Biodiversity Officer

North Pennines AONB Partnership

Stanhope, Bishop Auckland, County Durham
£29,909 - £33,136 pa

Paid • Full Time • Temporary

Sectors: ecology, conservation & wildlife

Closing date: Monday, 27th August 2018   6 days left

An opportunity has arisen for a Biodiversity Officer to work on an invertebrate-focused wildlife recording and public engagement project on behalf of the North Pennines AONB Partnership.

This is a shared role with an incumbent officer, and responsibilities for managing our ‘Cold Blooded and Spineless’ project will be shared between the two officers. The project runs until the end of December 2020 and this is a 5 day/week contract for 12 months, with the possibility of extension until the end of the project if funding allows.

Applicants should hold a degree or equivalent, in an ecology, environment, biological science, or related subject together with significant experience of successful working on biodiversity projects. They should be well organised, and have significant experience of working with volunteers, community groups and a variety of other partners on partnership projects.

Grade 10 £29,909 to £33,136 (37 hours per week)

Applications via the link here by 27th August 2018. 

Interviews are scheduled to be held on Friday 31st August 2018 in the North Pennines AONB Partnership’s offices in Stanhope.

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