Somerset Wildlife Trust

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Wild Paths Traineeship 

Wild Paths 2018 at Kingcombe

Do you dream of working in conservation? Make that dream a reality by learning practical conservation skills on our Wild Paths training scheme.    

This scheme is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund Skills for the Future programme. We are looking for 10 enthusiastic trainees who want a career working outdoors with wildlife and people. Placements start on 1st September 2019 for 9 months, based at one of five Wildlife Trusts in the South West. You don't need to have any prior formal training in this sector, all training costs are covered and you will receive £1000 per month as a training bursary. Deadline for applying is 5pm on Thursday 6th June 2019.

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Senior Ecologist

Bumblebee cpt Chris Maguire 49

Are you an experienced ecologist from the conservation sector, keen to act as technical and strategic lead on our ecology work? Could you lead the development and delivery of the Trust’s landscape-scale conservation programmes? If so, we'd love to hear from you!   

We're looking for someone with at least 5 years’ post-qualification experience working with nature conservation organisations in the public and/or voluntary sectors and with an in-depth knowledge of the ecology of a broad range of UK habitats and species. We are particularly interested in ecologists with some knowledge of the planning system, net gain approaches and a keen understanding of conservation legislation, policy and theory on landscape-scale conservation and ecological networks.  

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Membership Sales - Somerset ( Permanent)

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Are you looking to take your sales ability to the next level, with excellent earning potential and varied working environments?

We're looking for people who can inspire members of the public to join Somerset Wildlife Trust and support our work.  Our teams work at a range of quality venues across Somerset (booked by our in-house team) such as shops, garden centres, county shows and events. No street fundraising.  

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Please note that under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, all employers are required to ensure potential employees are legally permitted to work in the United Kingdom; If you are shortlisted for interview we will ask you to provide appropriate documentation.