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Listed below are our current vacancies and training opportunities…

Volunteering at Northumberlandia

We are actively seeking volunteers to help look after Northumberlandia.

If you are interested in volunteering, please visit the Northumberland Wildlife Trust website, where we are advertising posts for Site Welcomers and Reserves Wardens at Northumberlandia.

To apply, use the enquiry form and the Volunteer Co-ordinator will be in touch.

Green Angels Warrington

Green Angels is an exciting training opportunity with an environmental focus, giving you the chance to learn new skills, change your future prospects and make a difference in your community.

Our FREE courses cover subjects such as countryside management, landscaping, environmental education, horticulture and more. Training programmes usually last around six weeks, with regular sessions that combine learning with hands-on experience.

Courses are running in the Warrington area now

For further details and to register your interest, contact Carolyn Hassall, Green Angels Project Manager, on 01925 852005 or 07795 256145 or email carolynhassall@thelandtrust.org.uk

Find out more about the Green Angels training programme.

 

Green Angels South Yorkshire

Green Angels is an exciting training opportunity with an environmental focus, giving you the chance to learn new skills, change your future prospects and make a difference in your community.

Our FREE courses cover subjects such as wildlife conservation, landscaping, environmental education, horticulture and more. Training programmes usually last around six weeks, with regular sessions that combine learning with hands-on experience.

Courses are running in the South Yorkshire area now

For further details and to register your interest, contact Carolyn Hassall, Green Angels Project Manager, on 01925 852005 or 07795 256145 or email carolynhassall@thelandtrust.org.uk

Find out more about the Green Angels training programme.

 

Green Angels Hassall Green

Green Angels is an exciting training opportunity with an environmental focus, giving you the chance to learn new skills, change your future prospects and make a difference in your community.

Our FREE courses cover subjects such as wildlife conservation, landscaping, environmental education, horticulture and more. Training programmes usually last around six weeks, with regular sessions that combine learning with hands-on experience.

Courses are running at Hassall Green now

For further details and to register your interest, contact Carolyn Hassall, Green Angels Project Manager, on 01925 852005 or 07795 256145 or email greenangels@thelandtrust.org.uk

Find out more about the Green Angels training programme.

Green Angels Fort Burgoyne

Green Angels is an exciting training opportunity with an environmental focus, giving you the chance to learn new skills, change your future prospects and make a difference in your community.

Our FREE courses cover subjects such as wildlife conservation, landscaping, environmental education, horticulture and more. Training programmes usually last around six weeks, with regular sessions that combine learning with hands-on experience.

Courses are running at Fort Burgoyne now

For further details and to register your interest, contact Carolyn Hassall, Green Angels Project Manager, on 01925 852005 or 07795 256145 or email greenangels@thelandtrust.org.uk

Find out more about the Green Angels training programme.

Twywell Hills and Dales Managing Partner

The Land Trust are looking to appoint a Managing Partner in Spring 2019 to manage a new site at Twywell Hills and Dales Nature Reserve near Kettering. Management will be carried out on behalf of the Trust and East Northants District Council on a day to day basis for an initial period of 4 years.

Please find attached background information on the site:
Twywell Site Plan
• Twywell Hills & Dales Management Strategy (Including four year budget)
• Maintenance schedule (Included in MP Budget)
Rates Submission Sheet
Land Trust Core Aims Document*
• Template Management Agreement.

The Trust is open to partnership working, so if your organisation cannot completely fulfil the Managing Partner role, then please complete what you can and we may be able to match you up with another partner or contractor if applicable.
Please can you fill out and submit by 12 noon on Friday 31st May,2019 a word document (no more than 5 pages of A4) which sets out:-

1. your proposed ethos for managing the site, detailing the following :-
• your experience in managing sites such as this,
• how you would manage and maintain this site,
• details of site personnel eg. Manager, Ranger
• specifically how you would engage and develop the volunteers and community engagement on site
• the level of KPI’s you would deliver in each of the 5 categories within a 5 year timeframe (*please refer to our Core Aims document)
• your process for managing health and safety for visitors and your staff.

2. Please include your cost per year to deliver the management outlined above. If there is an efficiency discount if more than one site is managed by yourselves, then please include details of how this would be structured. Please note that there is a guide maximum budget of £117928 over the four years as profiled in the attached sheet. We are still working on confirmation of aspect of these funds and it may be that the first year or so is constrained further, please treat these figures as indicative for the time being.

3. The Land Trust is interested in developing grant funding opportunities on this site, and your thoughts on how you could assist us with this would also be welcome.

4. Please also submit the completed Rates Submission Sheet (column D). Please note that not all elements of this sheet are present on all sites, so please complete only for those items which relate to the site (ie. set out on the site specific Maintenance Schedule).

We propose to meet with shortlisted candidates at a location in Northants to be confirmed on Friday 7th June 2019 to discuss their bid in more detail, so please confirm that you would be free to attend this.

You are welcome to visit the site on your own, as most of the site is open to the public, but if you’d like a meeting on site, please contact me to make arrangements


Living Wage Employer

Land, in particular public open space and wildlife, has always been my passion and here at the Land Trust I get to make a difference. I enjoy covering a large area of England and Wales and seeing a wide variety of sites. No site is the same, so it makes my job interesting.

Alison Whitehead, Development Manager

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