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REF 1023-DAILY-26/4 JOB CONSERVATION OFFICER – Wildlife Sites


BE4 26/4/10 IV 7/5/10 LOC NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
PAY Starting 18170 + pension FOR NORTHUMBERLAND WILDLIFE TRUST
DES Principally responsible for managing the non-statutory Local Sites system across Northumberland, which will involve
survey, mapping, advisory work & some land use planning. Work with partner organisations on campaigns, advocacy & policy,
with a focus on land use planning, biodiversity & agriculture. Working between the Tyne & the Tweed, this is an exciting
opportunity to join the region’s leading wildlife conservation organisation. BUT Proven track record in the conservation field
& a degree or equivalent vocational qualifications with survey skills in one of the principle areas, such as botany. Ability to
inspire & involve others essential. Membership of, or eligibility for, the IEEM is preferable. Outgoing personality, a desire to
make a real difference & good team player & networker. ASK www.nwt.org.uk or email or postal address to
laura.lowther@northwt.org.uk

REF 1024-DAILY-3/5 JOB RESERVES MANAGEMENT PLANNING OFFICER


BE4 5/5/10 IV 14/5/10 LOC SLIMBRIDGE
PAY 24379 – 25662 FOR WILDFOWL & WETLANDS TRUST
DES To support the Head of Reserves Management, working on design & implementation of best practice habitat &
species management across all our centres. This will primarily involve developing reserve management plans together with
site based staff, & helping to develop projects to enhance biodiversity management. This role will also advise on monitoring
processes to ensure best practice is implemented by other WWT staff, vols & contractors. BUT Educated to degree
standard or equiv with significant field skills & up-to-date knowledge of national & international conservation issues, wildlife
legislation & conventions. Ability to write detailed reports & high level of computer literacy essential. ASK www.wwt.org.uk
recruitment@wwt.org.uk HR Department, The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Slimbridge, Glos GL2 7BT

REF 1025-DAILY-3/5 JOB FORTH VALLEY & LOMOND LEADER DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
BE4 30/4/10 LOC STIRLING
PAY 23535 – 25746 FOR FORTH VALLEY & LOMOND LEADER LOCAL ACTION GROUP
DES Help stimulate the development of the rural Forth Valley & Lomond economy by providing project development
support to applicants & potential applicants to the LEADER programme, & by ensuring that full use is made of the LEADER
programme to the benefit of businesses & communities in the Forth Valley & Lomond area. BUT Knowledge of rural
development issues; good communication, presentation & interpersonal skills; organisational abilities; good IT / website skills;
2+ years’ relevant experience; experience of providing development support to community organisations; experience of
working within partnership organisations; relevant degree level qualification; self-starter; able to work on own or as part of a
multi-functional team. ASK Ref: STR0904. www.myjobscotland.gov.uk 0845 277 7000.

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REF 1026-DAILY-3/5 JOB NORTHERN CONSERVATION OFFICER


BE4 4/5/10 (9am) LOC RETFORD & NOTTINGHAM
PAY c 21000 + pension & other benefits FOR NOTTINGHAMSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST
DES To help deliver our vision of a Living Landscape for wildlife & people in the Idle Valley & beyond. Provide
conservation management advice to landowners, liaise closely with local authorities, & identify & pursue habitat creation
opportunities. Would suit an experienced conservation advisor or similar who is looking to take on a more challenging role.
Regular weekend, Bank Holiday & evening working required. BUT 2+ years’ relevant experience; motivated individual with

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excellent communication & organisational skills. CRB Disclosure. ASK www.nottinghamshirewildlife.org
cberry@nottswt.co.uk

REF 1027-DAILY-3/5 JOB EDUCATION OFFICER


BE4 30/4/10 LOC DELAMERE, CHESHIRE
PAY 23286 – 27365 FOR FORESTRY COMMISSION
DES Develop, promote & deliver our popular educational programme at Delamere which last year attracted 2000 school
children to visit the forest & enjoy various learning activities. This will also include working to increase the number of groups
visiting from urban areas. Includes weekends, evenings & bank holidays. BUT Teaching or youth work qualification;
experience of working outside the classroom with a diverse range of groups. Competent computer skills with MS Office
applications essential. CRB Disclosure. ASK Ref: 0000-33. www.forestry.gov.uk/vacancies

REF 1028-DIRECT-3/5 JOB CONSERVATION TEAM CO-ORDINATOR


BE4 30/4/10 IV 14/5/10 LOC NORTHERN IRELAND HEADQUARTERS - BELFAST
PAY 12000 – 14000 FOR RSPB
DES Provide comprehensive secretarial service & admin support. The work will be varied, from arranging travel
arrangements to helping organise events & attendance at agricultural shows. BUT Positive, supportive, 'can do' person with
office experience & good all round computer skills. Ability to organise yourself & others will be a particular strength. 2+ yrs
experience of providing admin support & keen interest in nature conservation. ASK www.rspb.org.uk/vacancies or A4 SAE
to Janice Ritchie, RSPB Northern Ireland Headquarters, Belvior Park Forest, Belfast, BT8 7QT

REF 1029-DAILY-26/4 JOB PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR – Derwent Foreshore Project


BE4 28/4/10 LOC BORROWDALE, CUMBRIA
PAY 25996 FOR NATIONAL TRUST
DES 18 months. Partnership project led by the NT & Allerdale District Council to rejuvenate an area of outstanding beauty
around Keswick. A champion of our ambition, you’ll balance access, enjoyment, interpretation & educational needs. Reaching
new & broader audiences all the time, implement the Audience Development Action Plan by involving local authorities,
agencies, partners & communities. Lead a dedicated team of volunteers & run a range of activities & events to promote the
project’s aims. Evaluate the project’s outcomes, oversee various budgets & report your findings to the Derwentwater
Foreshore Management Board. Developing partnerships as well as activities & volunteer involvement will be key. BUT
Passionate about exceptional visitor experience & caring for historic places. Ideally knowledge of Derwentwater Foreshore’s
history, especially the issues affecting access to the countryside. Skilled project manager who has delivered & evaluated a
number of diverse projects. CRB check. ASK Ref: NT10/05023. http://bit.ly/NT5023

857-DAILY-7/6 The post for Assistant Farm Environment Consultant with CLM in CJS Weekly dated 29 March should have
had a closing date of 16 April not 8 June.

