The Birmingham & Black Country Wildlife Trust are looking for an exceptional candidate to coordinate the Natural Prospects programme over the next 4 years and develop the next generation of urban conservationists in Birmingham and the Black Country. With strong experience in conservation, training and community engagement, you will relish this opportunity to take 24 trainees from diverse backgrounds through their year-long work based placements, achieving their City & Guilds Level 2 certificates in Environmental Conservation.
Salary £24,659 pro rata per annum FTE (Actual salary £19,727)
Hours of Work 4 days per week (0.8 FTE): 30 hours per week
Deadline for applications: Thursday 8th March
Likely interview date: Tuesday 13th March
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