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Voluntary Opportunities: Countryside

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Countryside management voluntary vacancies: Ranger posts, including those in greenspace and urban parks and estate workers. You'll also find vacancies for countryside officers, rural policy makers. Covers all land management, nature reserve management and working in National Parks.

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

As a Ranger you will be a friendly face for our visitors and offer a site presence. Your job is to check that the site looks tip top by walking the site and ensuring it is free of rubbish by litter picking as you go. To make sure visitors have the best experience we need to check if paths need repairing, signs need cleaning or even benches which might have been damaged. By keeping a note of these jobs, the practical team can respond as quickly as possible to rectify the problem. You will have good communication skills and enjoy being outdoors. 1 half day per week, Fridays or Sundays. Contact: cathy.taylor@rspb.org.uk.

JOB: Mendip Volunteer Reserves Assistant
BE4: Open until filled
IV: --
LOC: Mendip Hills - Radstock
PAY: Training
FOR: Somerset Wildlife Trust

This role involves undertaking practical management such as coppicing, scrub clearing, fencing, tree felling, dry stone walling, tree planting & hedge-laying, as well as general maintenance work, across all nature reserves in the Mendip area. You'll also assist with the day-to-day operation and maintenance of reserves structures, machinery and tools. Assist with workshop tasks and machinery repair and maintenance, and you may work with volunteer groups as necessary. You should be willing to work outdoors in all weather conditions & you also need to have a reasonable level of physical fitness. You will need to bring a packed lunch & refreshments. Waterproofs & safety boots or wellies. You will need to provide your own transport to Priory Farm. Volunteers must be over 18 for this role. Contact: volunteering@somersetwildlife.org.

JOB: Nature Reserve Wardens
BE4: Ongoing
IV: --
LOC: Worcestershire
PAY: Get fit and get closer to nature
FOR: Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

Our volunteer Nature Reserve Wardens act as our eyes on the ground. They walk one of our chosen nature reserves regularly to help us foresee and locate problems. How involved you get is up to you – some people simply walk and report back to us, others carry out light maintenance and surveying too. We are particularly looking for volunteer wardens at Piddlebrook Meadows, near Pershore; Grimley Brick Pits, near Worcester and Pound Green Common, near Bewdley but many of our reserves would benefit from an extra pair of eyes / hands, so if you're interested to know more, get in touch volunteer@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org.   

JOB: Volunteer Estate Ranger
BE4: Ongoing
IV: --
LOC: Castle Ward, Strangford
PAY: In-house training and travel expenses if required
FOR: National Trust

As part of our Land, Outdoor and Nature vision you will have the opportunity to help the team carry out a diverse range of activities, making a real difference to Castle Ward and gaining skills and experience through the seasons: Volunteer to assist the Rangers in practical countryside management tasks such as path and boundary maintenance, invasive species control, habitat restoration, forestry work, biodiversity monitoring and general maintenance; Undertake wildlife monitoring across the property to help us quantify the success of our land management strategy; Assist, and potentially lead as you develop new skills, in the organisation, development and delivery of visitor experiences across the property; Welcoming visitors and maintaining good working relationships with tenants and neighbours. You will be guided and mentored by the Castle Ward Ranger Team. Opportunities to volunteer and train across the South Down Property Group. To apply contact Kim Mcmonagle castleward.volunteering@nationaltrust.org.uk.

JOB: Volunteer Mountain Ranger
BE4: Ongoing
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LOC: Murlough / Mournes
PAY: In-house training and travel expenses if required
FOR: National Trust

As a volunteer within our Land, Outdoor and Nature vision you will have the opportunity to help the team carry out a diverse range of activities, making a real difference to this part of the Mourne Mountains and gaining new skills and experience through the seasons: providing support for our existing mountain rangers in our exciting Mournes Path Improvement Project; volunteering with contractors and getting involved with the repair and where necessary, replacement of the c5km path on Slieve Donard; welcoming visitors and giving information regarding the project; helping engage with National Trust visitors to ensure they have an exceptional visitor experience & monitoring habitats and undertaking national flora surveys. Training will be provided to enable you to carry out your role safely and confidently. Opportunities for further personal development will be discussed during regular catch-ups. To apply contact Kim Mcmonagle castleward.volunteering@nationaltrust.org.uk.