REF 1030-DIRECT-26/4 JOB TRAINEE TUTOR (GEOGRAPHY)


BE4 23/4/10 (noon) IV wb 3/5/10 LOC DERRYGONNELLY FIELD CENTRE, NORTHERN IRELAND
PAY 10734 + accom & meals when on duty FOR FIELD STUDIES COUNCIL
DES Fixed term for 11 months initially. To be trained in the skills needed to become an effective educator outside the
classroom. BUT Degree in geography or closely related subject essential, first aid cert desirable. Experience of working with
children & / or informally with groups & of fieldwork. Excellent communication skills & good ICT skills to effectively support
learning. ASK Both posts: Chat: Noel Elliott, 028686 41673. Apply: www.field-studies-council.org

REF 1031-DAILY-3/5 JOB PEOPLE & WILDLIFE OFFICER


BE4 30/4/10 IV 17/5/10 LOC NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
PAY 18710 – 19486 FOR NORTHUMBERLAND WILDLIFE TRUST
DES To March 2012. To deliver our ‘Living waterways’ project in partnership with the Environment Agency. The project will
work to improve the status of watercourses with better management, habitat creation & other initiatives for BAP species &
habitats. Critically the approach will focus on engaging lcal communities with the management of urban waterways &
associated green-spaces relevant to Flood Risk management. Work in partnership with local communities & Environment
Agency staff to develop & deliver an integrated programme of activities. BUT Confident & innovative; knowledgeable about
watercourse management, enthusiastic about environmental engagement; experience of working with a range of audiences;
solid project management & people skills. CRB Disclosure. ASK www.nwt.org.uk or email or postal address to
laura.lowther@northwt.org.uk

REF 1032/3-DAILY-24/5 LOC SAYERS CROFT FIELD CENTRE, SURREY


BE4 22/5/10 FOR SAYERS CROFT ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONAL TRUST
JOB (REF) PAY DES / BUT
Graduate Assistant Instructor (SG1) 6000 + accom & meals 1 year fixed term. Highly respected
local authority residential centre in a beautiful site consisting of woodlands, meadows, ponds & fields located near the Surrey /
Sussex border. It has been providing quality outdoor experiences for young people for over 70 years. This position would suit
a graduate or equivalent who is interested in embarking on a career in outdoor & environmental education & wishes to gain
practical first hand experience. The post will involve teaching sessions for residential groups or day visits, mainly for primary &
lower secondary age children. Topics include environmental education, adventure, craft & challenge activities. Work alongside
experienced Instructors delivering specialist sessions & develop your teaching style. Also undertake practical conservation &
grounds management tasks. Some weekends & evenings.
Community Education Officer - Environment (MZ 1) c 21000 The position will suit a graduate or
equivalent. You will run a comprehensive activity programme for individuals, families, local schools & other groups with
emphasis on those who would not otherwise have access due to physical, mental, financial, cultural or social circumstances.
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Special Needs Group visits, Youth Clubs for various ages, themed birthday parties & team-building challenges. Weekend &
evening working will be involved & local residence will thus be essential. Both posts: We provide training, coaching & further
qualifications in a wide range of environmental education, adventurous & team building activities. ASK
www.sayerscrofttrust.org.uk App pack: Simon.gould@sayers-croft.org.uk

REF 1034/5-DIRECT-3/5 JOB FIELD TEACHER (2 POSTS)


BE4 4/5/10 IV 12/5/10 LOC DOLYGAER OUTDOOR EDUCATION CENTRE
PAY 10.59 per hour FOR RSPB
DES Part-time, dependent on school bookings. Inspire & enthuse young people about wildlife & conservation with hands-
on activities. Working in a team, you will be creative in designing activities for young people. BUT Experience of working
with children & be comfortable working outdoors. Knowledge of the Welsh education system would advantageous. Effective
communicator through the medium of Welsh. ASK www.rspb.org.uk/vacancies or send A4 SAE to Cheryl Hodges, RSPB
Cymru, Sutherland House, Castlebridge, Cowbridge Road East, Cardiff,CF11 9AB

REF 1036-DAILY-26/4 JOB CARBON REDUCTION OFFICER


BE4 23/4/10 IV 30/4/10 LOC TIGHNABRUAICH
PAY YES FOR KILFINAN COMMUNITY FOREST COMPANY
DES Fixed term contract for 11 months until end March 2011, for fully registered Scottish charity. BUT Able to work on
own initiative & start immediately. IT literate with good communication skills & a full drivers licence. ASK
www.kilfinancommunityforest.com/climatechallenge Michaela Hunter, 01700811809.

