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:
River Idle Catchment Partnership Agricultural Advisor, River Idle Catchment Partnership (Nottinghamshire)
Reserves Officer (Lower Aire Valley), Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Chief Executive Officer, National Biodiversity Network Trust (Location: Flexible but with regular travel to Nottingham and London and across the UK)
Senior Ecologist, Elliott Environmental Surveyors (Hexham, Northumberland)
Trainee Surveyors and Proficient Arboricultural Surveyors, Treework Environmental Practice (Warwickshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire, Hampshire, London, Berkshire and Surrey)
Team Member / Project Assistant, CJS (yes, with us!), Goathland N Yorks
Landscape Partnership Scheme Training Officer, Shropshire Council
Parks Area Manager, Hull Culture & Leisure Management Team.
Community Engagement Officer - Save Our Magnificent Meadows Cotswolds Conservation Board
Christmas and New Year opening hours and deadlines. Full details here: http://www.countryside-jobs.com/CJS_Stuff/Christmas.htm
2016 Calendar (download your copy here:www.countryside-jobs.com/CJS_Stuff/Cal2016.pdf
Want to work with us? We have a vacancy in the Team, find out more here: www.countryside-jobs.com/Jobs/CJS-Team-member.html
The second article from Bat Conservation Trust is included in this edition, looking at hibernation and hibernation surveys.
This edition includes CJS Focus on Wildlife and Animal Work in full.
20 pages in total, the lead article, a joint RZSS effort includes a piece from the Scottish Beaver Trial’s Roisin Campbell-Palmer on her job and how the re-introduction project has progressed. It also includes a piece from Colin Oulton, Animal Team Leader at Edinburgh Zoo, he describes his career path and zoo conservation work with the Socorro dove. Dr Chris Gleed-Owen from the British Herpetological Society he writes about working and volunteering in amphibian research. Secret World Wildlife Rescue helped by an army of volunteers look after injured, orphaned and abused creatures. We interview a Wildlife Crime Officer from North Yorkshire Police about his job. Bird ringing with the BTO is an essential data gathering exercise, Ruth Walker gives some information about the job of ringing. Jemima Parry-Jones MBE of the International Centre for Birds of Prey lays out some hard facts about a job working with birds of prey. Piers Warren from Wildeye International School of Wildlife Film-making gives lots of information about a career in wildlife filmmaking. And finally Martin Harper has worked for RSPB for 11 years, he talks about his early career and what made him want to work for the benefit of nature.
Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read
Training Calendar Click here to read
Short Courses and Events in February 2016. 4 page calendar in total
Grants and funding: Click here for details
Several new funding suppliers listed this month.