The latest edition of CJS Professional is now online, read it in full here:   You may need to refresh your browser.

Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:
Project Co-ordinator (hands on), Nimrod Environmental (Barnsley)
Community Gardener, Harmeny School (Balerno, Edinburgh)
Ranger (South), Lee Valley Regional Park Authority
Forestry Manager, Treelands (Southern England)
Ornithological Field Surveyors, ACE Surveyors (Scotland)
Survey Assistant (Casual), Bats, Angela Graham Bat Consultancy Service Ltd (Manchester)
Senior Ecologist, PV Ecology Ltd (Winchester)
Gardener, Clan Donald Skye
Forestry Manager, Treelands (Scotland)
South Humber Warden, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
Head Ranger, National Trust for Scotland (Mar Lodge)
Field Assistant, Ecology Solutions (Southern England)
2 Seasonal Rangers, Babergh & Mid Suffolk District Councils
Estate Gardener / Ranger, Harmeny School (Balerno, Edinburgh)
Field Studies Tutors, The Cranedale Centre (Malton, N Yorkshire)
Clerk to the Board of Conservators & Finance Officer, Conservators of Ashdown Forest

Other adverts:
One week course in Corsica, Operation New World
Training Bursary from the Dry Stone Walling Association in the North West

CJS Notices
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British Wildlife Photography Awards, final call. Entries close at midnight on 1 May.
CJS Focus on Marine & Coastal Environments
The lead article from Marine Conservation Society will focus on marine litter and the damage it can do to the marine environment. The South West Coast Path Association talks about coastal path management & WWT about coastal wetlands. Seawatch Foundation describes how important marine monitoring is to conservation and Scottish Seabird Centre explains why Bass Rock is so important to gannets.  
This edition will be published on Monday 25 May, included with CJS Weekly on Friday 22 May and in full in the June edition of CJS Professional on Thursday 11 June.  Send us your details here, and remember you can advertise free of charge (it's limited but it's free!). Deadline is a strict 15 May.

Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read

Training Calendar for June is 5 pages Click here to read

If you run training courses or events for likeminded countryside professionals please send details to Helen on  or feel free to recommend providers and we'll contact them to include their courses (you're not committing yourself or them to anything, and like most things with CJS it's free!)