REF 1037-DIRECT-3/5 JOB SENIOR ECOLOGIST


BE4 30/4/10 LOC CARDIFF
PAY YES Negotiable FOR DAVID CLEMENTS ECOLOGY LTD
DES The work involves some unsocial hours & includes: ecological surveys & assessment reports; management plans,
method statements, mitigation & enhancement strategies; ecology-related planning & development work; applications for
protected species licences; BREEAM & CSH assessments; commissioned research for statutory agencies, local authorities &
other bodies. BUT Enthusiastic, independent, self-reliant & flexible senior. Good biological degree & 3+ years’ rel
professional experience. Excellent field skills, incl botanical & habitat survey to Phase 1level+ & pref NVQ level. Fauna skills
highly desirable; bat licence a distinct advantage. Familiar with wildlife law, planning & development matters & related
conservation & ecological policy; excellent report writing, communication, organisational & workplace IT skills. Fit, full clean
driving licence & own car. Highly field-skilled but less professionally experience may be considered at Ecologist grade. ASK
www.dce.org.uk CV & covering letter to clements-d@dce.org.uk David Clements Ecology Ltd, Carlton House, 5 Herbert
Terrace, Penarth, Glamorgan CF64 2AH

REF 1038-DAILY-3/5 JOB TEAM MEMBER


BE4 ? LOC LYDNEY, GLOUCESTERSHIRE
PAY YES Negotiable FOR COINROS COUNTRYSIDE SERVICES
DES To join 3 person team of cside contractors. Our work as sub contractors to some of the major companies in the
forestry / countryside industry incl tree planting, hedge laying, vegetation control, chemical application & fencing. BUT Hard
working, used to early starts; flexible approach to work. PA1 & PA6 spraying, chainsaw & brush cutter certs. ASK In the first
instance email coinros@tesco.net listing quals & experience.

REF 1039-DIRECT-3/5 JOB SEASONAL SPECIES OFFICER


BE4 ? LOC ABERYSTWYTH, LLANDEILO or PEMBROKE DOCK
PAY Starting 19429 FOR COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR WALES
DES Fixed term for 8 months from May 2010. Help deliver our responsibilities for protected species of fauna & flora across
our West Region. BUT Good understanding in a rel subject i.e. botany, zoology, ecology, env studies; knowledge of nature
conservation issues esp related to protected species; working knowledge of wildlife legislation; ability to negotiate with a wide
range of people incl landowners & planners; good written & spoken communication & presentation skills, with ability to write
clearly for a wide range of target audiences; initiative & enterprise; team worker; working knowledge of practical & H&S issues
related to dealing wth protected species; working knowledge of IT data systems; UK driving licence; awareness of Welsh
culture, ability to use basic Welsh conversational phrases. Desirable: ability to currently & legally visit bat roosts in Wales;
fluency in spoken Welsh. ASK Ref: 000874. www.ccw.gov.uk c.jones@ccw.gov.uk 01970 631160.

REF 1040/2-DAILY-26/4 JOB THREE LITTLE TERN WARDENS


BE4 23/4/10 LOC GRONANT DUNES
PAY 4396 (4 months) / 3297 (3 months) FOR DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
DES 1 x 4 months, 2 x 3 months. Seasonal from 1/5/10. The Little Tern is one of Britain’s rarest sea birds. The colony at
Gronant is consistently one of the most productive sites in the UK & currently the only breeding colony in Wales. During the
breeding season the terns nesting site needs protection against disturbance by visitors & predation by birds of prey, crows &
foxes. The perimeter fencing needs to be maintained & any predators threatening the colony must be actively discouraged.
Oversee the site on a rota, providing 7 days a week cover, & provide basic information to visitors. BUT Flexible approach as
there is occasional evening work; knowledge of the Welsh language desirable. ASK Chat: Garry Davies, Senior Countryside
Warden, 01745 356197.

REF 1043-DAILY-26/4 JOB COUNTRYSIDE MANAGER (Cliveden Property Group)


BE4 23/4/10 LOC CLIVEDEN, MAIDENHEAD
PAY 26000 FOR NATIONAL TRUST
DES Covering a range of NT countryside areas, assist the General Manager by developing & delivering conservation
plans & overseeing the countryside operational work. Managing stakeholder relationships is key. It will be challenging at times,
with different views as to how best to manage land. You’ll be a proud ambassador of our aims, taking responsibility for the

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land management & countryside team while helping to develop each area’s business plan. Increase the public’s access &
enjoyment by engaging with local organisations, learning establishments, communities & businesses. Manage colleagues &
volunteers involved in various conservation projects, overseeing large budgets & multi-site plans whilst delivering against
targets. BUT Experience within conservation & land management / planning essential. Confident & diplomatic, with first-
class negotiation skills, comfortable influencing stakeholders & partners. ASK Ref: NT10/05091.
www.nationaltrustjobs.org.uk

REF 1044-DAILY-10/5 JOB MEMBERSHIP MANAGER


BE4 7/5/10 IV 12/5/10 LOC EDINBURGH or PITLOCHRY
PAY c 25000 + 5% pension FOR JOHN MUIR TRUST
DES / BUT The Trust is a growing & dynamic organisation that owns & manages some of the finest wild landscapes in
this country including Ben Nevis. It works closely with local people both on its own properties & in community-led partnerships.
The continual threat to wild land from inappropriate development has seen our campaigning & policy work expand. The John
Muir Award is the main educational initiative which enables thousands of people each year to engage positively with their
environment. The Trust has 10,000 members & 2000+ supporters, a proven track record of securing funds from charitable
Trusts, companies, Lottery distributors, major donors & members. To allow for the continued development of the Trust there is
a need to maintain & expand the membership & supporter base. The key aspects of the job are to build relationships with
existing members / supporters & recruit new members to the Trust. ASK http://www.jmt.org/job-vacancies.asp David
Picken, 0131 554 0114 development@jmt.org

CJ's family expands.


