• Job Advert Natural Networks Trainee Health for Life in the community

    Based in Birmingham for 35 hours per week
    Bursary: £11,900
    Natural Networks is a new project which will develop skills to facilitate the ‘green network’ of sites considered essential for the effective conservation of biodiversity, creating a UK wide web of expertise in managing and engaging people in ecological networks. The project will develop the skills of 32 individuals and hundreds of communities across the UK to understand, value, protect and increase the biodiversity of their local green places.
    The trainee will be placed with Birmingham City Council and The Conservation Volunteers. Horticultural and Conservation training will be provided with Birmingham City Council Parks Department, focussed on parks and green space management as well as more specific areas.
    The Trainee will contribute to The Conservation Volunteers ‘Health for Life in the community’ Programme, developing skills in community engagement, project management, and involving communities through food related events
    Please Click Here for further information or alternatively, email [email protected] or call 01302 388844.
    Closing date for completed applications: 17th October 2014
    Interview date: 11th November 2014

    Posted on 7th October 2014