Assistant Conservation Officer

Quick summary: 
Do you want to develop a career in conservation? We are seeking someone with passion and enthusiasm for the protection and enhancement of wildlife in Norfolk. As Assistant Conservation Officer you will work as part of Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s busy People and Wildlife team supporting the administration and delivery of conservation projects including the County Wildlife Site system and NWT’s Churchyard Conservation Scheme. While the post-holder will be expected to provide administrative support to the team there will be opportunities to develop areas of project work. There will be some opportunity through this project work, and especially the Churchyard Conservation Scheme, to visit sites and support volunteers in the field. You will need to be an excellent communicator, well-organised, with good ICT skills, including GIS, and a good understanding of ecology and conservation. The post will provide opportunities to enhance your knowledge, skills and experience in conservation work by supporting existing staff across the range of their work.
Salary: 
In the range of £18,000 to £19,000
Closing date: 
26 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For further information about the role, and information on how to apply, please visit our website www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk/jobs

 

 

Location: 
Norwich

Face to Face Charity Fundraiser

Quick summary: 
Work for wildlife this Spring

Charity Fundraiser

Closing date: 
27 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Please contact us for more information:
HR@wildlifefundraising.org
0333 3207 273
www.wildlifefundraising.org

 

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Face to Face Membership Recruiter

Quick summary: 
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust is looking to recruit a Face-to-Face Membership Recruiter to work flexible hours. Great earnings potential based on hourly wage plus uncapped commission.

Would you like to help Wildlife in Herefordshire, plus earn some extra income from doing something that you really believe in? Do you have around 8-12 hours a week to spare including evenings and weekends? We are looking for a flexible membership recruiter to join our team, to help build support for wildlife conservation and connecting people to nature in Herefordshire.

Your own transport is essential and evening and weekend work will be required.

Great earnings potential based on hourly wage plus uncapped commission.

Salary: 
£7.83 + commission
Closing date: 
27 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Gary de Saram, Marches Membership Manager

Location: 
Various locations across Herefordshire

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Charity Fundraiser

Quick summary: 
We are looking for friendly, independent and self-motivated people of all ages to work with us and encourage members of the public to join the Wildlife Trust.

Our Charity Fundraisers work independently at venues (pre-booked by our in-house team) such as local shops, garden centres and county shows/events.
If you have an outgoing personality and an interest in nature and your local environment then we would love to hear from you. This is an excellent opportunity to bring your experience to a position where you can contribute directly to cause that you are passionate about.

Hours: 18 - 30 hours per week including weekend working.

Closing date: 
27 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Please contact Wildlife Fundraising for more information:

HR@wildlifefundraising.org 

0333 3207 273

www.wildlifefundraising.org
 

 

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Neighbourhood Membership Officer (Door to Door in North Shropshire)

Quick summary: 
To promote Shropshire’s wild places, raise the profile of Shropshire Wildlife Trust and grow its supporter base by recruiting new members in North Shropshire. Job advert extended to 27th April 2018.

Key results expected

• Members feel we are an organisation worthy of their support so they remain long term supporters, pledging as much as they can.
• The Trust’s annual recruitment target is met
• On average a new member is recruited every 2 hours

Salary: 
Hourly rate of £7.83 + pension contribution
Closing date: 
27 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

If you would like an informal chat about the positions vacant, please contact:
Gary de Saram, Marches Membership Manager Tel: 07399 493119
 

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Forester/Woodland Officer

Quick summary: 
We have a dedicated woodland strategy and individual site management plans in place and need an experienced forester to deliver our objectives.

Surrey is the most wooded county in England and the Trust manages 1,500 hectares of woodland for conservation, biodiversity and timber production.

Educated to degree level (relevant qualification), with a passion for woodland and wildlife conservation, you will need to be enthusiastic, well organised with excellent communication skills. Extensive woodland management experience, including the management of forestry contractors, knowledge of current woodland management grants, regulatory compliance and surveying are essential.

Job reference: 
Forester/Woodland Officer
Salary: 
£28,000pa
Closing date: 
27 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

If you have any questions, please contact Andrew Jamieson at andrew.jamieson@surreywt.org.uk or call 01483 795440.

Location: 
Pirbright, Surrey

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Business Manager

Quick summary: 
We are looking to recruit a business manager to oversee the growth and development of Wild Service, developing and delivering business plans that deliver sustainable growth for the company.

Part-time 2/3 days per week - permanent contract

Wild Service is a partnership between Avon and Gloucestershire Wildlife Trusts offering a full range of land management and ecological consultancy services.

The company is conservation led and has developed a range of services to meet the needs of the construction, development, wildlife conservation and land based business sectors.

Salary: 
Competitive salary plus pension, life insurance and generous holidays
Closing date: 
27 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For further information, please email jobs@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk

Location: 
Gloucestershire and Avon

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Charity Fundraiser

Quick summary: 
Wildlife Fundraisers

This spring we are looking for friendly, independent and self-motivated people of all ages to work with us and encourage members of the public to join the Wildlife Trust.

Salary: 
Competitive salary
Closing date: 
27 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

HR@wildlifefundraising.org

0333 3207 273

www.wildlifefundraising.org
  

Location: 
Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire

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Cafe Assistant - Gibraltar Point

Quick summary: 
Would you like to work with us in the café at Gibraltar Point?

This is a permanent position working flexible hours as part of a rota, offering great working conditions and a competitive salary. The cafe is within the visitor centre at Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve, Skegness.

Job details can be downloaded below.

For an application form please contact Vicki Holmes on:
01754 898057 option 1 or email gibvc@lincstrust.co.uk

Closing date for applications:
5pm on Friday 27 April
 

Closing date: 
27 April 2018 (All day)

Catering Assistant

Quick summary: 
Are you motivated, flexible and have great customer service skills? We are recruiting catering assistants to join our new team in part-time, fixed term and permanent roles.

Come and be part of a dynamic new team! We’re opening new retail and catering outlets in Derbyshire this spring and summer and we need people with catering experience and a passion for great customer service to make our exciting plans come to life.

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Salary: 
£15,500 pa (£8.06 per hour) pro rata for part time hours + up to 9.5% pension and benefits
Closing date: 
29 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Applications should be submitted by completing the application form before the closing date.

If you have any questions about the role which are not answered in the attached documentation, please either email recruitment@derbyshirewt.co.uk or call 01773 881188

Please note, this vacancy may close earlier than the published date if we receive a high volume of applications.

Location: 
Based at Matlock Bath including travel to various locations within the County

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Living Landscapes Adviser (North) (Part-time, 3 days per week)

Quick summary: 
An exciting opportunity has arisen to help Derbyshire Wildlife Trust deliver its Living Landscape strategy across the north of Derbyshire

An exciting opportunity has arisen to help Derbyshire Wildlife Trust deliver its Living Landscape strategy across the north of Derbyshire. You will be our eyes and ears on the ground making connections with landowners and developing positive relationships with people to secure better management and protection for Local Wildlife Sites and the wider Ecological Network.