JOB: Volunteer Reserve Ranger
BE4: Ongoing
IV: --
LOC: Murlough / Mournes
PAY: In-house training and travel expenses if required
FOR: National Trust

As part of our Land, Outdoor and Nature vision you will have the opportunity to help the team carry out a diverse range of activities, making a real difference to Murlough National Nature Reserve and gaining new skills and experience through the seasons: invasive scrub clearance; flora and fauna surveys; path maintenance; litter clearing; help find more environmentally sustainable ways of working across the property, so that the property achieves its environmental targets; be a friendly face for visitors to the property and answer any questions they may have; become familiar with and then follow the National Trust’s H&S Policy at all times; give any other appropriate assistance as may be reasonably requested. Training will be provided to enable you to carry out your role safely and confidently. Opportunities for further personal or skills development will be discussed during regular catch-ups. To apply contact Kim Mcmonagle castleward.volunteering@nationaltrust.org.uk.

JOB: Residential Volunteers - NNRs in the Scottish Highlands
BE4: Ongoing
IV: --
LOC: Creag Meagaidh NNR; Beinn Eighe NNR and Rum NNR
PAY: Accommodation and training
FOR: Scottish Natural Heritage

The Scottish Highlands are world renowned for their breath-taking scenery & nature. Residential volunteering opportunities are available now for our National Nature Reserves (NNRs) for committed people who can stay for 1 to 6 months (restricted to max 3 months for EU citizens). Previous experience isn’t necessary but the longer you stay the more you’ll learn & you’ll gain a better understanding of what we do. This is an excellent chance to gain practical work experience, make new friends, & improve your CV. See our volunteering leaflet: https://c-js.co.uk/2Cl6NhB. Volunteers should bring an enthusiasm for nature & eagerness to learn new skills as to keep our NNRs in good condition, we need help with a variety of estate work & tasks including working with livestock (Highland cattle & ponies); deer management; fixing paths, woodland management; species & habitat monitoring including butterfly, moth or rare bird counts; welcoming & helping visitors to our reserves, & connect people with nature. Send your initial enquiry to volunteer@nature.scot citing Alison Rowe (Beinn Eighe NNR) Linda Simpson (Creag Meagaidh NNR) Lesley Watt (Rum NNR) for further information on the reserve you are interested in.

JOB: Volunteer Officer
BE4: Ongoing
IV: --
LOC: Hollybush, Leeds
PAY: Training
FOR: The Conservation Volunteers

Grab your chance to volunteer with the UK's leading practical conservation charity! As a springboard to your career in the environment sector or as personal development, becoming a Volunteer Officer is a unique, highly rewarding experience. Learn practical skills working on conservation projects in and around Leeds. You will be responsible for organising and leading tasks, will gain experience in volunteer co-ordination and project management and have the opportunity to get involved with other projects and events including fundraising, educational activity days, publicity and marketing. Our Volunteer Officers are trained by experienced staff, through our formal training programme which includes: leadership, health & safety, tools, first aid, Midas, and safeguarding. As you will be working with a diverse group of volunteers, training will also be provided in mental health first aid; working with people with learning disabilities, and equality & diversity. Visit https://www.tcv.org.uk/hollybush to find opportunities in your local area.

JOB: Wigan Conservation Volunteer
BE4: N / A
IV: --
LOC: Lancashire
PAY: Training / expenses
FOR: Lancashire Wildlife Trust

Our Conservation Volunteers get stuck in with a variety of practical conservation tasks such as path work, fencing, coppicing and wetland work on sites in the Wigan area. Volunteers need to be enthusiastic with a reasonable level of physical fitness. Full training and supervision by LWT staff. To find out more please email volunteer@lancswt.org.uk 01772 318374.

JOB: Friends Volunteer Roles (Various)
BE4: Ongoing
IV: --
LOC: Home Based / Staunton Country Park, Havant
PAY: Parking, refreshments, training
FOR: Friends of Staunton Country Park

We are a local group committed to supporting Hampshire Countryside Service in the preservation & conservation of Staunton Country Park, incl. its buildings & other identified sites of interest. The projects that the group gets involved in seek to educate the public about the park’s history & draw attention to the diversity of flora & fauna present in the Park. The Friends of Staunton Country Park group are looking for new members. Duties would include; being available to attend and participate in meetings, taking up volunteer tasks as per availability and interest. There are opportunities to get involved with specific projects of interest to further personal development. Time commitment flexible, ongoing. Email stauntonhlf@hants.gov.uk to find out more.