On the brink of extinction – Zoo keepers breed world’s last colony of Partula faba snails
One of the world’s most endangered animal species is successfully breeding at Bristol Zoo Gardens.
The tiny young French Polynesian tree snails are just 2mm long and are the latest arrivals in the last population of these snails
left anywhere in the world.
Partula faba is endemic to the Island of Raiatea, is extinct in the
wild, and these last snails have recently been given to Bristol Zoo
Gardens in a critical effort to help save the species from total
extinction through conservation breeding. The zoo has added to its
own colony of Partula faba with snails given to it by Durrell Wildlife
Trust and Imperial College London. The last delivery of snails was
taken by the zoo in February.
Invertebrate experts at the Zoo are carefully nurturing the colony of
88 snails in a custom-built, climate controlled room in the Zoo’s
Bug World – the only place in the world where these snails can
now be found. The group have now produced 15 offspring – a
significant boost to efforts to save the species. Grier Ewins, is one
of the team of keepers who look after the rare snails. She said:
“Tree snails are incredibly endangered, with Partula faba being
one of the most endangered of them all – they really are on the
edge of survival. It shows just how important the role of zoos and
other conservation organisations are in helping to breed and
Newly born Partula Faba snail [photo credit: Jenny Spencer] protect endangered species, otherwise we risk losing many
species forever, which would be a tragedy for us and future generations of people.”
French Polynesian tree snails have been decimated by invasive snails which were introduced to the islands in the 1970s.
Between the mid 1970s and mid 1990s an estimated 80 per cent of tree snail species were lost. Loss of habitat, due to highly
invasive plants such as the South American velvet tree, is also changing the landscape of the islands and adversely affecting
the wildlife.
Currently 20 Partula species have been saved from extinction by Zoos and Universities; 15 are classified as extinct in the wild
and five are critically endangered. Five species of Polynesian tree snail are being kept at Bristol Zoo, all of which are part of
an international captive breeding programme to save the species.
Bristol Zoo’s Curator of Invertebrates, Warren Spencer, explains his hopes for the future of this species: “Although Raiatean
tree snails are extinct in the wild, Bristol Zoo hopes to work with its conservation partners to release some snails into safe
‘zones’ – reserves - back on the island of Raiatea and then to the surrounding area of a new reserve,” he said. “However, this
can only be done once we have successfully removed or controlled the spread of the predatory ‘cannibal snail’ which was
responsible for this species’ extinction.”

REF 1045-DAILY-3/5 JOB GENERAL MANAGER


BE4 4/5/10 IV 10/5/10 LOC WWT SLIMBRIDGE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE
PAY ‘Attractive salary’ FOR WILDFOWL & WETLANDS TRUST
DES Award winning visitor centre with 325ha of world-class wetlands set against a spectacular Severn estuary backdrop.
We have recently benefited from a multi-million pound investment. Take the centre forward, ensure its effective operation &
growth. This exciting role involves a wide range of responsibilities including the overall day to day management of the centre,
development of business opportunities & promotion of the centre & our vital conservation work. BUT Experience of running
& managing a commercial operation essential, knowledge gained within a visitor attraction beneficial. Ability to communicate,
motivate & use IT effectively & empathy with our conservation work essential. ASK www.wwt.org.uk
recruitment@wwt.org.uk HR Department, The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Slimbridge, Glos GL2 7BT

REF 1046-DIRECT-3/5 JOB DEVELOPMENT MANAGER


BE4 ? LOC LONDON
PAY YES FOR THE OTESHA PROJECT UK

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DES Initial 3 months, with potential to develop into a permanent leadership position. Youth-led charity combining sport &
the arts to mobilise young people to adopt more sustainable lifestyles & become advocates for social & env change. This is an
opportunity to take on a leadership role in a small but growing org. Work closely alongside the Project Director on a strategic
development level, helping to promote oour existing work & shape future opportunities. BUT Excited about building
partnerships with schools, youth clubs, local authorities, funding bodies & young people across a diversity of backgrounds &
interests; strong outreach / marketing & sales skills. Passionate about developing young people’s leadership skills; growing
interest in sustainability & thrive in an entrepreneurial env. You love a challenge & have loads of ideas. ASK
otesha.org.uk/jobs

REF 1047-DIRECT-10/5 JOB RESERVES OFFICER (PITSFORD RESERVOIR)


BE4 6/5/10 IV 14/5/10 LOC NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
PAY 17000 – 18000 FOR Wildlife Trust For Beds, Cambs, Northants & Peterborough
DES Join the dynamic reserves team managing over 45 reserves in the county incl limestone grassland, ancient woodland
& former gravel pits. Focus on Pitsford Reservoir Nature Reserve, near Northampton, an important wetland & wildfowl habitat
with woodland & grassland. The post will be managing & enhancing this important SSSI whilst ensuring accessibility for public
enjoyment . BUT Chainsaw & brushcutter quals, driving licence & first aid certificate, understanding of the principles of
ecology & habitat management essential. Able to lead & motivate vols, & prepared to undertake a wide variety of practical &
office based tasks. ASK Jane Pearman, Reserves Manager, jane.pearman@wildlifebcnp.org 01604 405285 Apply: The
Wildlife Trust, Lings House, Northampton, NN3 8BE www.wildlifebcnp.org

REF 1048-DIRECT-3/5 JOB WILDLIFE SITES FIELD OFFICER


BE4 30/4/10 IV 13/5/10 LOC BICKLEY, CHESHIRE*
PAY 18000 + benefits FOR CHESHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST
DES * Will involve travel throughout Cheshire. Ideally full time however we will consider applicants able to commit to 4
days per week only. Opportunity to make a real difference to conserving the natural env by being part of a team identifying,
designated [yes] & managing Local Wildlife Sites to create a region richer in wildlife. Initial contract to April 2011 with likely
extension. BUT Ideally educated to degree level in an env or rel discipline. Experience of carrying out habitat surveys &
writing management plans as well as good botanical id skills. Well organised, self motivated & excellent communicator, able to
work with vols, land managers & partner orgs. Full driving license & own vehicle essential. ASK 01948 820728
elarkham@cheshirewt.cix.xo.uk www.cheshirewildlifetrust.co.uk

