08 June 2017

CJS Professional: June edition

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:
Conservation Advisor, Avon Wildlife Trust (Bristol)
Assistant Instructor, Sayers Croft Outdoor Learning Centre (Surrey, Residential apprentice post for one year)
Youth Engagement Volunteers, New Forest National Park (voluntary roles 26/6 - 4/8/17)
Heritage Buildings Traineeship, Chiltern Open Air Museum (Chalfont St Giles, Bucks. 18 month Training Placement)
New Forest Apprentice Ranger, New Forest National Park (13 month apprenticeship from October)
2 x Senior Project Officers - Building Better Opportunities Project, Cumbria, TCV (2 year posts, Carlisle & Eden District)
Reserves Officer, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust
Community Development Officer - Green Spaces, Basingstoke and Deane
City to Coast Living Landscape Manager, Northumberland Wildlife Trust
Blue House Farm Warden, Essex Wildlife Trust
Estate Worker Wokingham Borough Council Countryside Service
Woodland & Countryside Manager, Glendale (based Marlborough)
Fruit Tree Expert, Eaton Estate (Chester)
Conservation Farming Traineeship, Wiltshire Wildlife Trust (12 month placement from mid-July in South Wiltshire)
Tree and Landscape Officer, Braintree District Council

CJS Notices
CJS Focus on Fundraising and Promotion in association with Environmental Funders Network.
18 pages in total, the lead is provided by the Environmental Funders Network and comes from Hugh Raven, Chair of EFN but also a Trustee of a grant giving foundation. He knows what he’s looking for in a grant application. Richard Witt discusses the preparation needed to succeed with a fundraising ask. We have two job profiles: one from a Visitor Experience Assistant with the National Trust and one from a Consumer PR Executive who works for RSPB, find out what they get up to in their working day. An interview with the Co-founder of Crowdfunder, Dawn Bebe gives some very useful insight in to using this type of platform to raise money. After Nesta’s Rethinking Parks project, they have some tips for successful parks innovation. Groundwork describes how important their Ambassadors are to promoting the organisation within communities. Finally we can’t manage without social media in today’s word of promotion, find out from Jim Hardcastle how best to utilise the tools available.
Read it online here or download a PDF copy.

Advance Notice for CJS Focus on Volunteering in association with RSPB
We know that holidays are just around the corner (going anywhere nice?) so before you get too busy with children's events and guided walks or head off to sunnier climes we'd like to let you know that the next edition of CJS Focus will be looking at Volunteering once again, this time in association with RSPB. The deadline for advertising is 8 September but we're accepting adverts now. More Information, andsubmit your adverts (free options available) here.


Surveys and Citizen Science: . Click here to see additions made during May.
Details of additions to Surveys and Fieldwork section, 18 new listings this month


Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read

Training Calendar Click here to read
Short Courses and Events in August  14 pages
Send information about your training courses today to training@countryside-jobs.com or submit online here

Print length this edition: 106
That's a lot to read however CJS Professional is set so that you can skim the headers and pick out the articles that are appropriate for you or use the links above to go direct to each section. and now with navigation at the top of the edition.

The next edition of CJS Professional will be published on: 13 July
Got something to share or want to advertise? The deadline is: 5pm Monday 10 July
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