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Community and Volunteers vacancies: projects looking at community involvement and countryside volunteer management.


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JOB: Volunteer Reserve Managers
BE4: N / A
IV: --
LOC: Bewdley, Worcestershire
PAY: Training*
FOR: Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

We are looking for Volunteer Reserve Managers to help us look after two very special sites near Bewdley: The Helen Mackaness Reserve and Pound Green Common. Our Volunteer Reserve Managers play a vital and engaging role in the management of our sites, from leading practical conservation volunteer work parties in undertaking practical work such as bramble and scrub management, to carrying out maintenance and wildlife surveys onsite. One day a month. This is a great opportunity to gain a deep insight into how we manage these special places for wildlife, working closely with our experienced Reserves Team.  We will give you training in leadership, first aid and tool use as required.  Get fit and get closer to nature. This is a great way to put your skills to good use, helping to make Worcestershire a better place for wildlife and assisting others to do the same!  Interested? Great – get in touch to find out more volunteer@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org

JOB: Volunteer Leader: Youth Group
BE4: N / A
IV: --
LOC: Worcester
PAY: Training*
FOR: Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

We are looking for Volunteer Leaders to work alongside our Youth Engagement Officer to help supervise our up & coming youth group ‘Outdoor Origins’. You will be helping us to provide exciting skill-building opportunities for young people between the ages of 14-19. You will be responsible for helping to supervise, guide & encourage groups of young people whilst they undertake a variety of practical & non-practical tasks. Sessions are designed to try & give the young people the best & most varied experience possible so can involve anything from undertaking practical tasks on our nature reserves to skill building sessions incl wildlife ID & green woodworking. *Training in leadership, first aid & tool use as required. You don’t need much experience - just an infectious enthusiasm for our natural world & a willingness to get stuck in.  Time commitment to suit you - monthly / weekly. Interested or want to know more? Get in touch volunteer@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org.

JOB: Sustrans Schools Cycling Volunteers – I Bike Scotland
BE4: Ongoing
IV:
LOC: Various across Scotland
PAY: Training*
FOR: Sustrans Scotland

Are you passionate about cycling and walking and would like to help inspire young people to be more active? We're currently looking for enthusiastic people to volunteer with our fantastic I Bike schools projects in Aberdeen; Aberdeenshire; Dumfries; Edinburgh; Inverness; Perth & West Lothian. You would be supporting activities for children aimed at encouraging more cycling, walking and scooting. What could be better than helping children to ride their bike without stabilisers for the first time! You don't need to be an expert cyclist - we're looking for people who are enthusiastic, committed, reliable, patient and good communicators. We offer an induction and training package for volunteers to develop your confidence in working alongside our I Bike officers in schools. We also provide regular support and opportunities to socialise with other I Bike volunteers, and you will be part of the wider Sustrans volunteering network. *All training provided, including Cycle Ride Leader, bike maintenance and NSPCC Child Protection. Time commitment: at least once a month. Please contact annie.cousins@sustrans.org.uk for more information or visit https://c-js.co.uk/36AOtOH.

JOB: Volunteer Officer
BE4: Ongoing
IV: --
LOC: TCV Hollybush Conservation Centre, Leeds
PAY: Training & travel
FOR: TCV

Joining TCV as a Volunteer Officer and assisting staff with the delivery of practical conservation work has a wide range of benefits to offer you. These include: developing useful and transferable practical conservation skills, using a multitude of manual and powered tools, formal courses in First Aid, leadership, safeguarding and risk assessment, developing your group leadership and project organisation skills, learning event organising and publicity skills with a national charity, improving your confidence, self-esteem and interpersonal skills, inclusion training to enhance your ability to support volunteers with diverse individual needs. Being supported in your role by experienced staff through an individual development plan and regular meetings. Work experience with flexible hours and responsibilities as desired and a personal budget for work clothing and travel expenses (incl. bus travel within Leeds reimbursed). 3-4 days per week. Contact ian.dowson@tcv.org.uk

JOB: Community Outreach Volunteer
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Sandwell Valley, Birmingham
PAY: 0
FOR: RSPB