REF 1049/50-DAILY-17/5 JOB ECOLOGY (FIELDWORKER) x 2


BE4 ? LOC 1 x FALKIRK or DALRY, 1x INVERNESS
PAY YES FOR NATURAL POWER
DES Responsible for carrying out ecological surveys which incl onshore & offshore bird surveys, water quality monitoring,
vegetation / habitat surveys, meteorological monitoring & mammal surveys. You will be expected to produce reports &
maintain the field sheets & work logs. BUT Good knowledge of British birds & protected animal species ^& awareness of the
env issues affecting wind farms in the UK. Ideally hold an ecological / environmental degree or equiv. Good experience in bird
surveying with recognised methodological approaches & ecology fieldwork. Experience using ESAS & MMO training for
offshore monitoring for marine developments advantageous. ASK www.naturalpower.com/jobs

Voluntary Opportunities, all current volunteer adverts are available online:


REF VOL-DIRECT-26/4 JOB CONSERVATION TRAINEE, RESERVES (BERKSHIRE) x 2
BE4 26/4/10 (9am) LOC MAIDENHEAD, BERKSHIRE
PAY Training budget & limited travel expenses FOR BERKS, BUCKS & OXON WILDLIFE TRUST
DES 3 days per week for 6-12 months. Chance to undertake a long-term structured trainee programme. Your rle will be
soley reserve-based, supporting the team with the practical management of all reserves in the county. Tasks will incl habitat
restoration, livestock work, maintenance of site infrastructure & working closely with vol teams. Training budget incl externally
certified training in First Aid at Work & the NPTC CS30/CS31 certs in felling small trees with chainsaws. BUT Essential:
desire to work in UK wildlife conservation; good level of physical fitness & strength; willingness to use power tools (training
provided); ability to work with a range of people from different age groups & backgrounds; willingness to develop skills &
standards of workmanship required in wildlife management. Desirable: mechanical aptitude; valid driving licence; trailer
handling experience; experience of similar work; willingness to supervise & lead others; rel education & / or experience. ASK
01865 775476 volunteeringjobs@bbowt.org.uk

REF VOL-DIRECT-17/5 + 26/4 LOC KENDAL, STAVELEY & KESWICK


BE4 See below FOR THE TOURISM & CONSERVATION PARTNERSHIP
JOB DES / BUT
Fundraising Assistants Kendal / Staveley. BE4 23/4/10.
Charity Launch Events Assistants Keswick. BE4 17/5/10. Both: An exciting range of opportunities are available with
many more to follow for a Cumbrian based charity. The work will be focused on fundraising for local conservation projects &
promoting our new charity brand., Nurture Lakeland. We need people to help talk about our charity, explain the benefits of our
projects & also to raise funds for these projects whilst helping with activities at events & donation collections. Time slots for
positions are flexible & are 3-4 hours in length for one day. Ideal for someone looking for experience in a conservation charity
& such opportunities will provide a real chance to give something back to the beautiful env that we live in, whilst developing
new skills & meeting new people. BUT No specific skills required, just people who want to make a difference. Enthusiastic,
organised with good communication skills & enjoy working with others. ASK / Chat Oliver or Tiffany, 01539 822622.

REF VOL-DIRECT-14/6 JOB VOLUNTEER COUNTRYSIDE WARDEN x 2


BE4 12/6/10 LOC PEAK DISTRICT
PAY Travel expenses, training & accom FOR THE NATIONAL TRUST

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DES To assist in the conservation, maintenance & development of the High peak & Longshaw properties. Work alongside
the wardens & other vols to complete outdoor & indoor practical tasks in a variety of weather conditions. Work will be on all
types of terrain & ground conditions. Use & maintain tools, machinery & equipment. Develop practical land management skills.
Maintain good working relationships with tenants, farmers, neighbours, other vol orgs, local communities & local authorities.
Welcome & liaise with visitors by providing information & guidance. Protective clothing & PPE provided. BUT Knowledge of
the peak District desirable. Awareness of the NT’s work essential. Excellent communication skills, confident & approachable
manner, able to cope with varying pressures, enjoy talking to people, driving licence & fit & active essential. Enjoy working
outdoors, experience of using hand tools, confident map reader, experience of tow way radios & First Aid cert desirable. ASK
Rachel, Rachel.mora-bannon@nationaltrust.org.uk 07867906168.

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BE4 14/5/10 IV w/c 24/5/10 LOC LEICESTER
PAY * see below FOR LEICESTERSHIRE & RUTLAND WILDLIFE TRUST
DES *Training & clothing allowance & £300 per month contribution towards living costs. 6-12 month placement, 4-5 days
per week, no accommodation provided. Assist the Reserves Officer in carrying out practical tasks on the reserves & help
manage the vol group. This placement will equip you with a wide variety of skills & experience in practical habitat
management, group leadership, & use of a variety of power & hand tolls, amongst others. Training: first aid at work, pesticide,
chainsaw. BUT Computerate, great communication & organisational skills, full driving license, good sense of humour,
enthusiastic, ability to use initiative & motivate others. Previous experience desirable but not essential. ASK John Bristow,
Brock's Hill Environment Centre, Washbrook Lane, Oadby LE2 5 JJ jbristow@lrwt.org.uk

REF VOL-DIRECT-3/5 JOB VOLUNTEER TRAINEE ASSISTANT – Bringing Quarries Alive


BE4 29/4/10 (noon) IV wb 3/5/10 LOC YORK
PAY Travel & out of pocket expenses, training budget FOR YORKSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST
DES Initial 5 months with possible extension to end of March 2011. To assist with the delivery of env education on our
Bringing Quarries Alive project – a partnership between YWT & Tarmac. You will be provided with experience of working with
children & of working in a large conservation org, as well as opportunities to develop your knowledge & experience of env
education & identification skills. The position will involve travelling across North Yorkshire between York & the quarries near
Ripon & Skipton. BUT If you have a passion for wildlife, enjoy working outdoors & are looking for experience & training in
env education, take your first step towards a rewarding career & apply to day. ASK Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, 1 St. George’s
Place, York YO24 1GN 01904 659570 info@ywt.org.uk www.ywt.org.uk

