Land Management Advisor

  • Company: Bumblebee Conservation Trust
  • Closing Date: 04-03-2024
  • Location: Home based
  • Salary: £22250 - 24500
  • Hours: Permanent
  • Contact Title: Recruitment Officer
  • Contact Name: Recruitment Officer
  • Contact Email: recruitment@bumblebeeconservation.org
  • How to Apply: For more information and to apply: https://www.countryside-jobs.com/job/mar24/land-management-advisor-bumblebee-conservation-trust-0502-4

Description

The Bumblebee Conservation Trust (the Trust) is looking for a full-time Land Management Advisor to join the conservation team and to play a vital role in enhancing bumblebee habitat through our land management consultancy work.

Your role will be to provide land management advice to benefit bumblebees to a variety of clients via our consultancy services. You will work closely with the Senior Land Management Advisor, helping to achieve our strategic aim –‘There is more, better connected, high quality habitat for bumblebees across our cities, towns and countryside.’

You will provide a professional advisory service to our consultancy clients and help inspire further support for the Trust through long term relationships.

You will be a motivated, self-reliant individual with experience of ecological assessment and an interest in invertebrates. You will be able to apply your ecological knowledge in a range of contexts to meet the needs of clients whilst ensuring bumblebees will benefit. You will have strong communication skills and be able to inspire a range of audiences to follow the advice provided. You will have experience of developing and maintaining effective relationships.

This is a full-time, permanent position. You will be home-based, ideally in a central UK location with good access to transport links and willing to undertake regular travel and overnight stays.

Essential: An environmental, ecological or agricultural degree, or equivalent experience. Experience of ecological habitat assessment, especially botanical and invertebrate, across a range of habitats. Experience of delivering land management advice. An understanding of UK land management and related policy frameworks, including agri-environment schemes, planning and biodiversity net gain, carbon offsetting etc.