Help us help our local community by spreading the word about RSPB Sandwell Valley, and leading fun activities! We are looking for volunteers to help us reach out to local people and share their love of nature. You will attend local venues (museums, children’s farms etc.) and community events, as part of a small team. You’ll be chatting to people, inspiring them about nature and RSPB Sandwell Valley. You’ll deliver fun nature-inspired crafts or activities such as making bee homes or leaf crowns, bird bingos and scavenger hunts. 1 day a month. Contact cathy.taylor@rspb.org.uk

JOB: Community Talks Volunteer
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Sandwell Valley, Birmingham
PAY: 0
FOR: RSPB

Help us help our local community, by spreading the word about RSPB Sandwell Valley, and giving engaging presentations. RSPB Sandwell Valley is an enchanting urban green space located in the middle of a vibrant and diverse community. You will deliver engaging and inspiring talks about RSPB Sandwell Valley to local community groups, inspiring them to come and visit. The talks will cover a range of topics relating to the nature reserve, such as nature and wellbeing, the history of the site, and the wildlife in Sandwell Valley. Commitment flexible / as needed. Contact cathy.taylor@rspb.org.uk

JOB: Community Forum Volunteer
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Sandwell Valley, Birmingham
PAY: 0
FOR: RSPB

The community forum is a group of volunteers who ensure we remain relevant to and engaged with our local community. You will attend a meeting every 2 months where we plan and discuss projects and activities that will encourage more people to visit the reserve. Contact cathy.taylor@rspb.org.uk

JOB: Conservation Volunteer
BE4: Ongoing
IV:
LOC: Plymouth & Surrounding Area
PAY: Training
FOR: Plymouth Environmental Action (PEA)

We carry out a variety of projects including: tree planting; beach cleans; species & habitat surveys; wildlife pond creation; hedgelaying; invasive plant species management (e.g. rhododendron, parrotfeather, Himalayan balsam etc.); coppicing (a traditional woodland management technique); dry stone walling, to name but a few! Events each weekend, but no requirement to commit to a certain number of days. You will gain valuable nature conservation skills in countryside management, such as how to create & restore important habitats for wildlife & people. You will also gain other key skills such as communication, team working & leadership. If you are really keen you may want to progress to become a Volunteer Project Officer (VPO) & get more involved ‘behind the scenes’ planning & leading practical projects & social events. You don’t need to have any skills, experience or abilities to join as a volunteer; all you need is a love of the outdoors & be a good team player. Find out more from Chris Bond, plymouthenvironmentalaction@hotmail.co.uk https://www.pea-volunteering.co.uk

JOB: Local Outreach Volunteer
BE4: Ongoing
IV:
LOC: Homebased and local area – England and Wales only
PAY: Training & some expenses
FOR: British Dragonfly Society

Do you love dragonflies? Would you love to share your passion for these iconic insects with others? As a Local Outreach Volunteer you will be an ambassador for our charity and for dragonflies and their conservation. Duties may include giving talks to local groups in your area about our work and the wonderful world of dragonflies, representing us at local events, taking leaflets to local venues, running dragonfly identification courses, or leading guided walks at local nature reserves/parks to see dragonflies. We can provide templates and content for talks, materials for event displays and all the support you will need to make the role your own. The role is very flexible and it is totally up to you which type of events you cover and how much time you can give. Please get in touch with Conservation Outreach Officer Fiona to find out more and to apply for the role: fiona.mckenna@british-dragonflies.org.uk

JOB: Nature Force Group Volunteer
BE4: Ongoing
IV:
LOC: Wakefield District
PAY: Training / DBS check
FOR: Open Country

We run every Tuesday throughout the year. The Nature Force Group is run by the disability charity Open Country's 'Wild about Wakefield' project. The Harrogate-based charity enable people with disabilities to access the countryside more, mainly through a series of outdoor activities. Every Tuesday we carry out fun conservation tasks with adults with learning disabilities across the district. We need your help assisting these disabled adults to do tasks such as tree planting, scrub clearing, wildflower planting and more! We are based at Thornes Park near the centre of Wakefield but go out for the full day with minibus provision. No experience is necessary, all training, tools and PPE are provided. Contact Ella, Project Officer, on 07426 716677 for an informal chat or email wakefield@opencountry.org.uk

JOB: Community Ambassador
BE4: Ongoing
IV:
LOC: Newcastle Upon Tyne, Gosforth NE33XT
PAY: Travel costs covered
FOR: Northumberland Wildlife Trust

