CJS Professional: June edition (67 pages)

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:
Administrator, the National Trust for Scotland
Principal Consultant Ecologist, Baker Consultants (Scotland)
Conservation Officer, Wychwood Project (Oxfordshire)
Head Ranger, the National Trust for Scotland (Mar Lodge)
Volunteering Development Officer, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Land Officer, CKD Galbraith (Perth, Scotland)
Deer Stalking Contract, National Trust (Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire)
Lead Ecological Consultant, Norfolk Wildlife Services
Rights of Way Bridge Technician, Somerset County Council
Senior Reserve Manager, Foxglove Covert (Catterick Garrison, N Yorkshire)
Senior Environmental Planner, Aberdeen City Council
Bat Licensed Ecologist, Neo Environmental (Warwickshire)
Ecologist, Sefton Council
Trainee Tutor, Leeson House Field Studies Centre, Dorset County Council
Bat Surveyors, Ecosulis (Bath)

CJS Notices
Do you run a practical conservation tasks programme? Do you need more volunteers? CJS can offer you free promotion of any practical work days
This edition includes CJS Focus on Marine & Coastal Environments in full.
Marine Conservation Society (MCS) lead with an article on marine pollution and some of the ways they aim to tackle the problem. Bass Rock is home to the largest Northern gannet colony in the world; Maggie Sheddan from the Scottish Seabird Centre explains why it is the perfect habitat. Paul Naylor takes photos of marine species and environments in a bid to highlight British marine life, hear about the work he does. The threatened seagrass meadows of Studland Bay are a very important habitat for many marine creatures, Dorset WT give details. Seawatch Foundation describes how important marine monitoring is to conservation efforts and how to get involved. Mark Simpson from WWT details the creation of Steart Marshes & the already evident benefits and South West Coast Path National Trail Partnership discuss management of a coastal path. This edition also includes adverts for projects, websites, services and training. Read it here

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Training Calendar for August is 4 pages Click here to read

If you run training courses or events for likeminded countryside professionals please send details to Helen on training@countryside-jobs.com  or feel free to recommend providers and we'll contact them to include their courses (you're not committing yourself or them to anything, and like most things with CJS it's free!)