Salary: 
£23,000 per annum for full time hours, paid pro rata for part time hours
Closing date: 
29 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Applications should be submitted by completing the application form before the closing date.

If you have any questions about the role which are not answered in the attached documentation, please either email recruitment@derbyshirewt.co.uk or call 01773 881188

Please note, this vacancy may close earlier than the published date if we receive a high volume of applications.

Location: 
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust's Head Office at Middleton by Wirksworth

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Director, Campaigns & Policy (with lead responsibility for England)

Quick summary: 
The Wildlife Trusts believe that nature is valuable in its own right, that everyone should have the chance to experience the joy of wildlife and that we are part of nature - wholly dependent upon it. We have a vision of land and seas rich in wildlife and people close to nature. At this time of immense change, when the laws protecting our environment and wildlife are at risk and people are suffering more than ever from lack of access to nature, we are looking for a Director to lead our public campaigns and policy work with energy, passion and real urgency. We need someone to help our movement empower our dedicated supporters and the next generation to lead nature’s recovery and reconnect us to wildlife and the environment.

You will need to have experience of developing and orchestrating mass face-to-face campaigns and be knowledgeable about at least one key broad aspect of our work – the recovery of nature at a landscape scale and / or the wholesale restoration of our links with nature through education, learning, health and wellbeing programmes.

Salary: 
£57,487
Closing date: 
29 April 2018 (All day)
Location: 
Newark

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Charity Supporter

Quick summary: 
The Trust is looking for a charismatic, enthusiastic and passionate part-time Charity Supporter in mid or West Cornwall who can inspire members of the public to regularly support its charitable work through the Trust’s membership scheme - this role is not a ‘hard sell’.

A team of Charity Supporters work at pre-arranged venues such as supermarkets, local events and agricultural shows, using a static display or activities to assist in engaging with the public to gain memberships. Applicants should be capable of setting up and manning a stand, possibly for up to 7 hours a day at external venues, and be willing to work weekends.

Previous fundraising, sales or customer service experience would be an advantage, but more important is being articulate, self-motivated, engaging and having an enthusiasm for wildlife and nature conservation.

Salary: 
Salary £8.30 per hour or commission whichever is the greater plus mileage
Closing date: 
29 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Information Pack and application form available from http://www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/jobs

To apply send completed application form (CVs not accepted) to recruitment@cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk
 

Location: 
Mid & West Cornwall

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Trustee

Quick summary: 
The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside is your local wildlife charity, working to protect wildlife and nature for the future. We are a key voice for nature, both locally and nationally. We manage reserves, deliver specialist projects and have a people and wildlife team engaging people in sustainable living and conservation from the very young to the retired.

Help us celebrate and champion wildlife!

We are looking for new trustees for appointment at the AGM in October 2018.

The Lancashire Wildlife Trust is one of the UK’S leading Wildlife Trusts in community work. We champion the interconnection between people and wildlife. We are searching for two new trustees, from all backgrounds and communities but are particularly keen to enhance Board expertise in the education or health sectors.

Salary: 
Voluntary Role
Closing date: 
30 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

To Apply: Please contact Dave Joy, Governance and Policy Manager, by email to express your interest or arrange an informal chat to find out more.

Closing Date: 30th April 2018

Application Process: In order to help you understand the work of the trust, we will invite chosen applicants to visit the office for a discussion/interview with a panel of trustees. We will also invite trustee candidates to observe a meeting of the Board (12th July 2018).

We are committed to equal opportunities and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

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Outdoor Learning & Engagement Sessional

Quick summary: 
An opportunity for an Outdoor Learning & Engagement Sessional worker has arisen to assist with the preparation and delivery of informative and fun outdoor and indoor environmental activities.

Outdoor Learning & Engagement Sessional

Based at: Centre for Wildlife Gardening & Woodberry Wetlands

Zero hours fixed term contract

Salary: £11.11 - £13.79 per hour depending on experience

Closing date: 
30 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Closing date: Monday 30th April 2018, 9:00am
Interview date: 15th May 2018

To apply, please send a completed Candidate Details Form and Application Form to recruitment@wildlondon.org.uk

An enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check is required for this role.

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Finance and ICT Manager (f/t or p/t considered)

Quick summary: 
We are currently looking for an experienced Chartered Accountant to join our Senior Management Team. You will join a dedicated and passionate team of people where you will provide expert, timely and accurate financial information to internal and external stakeholders supporting the delivery of the charity’s objectives and exciting wildlife protection initiatives. This Belfast-based role provides the opportunity to join an extremely worthwhile and important cause and help the organisation to make a real and lasting difference for wildlife in NI.

What we are looking for

A qualified Chartered Accountant with management experience, a can-do attitude and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

What we can offer you

Salary– upwards of £33k - commensurate with experience. A full-time permanent contract (part-time or job share will be considered), with generous holiday entitlement plus public holidays, flexi-time system, health cash-back plan.

Job reference: 
06.18
Salary: 
Upwards of £32,779 - commensurate with experience.
Closing date: 
30 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

recruit@ulsterwildlife.org

Location: 
Ulster Wildlife Offices, McClelland House, 10 Heron Road, Belfast, BT3 9LE. There will be very occasional travel throughout the UK.

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Chair, Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership

Quick summary: 
The Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership (GLNP) is looking for a new independent chair to replace Adrian Phillips.

The Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership (GLNP) is looking for a new independent chair to replace Adrian Phillips.
The LNP Chair’s job is to lead the Board and the wider partnership at this exciting time. He/she will chair sessions of the Board (currently meeting six times annually) and of the wider partnership (currently three meetings annually); and will represent the LNP at national, regional and local meetings.

Closing date: 
30 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Roger Mortlock, Vice Chair of the Gloucestershire LNP Board on 07702 186751 or email roger.mortlock@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk

If you would like to apply for the role, please send a letter indicating why you are interested to jobs@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk
 

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Head of Visitor Centres

Quick summary: 
Are you an inspirational leader with a strong commercial background? Do you relish the opportunity to make your mark by implementing our vision for Seaton Jurassic, an award winning visitor centre on the beautiful East Devon coast?

Since it was opened by HRH The Princess Royal in April 2016, Seaton Jurassic has engaged over 80,000 people with the unique marine, coastal and geological heritage of the East Devon coast. The Centre includes a café, shop, a tourist information centre and a highly innovative interpretation centre. It has won many accolades and enjoys excellent visitor feedback.

Salary: 
Circa £40,000 plus performance related bonus
Closing date: 
30 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For further information and to download a job application pack please follow the link below:

https://www.networxrecruitment.com/Jobs/Advert/1232189?cid=856

 

Location: 
Seaton

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Local Fundraiser

Quick summary: 
Are you passionate about the region’s wildlife and looking to earn some extra income by doing something that you really believe in? Would you like to help Northumberland Wildlife Trust achieve its aim of finding new members in your local area and beyond? If you enjoy walking and have around 16 hours a week to spare, primarily during weekday evenings, then we would love you to become a Local Fundraiser.

