Inspiring People Volunteer Potteric Carr

Location: Potteric Carr nature reserve, Potteric Carr nature reserve, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN4 8DB
Do you love putting a smile on people’s faces and spending time out in nature?

Yorkshire’s wildlife is amazing and we want to tell everyone! We need passionate, inspiring volunteers to share the wonders of nature with people who come to our events at Potteric Carr nature reserve or one of our education group sessions.

To help us reach even more people we are looking for people who can inspire others and help us to deliver events throughout the year as an Inspiring People Volunteer.

Position details

Commitment

Any Day

Contact details

If you have any questions about this role please email or call the Volunteering Support Team.

Email: volunteering@ywt.org.uk

Telephone: 01904 659570 (option 2)

What will you be doing?

You’ll be assisting staff with the smooth delivery of our events for families and education groups and helping to ensure people have a fun and memorable time with us. You could be amazing young children with the minuscule world of minibeasts at a Forest Tots sessions; or searching for under water treasures such as dragonfly nymphs at a pond dipping event. There’s always plenty to get stuck into, with all sorts of events allowing you to be creative,  share your passion for wildlife and have a great time while volunteering.

Training Day

A training day will run on Wednesday 11th March, 10am until 12:30. This will include information about the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, Safeguarding, H&S and how things run generally in the team. Please make sure you are free to attend.

More information and applying for this role

Application should be submitted by Sunday 1st March 2020. More details about the role can be found in the role description at the bottom of the page and if you would like to apply for this opportunity, please use the Volunteer Application Form, also found at the bottom of the page.

Please return your completed application form to volunteering@ywt.org.uk

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