An excellent opportunity to spread the word about Northumberland Wildlife Trust in your local community! If you are willing to speak up, comfortable talking to people about wildlife, raising the profile of the Trust and promoting our events and visitor centres, then this is the role for you. Talking to people in your community about us (residents’ association, local groups, your local magazine). Visiting places (doctors, dentists, shops, libraries) and leave magazines or leaflets, put up posters. Representing NWT at local events and gatherings (fetes, allotment shows, sports events). Organising local fundraisers (coffee mornings, challenges and sports events). Leading volunteer teams, e.g. putting leaflets through doors. Visiting local businesses, giving information about corporate membership. Organising visits to schools to do assemblies on climate change and wildlife. Raising our profile on social media by sharing stories. 0.5 / 1 day per week. Contact john.gibbon@northwt.org.uk for my more details or check our website www.nwt.org.uk

JOB: Living Seas Wales Volunteer
BE4: Open year round
IV:
LOC: South / West Wales area
PAY: Training / some expenses
FOR: The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

We’re looking for volunteers to become involved in the Living Seas Wales Project, an exciting new, Wales wide coastal project. Volunteer tasks can include marine and coastal surveys, attending our Living Seas Live roadshow (set locations), community engagement / education, collecting / archiving historical records and more! Some activities can be undertaken in your local area or from home. Volunteering is a great way to experience our amazing marine life, contribute towards marine conservation, gain new skills and have fun! We’re looking for wildlife enthusiasts, people with a passion for marine conservation, those interested in coastal heritage / history or individuals aiming towards a career in conservation. You don’t need a background in science to become involved!  For more information please contact volunteer@cbmwc.org or 01545560224. You can also visit https://goo.gl/QknrVd

JOB: Inspiring People Volunteer
BE4: 01.03.20
IV: --
LOC: Living Seas Centre, Flamborough
PAY: Training
FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Our marine wildlife is amazing and we want to tell everyone! Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is creating a county rich in wildlife and we need passionate, inspiring volunteers to share the wonders of nature with people across Yorkshire. From the Living Seas Centre the Trust runs regular events from education sessions with local schools to Living Seas Safari boat trips and Seashore Safaris for the public. We are looking for people who can inspire others and help us to delivery these events throughout the year, once a fortnight – once a month. All training will be provided and volunteers also have access to a free volunteer training programme, which runs throughout the year. For more details of the role and to apply please visit https://c-js.co.uk/2NdXndz.

JOB: Welcome Volunteer
BE4: 01-03-2020
IV: --
LOC: Living Seas Centre, Flamborough
PAY: Training
FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Our Living Seas Centre is a gateway to the wonderful marine wildlife found on Yorkshire's east coast. Here you will find a warm welcome, lots of passionate volunteers and staff to enthuse visitors about the marine environment and what they could see on their visit to the east coast. We'd like some new people to join the team and help make our visitors day special. If you enjoy talking to people and being in a busy and friendly environment, whilst making sure people have an inspiring visit in a well-run centre, we would like to hear from you. All training will be provided and volunteers also have access to a free volunteer training programme, which runs throughout the year. Time commitment: we’re flexible and any time you have to help during opening times is great, if it’s only a few hours to a whole day we’d like to hear from you. For more information on the role and for details of how to apply and the volunteer open day visit https://c-js.co.uk/307uZPi.

JOB: Living Seas Ambassador
BE4: 01-03-2020
IV: --
LOC: Various events in North and East Yorkshire
PAY: Training
FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Are you a people person that loves wildlife? Across North and East Yorkshire we are looking for support at events to inspire people about the marine environment and the work of the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. We’re looking for Living Seas Ambassadors who will help us to reach even more people. You’ll be teamed up with staff at events to talk to the people we meet there. You will be sharing your passion for wildlife with the people you meet by talking to them and telling our stories and also involving families in simple craft activities. All training will be provided and volunteers also have access to a free volunteer training programme, which runs throughout the year. Time commitment: weekly/once a fortnight /once a month- the role can be flexible to suit volunteer / events the team are attending. For more information on the role, our volunteer open day to apply please visit https://c-js.co.uk/2NamUE7.

