CJS Professional: November edition

The latest edition of CJS Professional is now online, read it in full here: www.countryside-jobs.com/Professional/current.htm   You may need to refresh your browser.

Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:
Landscape Assistant, Cannock Chase District Council
Senior Project Delivery Manager (Landbased), Green Corridor (in West Sussex)
Water Vole Officer, Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales
New Forest Landscape Partnership Scheme Development Manager, New Forest National Park
New Forest Landscape Partnership Scheme Community Development Officer, New Forest National Park
Senior Tutor (Field Teacher), Field Studies Council at Preston Montford Field Centre
Engagement Officer, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Recreation and Access Manager, Cairngorms National Park Authority
Technical Officer, Wales Biodiversity Partnership Support Team (Wildlife Trusts Wales)
Quantock Hills AONB Ranger, Somerset County Council
Chairman of Council, Scottish Wildlife Trust (Voluntary role)
Grazing Manager, Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Lecturer in Fishery Studies, Sparsholt College Hampshire
Countryside Ranger, Huntingdonshire District Council

Other adverts:
Part-time Level 3 Diploma in Countryside Management, part time course run by Smart Training. Courses available in Leeds, Manchester & Hull with new courses starting soon in Doncaster and Sheffield

CJS Notices
Many thanks to everyone who took the time to complete our reader survey.  The results are in, over the coming weeks we'll analyse the surveys and will let you know on the blog of any new features or any to be retired, highlights will be in next month's edition.

Do you have trouble with Alien Species? Run work parties to deal with himalyan balsam? Have an app to help ID and report new invasions or perhaps your company specialises in survey and removal of troublesome invasives.
If so advertise in next month's CJS Focus on Alien Species in association with GB Non-native Species Secretariat
The Focus will be published online and in CJS Weekly on Monday 2 December and will be included in full in next month's edition of CJS professional.  It's promoted across our social networks as well. Find out more here. Remember, as always with CJS you can advertise free of charge.

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