In your local area, you will be working for FMR Solutions Ltd, a well-established specialist wildlife charity membership recruitment agency, on behalf of the Northumberland Wildlife Trust. The work is generally seasonal, from March until the end of October. However, some of our Local Fundraisers also work through the winter months. As you'll use the unique 'Soft Approach' method, there is no selling or persuading involved.

Salary: 
Two options available, commission based or hourly rate
Closing date: 
30 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

FMR Solutions Ltd is working on behalf of Northumberland Wildlife Trust, helping to raise public awareness and critical funding. If you'd like to know more about this post and apply, please visit www.fmrsolutions.co.uk or email fmr.solutions@gmail.com

Location: 
Vacancies throughout Northumberland / Newcastle / North Tyneside

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Membership Recruiter (Continuous)

Quick summary: 
South West Wildlife Fundraising Ltd (SWWFL)

Good with people? Enthusiastic about local wildlife? Looking for work that is flexible and with a great rate of pay? We are looking for self-motivated people to recruit members for Avon Wildlife Trust.

Our local wildlife is amazing and makes where we live unique and special. Hence, we're looking for people who can inspire members of the public to support a fantastic local environmental charity.

Closing date: 
30 April 2018 (All day)

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Senior Nature Reserve Manager - West Mendip - Somerset Wildlife Trust

Quick summary: 
We are searching for candidates to fill the post of Senior Nature Reserve Manager for the Somerset Wildlife Trust. This position is based near Cheddar.

This is an outstanding opportunity to make your mark by ensuring the Trust’s nature reserves in the Mendip Hills are brilliant sites for wildlife and for people to experience wildlife. Working in one of the most wildlife-rich and habitat-rich counties in Britain, you will manage a large portfolio of nature reserves in this lovely part of the country.

Job reference: 
Somerset Wildlife Trust Senior Reserves Manager
Salary: 
£26,000 - £27,000 pa
Closing date: 
30 April 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Recruitment@somersetwildlife.org or  ring Alan Owen on 01823 652406

Location: 
Cheddar

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Volulnteer Communications Assistant for 30DaysWild Campaign

Quick summary: 
Are you passionate about nature and wildlife? Would you like to gain experience in the communications department of a conservation charity? Find out more!

We are looking for a Communications Assistant (volunteer position) to help with the communications activity for the 30DaysWild campaign this year. 30DaysWild is a campaign encouraging people to make room for nature and do something wild every day throughout the month of June. 

 

Closing date: 
30 April 2018 (All day)

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Wildchild Officer (Westport Lake)

Quick summary: 
We are seeking to recruit a Wildchild Officer to plan and deliver Nature Tots, Wildlings, Wildfamilies and GetWild activities in North Staffordshire including Westport Lake Visitor Centre. The post will work closely with the rest of the Wildchild Team to develop new programmes that engage and inspire children and young people to play and connect with nature outside of the school environment.
Salary: 
£20,912.03 p/a pro rata
Closing date: 
2 May 2018 (All day)

Full-time Fundraising Manager (Maternity Cover)

Quick summary: 
We are seeking to recruit an experienced, committed and enthusiastic full-time Fundraising Manager to cover maternity leave. The post is a 9 month fixed-term contract (possible extension) with an approximate start date of 11th June 2018.

As part of the Fundraising and Communications Team, the Fundraising Manager will play a key role in the development and delivery of the Trust’s fundraising programmes enabling a mix of income streams including membership and individual donors, business engagement, appeals and legacies.

The application pack, which includes the job description and person specification, is attached. 

Job reference: 
Full Time Fundraising Manager (Maternity Cover)
Salary: 
£31,707 - £37,212 plus 7% pension
Closing date: 
2 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

If you would like an informal discussion about this post, please call Sarah Rutherford, the Trust’s Fundraising Manager on 01727 858901.

Location: 
St Albans

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Coastlines Development Officer

Quick summary: 
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and experienced individual to work alongside the Coastlines Development Manager and others to inform the development of the Coastlines project in preparation for funding applications to the Heritage Lottery Fund and Highways England.

Focusing on Cumbria’s north and west coasts the post holder would be responsible for building relationships with local authorities, schools and other project partners (e.g. third sector conservation organisations) to put in place a community engagement programme of pollinator related activities and deliver pilot pollinator events (e.g. volunteer conservation days).

Salary: 
£25,252 plus 9% pension contribution, based on a 35 hour week.
Closing date: 
2 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Completed application forms should be returned with a covering letter outlining the candidate's suitability for the post, to Claire Ladell, Senior Personnel Officer, Cumbria Wildlife Trust, Plumgarths, Crook Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 8LX or by email to admin@cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk.

Due to the current economic climate and the number of possible applicants, only short listed candidates will be contacted. If you have not heard anything within 14 days of the closing date, please assume your application has not been successful.

Closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 2 May 2018.

Interviews will be held on Friday 11 May 2018.

Applicants should be aware that this post requires a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

Any further enquiries should be directed to Graham Jackson-Pitt (Senior Living Landscapes Officer) of Cumbria Wildlife Trust at the above address or ring 01539 816 300.


Location: 
Gosling Sike, Houghton Road, Houghton, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA3 0LD

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Volunteer Development Officer

Quick summary: 
Permanent, full-time position. To be responsible for the Volunteer Programme across the organisation, to deliver and lead the Volunteer Strategy, to advise on and support all volunteer action within the organisation.

Applications close Wednesday 2nd May. Interviews will be held Wednesday 9th May.

The Job: This post draws together a number of tasks that are crucial to the strategic development, management and administration of the volunteer programme at Kent Wildlife Trust. The post holder will work closely with the Head of People Engagement and with staff across the organisation in delivering an effective volunteering programme and the volunteering strategy. There is an existing pool of approx. 1000 registered volunteers.

Salary: 
£23,651 to 27,844 DOE
Closing date: 
2 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

To apply: download, complete and return the application documents below.

For further information, contact Dot Hughes on 01622 662012, email dot.hughes@kentwildlife.org.uk. 

Location: 
Tyland Barn, Maidstone, Kent

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Marketing Officer

Quick summary: 
We are looking for a self-motivated marketer with a creative flair to join our busy department. We are looking for someone who can help us achieve our ambitious growth plan and work as part of a passionate and motivated team. As a charity, our marketing budgets are modest and you will need to take an entrepreneurial approach to the role, making sure all campaigns are effective. This role is diverse and you will need to work hard, with the support of an experienced and enthusiastic team!

A little more about the role
You will be part of a small and focused team which covers marketing, fundraising, communications and membership. You will need to be able to use your initiative, and be confident and flexible in a multi-channel role.