JOB: Conservation Ranger
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Staunton Country Park, Havant
PAY: Parking, refreshments, training
FOR: Hampshire County Council

This role will work alongside other volunteers and Staunton Country Park Ranger staff to carry out a wide variety of conservation tasks. This is an exciting time for Staunton Country Park, which has been awarded a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant to restore Staunton’s Regency heritage, enhance community facilities for visitors and to increase our volunteer offer. Dependent on the seasons, conservation tasks could include; clearing overgrowing vegetation over paths or fence lines, installing and maintaining gates, fences, signs and benches, coppicing, scrub management, wildlife surveying / monitoring and keeping the park tidy and litter free. No specific skills are needed for this role, although, as most of the work is based outdoors, an interest in the countryside and a willingness to volunteer in all weathers is desirable. A basic level of fitness is needed, as conservation tasks require physical activity on uneven terrain. Volunteers must be able to follow instructions and comply with our health and safety procedures. Flexible time commitment. Email stauntonhlf@hants.gov.uk to find out more.

JOB: Conservation Volunteer
BE4: Ongoing
IV:
LOC: Grangemouth (covering East Central Scotland)
PAY:
FOR: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Any day Monday to Thursday. You are free to choose your commitment but if you volunteer, you must be available for a full day. A varied range of outdoor practical tasks on our nature reserves such as grassland, woodland & peat bog management. Travel from Grangemouth to the work sites & back is provided. You should be interested in the environment & in carrying out physical work outdoors sometimes in poor weather. Willing to work as part of a team. Information from pgilbert@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk.

JOB: Volunteers
BE4:
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LOC: Northumberland
PAY:
FOR: Coast Care

Coast Care is a partnership between Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Northumberland Wildlife Trust and Seahouses Development Trust. We are dedicated to the conservation and management of the coastal landscape of the Northumberland Coast AONB and its hinterland by offering volunteering opportunities for residents, visitors, young people and corporate groups. Coast Care has already made such a difference - over 1450 volunteers have given over 25,500 hours across a range of activities to help conserve and enhance the landscape of the coastal plain. We offer volunteering experiences at no cost to residents and visitors. There’s no obligation, all we expect from you is enthusiasm and a willingness to learn. It’s a great opportunity to get outside into nature and give back to such a special landscape. If you are interested in practical conservation or wildlife surveying, get in touch at info@coast-care.co.uk. Find out more at https://www.coast-care-co.uk.

JOB: 2 x Practical Conservation Trainees
BE4: Ongoing
IV:
LOC: York
PAY: Training budget available
FOR: The Conservation Volunteers

Are you looking to grow your career in the environmental field? If so then we would like to hear from you. The Conservation Volunteers has a history of helping people get a foothold on the conservation and environmental career ladder. We are looking for 2 passionate and motivated people to join our team this Spring. We require people who wish to build up a portfolio of practical skills, people management knowledge and a sound basis to start a career in the environmental field. The placement is flexible but ideally for a minimum of six months with an attendance of 2 days a week. Training budget available linked to commitment. Apply today and start your journey. Find us on Facebook @TCVYork to see the work we undertake. Application requests york@tcv.org.uk 01904 414927.

JOB: Volunteer
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Cornwall
PAY: Training
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 hayley_oliver@wildfutures.org.

JOB: Volunteers
BE4: Ongoing
IV:
LOC: Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve, North Norfolk
PAY: Training provided for most tasks
FOR: Hawk and Owl Trust

Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve is currently expanding its size from 45 to almost 200 acres. Set deep in the heart of North Norfolk there are always volunteering opportunities at this lovely site on the banks of the River Wensum, a beautiful and tranquil chalk stream. Our volunteers help in all areas of operation from making nesting boxes, undertaking construction or agricultural work to looking after our Highland cattle and rare breed sheep. For those who prefer an indoor job there are opportunities to greet visitors and or help with administrative work in the office. There really is something for everyone. Keen birdwatchers act as Wardens on the reserve, helping our visitors to make the most of their visit. The extended reserve means we need to increase the number of volunteers who support us, so if you have a few spare hours a week and would like to join the team, please get in touch with Seamus O’Dowd, Volunteer Coordinator on 01328 856788 or email: seamus.odowd@hawkandowltrust.org.uk.

