Back to jobs listings


Wild Health Project Officer

Salary: £21,012 - £23,116 pa

Closing date: Monday 28th November 2016

Location: Gwent

Gwent Wildlife Trust is seeking to recruit a full-time Project Officer to deliver the Wild Health Project across Gwent. The project aims to involve people experiencing physical and mental health issues in conservation activities, including surveying for wildlife and managing habitats.

The project is to be delivered across Gwent so travel throughout the region will be necessary. The postholder will work closely with local partners, existing and new, to develop and deliver a programme of activities, promoting the project and its benefits widely and contributing to research on the benefits of nature to health and wellbeing.  

Salary: £21,012 to £23,116 pa depending on experience

This post is initially funded until 31st December 2017 with the possibility of an extension, subject to further funding being secured.

An application pack with full details of the post can be downloaded below.

Closing date for applications is 4pm Monday 28th November.

We WILL NOT accept CVs – even if accompanied by an application form.

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 7th December at our offices in Dingestow, near Monmouth. The post is subject to an Enhanced CRB disclosure.
 

Downloads

FilenameFile size
wild_health_project_officer_job_description.pdf454.97 KB
wild_health_project_officer_application_form.doc46 KB
wild_health_project_officer_information.pdf407.41 KB
wild_health_project_officer_recruitment_process.pdf370.89 KB

Contact details:

For more information, please read the attached documents. If you have further questions about the post, or would like an informal chat, please contact Neville Hart or Ian Rappel on 01600 740600.

Tagged with: Conservation, Countryside, Education, Events, Health, Job, Nature, Outdoor, Wales, Wellbeing, Wildlife


Job Location