REF VOL-DIRECT-10/5 JOB YOUTH & SCHOOLS VOLUNTEER OFFICER (VO)


BE4 N/A LOC CAMBORNE, CORNWALL
PAY VOLUNTARY FOR BTCV Cornwall
DES We are looking for a volunteer to join our Youth & Schools Project working with 16-25 year olds on a variety of
environmental projects. You'll get loads of practical conservation work experience as well as a grounding in leading,
supervising & training young people. We also offer significant free training incl an NVQ in env conservation. Based at our
sustainable offices in the heart of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, this is a great way to work towards a job in the env
or youth sectors. BUT You will need to be confident, outgoing & relish the challenge of working with teenagers. Must be
over 21 & pref able to commit to 8+ month placement & must have a full driving licence (2+ years). If you are 25 or under you
may be able to get up to £60 per week in volunteering allowances. We offer lots of free training in return incl the NVQ Level II
in Environmental Conservation. ASK 01209 610610 B.Levene@btcv.org.uk

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REF Re-ad-SUNDAYTIMES-26/4 LOC GRANTHAM & PERTH, SCOTLAND
BE4 25/4/10 FOR WOODLAND TRUST
JOB DES / BUT
Head of Woodland Creation Grantham
Head of Partnerships Grantham
Scotland Director Perth All posts: The Trust has a new strategic plan with ambitious goals. We are
seeking outstanding forward-thinking professionals with exceptional communication & relationship development skills to
accept the challenge & make their mark in a growing org. PAY 40000 - 50000 ASK www.naturalleaders.co.uk

REF 1051/2-WFC-26/4 LOC FARNHAM & MANSFIELD


BE4 26/4/10 FOR FORESTRY COMMISSION

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JOB (REF) PAY DES
Sustainable Buildings Surveyor & Wood Fuel Champion (0001-15) 21966 – 26692 Farnham, Surrey. Opportunity to
work at the cutting edge of sustainable building management with a wider remit to promote wood fuel in the South Downs
National Park & & the North Kent Downs AONB. As part of the SE England wood fuel pilot project team, you will be expected
to keep up to date with both technological advances & grant schemes.
Assistant Land Agent (Wind Energy)(0002-6) 29050 – 34480 Mansfield, Sherwood. You’ll be at
the forefront of the wind energy development initiative with partnerships for Renewables (PfR). As the principal FC contact for
PfR, you’ll take forward plans for a number of forest locations for wind farms already identified across England, with more to
be considered as the partnership progresses. Involves extensive UK travel. BUT Qual member of RICS (rural, general or
commercial); experienced project manager who has worked with a variety of stakeholders. ASK
www.forestry.gov.uk/vacancies

REF 1053-FARMGUARD-26/4 JOB EXTENSION OFFICER


BE4 26/4/10 LOC ABERYSTWYTH
PAY 30594 – 35469 FOR ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY
DES / BUT Grassland Development Centre. 4 yrs fixed term. Institute of Biological Environmental & Rural Sciences. ASK
Ref: IBERS.10.07-CJS www.aber.ac.uk/hr vacancies@aber.ac.uk 01970 628555

REF 1054/5-GUARDIAN-26/4 LOC KEW, LONDON


BE4 23/4/10 FOR ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS KEW
JOB PAY DES / BUT
Senior Project Manager c 37000
Intranet Development Manager c 30000 ASK www.kew.org/aboutus/jobs

REF 1056-GUARDIAN-3/5 JOB SENIOR ADVISOR – CLIMATE CHANGE


BE4 30/4/10 LOC BEDFORD
PAY 37309 FOR HIGHWAYS AGENCY
DES Proactively supporting organisational compliance with government targets, gather & circulate data affecting planned
activities & research ways the Agency can exercise mitigating & adapting influence. BUT Significant experience in this field;
experience of sharing knowledge & best practice. Experience in policy design desirable. ASK Ref: HA/16/10/Ext.
www.civilservice.gov.uk/jobs

REF 1057-GUARDIAN-17/5 JOB CHIEF EXECUTIVE


BE4 14/5/10 IV 28/5/10 & 10/6/10 LOC LONDON
PAY Starting 43893 pro rata FOR CAMPAGN FOR NATIONAL PARKS
DES 4 days / wk. Our current CEO is stepping down after 7 years & we are looking for a special person to take over.
BUT Entrepreneurial flair grounded in solid senior management experience. First class communication skills & vision to take
CNP forward; ability to bring many different partners along with you; adept networker & strategic thinker; passionate about the
value & importance of National Parks. ASK Chat: Kathy Moore, current CEO, 020 7924 4077 x 225. Apply: www.cnp.org.uk
0207924 4077 & press 4 to leave a message.

REF 1058-PRESS&JOURNAL-3/5 JOB GHILLIE


BE4 ? LOC RIVER NAVER, SUTHERLAND
PAY YES + accom FOR SPORTING ESTATE
DES Position also incl some stalking & general estate duties. 3 bedroom centrally heated house available. Opportunity for
part time house keeping in secondary Lodge for partner. BUT Experienced & self motivated. ASK Apply with full CV to
Sarah Tyson BSc FRICS FAAV, CKD Galbraith, 5 Commerce Street, Elgin IV30 1BS sarah.tyson@ckdgalbraith.co.uk
01343 546362 www.ckdgalbraith.co.uk

