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Our River Wellbeing Project Officer

Salary: £19,212 per annum

Closing date: Monday 4th June 2018

Location: The post is based at the North Wales Wildlife Trust Offices in 1 Griffith’s Square, Mold, Flintshire, CH7 1DJ

We are currently seeking to recruit a new Project Officer to deliver the Our River Wellbeing project’s work on the ground. As well as leading on the coordination of project tasks and activities in their region, the Officer will also be responsible for establishing and maintaining strong links with volunteers, local communities, businesses and organisations in order to deliver the project.

We are looking for a fulltime Project Officer for the Our River Wellbeing project. 

The Our River Wellbeing: Nature Based Solutions in the Dee Catchment Project 2018 – 2021 has been developed as a mechanism to co-ordinated catchment wide control of Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) within the Dee catchment whilst ensuring the health and wellbeing of the wider catchment community is improved.

You will work on all aspects of the project, from practical habitat management to public engagement. You will co-ordinate volunteer teams, support partner and carry out vital monitoring work.

This is a varied and skilled role, and you will have experience of invasive species management and relevant qualification in land management are desirable. Good communication skills, an enthusiasm for wildlife as well as a familiarity with GIS are very important for the role. The post requires a full driving licence.


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Contact details:

Adrian Lloyd Jones | Living Landscapes Manager | Rheolwr Tirluniau Byw
North Wales Wildlife Trust | Ymddiriedolaeth Natur Gogledd Cymru

07764 897412

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