Closing date: Monday, 4th March 2024 7 days left
A unique opportunity to join a successful and growing conservation charity!
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust (the Trust) is looking for a full-time Senior Land Management
Advisor to play a vital role in enhancing bumblebee habitat through our land management
You will be responsible for managing and delivering a project for a long-term client based in Suffolk. In addition, you will provide a professional, high-quality land management advice service to a variety of clients on a consultancy basis. You will also identify and build new client relationships and opportunities for generating income.
As part of the conservation team and alongside a Conservation Projects Manager, you will support the day-to-day work of a Land Management Advisor. You will work closely with the Senior Partnerships Officer in our fundraising team to enhance the Trust’s income through business relationships. Your role will contribute to achieving our strategic aim – ‘There is more, better-connected, high-quality habitat for bumblebees across our cities, towns and countryside.’
You will be a dynamic, self-reliant individual with a track record of ecological assessment, delivering land management advice and with an interest in invertebrates, particularly pollinating insects. You will be able to apply your ecological knowledge in a range of contexts to meet the needs of clients whilst ensuring bumblebees will benefit. You will have strong communication skills and be able to inspire a range of audiences to follow the advice given. You will have experience of developing and maintaining effective relationships with clients.
Please refer to the job description and person specification for more details of the role.
This is a full-time, permanent position. You will be home-based, ideally within commuting distance of south Suffolk and willing to undertake regular travel and overnight stays UK- wide.
The Trust recruits, employs, trains and promotes regardless of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, disability, age, and other protected status.
At the Trust, we have a clear goal: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay and do their best work. We pride ourselves on reaching for our vision – to reverse the decline in bumblebees, through the hard work and dedication of our passionate and creative employees.
The closing date is 12pm midday Monday 4th March. Applications may close before the deadline, so please apply early to avoid disappointment.
For an application pack please visit our website: bumblebeeconservation.org/vacancies
To discuss the post informally, please contact: Bex Cartwright, Conservation Projects Manager [email protected]
Closing Date: 12 midday Monday 4th March
Interview date: Thursday 28th March 2024 remote, via Teams
This work must be undertaken in the UK. This role is not eligible for sponsorship, applicants are required to have an existing right to work in the UK.