Full time (37 hours per week, flexible working week)
£25,150 per annum.
Twelve surveyors based exclusively in Wales and four across Great Britain.
Fixed term (April 2020 – September 2020)
Closing date for applications is Tuesday 7 January 2020.
UKCEH are looking for sixteen experienced field surveyors to work on large-scale, long-term field studies to assess change in the British Countryside. The role demands a high level of flexibility regarding location as surveyors will be expected to travel throughout Wales and/or wider Great Britain for the duration of the contract. Initial appointments will be from April 2020 for a period up to 5 months.
Whales in Wales.
Hours: 37 hours per week.
Salary: Grade 4, £21,166 - £23,836 per annum.
Contract: Temporary (Up until 21/03/2022).
Closing Date: 29/11/2019.
KESS 2 East PhD Scholarship:
The effect of managed honeybees on wild pollinator networks
School of Natural Sciences, Bangor University, Wales
Project ID: BUK2E024
Annual Stipend: £14,483
Application Deadline: 30 November 2019
Conwy CBC are looking to recruit a Local Nature Partnership Co-ordinator for three days per week until March 2022. The main purpose of the role will be to engage communities, businesses, public bodies and others in local activity that can help enable a long-term, sustainable difference to nature recovery. As we have one Local Nature Partnership across north east Wales, the role will also involve working closely with colleagues from the other authorities.
Will be recruiting through an employment agency, so prospective candidates should contact Barbara Owsianka or Tom Gravett asap for details of how to apply.
This year's Cofnod Conference was attended by over 90 people. A big thank you to all those who attended and all those who gave their talks, which are now available to download from here.
If you attended and would like to give your feedback on the day please fill in our questionnaire.
Welsh Wildcats and frost.
Post for Gwynedd Local Nature partnership co-ordinator. This post requires a Welsh speaker.
Closing date: 10:00 am Thursday 07/11/2019.
Interviews will be held 21/11/2019.
Wales’ wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report, with the latest findings showing that one in six species in Wales are at risk of extinction. Since rigorous scientific monitoring began in the 1970s, there’s been a 13% decline in average abundance across wildlife studied across the UK.
Click on the botton below to see the 'Key Findings' for Wales or follow the link for the full report (including one for the UK), plus other useful resources.
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG