Full and part time voluntary placements, updated weekly.
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Rights of Way vacancies: access and all public rights of way related work.
Please remember to contact only the organisation or person mentioned in the ASK section and please mention that you saw the advert with CJS. Explanation of the headings here.
JOB: Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail Ranger Placement
LOC: The Sill, Hadrian's Wall (coast-to-coast on the National Trail)
PAY: Travel expenses
FOR: Northumberland National Park10 days over a 3 month period (April - June). You will be given training & development opportunities by working with the Hadrian’s Wall Path (HWP) National Trail staff to undertake a range of access related tasks incl: surveying; practical maintenance projects; working with volunteers, &; engaging with the public. Working with the Trail Ranger placements will develop on the job skills in managing & maintaining Public Rights of Way with the added dimension that the HWP is set within a National Park & UNESCO World Heritage Site. Personal specification: seeking a career as a countryside ranger, or in the environmental / land management sector; approachable, open, polite & helpful to others; self-motivated, adaptable with good organisational skills; able to carry out the tasks described & to work outdoors in all weathers; able to get to chosen location (The Sill) for a 8.30am start each day. ASK: Apply: Jane Riddell on 07795 834936 or email jane.riddell@nnpa,org.uk
JOB: Volunteer Mountain Ranger
LOC: Murlough National Nature Reserve
FOR: National TrustWork as part of our dedicated ranger & volunteer team on the breathtaking Mourne Mountains which covers approx 526 hectares & forms a very important part of the Eastern Mournes ASSI & SAC. You will be providing much needed support for our existing mountain rangers in our exciting Mournes Path Improvement Project. You will be working with contractors & getting involved with the repair &, where necessary, replacement of the c7km path on Slieve Donard, Northern Ireland's highest peak & Slieve Commedagh. If you are interested in working outside in mountainous terrain, & would like to be part of a small friendly team, please apply. ASK: There may be other activities where we could use your help, have a look on our Join In web page for more information: https://c-js.co.uk/2AsPpai or email firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB: Beinn Eighe NNR Conservation Volunteer
LOC: Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve
FOR: Scottish Natural HeritageStay for a month or come for up to six months. Volunteering at this reserve will give you the opportunity to work in this beautiful environment with skilled practitioners, discovering new capabilities & learning new skills. This is an excellent chance to gain work experience. Volunteering in the Highlands of Scotland, make new friends, improve your CV & exp Highland life at Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve. Volunteers should bring an enthusiasm for the nature of Scotland, a willingness to learn new skills & a good level of fitness would be an advantage. We need help with a variety of estate work incl woodland management, path maintenance, deer management, species monitoring & help with visitor management incl working in our Visitor Centre (open Easter to late October). ASK: More information about Beinn Eighe & Loch Maree Islands NNR can be found at: https://c-js.co.uk/2GWsA3K. For more information or to apply email email@example.com or phone 01463 7001660.
JOB: Trail Watcher: England Coast Path
BE4: N / A
LOC: Somerset County Wide
FOR: Somerset County CouncilThe England Coast Path in Somerset currently stretches from Brean Down to Minehead. This section takes in 58 miles of the beautiful and diverse coast of Somerset. On clear days the fortified promontory of Brean Down offers panoramic views of the whole stretch to Minehead. The path takes you to Burnham on Sea, along the flood banks of the River Parrett to Bridgwater and back to Stert Point then along the open coast to Hinkley Point. From Hinkley Point it heads west, passing through the historic port of Watchet, before continuing to Minehead. As an England Coast Path Trail Watcher you will regularly walk your adopted path(s) (3-4 times per year); carry out regular light cutting back of vegetation from around gates, stiles, bridges, way mark posts and signposts; promote responsible use of the Public Rights of Way network; report any problems encountered on local rights of way. ASK: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
JOB: Adopt a Path Volunteer
LOC: Somerset County Wide
FOR: Somerset County CouncilThe Adopt a Path scheme is a great way to get outdoors, see the countryside near my home and get to meet some people who are really passionate about the countryside. At the same time by keeping the paths clear and open for others to enjoy perfect for getting out and about more. As a volunteer you will only need to walk the path 3-4 times a year so the role is completely flexible and can be combined with your dog walking or exercise. As an Adopt a Path volunteer you will: regularly (3-4 times per year) walk your adopted path(s); carry out regular light cutting back of vegetation from around gates, stiles, bridges, way mark posts and signposts, etc; promote responsible use of the Public Rights of Way network through observing the Countryside Code; report to issues via Explore Somerset. ASK: Contact email@example.com for more info.
Details believed correct but given without prejudice. Ends.