People and Wildlife Officer Vacancy

Nature Walk at Parc Slip Nature Reserve

Nature Walk at Parc Slip Nature Reserve

Rose - People and Wildlife Officer

Rose – People and Wildlife Officer

Job Title: People and Wildlife Officer

Salary: £17,000 per annum

Hours: 35 hours per week. The nature of the post’s duties will require evening and weekend work. Paid overtime is not available but time off in lieu of hours worked will be given if requested.

Closing date: Wednesday 23rd August 2017

Location: Based at Parc Slip Nature Reserve

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are looking for someone passionate about wildlife to engage and enthuse local communities and visitors about our nature reserves and local wildlife. Based at our flagship Parc Slip Nature Reserve the People and Wildlife Officer will provide a range of wildlife related events and activities for visitors, support and supervise volunteers in practical habitat conservation and species surveys and monitoring and coordinate an ecological training course programme. The role will also involve building strong relationships with community groups, local people and partners to support conservation activities within the community.

This is an exciting opportunity to become a key member of The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales Conservation Team. Potential candidates will need to demonstrate a keen personal interest and understanding of habitats and wildlife in Glamorgan and a genuine approach to engaging and inspiring others to develop the same.

View the Job Description and Person Specification.

To apply please complete the Application Form.PDF or Word Doc and send to Sarah, Conservation Manager, via s.woodcock@welshwildlife.org by Wednesday 23rd August.

Interviews will take place on the 30th August 2017