What you think CJS does: advertise jobs for rangers.

What CJS actually does…..

Promotes countryside projects, publishes adverts for volunteers, collates a daily news roundup, works with many different organisations to highlight issues and introduce new initiatives, runs a large directory of sector wide training courses and professional events, hosts a wide range of advice and information covering all parts of the conservation sector, produces three newsletters as well as managing a large website and yes, advertises jobs for rangers, amongst lots of others!

In fact less than 12% of all the adverts placed in 2019* were for rangers and it's still less than 30% when considering all jobs across the wider land management field.  Those two big blue areas on the first chart represent the largest number of vacancies and they are for ecology and environmental education roles.  The chart demonstrates the depth and breadth of vacancies advertised by CJS showing just how much of the sector is included as standard: from support services and promotion to wildlife work and animal care, and everything in between.

*For obvious reasons data from 2020 does not provide a good example!

Our readership survey of 2020 shows that readers have a much wider range of interests than the jobs we advertise.  The second chart shows the main area of interest, only one could be chosen.  Again ecology formed a large proportion as did environmental education.  Wildlife work and animal care is equal with ecology, both on 12% of the readership but we have significantly lower numbers of these sorts of vacancies. 


So if you're looking to contact a countryside, conservation, nature, ecology, education, wildlife professional then CJS really is the place to advertise whether that's for your next team member, volunteer or to showcase your project and latest success.  And if you're one of those people you know you're in the right place for the latest information - which yes, does include jobs - and why not tell your colleagues what they're missing? 


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CJS is an ethical business working in harmony with environmental professionals to conserve the British countryside and natural world. Motivated by conservation success not profits.