The Wildlife Trusts is the leading UK conservation organisation for all wildlife, with an inspirational vision for the future. The 47 individual Wildlife Trusts employ more than 2,000 people – and we are always looking for passionate, dedicated and resourceful people to join us. If you have an interest in nature conservation issues and a passion for the values of The Wildlife Trusts, we would love to hear from you! Watch the film below to meet some of the lovely people who work for us. If you'd like to find out more about us, the places we've saved and what we've achieved for wildlife and people then watch this film on our history.

Interested in volunteering with us? Please take a look at some of the Volunteer Opportunities available.  

 

Vacancies

  • Location: North Coast

    Salary: See below

    Closing date: 3 June 2016

    Do you have an interest in local wildlife and enjoy meeting new people? Would you like to earn some extra income while raising money for a worthwhile cause? Are you looking for work that is flexible with a great rate of pay and attractive commissions? Are you based on the North Coast (Coleraine, Portstewart, Ballycastle)?

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  • Location: Lings House, Northampton

    Salary: £ 18,805 pro rata

    Closing date: 6 June 2016

    We are looking for an experienced person to work with the Livestock Manager to co-ordinate and take forward grazing on our nature reserves in Northamptonshire.

  • Salary: £8.25 per hour plus holidays; temporary fixed term position for twelve months starting in June 2016; part-time; 28 hours per week; Based in Winchester, Hampshire.

    Closing date: 6 June 2016

    Trainee Assistant Reserves Officer on Trust nature reserves and other managed land across the Itchen Valley & South Downs.

  • Salary: £13,104 per annum pro-rata

    Closing date: 8 June 2016

    Your role will be to recruit new members for Staffordshire Wildlife Trust at venues and events across the county. You’ll join our enthusiastic team and get the chance to visit dozens of interesting places, meet lots of people and help Staffordshire Wildlife Trust to fund its nature conservation work across the county.

  • Location: Throughout Kent

    Salary: £10 per hour basic pay plus Commission

    Closing date: 9 June 2016

    Working directly for Kent Wildlife Trust to recruit long-term members through face to face recruiting. This will be carried out throughout Kent at various events and venues, including the Trust’s five visitor centres and reserves, using attractive displays and materials. There may also be a requirement to carry out door to door fundraising tasks seasonally.

  • Salary: Good rates of commission paid

    Closing date: 10 June 2016

    Are you interested in wildlife and nature and do you enjoy meeting new people?

  • Location: You will be required to travel to sites across Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland within commutable distance to your home with occasional visits to the Trust HQ in Gosforth for training, meetings and other office based tasks.

    Salary: The role is offered on a 12 month contract and is for 14 hours a week based on £4,922 - £5,241 per annum with a bonus applied when a minimum of 4 recruits per week (typically 2 per day) has been attained.

    Closing date: 10 June 2016

    We are currently looking for highly motivated, dedicated people with excellent communication skills and a genuine interest in wildlife to recruit new members at various venues within a commutable distance from your home.

  • Salary: £28,000 - £32,000

    Closing date: 10 June 2016

    Somerset Wildlife Trust is seeking a highly motivated individual to ensure that the Trust’s operational business is managed professionally and that effective office systems are established, maintained and regularly reviewed in support of the work of the Trust.

  • Location: McClelland House, 10 Heron Road, Belfast. The role will require travel within Northern Ireland.

    Salary: £19,327 - £22,739 per annum depending on experience (pro-rata).

    Closing date: 10 June 2016

    We are seeking a project officer to help deliver the Duke of Edinburgh Award element of the Grassroots Challenge Programme, which is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and part of the Our Bright Future programme.

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  • Location: McClelland House, 10 Heron Road, Belfast. The role will require travel within Northern Ireland.

    Salary: £19,327 - £22,739 per annum depending on experience

    Closing date: 10 June 2016

    We are seeking two project officers to help deliver of the Young Farmers Clubs element of the Grassroots Challenge Programme which is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund and is a part of the Our Bright Future programme.

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