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Nene Valley Land Adviser

Salary: £23,000 - £23,500 dependent upon experience

Closing date: Sunday 18th February 2018

Location: LINGS HOUSE BILLING LINGS HOUSE NORTHAMPTON NN3 8BE with travel expected across the County

The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Cambridgeshire is looking for an enthusiastic Land Adviser to deliver the Farming for the Future project as part of the Nenescape HLF Landscape Partnership.

The Nene Valley Land Adviser will help deliver the outputs of the Nene Valley ‘Farming for the Future’ project, an exciting partnership project delivered by The Wildlife Trust (WT) and River Nene Regional Park (RNRP) as part of the Nenescape HLF Landscape Partnership. The land adviser will deliver land management advice to farmers within the Nene Valley, including guidance on Countryside Stewardship. The adviser will organise training and events and work with local landowners and volunteers to restore meadow and wetland habitats and deliver small improvements to farm infrastructure and land management methods through a small grants scheme both to benefit water quality and the surrounding environment. The land adviser will also work closely with the WT Living Landscape Manager and RNRP Catchment Sensitive Farming Officer to deliver projects complimentary to Nenescape including Local Sites work.
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (full-time) for 3 years

Equality and Diversity: We value diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community.


 

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nenescape_farming_for_the_future_-_project_summary.pdf306 KB
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Contact details:

Enquiries about the role: Matt Johnson, Living Landscape Manager (Northants) matt.johnson@wildlifebcn.org

Applications to: recruitment@wildlifebcn.org

Please Note:

  • Closing time for applications: midnight on 18th Feb 
  • Interview Date: Wednesday 28th February