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Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:
Countryside Worker. Ashdown Conservators
General Practice / Rural Surveyor, Bell Ingram (Perthshire)
Assistant / Consultant Ornithologists, AMEC (Edinburgh or Newcastle upon Tyne)
Ecologist, AMEC (Northwich)
Assistant Consultant Ecologist, Temporary 6 months, AMEC (Leamington Spa)
Countryside Ranger, Fitzwilliam Wentworth Estate, South Yorkshire
Estate Conservation Officer, National Trust for Scotland (Balmacara Estate)
Seasonal Field Surveyors (Herpetofauna & Mammals), Ecology Solutions (various locations across UK)
Assistant Volunteers Coordinator, Waterway Recovery Group (Chesham, Buckinghamshire)
Consultant Ecologist(s), Just Ecology (HQ: Berkeley, Glos but work is national)
Project Co-ordinator: 18 hrs per week for 2 years, Arran Access Trust - Arran Coastal Way Project (based in Brodick)
Footpath Team Leader: 2 years, Arran Access Trust - Arran Coastal Way Project (based in Brodick)
Footpath Trainees : 2 posts, 1 year, Arran Access Trust - Arran Coastal Way Project (based in Brodick)
Countryside Management Lecturer / Course Manager - Maternity, Kingston Maurward College
Countryside Management Lecturer/s - Permanent part time posts, Kingston Maurward College
Ecologist, Aspect Ecology (Oxford based)
Countryside & Ecology Officer, City of York Council
Seasonal Ecologist (May - Oct 2014) Abbas Ecology Ltd
Recruitment adverts elsewhere with CJS:
Volunteers: 50 adverts for voluntary posts added this month see all of these online at: http://www.countryside-jobs.com/cjsweekly/Vols.htm
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