Conservation Officer, Wales

15 hours (2 days) per week, 3 year fixed term contract

Salary £24,255 pro rata

Buglife Cymru is seeking to appoint a part-time Conservation Officer to deliver our NLHF funded Neath PortTalbot B-Lines project.

We are looking for an engaging and enthusiastic person who is able to work as part of a small team. This is an exciting time to join Buglife Cymru as we expand our invertebrate conservation work in Wales.

A keen interest in outreach and education is essential along with an understanding of pollinators and their conservation priorities. Excellent communication and engagement skills are vital to the success of this role as you will be delivering workshops, talks and leading bug walks. Experience of working with project partners, members of the public, community groups, volunteers and landowners is required.  Project management and budgetary experience is desirable.

The role will be based in our Cardiff office, although you will be required to work from home initially due to Covid 19 restrictions. This is a 3 year fixed term contract, based on 2 days per week however, there is potential for the number of contracted hours to increase during this period dependent on Buglife securing additional funding.

A flexible approach to the working pattern will be considered for the successful candidate.

How to apply

Please click here to take you through to our recruitment portal. Please note when completing your application you will need to complete the form and submit your CV and covering letter in one session. Please ensure completed applications are received by 9th August 2020, we are aiming to hold interviews week commencing the 24th August.

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