Salary: 
£20,000 per annum
Closing date: 
3 May 2018 (All day)
Location: 
The Barn, Bamber Bridge, Preston

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Wildlife Fundraising (Central) Ltd - Administration Assistant

Quick summary: 
To provide administration support

Administration Assistant

Start date: Immediate (from 1st May)

Location – Bicester, Oxfordshire

Temporary; £9 - £10 p/hour

Full time, 37.5hrs per week

About us;

Job reference: 
WFC Admin
Salary: 
£9 - £10 p/hour
Closing date: 
4 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

HR@wildlifefundraising.org

0333 3207 273

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Local Fundraiser

Quick summary: 
Earn extra income doing something that you really believe in!

Using our unique “Soft Approach” method, there is no selling or persuading involved.

Salary: 
Two options - see full listing for details.
Closing date: 
4 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

If you'd like to know more about this post and apply, please visit the FMR Solutions website or email fmr.solutions@gmail.com

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Catering Assistant - Casual

Quick summary: 
We have an exciting opportunity at Hanningfield Reservoir Visitor Centre for a Casual Catering Assistant. The successful applicant will work across 7 days.

 

Responsibilities include:

• Delivering a high-quality visitor experience at our Centre to maximize Centre income
• Ensuring effective integration of our catering offer within the day to day running of the visitor Centre,
• Ensuring the highest standards of food hygiene and safety are maintained at all times
• Must be available to work weekends and Bank Holidays

Job reference: 
HannCasCatAsstApr18
Salary: 
Salary £9.54 per hour
Closing date: 
4 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Please return your application to jobs@essexwt.org.uk or post to
HR Department, Essex Wildlife Trust, Abbotts Hall Farm, Maldon Road, Great Wigborough, Colchester, Essex, CO5 7RZ
 

Location: 
Hanningfield Visitor Centre, Hawkswood Rd, Downham, Billericay CM11 1WT

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Wildlife Fundraising (Central) Ltd - Salesforce Administrator

Quick summary: 
To provide Salesforce database support to office and field staff

Salesforce database Administrator

Location – Bicester, Oxfordshire

£20 - 24k pro rata, depending on skills and experience

Part time 3-4 days per week

Initial 6mth contract

About us;

Job reference: 
WFC SA
Salary: 
£20,000 - £24,000 dependent on skills and experience
Closing date: 
4 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

HR@wildlifefundraising.org

0333 3207 273

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Volunteer Trainee Nature Reserve Warden

Quick summary: 
We are looking for someone to help us with the general and practical management of our reserves in the Medway Valley area, whilst gaining experience working with and leading volunteer task and gaining practical skills.

This role is for 11 months and is voluntary unpaid, however, travel expenses will be paid and training will be given. You will be helping our Wardens with practical management on reserves, working with stock graziers and Trust livestock, carrying out surveys and monitoring.

You will be currently undertaking or recently completed an HND/degree in countryside management or equivalent or have a proven interest in the environment and actively seeking employment in this field.

Salary: 
This is an unpaid voluntary role however, travel expenses and a tailored training programme will be provided.
Closing date: 
4 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For a role description and application pack please contact Dot Hughes on 01622 662012, email dot.hughes@kentwildlife.org.uk. For additional information please contact Steve Weeks on 07901 823284.

Closing date is noon on Friday 4th May. Interviews will be held on Friday 18th May at our headquarters in Tyland Barn, Maidstone, Kent.  

Location: 
Medway

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Campaign Co-ordinator

Quick summary: 
The Wildlife Trusts believe that people are part of nature and that a healthy, wildlife-rich world is the foundation of our wellbeing and prosperity. We have a mission to secure Living Landscapes and Living Seas and to inspire society to value and act for nature. We currently have an exciting opportunity for a team player with experience of campaign planning to join us as a Campaign Coordinator. The purpose of the role is to coordinate a national campaign to galvanise the Wildlife Trusts and key supporters, including young people, to call for the creation of a Nature Recovery Network.

You will support and coordinate the development of the central campaign concept, its design, strategy and key messaging. Driving the campaign with passion and commitment, you will organise highly effective meetings and events, by providing funding guidance, identifying speakers and arranging the sharing of learning between the Trusts.

Salary: 
£30,000
Closing date: 
6 May 2018 (All day)
Location: 
Newark - with travel within the UK

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Practical Projects Lead

Quick summary: 
To join the Upstream Thinking team. This is an opportunity to join a landscape scale conservation project with Cornwall Wildlife Trust, the leading local charity working to protect and enhance Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places. Cornwall Wildlife Trust works with farmers to bring wildlife and water quality improvements across a farmed landscape, through the Upstream Thinking initiative.

The Trust seeks somebody to lead a regular team of enthusiastic volunteers on practical conservation tasks, to improve wildlife value of farmland habitats in the Drift Reservoir catchment, Penwith. The volunteer leader will ensure safe and effective use of hand tools to manage scrub and bracken, control invasive species, plant trees, repair Cornish Hedges etc.

Task days are Tuesdays and one other day will be office-based to organise logistics, maintain tools and plan tasks with the team’s ecologist.

Salary: 
£19,720 per annum pro-rata
Closing date: 
6 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

To apply send completed application form (CVs not accepted) to recruitment@cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk  

Location: 
West Cornwall

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HR and L&D Assistant

Quick summary: 
Permanent role Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Are you enthusiastic, self-motivated and organised? Do you have sound generalist HR knowledge and an understanding of Learning and Development? Are you a great administrator who is looking for a generalist HR role where you can contribute, learn and progress your career? If so, please read on!

In this role you will be responsible for undertaking all aspects of HR administration (including recruitment and payroll), and will be instrumental in the development and implementation of an exciting project: our brand new training programme.

Job reference: 
HRTA18
Salary: 
£21,000 p.a rising to £21,500 p.a on completion of probation
Closing date: 
7 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Please send your completed application to Charlene Laurence HR Assistant Email: charlenel@essexwt.org.uk

Location: 
Abbotts Hall Farm Gt Wigborough, Colchester,CO5 7RZ

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Assistant Consultancy Ecologist

Quick summary: 
Worcestershire Wildlife Consultancy is a successful and growing ecological consultancy providing services to local authorities, industry, developers, government agencies and conservation organisations. Due to a recent internal promotion we are looking for an additional Assistant Consultancy Ecologist. The post is a .75 permanent position subject to satisfactory completion of the probationary period.

Ideally you will have a minimum of two years professional experience after a relevant degree and be a member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) or be eligible for membership. The ability to assist/undertake Phase 1 habitat surveys and ecological assessments will be required. Experience of survey and mitigation for UK protected species is also required and the desire and ability to develop a specialism in one or more protected species.