REF 1059-FORESTRYJOURNAL-3/5 JOB FORESTER


BE4 ? LOC INVERNESS
PAY YES FOR CKD GALBRAITH
DES Duties incl all aspects of woodland management for a variety of private & commercial clients. BUT Rel academic
quals, operational experience; proven track record in forest management & prepared to work as part of the Forestry team;
hands-on proactive approach to workload.Excellent organisational & communication skills, good level of IT competence &
ability to deliver a professional service to our clients. Full driving icence essential. ASK CV, letter & current salary details to
John MacKay, CKD Galbraith, Reay House, 17 Old Edinburgh Road, Inverness IV2 3HF john.mackay@ckdgalbraith.co.uk

REF 1060-FORESTRYJOURNAL-17/5 JOB SENIOR CONSULTANT – FORESTRY & ASSISTANT CONSULTANT


BE4 14/5/10 LOC DOLLAR, CENTRAL SCOTLAND
PAY YES + car, pension & profit share scheme FOR EAMONN WALL & CO
DES Duties are varied incl woodland design & management, investment & estate forestry, urban & native woodland
management, tree planting projects, grant applications, project management, contracting & consultancy. We offer excellent
career prospects right up to Director level. BUT A personable, detailed & professional approach is of utmost importance &
GIS skills are essential. ASK CV & letter to Eamonn Wall FICFor, Managing Director, Eamonn Wall & Co Ltd, 15 West
Burnside, Dollar, Clackmannanshire FK14 7DP 01259 743212

REF 1061-TELEGRAPH-10/5 JOB OUTREACH OFFICER


BE4 7/5/10 11.30pm LOC WALPOLE PARK
PAY 20000 – 24999 FOR LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING
DES Support the development & implementation of an Education & Outreach Programme that seeks to encourage stake-
holding, interest in & enjoyment of the park by the wider community, & to contribute to the sustainability of this important

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heritage site. BUT Experience of working with community, voluntary & statutory sectors. Able to communicate effectively
with a wide range of people of all ages incl children & young people, essential. Experience of effective research, consultation
& other methodologies giving voice to communities in the development of community facilities essential. Work experience in a
museum, historic park/garden ot other heritage env advantageous. Able to work flexible hours incl evening & weekend. ASK
Ref: 0459155-CJS Chat: Jane Newman 020 88258990 www.ealing.gov.uk

REF 1062-FORESTRYJOURNAL-3/5 JOB FOREST MANAGER


BE4 30/4/10 LOC PERTH
PAY YES FOR BELL INGRAM
DES To join the team of Forest Managers providing a comprehensive woodland management service for our clients.
BUT Suitable forestry qual with practical experience, good IT & communication skills, GIS / Mapping experience desirable.
Would suit recently qualified person. Full driving licence essential. ASK CV & letter to Richard G Till BSc (Hons) For
MICFor, Forestry Director, Bell Ingram Ltd, Durn, Isla Road, Perth PH2 7HF Richard.till@bellingram.co.uk

REF 1063-FORESTRYJOURNAL3/5 JOB FORESTRY MANAGER


BE4 ? LOC INVERNESS
PAY YES FOR STRUTT & PARKER
DES Opportunity to develop & build the forestry management & advice enterprise within the Highland Region & add to the
existing management portfolio & the forestry team as required. BUT Proficient in all aspects of new woodland creation,
established commercial & amenity woodland management & able to advise on & managhe all aspects of SRDP & alternative
grant subsidies. Skills in digital mapping desirable. ASK Apply in confidence to Andrew Hamilton, Strutt & Parker LLP, 9-11
Bank Lane, Inverness IV1 1WA Andrew.Hamilton@struttandparker.com

REF 1064/5-HORTWEEK-3/5 LOC BRODICK CASTLE, ISLE OF ARRAN


BE4 3/5/10 IV w/c 24/5/10 FOR THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR SCOTLAND
Brodick Castle garden contains a woodland garden merging into the wider landscape. An exciting project is underway to
revitalise the woodland & shelterbelts damaged by storms to ensure the ongoing survival if this famous garden.
JOB PAY DES / BUT
Gardener – Propagator 13539 – 14216 Accommodation may be available.
Gardener 12280 – 12894 Accommodation may be available. BOTH Committed to working in heritage
garden context, understand conservation needs. Sound gardening & plant knowledge, combined with practical experience in
general amenity hort. Sound knowledge of tools & machinery incl PA1 & PA6 spraying certs or willing to be trained. Excellent
interpersonal skills, self motivated & capable of living & working in remote rural envs. ASK www.nts.org.uk

REF 1066-WGUAR-26/4 JOB World Heritage Site Co-ordinator & Conservation Manager
BE4 23/4/10 IV 20&21/5/10 LOC RIPON
PAY c 31000 FOR NATIONAL TRUST
DES Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal Water Garden is Yorkshire’s first WHS, set in 323ha of glorious cside. You will co-
ordinate & facilitate the action planning, delivery, monitoring & review of the Fountains Abbey WHS Management Plan,
heading up a small conservation team, working closely with key interest groups. BUT Considerable experience of heritage &
/ or env management & an in-depth understanding of conservation issues relating to the historic & national env. Skilled in best
practice communications techniques, with practical experience of public consultation & facilitating discussions. Talented
project manager with hands on experience of action planning & monitoring. ASK Ref: NT10/05093. www.ntjobs.org.uk

REF 1067-PRESS&JOURNAL-3/5 JOB P/T WASTE PREVENTION OFFICER


BE4 ? LOC ABERDEEN
PAY 19500 pro rata FOR ABERDEEN FORWARD
DES / BUT Work on the composting at schools project involving helping with waste audits, visiting schools & advising on
suitable composting systems. Training available. ASK 01224 560360 admin@abzforward.plus.com
www.aberdeenforward.org

