Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is a registered charity and works with the local community towards a better future for wildlife, people and the green spaces we all love. We are also part of a national network of 46 Wildlife Trusts, working together for a better deal for nature and people locally and in the wider world.
We are always looking for passionate, dedicated and resourceful people to join us. If you have an interest in nature conservation issues and a passion for the values of Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust, we would love to hear from you. Our vacancies will be published on this page as and when they become available. If you would like to speak to us about our vacancies, please use the contact details listed in the vacancy information, or call us on 0114 263 4335.
We’re always looking for new volunteers to join us too. View our volunteering information for details of current volunteering opportunities at the Trust.
Data For Nature Project
At Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust
Post Title: Data for Nature Volunteer Officer
Job Reference No: DFNP-VO
Salary: £21,991.25 pa pro rata (£10,995.63 pa actual)
Duration: Fixed Term –until 30th November 2019
Hours: 0.5FTE – 18.5 hours, exclusive of lunch breaks
Location: The role will be based our office Victoria Hall, 37 Stafford Road, Sheffield, but may require occasional site visits.
Application deadline: 23rd July 2018 at 5pm
Interviews: Tuesday, 7th August 2018
Data for Nature Project is an exciting new project funded for 18 months duration by The Heritage Lottery Fund.
We are looking for someone to lead the development of a trained volunteer network to collect ecological data across the Trust’s Nature Reserves.
The ideal person will have:
- At least 2 years’ experience in recruiting, co-ordinating, managing and developing volunteers.
- Experience of ecological data collection and its application to nature conservation, including generating stories and communications to galvanise further volunteer support.
- Experience of devising and delivering high quality training activities for volunteers, ideally in surveying and recording techniques.
- Experience of working with apps and mobile technology and other innovative approaches to engage people in ecological data collection, surveying or wildlife identification.
For further information or an informal chat about the position please contact Pete Tomlin, Senior Data and Monitoring Officer, at email@example.com or on 0114 263 4335.
To apply please download the application documents below or request an application pack from the Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust Human Resources Department. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call the office on 0114 263 4335, or write to Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust, 37 Stafford Road, Sheffield, S2 2SF. When you request an application pack please state where you saw this post advertised.