CJS Professional: August edition

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Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:
Title, Employer, Location:, Basis: (contract details if known)
Assistant Ranger, Kent County Council, Dartford (permanent, full time)
Consultant (Wetland Ecology), Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Slimbridge Wetland Centre
Specialist Advisor, Fisheries INNS Management, Natural Resources Wales, Wales (Full time, fixed to 31/3/2020)
Chief Executive Officer, Gwent Wildlife Trust, Dingestow, Monmouthshire
Visitor Operations Manager, RSPB, Exminster, Devon (Part time, 26 hpw, permanent)
Visitor Experience Officer, RSPB, Exminster, Devon (Part time, 22.5 hpw, permanent)
Landscapers , Ecosulis Ltd, Aylesbury (Full time)
Footpath Workers, Forestry Workers & Tree Planters, Arran Footpath & Forestry Ltd, Isle of Arran
Countryside Ranger, Colchester Borough Council, High Woods Country Park, Colchester (Full time, permanent)
Public Rights of Way Officer, Warrington Borough Council, Warrington (Full time)
Farm Instructor, Lambourne End Centre, South West Essex (35 hpw flexible working)
Specialist Advisor - Water Access & Recreation, Natural Resources Wales, Bridgend (Full time, permanent)
Project Manager & Project Officer, Chilterns AONB, Goring on Thames (Full time contracts fo 5 years)
Nature Friendly Schools Senior Officer, Lancashire Wildlife Trust, Preston, Lancashire
Forestry Course Manager - Newton Rigg, Askhan Bryan College, Newton Rigg, campus, Cumbria (Full time, permanent)
Science Fundraiser, RSPB, Bedfordshire (Full time, 2 year contract)
Assistant Parish Ranger, Chorleywood Parish Council, Chorleywood, Herts
Biodiversity Information Assistant, West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre, Whitland, West Wales (2 dpw, 12 month contract)
NLHF Project Development Officer, Nene Park Trust, Peterborough (Fixed contract 1/9/19 to 28/2/2021)
Assistant Project Officer, Nene Park Trust, Peterborough (18 month contract)
Assistant Ranger, Lee Valley Regional Park, Lee Valley, London E10 (35 hpw, permanent)
Rangers, Lee Valley Regional Park, Lee Valley, Holyfield Farm,Waltham Abbey (35 hpw, permanent)
Sawmiller, Grosvenor Estate, Eaton Estate, Chester
Conservation Officer, RSPB, Glasgow (Full time, permanent)
Beddington Farmlands Warden, London Borough of Sutton, Carshalton (36 hpw, 25 year contract)
Education and Activities Officer, Nene Park Trust, Peterborough
Ecologist, Merseyside Environmental Advisory Service, Sefton Council, Bootle (36 hpw)
Estate Couple, Private Estate, near Aberlour, Moray (5 - 20 hpw depending on season)
Landscape Partnership Manager, Cranborne Chase and Chalke Valley Landscape Partnership Scheme, Near Tollard Royal, Wiltshire (Fixed term contract to 30/6/2024)

34 adverts for voluntary posts added this month

Surveys and Fieldwork
Additions made in July, 4 listings:
Walk this Water Way is a citizen science project run by the Mammal Society.
The Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland in collaboration with Coventry University has launched Plant Alert.
Shoresearch is running until 11 August 2019. So if you're quick you can help the Wildlife Trusts monitor marine life on UK shores.
28 September 2019 National Whale and Dolphin Watch in Llandudno, Wales.

Features and In Depth articles
50 not out for Staffordshire Wildlife Trust
London is a National Park City
70 years of National Park adventure, Campaign for National Parks

CJS Focus
The most recent edition looked at Recreation, the next, due in September is focusing on Countryside Management - CJS main area of work. Now taking adverts

CJS Information and other articles
Fifth article from our Featured Charity: Canal and River Trust. Caring for Sites of Special Scientific Interest at the Canal & River Trust
Inspired by Kerryn's recounting of how the CJS Team came together Niall has been digging into the memory banks and has put together some of his recollections of the earliest days of CJS.
This month we also have birthday wishes from IPROW, Bernie McLinden, Senior ranger at North York Moors National Park and from Lynne a long time CJS Weekly reader.
You'll find all our CJS 25 Birthday articles and some lovely comments from readers
CJS Birthday gift giveaway: exeGesIS Spatial Data Management has given us a free place on any of their GIS training courses - all of which are suitable for Countryside Managers. You really don't want to miss this one.
A new service from CJS: Quarterly newsletter for advertisers.  If you're not ready to advertise now - why not sign up to our quarterly newsletter straight to your inbox? For details of the latest rates, features and advertising options sign up here.  It's free, no obligation and you can unsubscribe at any time.
A friendly reminder about our free advertising - It really is totally free, no catch or hidden extras.
On World Ranger Day (31 July), CJS stands with the world's rangers protecting wildlife - will you join us?

Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read

Training Calendar Click here to read
Calendar of events and short courses occurring in October, plus details of short courses available on an ad hoc basis, 20 pages
Send information about your training courses today to training@countryside-jobs.com or submit online here.

Grants and sources of funding
One new listing this month

Print length this edition: 101
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: 12 September
Got something to share or want to advertise? The deadline is: 5pm Monday 9 September
Contact us by email: ranger@countryside-jobs.com