14 July 2011

CJS Monthly - July edition, now online.

It's a good job we don't need to print and post CJS Monthly any more, this month it's the largest edition ever produced at 51 pages! 
If you have any suggestions about areas we could or should include please let us know and we'll try to fill in the gaps.  Likewise if you have any information, events etc that you'd like featured please contact us (ranger@countryside-jobs.com) and we'll tell you what we can use and how to send it.

The latest edition of CJS Monthly is now online, read it in full here: http://www.countryside-jobs.com/cjsmonthly/Monthly.htm   (you may need to refresh your browser)

Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:
Senior Ecologist, TACP
Leasowes Assistant Warden, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council
Conservation Ranger – Education and Promotion, City of Lincoln Council
P/T Environmental Awareness Officer, Epping Forest Centenary Trust
Ecologist, Penny Anderson Associates Ltd
Promotion and Awareness Officer, Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust
Lecturer / Course Manager – Countryside Management, Reaseheath College
Find a full index of all the vacancies currently advertised on countryside-jobs.com at: http://www.countryside-jobs.com/cjsmonthly/Online_list.html

Information and advisory notices
The British Hedgehog Preservation Society has a range of free information and posters for displays and distribution.
Don't Cook Your Dog campaign, could you display a poster in your car park or put a sticker on your pay and display machine?

Details of volunteer vacancies, currently we're listing 39 different adverts.
Remember you can advertise your volunteer vacancies free with CJS.
Volunteer placements are included as standard linage in CJS Weekly and also online free of charge with basic listing in CJS Daily Online, CJS Monthly (that's here!) and circulated by twitter, facebook and daily email readers.    Find out more and submit your adverts here.

Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read

CJS Focus on Outdoor Recreation: Read it here
In association with Campaign for National Parks.
Eighteen pages of articles and adverts all related to recreation.
Lead article from CNP looks at the benefits of national parks.  Other articles include one from the Land Trust about the value of outdoor play, the Mountaineering Council of Scotland consider the benefits of climbing and the work done by the council, whilst Mountain Rescue outline how to avoid needing to call them out!  BADA-UK highlight the dangers of tick bites and how to remove them should you be unfortunate enough to be bitten, Simon King talks wildlife, cows and ostriches and lots more...

Training Calendar for September is 9 pages Click here to read