Salary: 
In the region of £18,000 p.a pro-rata (depending on experience) plus and pension
Closing date: 
7 May 2018 (All day)
Location: 
Lower Smite Farm

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Hertfordshire Living Rivers Officer (Fixed term contract for four years with possible extension)

Quick summary: 
Help us to save a globally rare habitat! By working with partners at a landscape scale, this post offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the conservation of Hertfordshire’s chalk rivers, their valleys and the wildlife they support – a globally rare habitat under severe threat.

Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust is working to achieve landscape-scale nature conservation and the Living Rivers Officer will contribute to this work in Hertfordshire’s chalk river valleys.

The Hertfordshire Living Rivers Officer will raise awareness of Hertfordshire’s chalk rivers, their valleys and associated biodiversity and co-ordinate restoration to favourable ecological condition through working with landowners, land managers, local communities and volunteers.

Salary: 
£24,444 - 27,783 plus 7% pension
Closing date: 
8 May 2018 (All day)

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Hertfordshire Living Rivers Officer (Fixed term contract for four years with possible extension)

Quick summary: 
Help us to save a globally rare habitat! By working with partners at a landscape scale, this post offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the conservation of Hertfordshire’s chalk rivers, their valleys and the wildlife they support – a globally rare habitat under severe threat.

Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust is working to achieve landscape-scale nature conservation and the Living Rivers Officer will contribute to this work in Hertfordshire’s chalk river valleys.

The Hertfordshire Living Rivers Officer will raise awareness of Hertfordshire’s chalk rivers, their valleys and associated biodiversity and co-ordinate restoration to favourable ecological condition through working with landowners, land managers, local communities and volunteers.

Job reference: 
Hertfordshire Living Rivers Officer
Salary: 
£24,444 - 27,783 plus 7% pension
Closing date: 
8 May 2018 (All day)

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Seasonal Visitor Centre and Site Assistant

Quick summary: 
21 hours per week during peak season June - September 2018 based at Thatcham Nature Discovery Centre

We have an exciting opportunity to join one our most popular Visitor Centres as a Seasonal Visitor Centre and Site Assistant.

21 hours per week during peak season June - September 2018.

The Nature Discovery Centre in Thatcham, Berkshire is looking to add new member to their staff on a seasonal contract. This is an interesting and varied role which will include site management duties including mowing, strimming, fencing and assistance with preparations for events and activities, litter picking and general housekeeping.

Salary: 
£8.10 per hour
Closing date: 
8 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Closing date is 9am Tuesday 8th May 2018.

To apply, please refer to the attached Job Description, fill in an application form and email to recruitment@bbowt.org.uk.

Please note that CVs will not be accepted and only successful applicants will be notified.

Interviews will be held at Nature Discovery Centre on Friday 18th May 2018.

 

Location: 
Nature Discovery Centre in Thatcham, Berkshire, RG19 3FU

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Wildlife in Common Project Officer

Quick summary: 
This two year project will deliver an exciting programme of community engagement, site surveys and conservation action on 60 Norfolk commons. The post-holder will undertake the overall management and coordination of the project including recruitment, training and management of community volunteers. The Wildlife in Common project is supported by HLF.
Closing date: 
8 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For further information about the role, and how to apply, please visit our website www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk/jobs

Location: 
Norwich

Supporter Database Assistant (22.5 hours per week) at the Somerset Wildlife Trust

Quick summary: 
Somerset Wildlife Trust is seeking a Supporter Database Officer to be responsible for overseeing and maintaining our supporter database. The role includes maintaining and improving the database, extracting and manipulating data, reporting, undertaking monthly payment and data analysis processes.

Working in the Fundraising and Marketing team, you will support donor recruitment, development and retention to maximise income and engagement by current and potential members and supporters. You will undertake data extractions and analysis to inform targeting and segmentation, and also support data input.

Job reference: 
SWT SDO
Salary: 
£21,115 to 22,660 pa pro-rata,
Closing date: 
8 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

If this sounds like the role for you, please apply by completing the Somerset Wildlife Trust Application Form, which can be found at www.somersetwildlife.org/vacancies. Return this to us at recruitment@somersetwildlife.org together with a covering letter highlighting how you match the knowledge, experience and skills requirements of the role.

Location: 
Taunton

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Membership Marketing Manager

Quick summary: 
Permanent full-time post based at Tyland Barn in Maidstone. A high profile role at the core of the Trust's strategic vision, working closely with the Marketing team to deliver increased numbers of new members and supporters. This is an opportunity for a unique and talented individual to develop income for the Trust.

This role draws together a number of tasks that are crucial to the long term financial security of Kent Wildlife Trust. As the successful candidate you will work closely with the Marketing team. Your ability to meet targets in line with budgets is a critical element of this role and you will rely on a broad mixture of skills built on wide, hands-on experience. Therefore your individual qualities will play a large part in determining the nature of the job and making it your own.

Salary: 
£29,523 - £32,881 DOE
Closing date: 
9 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Ed Charles on 01622 357803. For an application pack see attachments, or email dot.hughes@kentwildlife.org.uk 

Location: 
Tyland Barn, Maidstone, Kent

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Catering Manager (35 hours per week (Flexible working required inc weekends and Bank Holidays)

Quick summary: 
The post holder will be responsible for the day to day running of the Westport Lake Visitor Centre commercial operation - specifically the café, with responsibility too for conference bookings and the small retail offering.
Salary: 
£18,360 - £25,499 (Dependent upon experience and qualifications)
Closing date: 
10 May 2018 (All day)

Reserves Officer Buckinghamshire (North)

Quick summary: 
Contract: Permanent, full-time (35 hours per week)

The North of Buckinghamshire is rich in wildlife and is made up of a landscape of mixed farmland with scattered ancient woodlands and is home to several rare species including Bechstein’s bats, and both Black and Brown Hairstreak butterflies.

Salary: 
£21,575 per annum
Closing date: 
10 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

To apply for the post, please fill in an application form and email to recruitment@bbowt.org.uk. CVs will not be accepted. Please note that only successful applicants will be notified.

The closing date for applications is 9.00am on 10th May 2018.

Interviews will be held on the 24th May 2018 at Meadow Farm, near Bicester.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
 

Location: 
Meadow Farm, near Bicester

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Salmon in the Stour Senior Project Officer

Quick summary: 
The Salmon in the Stour Partnership is looking for a part-time (18.75 hours per week) Senior Project Officer to lead our work to restore the River Stour catchment. We’re looking for someone with experience of managing projects who is enthusiastic and knowledgeable about river ecology and restoration.

Salmon in the Stour Senior Project Officer

Salary: £24,131 full-time equivalent (actual £12,065.87) per annum

Hours of Work: Part-time: 2.5 days (18.75 hours) per week

Deadline for applications: 17:00 on Friday 11th May 2018.