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: Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels - Volunteer Grey Squirrel Control Officers
BE4: Ongoing
IV: --
LOC: Scottish Borders
PAY: 0
FOR: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels are working in partnership with the Scottish Borders red squirrel networks to deliver red squirrel conservation in Berwickshire, Teviot & Rule, Upper Tweed Valley & the surrounding areas. Together they utilise targeted grey squirrel control to prevent replacement of red squirrels by the invasive non-native grey squirrels. The control is delivered by a combination of project staff, landowners funded via The Forestry Grant Scheme, & volunteers, all trapping grey squirrels in carefully chosen project areas. You’ll be an ambassador for the networks & the project, providing support to existing volunteers, project staff & partner organisations to deliver the project’s aims across the area. Further information & to download application form: https://c-js.co.uk/2QPvSWR. Completed application forms to squirrels@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk.

JOB: Practical Conservation Volunteer - Brilliant Butterflies Project
BE4: Summer 2021
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LOC: Nature Reserves across South Croydon & Bromley
PAY: Travel & lunch expenses reimbursed
FOR: London Wildlife Trust

London Wildlife Trust is working in partnership with the Natural History Museum and Butterfly Conservation to restore and create valuable butterfly habitat across Croydon and Bromley. Be part of this fantastic project by joining us every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and some weekends, on stunning nature reserve sites including Hutchinson's Bank in New Addington and Dollyper's Hill in Coulsdon. As many or as few days as you can. Tasks may include: cutting back vegetation, building fences, clearing paths, monitoring species and much more. Come to as many or as few sessions as you like, no experience is necessary and all equipment is provided. Spend time outdoors, improve your well-being, meet new friends and learn new skills! For further details contact Anna at: brilliantbutterflies@wildlondon.org.uk or call 07964 951963. Alternatively, sign up to our newsletter to get full details of our upcoming workday locations and tasks: http://eepurl.com/drM2HD

JOB: Roadside Nature Reserve Wardens
BE4: N / A
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LOC: Roadside Verges, Kent
PAY: 0
FOR: Kent Wildlife Trust

We're looking for volunteers to join our Roadside Nature Reserves Team across the county. Our volunteers help us on task days, and keep an eye on our roadside verges throughout the year. Fortnightly commitment. Roadside Nature Reserves can link existing wildlife areas, helping to reconnect and restore landscape so that wildlife is no longer struggling to survive in isolation. This supports a living landscape, which benefits both people and wildlife and makes nature more resilient to future change. They provide vital wildlife corridors for many species, particularly reptiles such as slow-worms and viviparous lizards, and mammals such as badgers.  Our Roadside Nature Reserve Volunteers help us by participating in task days, carrying out essential work on the verges and roadside alongside our staff team.  Volunteers can join us for a full or part day, and you don't need any previous experience in conservation work, so long as you are enthusiastic and willing to learn. More information: https://c-js.co.uk/2HwF53y

JOB: Roadside Wardens
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Kent
PAY:
FOR: Kent Wildlife Trust

We're looking for Volunteer Roadside Wardens who can help us to keep an eye on the roadside verges and roads close to their homes.  We're currently looking for volunteers in the Dover, Swale and Medway areas, as well as some other areas across Kent (please see the application form for more information). This is a flexible role, and monitoring can be carried out at your convenience during daylight hours.  We'll need you to monitor the verges on at least a monthly basis.  You will be provided with full and on-going training and you will be provided with a point of contact to report any issues or concerns. More information: https://c-js.co.uk/2HwF53y

JOB: Parks in Mind Volunteer
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Bournemouth, Dorset
PAY: Full training provided
FOR: Bournemouth Parks Foundation

We’ve created ecotherapy volunteer groups in Parks across Boscombe & Bournemouth to help improve participant’s health & wellbeing while enjoying being outdoors. With a focus on nature conservation, green exercise & other activities, you’ll enhance your own wellbeing while making improvements to local parks for people & wildlife. The project includes elements of nature study, art in the environment, relaxation & confidence building workshops. The emphasis is on providing a relaxed & friendly atmosphere while taking part in practical & sociable outdoor activities to improve the environment. You chose the activities you want to take part in & work to your own limits, between 2 hours to 20 days a month it’s completely up to you! No prior knowledge required, with the chance to learn from both the project leaders & the other people taking part. If you like to be outdoors, enjoy meeting new people & doing light manual work this is the perfect role for you! https://c-js.co.uk/2yNn3pU

JOB: Conservation Volunteer
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Cumbernauld
PAY: Training and PPE budget
FOR: Cumbernauld Living Landscape

