Volunteering with us is a great way to gain skills and experience in conservation or simply contribute to the protection and enhancement of wildlife in your local area.
We welcome enquiries from anyone across the local community, regardless of background or experience. For more information about any of the roles here please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0114 263 4335. You can also find Volunteer Work Days and Reserve Advisory Group/User Forum meetings coming up near you on our events page.
If you are interested in applying for any of our regular volunteering opportunities just complete the application form at the bottom of the page, and either email it to email@example.com or post it to us at:
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust
37 Stafford Road
Read on for more on the opportunities available, including practical conservation volunteering, office or events-based volunteering and opportunities for corporate groups to get involved.
We offer a wide range of practical conservation volunteering opportunities suitable for anyone, regardless of experience or availability – as long as you’re passionate! Practical conservation tasks include scrub control, woodland thinning, fence and path repairs, invasive species control or heathland restoration. Transport from our office to the working site is available.
- Week Day Volunteers: our Monday to Friday team (10am to 3pm), for those who wish to volunteer on a regular basis at our nature reserves. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0114 263 4335.
- Volunteer Work Days: held monthly at our nature reserves. Perfect for those looking for less commitment and a great way to get some fresh air, get closer to wildlife and help improve our local green spaces. Take a look at our events page for a Volunteer Work Day near you.
- Assistant Community Wildlife Ranger: Monday to Friday, ideal for those looking for experience patrolling nature reserves, helping with their general maintenance or assisting in events. For more information email email@example.com or call us on 0114 263 4335.
Our volunteers are a friendly, welcoming bunch and the Trust’s knowledgeable, supportive staff will be on site to welcome you.
Other volunteering roles
- Reserve Advisory Group and User Forum meetings, which local residents can attend to find out more about how the Trust manages its nature reserves, ask questions and give input. We would love to hear your opinions and ideas, so keep an eye on our events page for the next meeting taking place near you. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0114 263 4335.
- Office-based or events-based volunteering, for those who would like to help out with administrative tasks in the office, or offer support at local events or help us to raise much-needed funds. We’re looking for people who are organised, friendly, outgoing and helpful, and can offer as many or as few hours as you like. We’re happy to work around the time commitment volunteers are prepared to make. This is a great way to gain experience and make new friends. For more information email email@example.com or call us on 0114 263 4335.
- Volunteer Living Landscape Assistant roles, based at our head office, for those willing to volunteer with us for two to three days a week for a minimum of three months. This opportunity may suit those with a placement requirement as part of a university course, and will include assisting the Nature Reserve Managers in the delivery of management plans for each reserve, including helping set up and deliver projects and funding bids. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0114 263 4335.
For corporate groups who wish to get out of the office and get a little closer to nature, our Outdoor Learning team offer a range of nature-themed workshops, bushcraft experiences and corporate team-building days to suit your requirements. Contact Chris Grice on email@example.com with your group’s details, including numbers, available dates, and the type of experience you’re looking for, and we’ll arrange for our Outdoor Learning team to sort out the perfect team-building event for you.
If you are a small group of work colleagues who are passionate about the wildlife and natural environment of Sheffield and Rotherham and want to get hands-on and make a difference, it may be possible to accommodate you as volunteers on one of our regular Community Work Days. There is occasionally a need for some extra pairs of hands on Community Work Days to help with specific or seasonal tasks. Please contact Chris Grice on firstname.lastname@example.org with your details.
For more conservation volunteering opportunities visit conservationjobs.co.uk