12 October 2017

CJS Professional: October 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:
Farm Advisor - Perranport,  Cornwall Wildlife Trust. 1 year fixed term 3 dpw
Planning & Environment Manager, Forestry Commission England (North England Forest District, Bellingham, Hexham, Northumberland)
Estate Worker, Wokingham Borough Council
Grant and Trust Fundraising Manager , Butterfly Conservation
Biodiversity Engagement Project Assistant, Powys County Council (based The Gwalia, Llandrindod Wells)
Project Officer - Woodland Wings, Butterfly Conservation.  Part-time 0.4fte, fixed term contract for three years.
Falkirk Woodland Officer, Central Scotland Green Network. 12 Month, Temporary Post
Regional Manager - East, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Temporary Self Employed Field Surveyor vacancies in London and surrounding area, Acres Woodlands. To start from 17 October, initial 6 weeks work until 1 December and a further 8 week period from mid January, with potential opportunity for follow up work.
Torridge Headwaters Project Officer, Devon Wildlife Trust. Permanent post, with funding secured until June 2020
Northamptonshire Biodiversity Records Centre Manager, Wildlife Trust BCN. Part time
Head of Nature Reserves, Somerset Wildlife Trust (Taunton or Cheddar)

CJS Notices
CJS Focus on Volunteer in association with RSPB. In full and PDF download available
26 pages in total, the lead article is from RSPB; they describe how volunteering can really bring clarity to & boost your career. Sometimes it seems like you’re not getting anywhere but A Focus On Nature urge you not to turn your back on volunteering. The Countryside Management Association lay out some of the ideas for areas where volunteer help could really make a difference to the organisation. Volunteer photographers are helping the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust in their work to inform & enthuse visitors. Learn more about the role. The Canal & River Trust run regular work days across the canal network, they outline how work days can be beneficial for you. Find out how you can help the Scottish Countryside Rangers Association by volunteering with them. Volunteer motivation has changed - Kent Wildlife Trust has realised this and are finding new ways to attract volunteers. Read about some of their strategies. Dean Castle Country Park, in North Ayrshire has, with thanks to a grant and a dedicated team, put in place a volunteer programme to be proud of. This edition also carries lots of voluntary vacancies and work day opportunities.
Advance notice of the next edition: CJS Focus on Forestry and Arboriculture - accepting adverts and suggestions now.

Details of additions to Surveys and Fieldwork section, 2 new listings this month
Surveys and Citizen Science: . Click here to see additions made during May.

Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read

Training Calendar Click here to read
Short Courses and Events in December, 6 pages
Send information about your training courses today to training@countryside-jobs.com or submit online here

Print length this edition: 121
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: 9 November
Got something to share or want to advertise? The deadline is: 5pm Monday 6 November
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