This is a full time permanent position (although temporary work over the summer/autumn is also available if this is of interest). We work a 40 hour week, and the job involves outdoor work throughout the year including:
• Working in waders, life jackets and Personal Protective Equipment
• Bank protection installations using hydraulic post drivers;
• Small fell tree surgery, chainsaws & power tools.
• Operation of heavy plant and machinery
• Undertaking construction site roles.
• Working around protected species and within designated and sensitive wildlife sites.
As part of your career path we offer a program of training to expand your skills.
The successful candidate will be:
• Physically fit and energetic with enthusiasm for aquatic conservation
• Able to swim (essential)
• Have a positive attitude and work ethic
• Able to work either in a team or unsupervised; self-motivated
• Good interpersonal & organisational skills
• Practical and good at problem solving
• Have a track record of interest in outdoor and environmental work.
• Willingness to stay away Monday–Friday when required (accommodation provided, along with away bonus and subsistence allowance)
Desirable but not essential:
• Full clean driving licence
• Relevant qualifications
How to Apply
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and an outline of your interests, qualifications and skills.