Jobs & Volunteering Opportunities

Employment and Volunteering Opportunities

Pond Work

Pond Work

Working for a Wildlife Trust is a fantastic experience, you will have the opportunity to do some pretty interesting things in your day to day job. Most staff have volunteered within the movement or in similar organisations and this is a great way to get involved with the Wildlife Trusts.

We welcome enquiries about any of the employment opportunities featured on this page but please note that as a charity we are unable to pay travel expenses for candidates to attend interviews.

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) welcomes employment enquiries from all UK and non UK citizens. For current employment vacancies, EU citizens will need to provide Right to Work documentation until 30th June 2021. For other employment, WTSWW is not a Home Office Sponsored Employer so based on the skills requirement and salary level of current employment opportunities, WTSWW is unable to offer employment to non UK citizens. For further information on working in the UK visit the Gov.Uk website.

Current Opportunities

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  • CBMWC Living Seas AssistantCBMWC Living Seas Assistant
    We have an exciting opportunity for a CBMWC Living Seas Assistant to join our inspiring and dedicated Living Seas team based at the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre (CBMWC)! Are you outgoing, self-motivated and trustworthy? Are you able to inspire and organise yourself and others? If the answer is yes then dive in – Make your application to ...
  • Digital Fundraising and Communications OfficerDigital Fundraising and Communications Officer
    We have an exciting opportunity for a Digital Fundraising and Communications Officer to join our award winning marketing team! Are you creative, resourceful and experienced in digital fundraising and communications? Can you help us enhance our profile as the region’s leading wildlife charity? If yes then we want to hear from you! Join our WILD family!   Post ...
  • Skomer Island Field WorkerSkomer Island Field Worker
    We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic person to contribute to our seabird monitoring work on Skomer between mid-April and mid-August 2021. The post is residential on the island and responsibilities include data collection, collation and analysis for seabird census and productivity projects within the Skomer management plan, in line with our contract specification from JNCC.  The ...
  • We Are Recruiting for Positions on Skomer Island and Ceredigion!
    We are recruiting for 4 exciting positions within our Wildlife Trust. Do you have a passion for wildlife and conservation? If yes, then check out the vacancies below… Skomer Island Warden The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is seeking a full-time Skomer Warden. We are seeking an exceptional and experienced candidate for the role of Warden ...
  • Wildlife Trust Officer Ceredigion
    The postholder is responsible for the overall delivery of reserves management and reserves-based projects, core Trust work and wider countryside activities in Ceredigion. Please fill in the application form WTO Ceredigion Job Description WTSWW Application Form ———————————————————————————————————————— Join our WILD family! Post Details: The post is for a 35-hour week, requiring flexibility to work some evenings and weekends if needed (we ...
  • Skomer Island Long Term VolunteersSkomer Island Long Term Volunteers
    In 2020 we have four Long Term Volunteer positions available on Skomer Island, two run from end of March until mid July and the other two from mid July until end of September. Additionally, there is one Seabird monitoring volunteer position, running from end of May until end of June  2020. The closing date for applications is ...
  • Volunteering on SkomerVolunteering on Skomer
    Short term volunteers are required on Skomer Island from 21 March to 26 September inclusive. We take up to six volunteers each week (Saturday to Saturday), to help with managing day visitors, assisting with overnight guests and their accommodation, conservation work including monitoring and surveys, and building maintenance. You can find out more about what we expect ...
  • Skokholm Long Term VolunteersSkokholm Long Term Volunteers
    Each season we invite four volunteers to come to Skokholm and help the Wardens manage the Island and monitor its wildlife. There are two positions running from 1st April 2020 until 30th June 2020 and two from 1st July 2020 until 30th September 2020. This is a fantastic opportunity to work on one of Britain’s most ...