10 February 2011

CJs Monthly for February

February edition now online in full. This second all digital edition is crammed with jobs, news, training and a few notices from CJS and others. Read it here.

Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:

Environmental Education programme Coordinator, Nottinghamshire YMCA

9 vacancies with Groundwork in North Wales

Community Garden Network - Groundwork has been successful in receiving funding from the Big Lottery Fund for three years to run a new Community Garden Network project, starting in April 2011. We have the following vacancies in our Wrexham office: Community Garden Co-ordinator; Community Garden Training Officer - Flintshire; Community Garden Training Officer - Wrexham; Community Garden Network Administration and Finance Assistant.

Green Spaces Team in Wrexham - Due to exciting new developments within the Trust, we also currently have the following vacancies in our Wrexham office: Environment Project Officer; Education Assistant; Greencare Denbighshire Officer.

Green Skills Team in Flintshire - The Trust has also been successful in receiving funding for a new employment programme and now has the following vacancy: Mostyn & Erlas Co-ordinator

Green Skills Team in Caernarfon - Due to new opportunities within our offices in Caernarfon, we currently have the following vacancy: Environment Project Officer

Wildlife Rehabilitator, Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue Trust

Seasonal Field Surveyors (Herpetofauna & Mammals), Ecology Solutions Ltd

Seasonal Estate Ranger, Balmoral Estates

Part time Senior Education Officer, Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Two Rangers, Groundwork West Midlands

Temporary Seasonal Assistant Rangers x 2, Waverley Borough Council



Find a full index of all the vacancies currently advertised on countryside-jobs.com at: http://www.countryside-jobs.com/cjsmonthly/Online_list.html


Notices:

British Wildlife Photography Awards. Call for Entries - Opened 1st February.

More on their website at: http://www.bwpa.co.uk

? A Celebration of British Wildlife ? Win a prestigious photography award and cash prize of £5,000 ? £20,000 prize fund ? Winners will have their work showcased in a national touring exhibition and in a stunning book published by AA Publishing ? Three new categories including a video award ? 3 special awards for young people and schools

Now in its third year these awards recognise the talents of photographers of all nationalities practicing in the UK, while at the same time highlight the great wealth and diversity of British natural history.

BWPA also aims to encourage discovery, exploration, conservation and enjoyment of our natural heritage as well as raising awareness about British species and habitats.

CJS is delighted to be sponsoring the Habitat category once again.



CJS Focus on Volunteering - endorsed by CMA and SCRA. Freely available to view online on Monday 14 February.

This edition includes a very topical article from CMA on the Big Society. Pentland Hills Regional Park and Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park write about setting up and running voluntary rangers services, the Bat Conservation Trust has information about their out of hours helpline staffed entirely by volunteers while British Trust for Ornithology's Bird Atlas just wouldn't happen without their volunteer surveyors, find out how you can help both of these vital services. BTCV are celebrating their Heroic Volunteers and the WI write about how an organisation not typically thought of as involved with the environment makes a difference.

You'll also find hundreds of adverts for specific volunteer posts and volunteer projects in general. 27 pages in total

Read it here: http://bit.ly/CJSFocus (but not until Monday!)

Also included are the Top Headlines from the past month and also details of the latest additions to the Classified directory.
Training Calendar for March AND April is 6 pages

Thanks to everyone who took part in our mini-survey. The results are in and the majority of people (61%) want to see events coming up in two month's time. So for this month only we're including two months of events, otherwise you'd miss the March diary. Next month we'll be back to normal and in the March edition you'll get the events occurring in May.

Read the February edition here.