JOB: Ranger Placement
BE4: 03-02-2020
IV: --
LOC: Rothbury or The Sill
PAY: Travel allowance
FOR: Northumberland National Park

Northumberland National Park is providing short term placements for individuals aged 16-25 with an interest in pursuing a career in the environmental/countryside sector. Successful applicants will be given training and development opportunities by working with current National Park staff. Placements will develop on the job skills through a range of practical tasks, working with groups of volunteers of all abilities, and engaging and dealing with the public. Working as part of the Ranger Team placements will become actively involved in the care and management of the National Park, including its sites, woodlands and nature reserves. The purpose of the placement is to help young people understand, value and contribute to conserving, enhancing and enjoying the National Park’s distinctive natural and cultural qualities. Commitment: 10 days over a 3 month period. Contact jane.riddell@nnpa.org.uk for further details https://c-js.co.uk/35HPGm0.

JOB: Volunteer Wildlife and Communities Officer North Chilterns Chalk.
BE4: 10-02-2020 5pm.
IV: --
LOC: Toddington, Bedfordshire
PAY: Training*
FOR: The Wildlife Trust BCN

This role will help with all aspects of community engagement work with South Bedfordshire communities (North Chilterns Chalk). The role offers valuable development of knowledge, skill and experience in a wide range of aspects of conservation education and wildlife engagement. The Voluntary Communities and Wildlife Officer will undertake a wide range of tasks including supporting the delivery of community events and activities, and outreach programmes to a range of audiences. One of the challenges the role will undertake with us will be to engage with dog walkers creatively on our reserves. Young people are at the core of our outreach work. The role will help us to increase attendance at Wildlife Youth Ranger Scheme that is aimed at teenagers. An important part of our work is communication with volunteers, target audiences and general members of the public. The role will help support our communications. *Internal training and a small budget for relevant external training. 2 days per week. Contact ruth.sneath@wildlifebcn.org.

JOB: Inspiring People Assistant
BE4: 01-03-2020
IV: --
LOC: Potteric Carr, Doncaster
PAY: Training*
FOR: Yorkshire Wildlfie Trust

Do you love putting a smile on people’s faces and spending time out in nature? We need passionate, inspiring volunteers to share the wonders of nature with people who come to our events at Potteric Carr nature reserve or one of our education group sessions. To help us reach even more people we are looking for people who can inspire others and help us to deliver events throughout the year as an Inspiring People Volunteer. *A training day will run on Wednesday 11 March, 10am until 12:30. This will include information about the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, Safeguarding, H&S and how things run generally in the team. Please make sure you are free to attend. Volunteers will also have access to the free volunteer training programme. Time commitment: once a fortnight – once a month. Volunteers will be emailed a diary with future event dates each month and then they can choose which dates to volunteer. For further information https://c-js.co.uk/30iiyR3.

JOB: Handa Beach Cleaning Volunteers
BE4: 03-02-2020
IV: --
LOC: Handa Island, Sutherland
PAY: Accommodation provided
FOR: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Calling litter pickers! Spend a week clearing Handa’s beaches. 2 volunteers required per week 11-18 April & 18-21 April. Live & work on a small, remote highland island and bring your enthusiasm & good humour! Must be happy living and working in a remote, close knit setting and must be prepared for poor weather! Please see https://c-js.co.uk/35JAVz3.

JOB: Wildlife Watch Group Leader
BE4: N / A
IV: --
LOC: FSC Slapton Ley, TQ7 2QP
PAY: 0
FOR: Field Studies Council

We are looking for an enthusiastic person to take over the leadership of our family wildlife watch group. We meet once a month in different places around the south hams (and sometimes further afield) and do activities such as pond dipping, woodland conservation, bird watching, studying owl pellets among many other things. (no meetings August and December). Tasks that the leader would be responsible for: planning and creating a programme of events for each month (with assistance from assistant leaders); taking bookings for the event, via emails (there is a dedicated email address); preparing for events - recce's, risk assessments, preparing resources (supported by assistant leaders); leading events (welcoming members, introducing the event, sometimes leading the events); co-ordinating the assistant leaders (they assist with the events, sometimes lead the event and deal with finance). If you would like to know more email volunteer.sl@field-studies-council.org.

