Youth Engagement Officer – Staffs WT Job Advert
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is seeking a Youth Engagement Officer for the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme. This post will be funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund and will be part of a Landscape Partnership Scheme that will improve the built and natural heritage of the Tame Valley Wetlands inRead more.
Wetland Landscape Officer – WWT Job Advert
We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual, with experience of working along rivers and their floodplains, to lead and project manage various natural heritage restoration projects across an important wetland landscape. You will be well-organised and have a sound knowledge of wetland conservation and water-related issues. You will alsoRead more.
Access and Interpretation Officer – WWT Job Advert
Do you have a sound knowledge of the environment, conservation and heritage? Are you enthusiastic about sharing this with people in an easy-to-understand and innovative way? Are you passionate about improving and promoting access and interpretation at sites of heritage interest and across a landscape? Answer yes to the above?Read more.
Training and Education Officer – WWT Job Advert
Do you have an environmental conservation, heritage or countryside management background and have experience of, and an enthusiasm for, training and mentoring others in these fields? Do you have a confident and patient manner? Answered yes? Then you are just the person we are looking for to lead our trainingRead more.
Community and Events Officer – RSPB Job Advert
Are you passionate, enthusiastic and inspiring? Do you enjoy meeting new people and sharing your love and knowledge of wildlife? Are you able to confidently and clearly communicate, both verbally and in writing, with all ages and cross sections of society? Are you well-organised and able to prioritise time andRead more.
Seen us on BBC Midlands Today Springwatch?
As we get the ball rolling on our exciting new scheme to help restore and reconnect people with the hidden landscape of the Tame Valley Wetlands, the BBC’s Midlands Today Science and Environment Correspondent, David Gregory-Kumar, takes a closer look at what’s in store for the area over the nextRead more.
Finance & Admin Officer Job Advert (TVWLPS & SFF)
Finance and Administration Officer Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is seeking a talented individual to lead the administration and financial affairs of their two Heritage Lottery Funded projects, the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme (TVWLPS) and the Skills for the Future (SFF) ‘A Wild Career Choice’. The post holder will maximiseRead more.
Have your say on one of our first large-scale wetland projects!
We’re currently seeking the extra funding we need (in addition to the funding now secured through the Heritage Lottery Fund) to carry out one of our first large-scale wetland projects at Kingsbury Water Park (Project A6: Kingsbury’s Community Wetland). We’d love to hear your views and see what you think of our plans –Read more.
TVWLP Scheme Manager Job Advert
Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme – Scheme Manager Closing Date: Monday 5th May 2014 The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership (TVWLP) has secured funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to deliver the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme (TVWLPS). Working to the overall direction of the TVWLP Board and LeadRead more.
Press Release: 3rd April 2014
£1.7 million funding awarded by the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore the Tame Valley Over £1.7 million has been secured for an ambitious and exciting new scheme to restore the landscape of the Tame Valley between Birmingham and Tamworth, in North Warwickshire and south-east Staffordshire. The 104 km² area followsRead more.