CJS Professional: March 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:
Production Gardener, Camphill Blair Durmmond, Stirling
Living Landscapes Team Leader, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Farmer Cluster Officer (Beult Catchment), Kent Wildlife Trust, Tyland Barn, Maidstone (Fixed term for 1 year (to March 2020), full time)
Ecologist, Applied Ecological Services Ltd, Based in County Durham but working throughout the UK
Estates Assistant / Caretaker, Windermere Jetty, Windermere, Lake District
Land Based Technician with Fisheries Specialism, Bedford College Group, Shuttleworth, Bedfordshire (40 hpw (1.0FTE) / 52 weeks per year)
Estate Maintenance Worker / Joiner, Grosvenor Estate, Reay Forest Estate, Sutherland
Site Manager, Ecosulis, Aylesbury (Contract & permanent)
Senior Ecologist, MacArthur Green, Based in our office in the west end of Glasgow
H2O: Source2Sea Project Coordinator, Kent Wildlife Trust, Tyland Barn, Maidstone (Fixed term until end February 2022, part time - 3 dpw)
2 x Assistant Rangers, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, Staffordshire (35 hpw, 2 year contract)
Landscaper, Ecosulis, Aylesbury (full time, permanent)
Countryside Management - Team Leader, The Twig Group, Kent
RECORD Database Officer, RECORD, Chester (full time, permanent)
Foreman and General Workers, Knighton Countryside Management, Piddlehinton, Dorchester (temporary but permanent available)
Head Gardeners, KLP Estate, Kingstone Lisle Park, near Wantage, Oxon
Countryside Manager, Kent Downs AONB, Kent Downs AONB (full time, fixed contract to 31/8/2022)
Summer Field Surveyors, ECOSA, Hampshire, Gloucestershire & surrounding counties (temporary)
Blyth River Catchment Advisor, Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Ipswich, Suffolk (full time, fixed term contract)
Centre & Office Administrator, Earth Trust, South Oxfordshire (full time)
Park Ranger, Anglian Water, Ipswich, Suffolk
Trust Director, Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust, Perth (full time, permanent)

74 adverts for voluntary posts added this month

Surveys and Fieldwork
Do you live in the South West of England? Are you a cat owner? Would you like to know more about the impact of cats on wildlife?
Researchers from the University of Exeter are seeking cat owners to become researchers for a new study designed to test different techniques to reduce the amount of wildlife killed by domestic cats, while maintaining and improving cat health and welfare.
A further 2 surveys added during February - Cornwall Mammal Group's annual tracking surveys & Buglife's Northern February red stonefly

CJS Focus
The next CJS Focus is on Recreation in association with the Outdoor Recreation Network due for publication on 20 May, now accepting articles and adverts [more]

CJS Information and other articles
CJS 25th Birthday wishes from TCV and Harper Adam University [more]
Enter the draw for this month's Birthday Present: A subscription to TCV's Practical Conservation Handbooks [more]
Second article from our Featured Charity: Canal and River Trust. Find wellbeing in your working week.
Whether you’re right at the start of your career or you’re looking for a new challenge, our people work across disciplines including ecology, heritage, engineering, volunteer management, project management and many more. [continue]
Take advantage of The Open University Work Placement Programme [more]
Talking dogs, dog walking, health benefits and for countryside managers some insight into managing dog walkers! in this CJS In Depth blog post: Boots, jacket, hat & gloves, leads, whistle, poo bags - check, check, check. OK tribe let's go! [more]

Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read

Training Calendar Click here to read
Calendar of events and short courses occurring in May.
Plus additions to long courses and providers made over the past month.
Send information about your training courses today to training@countryside-jobs.com or submit online here.  

Grants and sources of funding
Details 8 new and updated listings.

Print length this edition: 97
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. Now with navigation at the top of the edition.

The next edition of CJS Professional will be published on: 11 April
Got something to share or want to advertise? The deadline is: 5pm Monday 8 April
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