Location: Birmingham, with regular travel throughout the River Stour catchment area

Duration: 12 months fixed-term

Salary: 
£24,131 full-time equivalent (actual £12,065.87) per annum
Closing date: 
11 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Simon Atkinson, Conservation Manager 0121 523 0094

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Our Bright Future Internship

Quick summary: 
Are you an outgoing person keen to develop your skills in improving the urban environment for people and wildlife? We are looking for an intern to assist with the delivery of our Big Lottery funded project, Our Bright Future. This is a great opportunity to gain experience of working within a conservation organisation and develop knowledge of Green Infrastructure, practical land management skills, transferable job skills and improved employability going forward.

The successful candidate will be helping to deliver our Our Bright Future project working with 11-24yr olds from Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury to improve their local spaces through a series of practical sessions. This will involve preparing course materials and tools and assisting at the sessions.

The role will be based at Robinswood Hill Country Park, Gloucester - some traveling to Tewkesbury and Cheltenham will be required so own transport preferable, but not essential.

This is a fixed-term 21 week contract working 17.5 hour per week.

Salary: 
£8.75 per hour
Closing date: 
11 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

jobs@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk

Location: 
Gloucester

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West Norfolk Reserves Manager

Quick summary: 
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is the county’s largest environmental charity, committed to the protection and enhancement of Norfolk’s wildlife and wild places. We are looking for an individual to lead our West Norfolk Reserves management team to deliver our conservation objectives on some of the County’s premier nature reserves. The benefits we can offer you: • The chance to work in a beautiful and environmentally unique area of the Country. • The opportunity to lead on the management of Roydon common, a complex of heath, mire, grassland and woodland extending over 365ha, one of the largest and arguably the finest inland nature reserves in the East of England. • A relocation allowance of up to £800 • An NWT vehicle for travel between sites. • 37½ hrs per week with some out of hours work for which time off in lieu is granted. • 20 days annual leave per annum plus statutory holidays, rising incrementally to 25 days per annum from 5 years employment. • Pension: employer contributes 7% of salary equivalent after completion of trial period, increasing to 8% after 3 years of continuous service
Salary: 
£28,000 to £30,000 per annum depending on experience
Closing date: 
13 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For further information about the role, and details on how to apply, please visit our website www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk/jobs

Location: 
West Norfolk

Community Engagement Ranger – Walthamstow Wetlands

Quick summary: 
London Wildlife Trust are partnered with London Borough of Waltham Forest as an activity partner for the Walthamstow Wetlands project.

To help deliver the Heritage Lottery funded activity plan for this, we are currently recruiting a Community Engagement Ranger. This is a great opportunity for you if you are passionate about urban nature conservation and want to get involved in a visionary project.

Salary: 
£21,789 per annum (pro rata as applicable from September 2018)
Closing date: 
14 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

To apply, please send a completed Candidate Details Form and Application Form to recruitment@wildlondon.org.uk

Closing date: Monday 14th May 2018 9:30am
Interview date: Tuesday 22nd May 2018

An enhanced DBS Check will be required for these roles. London Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities employer.
 

Location: 
Walthamstow Wetlands, N17 9NH

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Secrets of the Solent: Project Manager

Quick summary: 
We have recently been successful in receiving funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for an exciting project focusing on the marine environment. Consequently we now have a vacancy as a project manager. This post will lead and co -ordinate the delivery phase of the project over the next four years. For more information please click on the job title above.

Circa £28-30K pa, depending on qualifications and experience; 4 year fixed term contract; full-time 35 hours per week; post based at Curdridge, near Botley, Hampshire.

Salary: 
Circa £28 - £30k pa
Closing date: 
14 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For further information please email recruitment@hiwwt.org.uk or call our main number on 01489 774400.

Location: 
Curdridge, nr Southampton

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Secrets of the Solent: Community Engagement Officer

Quick summary: 
We have recently been successful in receiving funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for an exciting project focusing on the marine environment. Consequently we now have a vacancy as a Community Engagement Officer. This post will co -ordinate the delivery of community engagement and outreach elements of the project. For more information please click on the job title above.

Circa £24K pa, depending on qualifications and experience; 4 year fixed term contract; full-time 35 hours per week; post based at Curdridge, near Botley, Hampshire.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust has secured funding from Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting new four year project - Secrets of the Solent. The project will open people’s eyes to the world beneath the waves and the wonderful marine heritage they have right on their doorstep, encouraging local people and sea users to take positive action to protect the Solent.

Salary: 
Circa £24,000 pa
Closing date: 
14 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For further information please email recruitment@hiwwt.org.uk or call our main number on 01489 774400.

Location: 
Curdridge, nr Southampton

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Queenswood Heritage Gateway Project Officer

The Project Officer will be employed by Herefordshire Wildlife Trust (HWT), working in partnership with Herefordshire New Leaf with the aim of managing the Queenswood Heritage Gateway project.

The role will involve co-ordination of volunteers, contractors, people engagement activities, consultations with communities linked to Queenswood Country Park, project management of heritage linked outputs and partnership working with other organisations in Herefordshire.

The full role description and project summary are attached below.

Job reference: 
QWHG
Salary: 
£25,100 per annum (pro rata)
Closing date: 
14 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

James Hitchcock

01432 356872

j.hitchcock@herefordshirewt.co.uk

Location: 
Queenswood Country Park & Arboretum, Dinmore Hill, Nr. Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0PY

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Meres and Mosses Boglife

Quick summary: 
We are looking for trainees for the Marches Mosses BogLIFE project. The project aims to restore Britain’s 3rd largest lowland raised bog within the Fenn’s, Whixall & Bettisfield Mosses and Wem Moss NNRs near Whitchurch, Shropshire and Wrexham in Wales.

You will work on all aspects of the project, from practical habitat management to public engagement.

The post is based at the Natural England base at Whixall SY13 2PD.

The LIFE project is led by Natural England working in partnership with Natural Resources Wales and Shropshire Wildlife Trust. The multi-million pound project is supported by an EU LIFE grant.
 

Job reference: 
LIFE15 NAT/UK/000786
Salary: 
£8000 bursary
Closing date: 
18 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Data for Nature Project Manager

Quick summary: 
The Data for Nature Project is an exciting new project funded for 18 months duration by the Heritage Lottery Fund. We are looking for someone to oversee and manage the delivery of the Data for Nature Project. To develop and embed a robust, user friendly ecological monitoring system for the Trust’s nature reserves. To work with the Project Team to ensure the project meets or exceeds HLF requirements and meets all budget and reporting deadlines.

The ideal person will:

 

Job reference: 
DFNP-PM
Salary: 
£28130.08 pro rata (£5627.80 actual)
Closing date: 
18 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

To apply please download an application pack from www.wildsheffield.com/jobs or request one from the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust Human Resources Department.

Please email recruitment@wildsheffield.com, call the office on 0114 263 4335, or write to Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, 37 Stafford Road, Sheffield, S2 2SF. When you request an application pack please state where you saw this post advertised.

No C.V’s or agencies please.

Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust aims to make sure all staff, volunteers and service users have free access to accurate and impartial information, advice and guidance on training, education and career progression.

Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities employer.

Sheffield Wildlife Trust Registered Charity no 700638. Company no 2287928
 

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Data for Nature GIS Technical Specialist

Quick summary: 
The Data for Nature Project is an exciting new project funded for 18 months duration by the Heritage Lottery Fund. We are looking for someone to support the Senior Data Management and Monitoring Officer in the Data For Nature Project by establishing a user friendly, up-to-date GIS System that contributes to the Trusts’ ecological data management and monitoring framework. To oversee the installation of new GIS software with input from mentors/partners and deliver basic staff training to embed the software and its application within the Trust.

 

 

 

The ideal person will:

 

Job reference: 
DFNP-GIS
Salary: 
£21,991.25 pro rata (£4399.20 actual)
Closing date: 
18 May 2018 (All day)

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2 x Volunteer Trainee Nature Reserve wardens

Quick summary: 
Are you looking for experience in the environment sector as a nature reserve warden? We need people to help with the general and practical management of reserves in the Sevenoaks and Darent Valley area, whilst gaining experience working with and leading volunteer tasks, and gaining certificates for practical skills.

This is an unpaid 11-month voluntary role, however, travel expenses and a training programme will be provided.

Specifically, the role will involve practical management, working with and leading volunteers, working with stock graziers and Trust livestock, surveying and monitoring. You will currently be undertaking or recently have completed an HND/degree in countryside management or equivalent, or have a proven interest in the environment and actively seeking employment in this field.

Salary: 
This is an unpaid voluntary role however, travel expenses and a tailored training programme will be provided.
Closing date: 
18 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For a role description and application pack contact Dot Hughes on 01622 662012, email dot.hughes@kentwildlife.org.uk. For an informal discussion please contact Paul Glanfield on 07766 732214.

Closing date for applications is noon on Friday 4th May. Interviews will be held on Friday 18th May at our headquarters in Tyland Barn, Maidstone, Kent. 

Location: 
Sevenoaks and Darent Valley

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Social Media and Online Manager

Quick summary: 
Permanent contract Full time (37.5 hours a week)

Are you ready for a change and a challenge?
Are you an experienced and successful social media and online manager, who would like to use your skills to create, implement and lead Essex Wildlife Trusts social media and online strategy?

Job reference: 
SocialMed&OnlineManager
Salary: 
Salary £32,500 rising to £33,000 per annum (after completion of probation)
Closing date: 
21 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Please return your application to jobs@essexwt.org.uk or post to HR Department, Essex Wildlife Trust, Abbotts Hall Farm, Maldon Road, Great Wigborough, Colchester, Essex, CO5 7RZ

For more information E-mail: michelek@essext.org.uk or Tel: 01621 862963 or www.essexwt.org.uk

 

Location: 
Abbotts Hall Farm Gt Wigborough, Colchester,CO5 7RZ

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Supporter Development Manager

Quick summary: 
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust already enjoys the support of a committed and well-established membership base. Building on this firm foundation, we are seeking an experienced Supporter Development Manager to grow all aspects of our individual giving programmes throughout the supporter journey, using sound audience insight backed up by a new CRM system and a creative approach to reaching new supporters.

This is a permanent full-time role.

The role will develop and deliver cost-effective initiatives to maximise supporter recruitment, engagement and retention, from one-off donations, regular giving, appeals, In Memoriam and legacy giving. It will play a crucial role in achieving our ambitious fundraising targets in order to support the organisation’s growth.

Salary: 
£30,000
Closing date: 
21 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

jobs@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk

Location: 
Gloucester

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Events and Operations Officer

Quick summary: 
A fantastic opportunity to help deliver a programme of events, aimed at raising commercial income and widening the role of Kent Wildlife Trust via our 3 visitor centres across Kent. This is a fixed term full-time role for 3 years based in Maidstone, and across Kent.

A fantastic Events and Operations role, delivering events at our visitor centres with key responsibilities including:

To be considered you should be able to demonstrate the following:

Salary: 
£20,296 - £22,813
Closing date: 
21 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Joe Gluck on 01622 357905. For an application pack contact Dot Hughes on 01622 662012, email dot.hughes@kentwildlife.org.uk    Interviews will be held on 30th May.

Location: 
Tyland Barn, Maidstone, Kent

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Volunteer Trainee Reserves Officer

Quick summary: 
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust is seeking Volunteer Trainee Reserves Officers to join its Landscapes department.

This role offers an opportunity to gain practical work experience and training in practical and applied conservation work with a Wildlife Trust in beautiful Herefordshire. The role will see successful applicants working on the Trust’s 50+ different nature reserves, including Queenswood Country Park and Bodenham Lake, and is the ideal first step in gaining a career in conservation while making a positive contribution to the conservation of Herefordshire’s habitats and species.

Salary: 
This is not a salaried role but out of pocket expenses and other reasonable expenses are paid as agreed with the Estates Manager
Closing date: 
21 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

James Hitchcock, Estates Manager

01432 356872

j.hitchcock@herefordshirewt.co.uk

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Media and Marketing Manager

Quick summary: 
Permanent contract Full time (37.5 hours a week)

Do you want to give wildlife a greater voice in Essex?
Are you an experienced and successful marketer who would like to raise the profile of Essex Wildlife Trust and enable us to reach a more diversified audience?

We are a local conservation charity looking for an experience Media and Marketing Manager, who has experience of managing a team, delivering a media and marketing strategy and enhancing a brand.

This is an exciting opportunity to work across the whole organisation to secure, increase and diversify media coverage and marketing opportunities.

Job reference: 
Media&MarketingMan
Salary: 
Salary £29,500 per annum rising to £30,000 per annum (after completion of probation)
Closing date: 
22 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Please return your application to jobs@essexwt.org.uk or post to HR Department, Essex Wildlife Trust, Abbotts Hall Farm, Maldon Road, Great Wigborough, Colchester, Essex, CO5 7RZ

For more information E-mail: michelek@essext.org.uk or Tel: 01621 862963 or www.essexwt.org.uk
 

Location: 
Abbotts Hall Farm Gt Wigborough, Colchester,CO5 7RZ

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Land Management Foreman

Quick summary: 
Wild Service is growing and we wish to appoint a Land Management Foreman to lead and develop the Land Management department.

Wild Service is an Ecology and Land Management consultancy. We are a wholly owned subsidiary of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and Avon Wildlife Trust. The company delivers Ecological and Land management services to a broad base of clients throughout Gloucestershire, Bristol and Avon and beyond.

We aim to provide an exceptional level of service through the delivery of all types of land management and environmental mitigation projects. This will involve leading on, and managing fencing, forestry, access management, mitigation and other land based projects.