REF 1068-WGUAR-3/5 JOB COASTAL CHANGE PATHFINDER PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR


BE4 30/4/10 IV 10/5/10 LOC DORCHESTER
PAY 25472 – 29236 FOR DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL
DES 18 months fixed term. The spectacular Jurassic Coast of Dorset & East Devon has been chosen as one of 15
‘Coastal Change Pathfinder’ areas by central government. This project will deliver a range of activities to help coastal
communities better understand & adapt to the impacts of coastal change. BUT Background in coastal policy, community
engagement or related field & a good understanding of the dynamics & politics of coastal change. Project management
experience & have worked effectively with communities & other stakeholders to build consensus & manage change. Able to
fulfil the travel requirements of the post. ASK www.dorsetforyou.com/jobs

REF 1069-WGUAR-26/4 JOB ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION OFFICER


BE4 23/4/10 IV 30/4/10 LOC HATFIELD, HERTFORDSHIRE
PAY 20509 – 23534 FOR GROUNDWORK HERTFORDSHIRE
DES We are helping the education sector meet its ‘Sustainable Schools’ commitments in a variety of ways. This post
represents a fantastic opportunity to be involved in education within formal & extended schools settings with great flexibility in
terms of projects & working hours. BUT Experience in an education setting & pref a teaching qual; ability to engage children
& young people effortlessly; flair to deliver rel & engaging projects that make a difference to their immediate surroundings &
the global env. ASK Chat: Charlotte Ball, 01707 255176 charlotte.ball@groundwork.org.uk App pack: 01707 255171
www.groundwork-herts.org.uk

REF 1070-HORTWEEK-3/5 JOB GARDENER

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BE4 3/5/10 IV w/c 24/5/10 LOC INVEREWE GARDEN, POOLEWE, ROSS-SHIRE
PAY 12280 – 12894 FOR THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR SCOTLAND
DES Accommodation may be available. A iconic woodland benefitting from the effects of the Gulf Stream. The garden has
an international reputation as a 'plantsman's paradise' with varied exotic plants. BUT Committed to working in heritage
garden context, understand conservation needs. Sound gardening & plant knowledge, combined with practical experience in
general amenity hort. Sound knowledge of tools & machinery incl PA1 & PA6 spraying certs or willing to be trained. Excellent
interpersonal skills, self motivated & capable of living & working in remote rural envs. ASK www.nts.org.uk

REF 1071-HORTWEEK-3/5 JOB TREE OFFICER


BE4 30/4/10 LOC ENFIELD, LONDON
PAY 28800 – 30390 FOR ENFIELD COUNCIL
DES Take a lead role in dealing with all tree matters within the planning department from assessing TPO applications,
high hedges to advising officers on tree planting within schemes & mitigation measures within large developments. BUT
Enthusiastic, able to demonstrate good communication & negotiating skills incl ability to offer excellent diplomacy & tact in
potential difficult situations. Able to work effectively on your own & part of small team. ASK Ref: 1653-CJS Chat: Aled
Richards, Head of Development Management 020 83793857 Apply: www.jobs.enfield.gov.uk

REF 1171-HORTWEEK-3/5 JOB ARBORISTS x 100


BE4 ? LOC HOME COUNTIES / EAST ANGLIA
PAY YES FOR CONNAUGHT
DES Due to recent contract awards & in line with expansion plans we are undertaking a recruitment campaign to recruit
Arborists of all levels across the UK regions. BUT All rel NPTC Certificates (UA1, UA2M UA3M UA4, UA5) Experience in
the safe ooperation of a broad range of powered machinery / saws essential. Experience & qualified climber (CS38, CS39,
CS40, CS41) Hold a valid UK driving license. ASK http://www.connaught.plc.uk/edf_jobs

REF 1172-FARMERSWEEKLY-3/5 JOB ASSISTANT TO THE ESTATE MANAGER


BE4 ? LOC BEDS / BUCKS BORDER
PAY YES FOR ASCOTT ESTATE
DES The role will be wide & varied & as it is a new position the successful candidate will have the ability to develop the
role & make it their own. Role involves writing & formulating reposts, minute taking, event organising, general office support &
dealing with public. BUT Take great pride in work with exceptional attention to detail. Adaptable personality 7 keen to get
involved in all aspects of Estate life. Able to use own initiative & provide solutions to problems as & when required. A passion
for cside required. ASK CV with letter to Mike Pilgrim, mike@ascottestate.co.uk Ascott Estate Office, Wing, Leighton
Buzzard, Beds LU7 0PS

REF 1173-TES-3/5 JOB SUBJECT MANAGER – ANIMAL WELFARE & MANAGEMENT


BE4 30/4/10 LOC NORTHAMPTON
PAY 39398 – 46553 FOR MOULTON COLLEGE
DES Lead, manage & motivate the multi-disciplinary teaching teams within the Subject area. BUT Qualified teacher with
substantial experience of 1+ of the Animal specialisms & have drive & determination to lead an expanding subject area during
the next phase of development. ASK Human Resources Department, Moulton College, West Street, Moulton, Northampton
NN3 7RR 01604 491131 Fax 01604 645273 jobs@moulton.ac.uk www.moulton.ac.uk

REF 1174/6-THE-31/5 JOB PROFESSOR (S) IN ENVIRONMENT


BE4 28/5/10 LOC CRANFIELD
PAY YES FOR CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY
DES School of Applied Sciences. Support the continuing strong development on the env & agricultural systems. BUT
Outstanding research record represented by funding successes. ASK Ref: V/06/10-CJS Chat: Prof. Tom Stephenson or
Prof. Jane Rickson 01234 754054 t.stephenson@cranfield.ac.uk j.rickson@cranfield.ac.uk Apply: vchr@cranfield.ac.uk
http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/hr/jobopportunities 01234 754050 / 754195

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Aquaculture, Agricultural, Fencing, Fisheries Management, Farriery, Game & Wildlife Management, Land-based
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£650 on training between April 2010 & January 2011. For more information go to http://www.countryside-
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