Wiltshire Wildlife Trust are currently seeking a passionate, dynamic individual to lead their award winning Water Team. Working across the Hampshire Avon, Bristol Avon and Thames catchments, you will develop and deliver a diverse programme of river and wetland restoration projects. This will continue the successful work improving the ecological health of rivers and wetlands in Wiltshire. This will involve close working with multiple partners and stakeholders across the county.
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Director - Wessex Chalk Stream and Rivers Trust
Salary in the region of £44,000. Full time post
The Wessex Chalk Stream and Rivers Trust is a charity dedicated to protection of the chalk-based rivers and catchments of the Wessex region (East Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire). The Trust works in partnership with landowners and farmers, schools, wildlife trusts, fisheries and fishing clubs, water companies and government agencies to achieve our goal.
Environment Agency are seeking an experienced technical fisheries officer to join their busy fisheries, biodiversity and geomorphology team in Herts, North London. The role includes providing technical advice on a range of internal and external projects, consents and permit applications, including live fish movement permits, flood risk activity permits and pre-development applications for large scale infrastructure projects, all of which may impact on the fisheries environment and resource.
The South East Rivers Trust (SERT) is an environmental charity dedicated to achieving healthy river ecosystems, for all, across the South East of England (including parts of South London, Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, East Sussex and Kent). The Trust's mission is to deliver outstanding river ecosystem enhancement through science-based action, collaboration, education and engagement. SERT has recently expanded its area of coverage having grown out of the Wandle Trust.
Rare opportunity to join Pearl Mussel Team at the Freshwater Biological Association
The Freshwater Biological Association is looking for a Pearl Mussel Officer to join the team conserving and rearing freshwater pearl mussels, Margaritifera margaritifera, with particular responsibility for the daily running of the Hatchery, at their facilities on the shore of Windermere.
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The Spey Fishery Board has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated Project Officer to continue the work of the very successful Spey Catchment Initiative (SCI). This will involve delivering actions from the 2016 Spey Catchment Management Plan through the implementation of key priority projects, ensuring that these are delivered within an agreed time frame, to the required standard and within budget. The role will also involve developing effective liaison, communication and partnerships with land managers, agencies and private sector advisors.
Restoration Specialist (2 positions) - Water Environment Fund
£32,664 per annum
1 x post (REG18877): Full-time, Permanent.
1 x post (REG19343): Temporary, 9 months with a possibility of extension (Maternity Cover)
Flexible location: to be agreed
Help improve Scotland’s rivers.
Wessex Chalk Stream and Rivers Trust (WCSRT) is a small and ambitious environmental charity dedicated to the protection and enhancement of rivers in the South of England, which includes the Hampshire Avon, the Dorset Stour, the Test, the Itchen and the Meon.
As a result of the present post holder leaving to manage the family farm, WCSRT is seeking to recruit a Test and Itchen Catchment Officer. It is desirable the successful candidate will have experience in at least three of the four following areas:
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust are looking for an experienced ecologist to work as part of the Living Landscapes North Team, providing advice and assistance to Local Authorities on planning applications, policies and strategies.
This is a challenging position that requires an excellent understanding of wildlife legislation, the planning system and current planning policies.
Potential candidates will need to demonstrate significant experience of undertaking habitat and species surveys and be able to work to tight deadlines.
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