CJS Professional: July edition

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Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:
Title, Employer, Location:, Basis: (contract details if known)
Membership Recruitment Manager, RSPB, Arne, Dorset (Permanent, full time)
Sheep Dyke Warden, North Ronaldsay Trust, North Ronaldsay, Orkney (Initially 3 years)
2 x Assistant Peatland Restoration Project Officers, Natural England, Whixall, North Shropshire SY13 2PD (2 year to Sept 2021)
Retail Assistant, RSPB, Near Carnforth, Lancashire (Part time 21.75 hpw, permanent)
Parks Endowment Communications Manager, greenspace scotland, Stirling (or home-based) (Part time 0.2 FTE, fixed term to 31/12/2020 with poss extension)
Riverlution Manager, River Stewardship Company, Sheffield
Green Health Programme Manager, greenspace scotland, Edinburgh (Fixed term for 2 years, poss extension)
Senior Education & Community Officer, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, Whisby Nature Park, near Lincoln
Warden, RSPB, Carmarthenshire (Full time, permanent)
Case Officer (Rights of Way), Open Spaces Society, Henley-on-Thames with some home working (Minimum 21 hrs, flexible)
Country Manager - Sierra Leone, RSPB, Gola National Park HQ, Kenema and Freetown Sierra Leone (Full time, 2 years)
Assistant Trees & Conservation Officer, Amber Valley Borough Council, Ripley, Derbyshire (18.5 hpw (aggregated) 2 years)
Site Manager, RSPB, Franchises Wood, Wiltshire (Full time, permanent)
Team Leader Development Planning (Mid Wales), Natural Resources Wales, Aberystwyth (37 hpw, permanent)
Dorset Heathland Heart Outreach Officer, Plantlife, Purbecks (maternity cover, part time to 31/8/2020)
Visitor Experience Officer, RSPB, Nottinghamshire (Full time, permanent)
Old Chalk New Downs Habitat Management Advisor, Kent County Council, Allington Lock, Maidstone (Full time, fixed to 31/5/2021, poss extension)
Leave Only Footprints Assistant, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council, Hengistbury Head LNR (Part time, 22.2 hpw, fixed to 29/5/2020)
Community Ranger, RSPB, Inverness-shire (Full time, 4 years)
Reserves Officer, Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, Ceredigion (3.5 dpw)
Full time Ranger, Finlaystone Country Estate, Langbank, PA14 6TJ (37 - 40 hpw)
Water Sensitive Farming Farm Advisor, Norfolk Rivers Trust, Norfolk
Senior Countryside Warden, South West Lakes Trust, Wimbleball Lake, Exmoor (Full time)
Conservation Scientist, RSPB, Sandy, Bedfordshire (Full time for 28mths)

Sevenoaks Greensand Commons Project Apprentice, Seven Oaks District Council, Sevenoaks (18mth contract)

41 adverts for voluntary posts added this month

Surveys and Fieldwork
8 surveys added in June including:
Trees for Cities, Brillianto and Forest Research are hosting a citizen science project to map out the canopy cover of Britain’s towns and cities.
The Big Wasp Survey, with your help, aims to find out more about which species live where.
Naturehood from Earthwatch is focused on gathering wildlife data in private gardens.
Why not take part in Sea Watch Foundation's National Whale & Dolphin Watch July 27th - August 4th
You could also get involved in Project Splatter which collates wildlife roadkill reports.

Features and In Depth articles
National Whale and Dolphin Watch 2019:  Sea Watch Foundation
Project Splatter - using citizen scientists to monitor wildlife roadkill
Fields in Trust research finds 2.5 million people across Great Britain without a nearby park or green space
How to save a species? Article by Conservation Evidence
Undisturbed, a social media campaign from UK National Wildlife Crime Unit calling on all UK wildlife photographers and drone operators to ensure the welfare of wild animals while photographing or filming them. Fits in nicely with CJS first Photo Competition
Big congratulations to: Scottish Wildlife Trust with 50 years of Loch of the Lowes

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
To mark the half way point through our Birthday Year and actual anniversary of the first Countryside Jobs Service publication a second piece from CJS Editor, Kerryn.
Birthday wishes from long time CJS Friend and occasional collaborator: Matthew Chatfield
This month's gift giveaway is one for everybody who has any interest in the countryside. It's an annual subscription to CJS Weekly by email.
New simplified advertising from CJS - highly targeted advertising for all your countryside and conservation jobs.
As part of our Birthday Celebrations CJS is running a Photography Competition
Read the article from NWCU to make sure you don't disturb whilst getting that winning photo.
The Youth Adventure Trust wonders if your team is up for a challenge?

Top headlines from the past month: Click here to read

Training Calendar Click here to read
Calendar of events and short courses occurring in - September, plus details of short courses available on an ad hoc basis, 12 pages
Send information about your training courses today to training@countryside-jobs.com or submit online here.

Grants and sources of funding
Two new listings this month

Print length this edition: 111
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: 8 August
Got something to share or want to advertise? The deadline is: 5pm Monday 5 August
Contact us by email: ranger@countryside-jobs.com