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WIldlife Assistant - Youth in Nature

Salary: £19000 p.a. pro rata plus up to 9% pension contribution

Closing date: Tuesday 10th October 2017

Location: Hull

Job ref: 17.6.37

Would you like to be part of a major environmental programme to get young people active for wildlife and the environment? Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, a dynamic and evolving organisation, is looking for an enthusiastic advocate for wildlife to work with young people This five year project is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and part of the Our Bright Future programme.

Using your skills and knowledge you will identify, work up and implement green space enhancements within Hull as well as empower children and young people to deliver tangible changes to their local communities thus contributing to the creation of wildlife-rich landscapes that improve the quality of life for those living in, and visiting those landscapes.
As well as having a passion for working with young people, you will have a broad experience of UK wildlife, knowledge of practical conservation techniques and the ability to inspire a diverse audience.
Please note this post is subject to satisfactory DBS clearance at enhanced level.
See www.ywt.org.uk for more details or ring the office for an application pack: 01904 659570 or e-mail info@ywt.org.uk
Please note we don’t accept CVs
Application closing deadline: 9 am on Tuesday 10 October 2017, Interview date: Thursday 26 October 2017
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities employer
 

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Using your skills and knowledge you will identify, work up and implement green space enhancements within Hull as well as empower children and young people to deliver tangible changes to their local communities thus contributing to the creation of wildlife-rich landscapes that improve the quality of life for those living in, and visiting those landscapes.


As well as having a passion for working with young people, you will have a broad experience of UK wildlife, knowledge of practical conservation techniques and the ability to inspire a diverse audience.


Please note this post is subject to satisfactory DBS clearance at enhanced level.

Please note we don’t accept CVs

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities employer