Would you like to: develop your skills, improve green spaces and enhance your fitness?  Join our volunteering groups today!  Our groups are active every Tuesday and Wednesday running from 10 - 3. We have a range of activities coming up to improve green spaces for biodiversity in Cumbernauld: tree planting, fence building, hedge creation, polytunnel construction, meadow sowing and much more. We work throughout Cumbernauld.  You can meet us on site or we could pick you up from a pre-arranged meeting spot in our minivan. Our groups are open to all and no prior experience is necessary.  Time commitment 5 hpw. While volunteering with us we offer access to free training courses and kit budget for essential PPE.   Spaces are going fast, so if you would like to know more and register with our group then please contact David at : 07483 050744 or d.walsh@tcv.org.uk

JOB: Grounds and Surveying Volunteer
BE4: Ongoing
IV: --
LOC: Nettlecombe Court Field Centre, Williton, West Somerset.
PAY: Tea and cake
FOR: Field Studies Council

We are looking volunteers to help us maintain our wildlife garden, extensive grounds and be part of our long-term wildlife surveying programme around the centre. Nettlecombe Court is a Tudor and Georgian mansion, which is now a residential field centre nestled within fantastic oak parkland, in a secluded valley on the edge of Exmoor. Knowledge of gardening and maintenance work beneficial. Regular volunteer days held on the last Friday of each month. To find out more email: education.nettlecombecourt@field-studies-council.org or call Anelma Roberts on 01984 640 320.

JOB: Palaeontology Excavations Volunteer
BE4: 01-07-2020
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LOC: Silesia, Poland
PAY: High-quality certified field training
FOR: Wild Areas Network

Work in one of the biggest mass cemeteries of mesosoic vertebrates in Europe & see some of the rarest fossils found on Earth - become a palaeontology dig volunteer! You will work in a team with researchers from all over the world, willing to share their knowledge on a daily basis. You will perform full array of tasks, identify the fossils & expose them using field equipment like pickaxe, hammers, chisels but also work in the lab. We offer deep contact with living science, 24/7! It is an international, hands-on experience for natural sciences enthusiasts, students & nature lovers, but we welcome persons from all walks of life. You don't have to be an expert - the tasks will be tailored to your abilities & field training will be provided. Time commitment, 6 days. Visit the project website to learn more & apply: https://www.wildareas.net or email info@wildareas.net.

JOB: University Summer Placement Scheme
BE4: 31-05-2020
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LOC: Shropshire
PAY: 0
FOR: Shropshire Wildlife Trust

Our university summer placement scheme is a 2 week placement taking place during August 2020. It will give university students and graduates the opportunity to experience working within a conservation charity, broadening careers and enhancing your CV. Find out more: https://www.shropshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/placements.  

JOB: Residential Seasonal Nature Reserve Volunteer
BE4: 30-06-2020
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LOC:
PAY:
FOR: Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

6 month placement from Sept / Oct 2020, c 25 hpw. Suitable for someone looking to begin a career in nature conservation. Assist the reserves team in managing the north Lincolnshire reserves including practical habitat management of grassland, wetland, heathland and peatland sites, access maintenance and working with livestock. You need to be capable of using tools and enjoy working outdoors. Good team working skills and self-motivation essential. Driving licence and some experience of practical conservation work an advantage. We provide in-house training, first aid qualification and a wide range of experience in the nature conservation sector. Enthusiasm to learn and gain hands-on experience in a competitive field required. Over 18s only. Subject to 2 references and DBS check. Informal chat: Simon Wellock, 01652 634507. CV and covering letter to Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, Ness End Farm, Far Ings Road, Baron upon Humber DN18 5RG or farings@lincstrust.co.uk.

JOB: Residential Volunteer Rangers at Durlston Country Park
BE4: N / A
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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 douglas.j.hart@dorsetcc.gov.uk.

JOB: Trustee
BE4: 30-06-2020
IV: --
LOC: Harleston area
PAY: Training and expenses
FOR: River Waveney Trust

The River Waveney Trust, established in 2013, is a registered charity & covers the Waveney catchment. Our key objectives are to conserve, protect, rehabilitate & improve the rivers, streams, watercourses & water impoundments of the catchments comprising the River Waveney & all associated tributaries incl adjacent estuarine & coastal areas. The Trust is at an exciting time of development, seeking new trustees to help guide the future vision & strategic development of the charity. We are seeking 4 additional voluntary Trustees to join the current 5 Trustee Board members. We are looking for passionate, dedicated & committed individuals in the following areas of expertise: conservation & science; communications & revenue generation; farming in the Waveney catchment; charity governance. 3+ years commitment required. Contact Keith Lead on 01379 388031 or email CV to keithjpb@gmail.com. Further information at https://www.riverwaveneytrust.org under the “News” tab.