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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  • Job Opportunity Welsh Wildlife CentreJob Opportunity Welsh Wildlife Centre
    We are looking for an, Enthusiastic, energetic  individual to join our busy catering team at The Glasshouse Café. If you enjoy baking, serving proper homemade quality food & have excellent customer service skills then this could be just the position for you. This is a part time post 18 hours a week normal work days ...
  • Job Opportunity – Reserves ManagerJob Opportunity - Reserves Manager
    Main responsibilities  The post holder is responsible for the delivery of reserves management and wider countryside activities in this area. This post has overall responsibility for delivery of reserves-based projects and Trust work liaising with partners where relevant and contributing towards our ambitious vision for nature’s recovery. To line-manage and support the conservation staff in the above ...
  • Job opportunity – Head of ConservationJob opportunity - Head of Conservation
    Main responsibilities To champion our conservation work externally and to lead our terrestrial conservation work internally, responding to both external and internal drivers and always having regard to the absolute priority that WTSWW gives to wildlife in all its work. To develop and implement WTSWW’s terrestrial conservation objectives & strategies, coordinating, directing and overseeing the ...
  • 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 ...