Volunteers
BE4: N / A
LOC: S Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Cornwall, the Southern Uplands & Wales
FOR: Bat Conservation Trust
Calling all bat lovers in South Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Cornwall, the Southern Uplands and Wales! The Bat Conservation Trust’s UK Bat Care Network has a critical shortage of volunteers to refer callers who find grounded and injured bats to in your areas. Volunteers on our Network save at least 1,500 bats a year and help turn over 60% of negative bat finders into fellow bat lovers. Volunteers from elsewhere in the UK are welcome too! To find out how to get involved in bat care and the benefits of joining the Network, please visit https://c-js.co.uk/2RsTqnA.
BE4: N / A
FOR: Wild Futures The Monkey Sanctuary
We have a variety of short term placements throughout the year, some are funded and some which are not if you do not meet the ESC criteria or you want to stay longer. Non-funded placements require the volunteer to pay a £40 per week donation to cover food and accommodation costs. Our short term placements are for 2 weeks, 4 weeks and 8 weeks throughout the year. Long term placements run for 12 months and start every October, please see our website for more information. All volunteers must be 18 years old with at least a level B CEFR levels (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) in English. No experience is needed, however volunteers must be physically fit and able due to the working nature and the working environment. An enthusiasm for hard work is important as up to 60% of the work will involve cleaning, be it the monkey rooms or the public areas. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
JOB: Guided Walks Volunteer at RSPB West Sedgemoor
LOC: RSPB West Sedgemoor, Near Curry Rival, Langport, TA10 0PH
PAY: Full training will be given
2 days a month minimum November - February. Early and mid-morning. We are looking for friendly, welcoming and enthusiastic volunteers who are passionate about sharing wildlife experiences with visitors out on the reserve during guided walks to parts of the reserve, not usually open to the public! You will be a member of the guided walks team, telling visitors the story of RSPB West Sedgemoor and showing walk participants the wildlife spectacle the reserve has to offer, primarily during the winter season from November to February. You will be leading or backing up early and mid-morning guided walks during our Winter Walks programme. For more information: https://c-js.co.uk/2GI9hbH.
JOB: Primate Care - 6 positions
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 email@example.com for more details.