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Expiry date:23:59, 03 June 2021
Location:RSPB Northern Ireland
Salary:£27,574.00 - £30,590.00 Per Annum
Benefits:Pension, Annual Leave, Life Assurance
Are you passionate about nature and experienced in conservation delivery in coastal habitats? We are looking for a determined and enthusiastic team-player to join our East Area Team in Northern Ireland, to deliver a range of work for priority species and habitats, with a key focus on the Causeway Coast and Rathlin Island.
In this varied role you will be a strong advocate for nature, building positive and innovative partnerships, providing advice directly to land managers, responding to developments that threaten protected sites or species, and delivering conservation projects to help nature thrive.
The Causeway Coast and Rathlin Island encompasses some of the most spectacular landscapes and scenery in Northern Ireland from the Giant’s Causeway to Fair Head and is home to such iconic species as corncrake, yellowhammer, lapwing, snipe and chough.
We are working collaboratively to share knowledge, experiences and resources with numerous stakeholders of wide-ranging interests and perspectives across this landscape, including landowners, land managers, local communities, visitors, businesses, statutory agencies and other nature conservation bodies, to secure a sustainable future for nature.
The successful candidate will be a key member of a small locally based team in RSPB NI’s East Area Team. You’ll work with the Senior Conservation Officer, Site Manager and the Rathlin Reserve Team and additional specialists in ecology, science, communications, fundraising, policy, advocacy and project management across the wider RSPB team to bring about real and lasting change for nature.
The key duties of this role are:
Flexible working is important to the way we operate - your main focus will be on the Causeway Coast but there may be occasions when we need you to support colleagues in other locations.
This is a fantastic opportunity to play your part in delivering RSPB's conservation work - if this sounds like the role for you, we would love to hear from you.
For all application/role enquiries please contact - Neal.Warnock@rspb.org.uk
Please note you will be required to complete an online application form only for this role.
Before applying for this role we encourage you to read through the candidate guidance notes attached at the top of this advert.
Graduate GIS Technician, Bell Ingram LLP
Location: Perth, Northwich or Thirsk
Salary: Competitive Salary
Contract Type: Full Time, Permanent
Bell Ingram are looking for a Graduate GIS Technician to join our expanding GIS team based in Perth, Northwich or Thirsk.
The position is for someone with a degree in GIS, Geography or related subject, and who has a wish to progress in GIS. There is opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects covering the infrastructure, rural land management and forestry sectors.
Applicants must have the ability to cope with a varied workload, be self-motivated, possess good communication skills. The ideal candidate will have experience with QGIS or other GIS software, field surveys, knowledge of spatial data management and analysis, georeferencing and cartographic skills through map and plan production. Programming and web-mapping would be desirable, however further training will be provided on these.
Travel throughout Scotland and Northern England is required so a full driving licence and access to a car for business purposes is desirable, but not essential.
This is a full time role and we offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate to the skills and experience of the successful applicant along with excellent training opportunities and career progression prospects.
Informal enquiries are welcomed by Marcus Humphrey on 01738 621121. Please forward your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bell Ingram is an equal opportunities employer.
Closing Date 4th June 2021 at Midday
Current VacanciesCoastal Surveyor
Application closing date: 28/05/2021
Salary: Starting from £22,183 to £24,491 per annum
Working Pattern: Full Time
Hours: 37 Hours Per Week
You will be part of the Engineering Team which undertakes a broad range of civil, municipal and environmental engineering work for Adur & Worthing Councils.
With funding granted by Central Government, Adur & Worthing Councils are managing, in partnership with other Coastal Councils and the Environment Agency, the Regional Coastal Monitoring Programme for this area. The area covered extends between Selsey Bill and Rye Harbour and includes GPS, mobile & static laser scan and UAV surveys, data management and coastal process, beach, wave and tide analysis.
We are looking for an energetic, scientifically minded, motivated person with good communication & IT skills and a love of the great outdoors. You will be working as part of a team at the forefront of this work in the UK. Your main functions will be to assist with the collection, processing and analysis of coastal data.
Survey work will require you riding an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV), a willingness to work outside of normal office hours (i.e. 4:00am starts and occasional 10:00pm finish) in all weather conditions. The physicality of this role cannot be underestimated.
You must have A-level Maths, Geography or an ONC in Civil Engineering, Coastal Engineering or a comparable Land Surveying qualification.
To discuss the post, please contact Dan Amos, Coastal Cell 4d Data Analyst / Project Manager, on 01903 221376 or email email@example.com
For more information and to apply click here.
IAPETUS2 Research Experience Placements 2021
We are delighted to be able to offer up to FIVE placements for current undergraduates / integrated Masters students to undertake research in one of our partner institutions this summer. IAPETUS2 is a Doctoral Training Partnership supported by the Natural Environment Research Council, and supports environmental research across a very wide range of subject areas.
The Research Experience Placements (REPs) are a great opportunity for finding out about research careers in the environmental sciences. We welcome applications from anyone considering a PhD, and in particular we welcome applications from students:
· from underrepresented demographic and diversity-related groups in environmental sciences
· looking to further technical or quantitative skills relevant for subsequent PhD applications.
If you successfully complete an REP with us, and subsequently apply for a PhD with us, you are guaranteed an interview for that PhD. We will provide mentorship and workshops over the summer to support career development and give experience of being part of the IAPETUS2 team.
Support for an 8-week placement will typically be £2,475. Please get in touch if you have any questions about the support we can provide to enable access to a placement.
REPs are based around specific projects. Please see the full list here, where you will also find contact details for getting in touch with project supervisors.
You must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible for a REP. You must:
· Be undertaking your first undergraduate degree studies (or integrated Masters)
· Be applying for a placement in a different department from the one where you are undertaking your undergraduate degree
· Be eligible for subsequent NERC PhD funding (Details of eligibility for PhD studentships can be found here).
The deadline for applications is Friday 28thMay 2021. You should complete the application form found here, together with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Full details of the application process can be found on our webpage. Applicants will be informed of the outcomes in early June.
Please get in touch at email@example.com you have any questions.