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.

Current Opportunities

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  • We’re getting ready to recruit again soon! walking in wildflowersThe Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales will soon be on the look out to hire another wildlife enthusiast! We will be recruiting for a People and Wildlife Officer to cover Cardiff. Keep an eye on our website for all the details coming soon.
  • Skomer Island Long Term Volunteers We have a position available, which runs from approx. 1st April until 15th July 2019. The Long Term Volunteers will become an integral part of the island team and will be involved in all aspects of the running of the National Nature Reserve. They will be welcoming guests and giving welcome talks, conducting various species surveys ...
  • Volunteering on Skomer Voluntary Assistant Wardens are required on Skomer Island from 23 March to 30 September inclusive. We take up to six Voluntary Assistant Wardens 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 ...
  • Skomer Island Long Term Volunteers Skomer Island is located just off the coast of the Pembrokeshire peninsula and is one of Britain’s most important seabird colonies. Skomer holds roughly 50% of the world’s Manx Shearwater population along with internationally important numbers of Puffins, Guillemots, Razorbills and Gulls. The island is open for up to 300 visitors a day, with up ...
  • Skokholm Long Term Volunteers Skokholm IslandEach 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 2019 until 30th June 2019 and two from 1st July 2019 until 30th September 2019. This is a fantastic opportunity to work on one of Britain’s most ...