13 February 2014

CJS Professional: February edition (including CJS Focus)

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.

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Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:
Arboricultural Consultants - TEP, office in Warrington, Cheshire
Reserves Officer, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, based Stirley Farm, Huddersfield
Seasonal Ecologists and Temporary Licensed Ecologists, RSK, working on sites nationwide
Deputy Head Ranger, Nene Park Trust, Peterborough
Seasonal / Casual Field Ecologists, SLR Consulting, various locations
Outdoor Classroom Officer, Essex Wildlife Trust, based Abbotts Hall Farm nr Colchester
Potteric Carr Programme Manager, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Northamptonshire Biodiversity Records Centre Manager, Beds, Cambs & Northants Wildlife Trust
Site Officer and Corehead Community & Education Officer, Borders Forest Trust
Sales / Marketing / Ticket Officer; Boat Crew / Photographer; Boat Crew / general hand, all Sea.fari Adventures (Oban)
Great Fen Ecology and Recording Officer, Beds, Cambs & Northants Wildlife Trust, based Great Fen, Peterborough
Fisheries Management Advisor x 3, Angling Trust, home based working across England
Senior Ecologist, Baker Consultants, office in Cromford, Derbys

CJS Notices
CJS Focus on Volunteering.
30 pages in total, this Focus has several interesting articles including one from Dartmoor National Park Authority, who detail how their volunteer management programme has changed for the better. Do graduates have the practical experience to get the job they want, Groundwork describe one of their graduate volunteer schemes. Would you go out in the driving, freezing rain to help mend paths? A volunteer at Fixing the Fells project with the National Trust tells us why he regularly does. This edition also includes 90 specific volunteer positions most included only in the Focus and many adverts for projects, websites, work days & volunteering offers

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