Salary: 
circa £23,000 plus pension and life insurance
Closing date: 
24 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

jobs@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk

Location: 
Gloucester, Gloucestershire

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Door to Door Recruiters

Quick summary: 
Can you help Essex Wildlife Trust to recruit new members? Do you enjoy talking to people? You don’t need to be a wildlife expert - just enthusiastic!

Hours: Flexible hours to suit: 10 -15 per week. Ideal for evening / weekend work. 

Location: In your local area. 

The Role: We need enthusiastic people with good communication skills, to recruit new members, usually in your local area. Full training and support provided. Own transport essential. Applicants need to be aged 18 or over.

Job reference: 
Door to Door
Salary: 
Generous commission with good earning potential.
Closing date: 
31 May 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

If you are interested in the role then please send a copy of your CV with a covering letter detailing why you feel you are suitable for the role to:

David Green
Tel: 01621 862964
Email: DavidG2@essexwt.org.uk

Essex Wildlife Trust, Abbotts Hall Farm, Great Wigborough, Colchester, CO5 7RZ 

Location: 
Essex

Wild Paths Traineeships

Quick summary: 
The Wild Paths Training Programme is designed to enable participants to gain a broad range of hands-on experience that will give them the skills and confidence to make a valuable contribution to the conservation of the natural heritage, and to communicate with, inspire and enthuse others about our natural heritage. It is ideal for someone who is looking for a career working outdoors with wildlife and people, but candidates do not need to have any prior formal training in this sector. Candidates will however need to demonstrate a genuine desire to work in natural heritage conservation.

There are 10 Practical and Engagement placements on offer across the South West, in Avon, Devon, Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire. Devon Wildlife Trust will be offering two trainee placements at Meeth Quarry, near Hatherleigh.

Salary: 
Unsalaried position, but a bursary of £1000 per month will be paid to the trainee
Closing date: 
7 June 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For more information about the traineeships and the application process, please click here. 
 

Location: 
Meeth Quarry

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Natural Prospects Traineeship

Quick summary: 
Do you love wildlife and working outdoors? Are you practical and willing to learn new skills? Ever thought about a career in wildlife conservation?

The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country will be providing a series of one-year practical conservation training placements to highly motivated individuals with a keen interest in wildlife and conservation.

Salary: 
Bursary £9,000 + Training budget £1,000
Closing date: 
25 June 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

For more details or enquiries please contact Jen on jennifer.j@bbcwildlife.org.uk or call her on 0121 523 0094

 

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Membership Ambassador

Quick summary: 
Full and Part Time positions

 

Interested in working for the only organisation concerned solely with the conservation of all forms of wildlife in Surrey?

Our team of membership ambassadors work at private sites, garden centres and country shows, raising awareness and bringing in vital revenue through membership.

Applicants must have a full driving licence as they will be working at various locations across Surrey.

Salary: 
£9.90 per hour plus commission
Closing date: 
29 June 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Call Brendan Kilby on 07967 575258 to find out more or download an application form.

Location: 
Across Surrey

Membership Sales Recruiter - Worcestershire

Quick summary: 
Are you looking to take your sales ability to the next level, with excellent earning potential and varied working environments?? South West Wildlife Fundraising Limited (SWWFL) is looking for self-motivated people to recruit members for Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

Our local wildlife is amazing and makes where we live unique and special. Hence, we’re looking for people who can inspire members of the public to support a fantastic local environmental charity through making a regular financial donation.

Our teams work at a range of quality venues across Worcestershire (booked by our in-house team) such as shops, garden centres, county shows and events. No street fundraising.

Salary: 
£10 - £20 per hour OTE, depending on performance
Closing date: 
31 July 2018 (All day)

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Seaton Jurassic Visitor Centre Catering Staff

Quick summary: 
Are you looking for a catering opportunity that offers a good work-life balance? Would you like to work in a newly built visitor centre with a spacious well equipped kitchen and a contemporary café?

Are you looking for a catering opportunity that offers a good work-life balance?

Would you like to work in a newly built visitor centre with a spacious well equipped kitchen and a contemporary café?

Seaton Jurassic is a new visitor attraction that engages people with East Devon’s unique geological, coastal and marine heritage. Alongside a series of hands-on activities, Seaton Jurassic has its very own cafe serving delicious local food.

We are looking for customer friendly people to join our team at Seaton Jurassic: -

Closing date: 
31 August 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Please contact the HR team on 01392 279244 if you have any questions.

Location: 
Seaton

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Member Recruiter

Quick summary: 
The Wildlife Trust is looking for friendly, independent and self-motivated people to encourage members of the public to join the Trust.

Our Charity Fundraisers work at venues (booked by our in-house team) such as local county shows/events, shops and garden centres.

If you have an interest in wildlife conservation and your local environment then we would love to hear from you. This is an excellent opportunity to bring your experience to a position where you can contribute directly to cause that you are passionate about.

Closing date: 
31 October 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 

Please contact us for more information:

HR@wildlifefundraising.org

0333 3207 273

www.wildlifefundraising.com

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Casual Catering Assistant (Zero Hour Contract. Weekend working only)

Quick summary: 
We are looking for someone with a friendly, professional personality to support the Supervisor in the day-to-day food & beverage operations at Westport Lake Cafe & Visitor Centre. You will help to ensure the facilities are accessible to all users and high standards are adhered to throughout.
Salary: 
National Minimum Wage
Closing date: 
31 December 2018 (All day)

Wildlife Supporter Officer/Membership Recruiter

Quick summary: 
Do you love Yorkshire, love wildlife? We are looking to grow our membership recruitment team and need enthusiastic and positive people to help us engage, inform and inspire new members to join us. Through increasing our membership you will be actively helping Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to continue protecting and conserving Yorkshire for future generations.

Our Membership Recruiters do more than just recruit new members, they genuinely love the natural world and talking to the public about the vital work that Yorkshire Wildlife Trust delivers.

We have flexible roles available across Yorkshire, and joining our team will enable you to fit your work around your lifestyle. Whilst a background in sales or fundraising is desirable, the ability to work alone with enthusiasm, positivity and a drive to exceed targets is essential.

Job reference: 
17.6.19
Salary: 
Starting salary of £17800 p.a. pro rata plus commission (rising to £21900 p.a. pro rata based on performance)
Closing date: 
31 December 2018 (All day)
Contact details: 
Location: 
Various opportunities across Yorkshire

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Wildlife Charity Membership Recruiters

Quick summary: 
Wildlife Lovers sought to represent Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.

South West Wildlife Fundraising Ltd (‘SWWFL’)
Average hourly rate £12.50, rising to over £20+ (uncapped)

Salary: 
Average hourly rate £12.50, rising to over £20+ (uncapped)
Closing date: 
1 January 2019 (All day)
Contact details: 

For further details please contact Hazel Fotheringham, Membership Sales Manager (hfotheringham@swwfl.co.uk) and Jo Huxtable (jhuxtable@swwfl.co.uk).

Location: 
Hampshire & Isle Of Wight

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