Please find listed below the job vacancies for Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. For more environmental job vacancies visit Environment Jobs.
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Location: Potteric Carr Nature Reserve, Doncaster.
Salary: £23500 p.a. pro rata
Closing date: Fri, 24/05/2013
Could you supervise a small team of five bursary trainees who will all be aged 16-19. The Skills for Wildlife Supervisor will support and manage the trainee team to deliver a programme of practical tasks on sites across South Yorkshire.
Location: Dependent upon the successful applicant
Salary: £14850 p.a. pro rata plus generous commission
Closing date: Mon, 03/06/2013
Are you a passionate and tenacious advocate for local conservation? Do you have what it takes to engage the general public and turn their interest into support for Yorkshire Wildlife Trust? Do you need to fit your work around your lifestyle?
Location: The post will be based at the Trust’s headquarters at York or at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve in Doncaster
Salary: £26750 p.a.
Closing date: Mon, 10/06/2013
The NIA programme manager will be responsible for managing a large programme of works consisting of a number of multi partner projects. The role is also responsible for representing the NIA at a national level and working with the Humberhead Levels Partnership, Defra and others to monitor, evaluate and develop the NIA Programme.
Salary: £23,500 plus up to 7% pension contribution
Closing date: Mon, 01/07/2013
Want to use your design skills and creativity to directly help Yorkshire’s amazing wildlife and environment? Well this job could be just what you are looking for!
Location: South and West Yorkshire (excluding Sheffield and Rotherham)
Salary: Performance based. Typically £500-£800 per month. We support you with a guaranteed hourly rate during a 2-week trial/training period.
Closing date: Thu, 15/08/2013
Would you like to earn some extra income from doing something that you really believe in? Do you have around 16 hours a week to spare? Would you appreciate a degree of flexibility and control over your working times? Do you enjoy walking, and meeting people who share your interest in conservation? Would you like to help Yorkshire Wildlife Trust find 50+ new supporters in your area and beyond?