JOB: Volunteer Community Ranger
BE4: 09-02-2020
IV: --
LOC: Bushy and/or Richmond Parks
PAY: Training & travel expenses*
FOR: The Royal Parks

The Royal Parks are on the lookout for enthusiastic and chatty nature-lovers to become Volunteer Rangers in the amazing Richmond and Bushy Parks. We are looking for people with bags of enthusiasm, that enjoy being outdoors and most importantly love talking to people. Through engagement with our visitors, volunteer rangers make a real contribution to protecting these precious habitats. Our first year was a real success and since the service began in April 2019 rangers have engaged with over 5,000 visitors sharing their local knowledge about everything from walking routes and deer birthing season, to skylarks and ancient trees. *Full induction and training, continued support from a dedicated Volunteer Officer, Travel Expenses up to £12.80 per day. If you are passionate about the parks and want to share your love of these amazing spaces with some of our 5.5 million annual visitors, and are available for a minimum of one 3-hour session per month apply via our website - https://www.royalparks.org.uk/rangers.

JOB: Countryside Ranger Immersive Volunteer
BE4: 27-01-2020
IV:
LOC: Saltram
PAY: Accommodation, training & expenses
FOR: National Trust

An amazing opportunity to enjoy the stunning Saltram Portfolio. Based just outside Plymouth you will have the opportunity to develop invaluable skills in countryside management and assist our Ranger team in habitat management, wildlife surveys, estate maintenance, community projects and events, becoming fully immersed in everything we do. You will be closely supported by the Ranger team, with practical skills training provided externally and in house. There will be opportunities to join National Trust staff across the Trust’s ownership in the south Devon. You will need a full clean driving licence and will have the opportunity to volunteer up to 4 days a week. *Free shared accommodation is provided, along with out of pocket expenses. There is a set budget for some additional, external training. To apply, email a covering letter and CV to douglas.munford@nationaltrust.org.uk Please email if you require a more detailed role profile.

JOB: Volunteer Reserves Trainee
BE4: 24-01-2020 8.30am
IV: 03-03-2020
LOC: Hertfordshire & Middlesex
PAY: Training
FOR: Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust

31/3/20 – 31/3/21, Tues, Wed & Thurs. An opportunity to gain experience and training in practical conservation work on over 40 different nature reserves to further a career in conservation and make a positive contribution to the conservation of Hertfordshire and Middlesex’s habitats and species. Training will include NPTC chainsaw units 201-3, Brushcutter, First Aid as well as in-house training in habitat management, ecological surveying and monitoring, tree safety surveying and management planning. Assist the Reserves Team with daily reserve work and work closely with volunteers. There will be opportunities to undertake other aspects of reserve management such as surveying species, livestock husbandry, guided walks and helping with events. You’ll be a committed conservationist educated to degree level or equivalent in a biological/environmental science and ideally have some experience of practical habitat management. A driving licence is required. DBS checked. If you would like to discuss the role, please call Josh Wells on 01727 858901 ext 229 or 07876 508 036. More information: https://c-js.co.uk/2QZVcwh.

JOB: Volunteer Ranger
BE4: 22-06-2020
IV:
LOC: North Cornwall
PAY: Accommodation & NPTC diploma*
FOR: National Trust

Vacancies available on the spectacular North Cornwall coast. Work in the Boscastle to Morwenstow area, undertaking a wide variety of practical management & estate maintenance. Includes coastal management, footpaths, fencing, walling, wildlife conservation tasks, interpretation, patrol tasks, environmental education, leading events & working with vol groups. Contribution to bills in shared house. *NPTC diploma in work based environmental conservation. Min 6 months commitment gaining ‘on the job’ experience. Full clean driving licence essential. Interest in & / or qual in rel environmental subject such as countryside management, conservation or environmental science would be useful. Would suit those of a very practical nature, who are physically fit & willing to work outdoors in all weathers. CV & short letter (no more than 2 side A4) explaining why you think you are suitable for the post to jennifer.herbert@nationaltrust.org.uk or Jenny Herbert, National Trust, Boscastle to Morwenstow property office, Stowe Barton, Kilkhampton, Bude EX23 9JW Chat: 01288 331372 or 07854935900.

