CJS Professional: June 2023 edition

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The latest edition of CJS Professional is now online, read it in full here: http://www.countryside-jobs.com/professional/  (you may need to refresh your browser)

Contents:
Click the headers to browse each section, or click on each item 

Jobs

36 adverts for posts plus one for a trainee post included in this edition.
Please note adverts are deleted as they reach the closing date.

 

 

Apprenticeships, Trainees and Interns

One advert included here: Trainee Stalker, Cairngorms Connect for RSPB Scotland

 

CJS Information 

Last week (1-7 June) was Volunteers Week read about volunteers, and coverage in CJS in our article published to mark the start of the week [more]
Has Volunteers Week made you think you need more volunteers to help you with the conservation work so essential to nature and wildlife? Find out about free advertising for voluntary roles (and more) with CJS [more]
The annual update of our Citizen Science, Surveys and Fieldwork page has now been completed.
More information here or jump straight into the surveys

Can you help author Joe? He's looking to highlight issues with equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) prevalent across the sector, and is seeking contributors - people who are willing to share (anonymously if needed) experiences. [more

 

Features and In Depth Features

Navigating private finance for nature-based projects By Phoebe Tucker, Nature Associate
Organisation profile: Beautiful Burial Grounds By Andrea Gilpin, Communications & Development Manager at Caring for God's Acre
Published for International Otter Day: Otters in the UK - What You Can Do To Help By Grace Yoxon, Director of the International Otter Survival Fund
Published as part of our coverage of Invasive Species Week which was in May Searching for Schr√∂dinger’s Stoat in Orkney By Adam Robertson, Communications Officer at the Orkney Native Wildlife Project
For World Oceans Day, which is today: 8 June. Protecting our oceans through innovative science: can we still turn the tide? By Grant Stentiford, Chief Scientist, CEFAS

In case you missed it, 4 features worth revisiting

CJS Focus

The latest edition was published on Monday and is CJS Focus on Land and Habitat Management in association with the Landscape Institute.
Read it in full as part of CJS Professional here, or as a shareable standalone publication here.
The next edition is due for publication in October and will feature the vital Conservation Support Services, suggestions for content and offers of article are welcome, please contact Amy, Focus Co-ordinator with your ideas: focus@countryside-jobs.com  

Features from CJS Focus on Volunteering in association with The Conservation Volunteers.
Routes in to Rangering By: Sarah Davis, Landscape and Countryside Officer at BCP Council More information here or read the article here
Shadow Volunteers: Growing the environmentalists for tomorrow By: Victoria Tofte, Technical Volunteer Co-ordinator for Forestry England More information here or read the article here
When the advice is "Volunteer!" how do you live? By: Emma Parker, Ranger, Hopetoun House More information here or read the article here 

News from the past month

 

Training

Calendar of events and short courses occurring in August plus additions made over the past month.

 

Useful Information - the CJS bulletin board

Classified advert: ACS Distance Education, offering a free e-book plus discounts on courses [more]

 

 

The next edition of CJS Professional will be published on: 13 July

Got something to share or want to advertise? The deadline is: 5pm Monday 10 July