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:
Apprentice Wildlife Ranger, Ipswich Borough Council
Fundraising Membership Officer,  Nurture Lakeland (Cumbria)
Senior Consultant Ecologist, amec (Leamington Spa)
Ecologist, Aspect Ecology (Oxfordshire)
Research Officer, North Pennines AONB Partnership (Stanhope, County Durham)
Specialist Access Officer - Access & Rights of Way, The British Horse Society (HQ near Stoneleigh, Warwickshire)
Ornithologist, AEC Ltd (Hong Kong)
GIS Services Delivery Manager, The Rivers Trust (Probably South West based)
Save Our Magnificent Meadows Project Adviser, Plantlife (Plantlife office or flexible location)
General Estate Worker, Wadhurst Park Estate (East Sussex, nr Tunbridge Wells)
Cemetery Park Officer, Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park (Southern Grove, London E3)

CJS Notices
CJS Focus on Environmental and Outdoor Education in affiliation with NAEE UK - the National Association for Environmental Education (UK) included with this edition in full.
19 pages in total, NAEE provide the lead with a small history of env ed in the UK, discuss the current situation and hopes for the future. Why not embark on a career in Environmental Education, find out how you can train with University of Edinburgh. There are details of the Natural Connections Demonstration Project from Plymouth Uni and Empty Classroom Day which is organised for 20 June this year. Kent Wildlife Trust give their take on why they think running events is a worthwhile part of their offer and East Devon District Council have some tips along with details of some pitfalls when running events. The Wild Network highlight the importance of getting kids outdoors and active. We take a look at The Outward Bound Trust and what they have to offer and finally National Trust for Scotland describe how their partnership with Highland Fling Bungee has proved successful. This edition also includes many adverts for providers, training courses, projects & websites.

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