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.
Sheffield Lakeland Partnership
Landscape Connections Project Officer
Job Reference: SLLPLC1118
Hours: 15 per week
Closing date for applications: 5 pm on Friday 11th January 2019
Interview Date: Week commencing 21st January 2019
Salary: £22,208.98 pro rata
Fixed Term: To October 2022
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust are recruiting for a new post.
Landscape Connections is part of a wider Heritage Lottery funded project, the Sheffield Lakeland Landscape Partnership.
This is a part time post funded until October 2022.
We have an exciting opportunity for someone to introduce children and young people from across Sheffield and Rotherham to the Sheffield Lakeland areas.
We are looking for someone enthusiastic to develop relationships with schools that will inspire and encourage them to take part in the activities. Schools we want to engage will be from both the landscape area itself as well as from the city. The role will involve planning and delivering a programme of activities working with primary and secondary school age children.
Are you someone that is able to inspire about the landscape and its natural and cultural heritage, including learning about life on a working dairy farm through practical hands on activities exploring “where food comes from”, how it is produced and sustainability.
The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, self motivated and able to work with limited direct supervision.
For more information about the post please contact Chris Smith – Senior Outdoor Learning Officer on 0114 2634335 or e mail email@example.com
To apply for this exciting post please download the application pack and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively contact HR Officer on 0114 2634335 to request an application pack.
We do not accept C.V’s
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities employer