We believe our work has never been more important.
Wildlife is in steep decline across the UK and over three-quarters of butterflies and two-thirds of moths are declining. We recognise it needs a great team with a wide variety of skills to tackle the problems facing butterflies, moths and the environment.
Our staff and volunteers are proud to be part of Butterfly Conservation and are dedicated to making a difference to the environment we live in. We understand the importance of maintaining and expanding our expert and valued team of people and offer a range of roles located all over the UK, from the peat bogs in Scotland to the post room in Dorset.
We currently have two vacancies working on our Kent Magnificent Moths project.
This project focusses on the celebration and conservation of some of the UK's rarest, most threatened and most beautiful species, across a stunning variety of landscapes in the south east of the UK. This ambitious project takes place across six key landscapes in East Kent, working along the coast, in woodlands and on the Downs where eight declining and vulnerable moth species have been selected to be the focus of conservation action.
Kent Magnificent Moths Conservation Officer
We are seeking an experienced conservationist to lead our habitats work on a landscape scale. The Conservation Officer will provide management advice and help site managers, volunteers and specialist contractors to deliver high quality examples of species conservation and maintenance for threatened moths across six distinct landscapes and eight demonstration sites. For further details, see our Job Pack below.
Closing date is 9am on Thursday 5 March 2020. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 17 March 2020 at our Head Office in Dorset.
Kent Magnificent Moths Engagement Officer (four days per week)
We require a highly motivated individual to develop and implement an imaginative programme of engagement to introduce wide audiences to moths and their conservation. We want to build dedicated teams of volunteers and provide meaningful opportunities for local communities to discover, enjoy and conserve rare wildlife on their doorstep. For further details, see our Job Pack below.
Closing date is 9am on Thursday 5 March 2020. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 18 March 2020 at our Head Office in Dorset.