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Please find listed below the job vacancies for Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. For more environmental job vacancies visit Environment Job.

Please note that we can accept job applications via email but they must be in Microsoft Word format.

  • Location: York

    Salary: £25000 p.a. plus up to 9% pension contribution

    Closing date: Mon, 18/12/2017

    Do you Love Yorkshire, Love Wildlife? Are you as committed as we are to creating a Yorkshire rich in wildlife for everyone? We are one of the UK’s fastest growing environmental organisations and seek to appoint a Living Landscapes Officer in our East Region.

    17.6.48
  • Location: Stirley Community Farm

    Salary: £28400 p.a plus up to 9% employer contribution

    Closing date: Mon, 08/01/2018

    Do you share our passion and vision to open our doors wider to the community and build upon our efforts to restore the heritage of the farmscape?

    17.6.47
  • Location: York

    Salary: £30000 p.a. plus up to 9% pension contribution

    Closing date: Mon, 08/01/2018

    Are you highly motivated and results-focussed? Do you have high standards of personal and professional integrity with a commitment and passion for nature conservation? Would you like to combine your skills and experience with that passion?

    17.6.46
  • Location: Various opportunities across Yorkshire

    Salary: Starting salary of £17500 p.a. pro rata plus commission (rising to £21500 p.a. pro rata based on performance)

    Closing date: Mon, 31/12/2018

    Do you love Yorkshire, love wildlife? We are looking to grow our membership recruitment team and need enthusiastic and positive people to help us engage, inform and inspire new members to join us. Through increasing our membership you will be actively helping Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to continue protecting and conserving Yorkshire for future generations.

    17.6.19