Work for Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Norfolk Wildlife Trust is the county's largest environmental charity, committed to the protection and enhancement of Norfolk's wildlife and wild places.

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If you have time on your hands and want to help Norfolk's wildlife then why not volunteer on some of our fantastic nature reserves. Find out more.
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Bewick House
22 Thorpe Road
Migrant hawker, photo by Peter Dent
Stoat, photo by Nick Appleton

Estate Worker (Upper Thurne)

Salary: £16,500 to £17,500 p.a. depending on experience, 6 month fixed term post

We are seeking an enthusiastic and hardworking Estate Worker to join our team based at Hickling Broad. The team covers the reserves within the Upper Thurne Living Landscape.

You will have experience of undertaking a variety of different practical conservation tasks ideally including fen mowing, scrub management, water level management, monitoring, stock handling and maintenance of infrastructure. You should possess good communication skills and have the ability to work as part of a team.

An interest in species and habitat management is essential, as well as the ability to work outdoors. In exchange for your commitment we offer the chance to work on some of the County’s premier wildlife sites and will support your career through on-going training and development.

Closing date for applications: midday Tuesday 30 August 2016
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Cleaner - Cley Marshes visitor centre

We can offer a part time (2 days, 4 hours each day) position at our stunning recently fully refurbished centre. This is a permanent part time position and as such we can offer a competitive salary, pro rata holidays, and access to the organisation’s pension scheme. All cleaning materials, equipment, and a floor cleaner are provided.
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Arboricultural Consultant

In the range of £20,000 to £23,000 per annum (depending on experience).
Full time (35 hours per week). Part-time applications will be considered.
Permanent contract (subject to probationary period)

NWS seek an Arboricultural Consultant to join our existing team and help support our tree survey and advice services for clients, working within Norfolk and surrounding counties with developers and land managers. The post would suit those passionate about offering high quality arboricultural advice alongside our existing ecology services, as well as tree professionals seeking new challenges or direction in an office environment.  Knowledge of BS5837:2012, experience of tree surveys and of the use of IT is essential. Knowledge of woodland management and/or tree planting would be advantageous.

Norfolk Wildlife Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of Norfolk Wildlife Trust  undertaking environmental consultancy work with a county and regional focus. Norfolk Wildlife Services undertakes ecological consultancy work in protected species, land management and ecological impact assessment, and profits are gift aided back to the Trust to support its core work.

Closing date for applications is midday on Monday 15th August.
Interviews will take place in Norwich in the week commencing 29th August.

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Neighbourhood Membership Promoters

We are now actively seeking a Neighbourhood Membership Promoter.

Would you like to earn some extra income by doing something that you really believe in? Do you have around 16 hours a week to spare, during weekday evenings and/or weekend afternoons? Would you like to help Norfolk Wildlife Trust achieve its aim of finding 50+ new members in your area and beyond, using a simple, tried and tested formula? Definitely no selling involved! Home based, you will be working for FMR Solutions, a specialist agency, on behalf of Norfolk Wildlife Trust. The work is seasonal, typically March – October. Locations: All Norfolk areas apart from postcodes NR1-NR8 (Norwich) - Typically, you'll be working in your local area but will have the opportunity to travel up to 30mins from your home base.

Normally earnings are commission based: expect £650-£1083 per month on a freelance/self-employed basis. However, for those who don’t feel comfortable working on a commission basis, a waged option is also available.

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