14 April 2016

CJS Professional: April edition - another impressive edition at 70 pages.

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:
Senior Environmental Education Officer, Groundwork (Hatfield, Herts)
Sustainable Land Management Trainee, The Resilience Centre (Woolaston, Gloucs)
Seasonal Ecologist, Devon Wildlife Consultants
Campsite General Manager, Llyn Gwynant Campsite (Snowdonia)
Graduate Ecologist, Wildwood Ecology (Cirencester or Stroud)
Estate and Horticulture Warden, Horndean Parish Council (Hants)
Ranger, First for Wellbeing  (Northamptonshire County Council) (Barnwell Country Park near Oundle)
Pine Marten Project Manager, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Wildlife Coordinator,  Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (Youth in Nature, Hull)
Seasonal Survey Assistant Ribble Life Together project (Ribble Rivers Trust), Clitheroe, Lancashire
Survey Assistant (Casual), Bats,  Angela Graham Bat Consultancy Service Ltd (Manchester area)

Other adverts:
Environmental Career Development Programme on the Mediterranean island of Corsica with Operation New World

CJS Notices
CJS Focus on Countryside Skills: traditional and modern.
What skills do you need for a successful, enjoyable countryside career? 
The next Focus edition will be published on 23 May and will look at Countryside Skills, from traditional dry stone walling and hedge-laying to more modern skills required for the electronic age.
In association with the Field Studies Council (FSC) the leader article from them focuses on field identification skills; the decline that has been witnessed within the sector over the last few years and the steps FSC are taking to turn this around.
Other articles consider the traditional skills required for many jobs within nature conservation and also the emerging skills which give applicants that extra something over other job seekers. 
We want to ensure that CJS readers are the best equipped for work in wildlife & countryside conservation.  If you provide a course, training event, product, service, run a website or offer resources that will assist people wanting to work in this sector.  Highlight it to CJS readers and let’s make sure they have all the skills needed to succeed in their countryside career.
50 word linage adverts are FREE
Click here to submit yours now or email copy to focus@countryside-jobs.com
Have a look at previous Focus editions here.  
NB: Deadline 13 May 2016
As usual the publication will be online in full, heavily promoted across our social media networks as well as being included in CJS Weekly and here in CJS Professional (June edition)

Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read

Training Calendar Click here to read
Short Courses and Events in June plus details of courses available on demand or regular basis . 13 page calendar in total
Plus details of recent additions to the Training Directory

Classified Advertising Click here
Ali Beckett Design: A friendly, reliable design service specialising in interpretation panels and wildlife information.

Grants and funding: Click here for details
Six new funding suppliers listed this month.