JOB: Volunteer Ranger Assistants
BE4: 16-02-2020
IV:
LOC: Isle of Eigg
PAY: Accommodation
FOR: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Spend a month on Eigg working with the seasonal ranger on a variety of practical, surveying & visitor engagement tasks. We are looking for volunteers from May to August to live & work on the island. Great opportunity to boost your CV or to undertake worthwhile tasks in a “get away from it all” location. Must be able to commit to 4 weeks and be willing to live & work with fellow volunteers in shared accommodation. Must be committed to nature conservation. Tasks are mostly outdoors and can be physical. Please see our volunteer page https://c-js.co.uk/35RbLi4.

JOB: Cycle Ride Leader/Assistant
BE4: 31/3/20
IV:
LOC: Kirkcaldy
PAY: Training and reasonable expenses
FOR: Greener Kirkcaldy

Greener Kirkcaldy runs activities encouraging people to walk and cycle more. We are looking to create a network of volunteers to run and assist with cycle rides across Kirkcaldy. Rides will vary from 2-14 miles in length. Volunteers can run activities for their own communities, groups or organisations, or assist with our public rides. We're looking for a team of committed volunteers to lead (or assist with) bike rides, carry out basic bike safety checks, make people feel welcome, encourage less confident cyclists and promote cycling as a mode of transport. Volunteers can also plan routes and carry out risk assessments if they would like to. Volunteers will need a bike in good working order, basic cycling skills and the ability to cycle at least four miles. Good communication skills and reliability are also important. We ask a regular commitment of at least once a month. Contact susan@greenerkirkcaldy.org.uk or on 01592 858458 for more information.

JOB: Volunteer Park Ranger
BE4:
IV: --
LOC: St Nicks Environment Centre, York
PAY: Local travel expenses
FOR: St Nicks

This is the perfect opportunity for keen, enthusiastic individuals to gain vital experience needed to start a career in conservation. Assist with the rich and varied day-to-day tasks involved in managing a Local Nature Reserve and monitoring our incredible wildlife. With ‘on the job’ training, you will help our team look after our unique and diverse nature reserve through a variety of tasks such as seed sowing, scrub control, coppicing with standards, tree planting; leading and supporting volunteer groups; surveying and monitoring species and habitats; improving site access; engaging reserve users; and helping out at events. You will be supported in the role by our Volunteer Coordinator and Natural Habitats Manager who between them have 15 years’ experience managing and developing St Nicks LNR as well as a range of other wildlife habitats across York. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays for 6 months. More information: https://stnicks.org.uk/about-us/vacancies/ or contact Maria Gill, volunteer@stnicks.org.uk

JOB: Volunteer Countryside Ranger x 3
BE4: 03-02-2020
IV:
LOC: Glencoe, Scotland
PAY: Shared accommodation & on-the-job training
FOR: National Trust for Scotland

23 March 2020 to end of October. In these exciting opportunities, you will learn about practical countryside management as part of the Ranger team. Tasks may include footpath maintenance, tree nursery work, ecological surveys and visitor engagement (e.g. leading walks and visiting schools). Applicants available for the whole season will be favoured. Some relevant knowledge and experience are expected, but a passion for wildlife and a willingness to learn are essential. Volunteer Rangers must be able to work under their own initiative and have good communication skills. Strenuous hill walking and working outdoors in all weathers are part of the roles. You should be happy working and living in a remote place. A full clean driving licence is required. The positions are subject to a Disclosure Scotland (PVG) check. Please contact James Banks: jbanks@nts.org.uk or 01855 812018 for further details. https://www.nts.org.uk/volunteering/opportunities/.  

JOB: Visitor Engagement Volunteer
BE4: 31-05-2020
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LOC: RSPB Bempton Cliffs
PAY: Safeguarding & reserve training
FOR: RSPB

The natural world is amazing, & we love helping our visitors to connect to nature. Your help is needed to engage with visitors to ensure they have everything they need for an enjoyable, informative & inspiring experience. And just as important, to ensure their support & learning continues after their visit by promoting RSPB membership. As one of Europe’s most important seabird colonies & top UK wildlife spectacles; this is a great place to gain some new skills, meet new friends or just take time out of everyday life, at the same time as making a valuable contribution to saving nature. Contact Dave O’Hara, Senior Site Manager, dave.ohara@rspb.org.uk.