New River Thame Conservation Trust Project Officer job

17th November 2017 is the deadline for getting your applications in to the River Thame Conservation Trust if you are interested in joining them as their second Project Officer.

They are seeking an all-rounder who combines sound knowledge of freshwater ecology and citizen science with the ability to engage and communicate well with a wide range of people.

"An exciting opportunity has arisen for a freshwater scientist to join us in a rewarding and varied Project Officer role, based at the Freshwater Habitats Trust’s office in Headington, Oxford. You’ll play a leading role planning and delivering water quality improvement and biodiversity projects across the River Thame catchment. You’ll be involved in our thriving volunteer programme, managing citizen science and other data gathering and analysis to monitor change in our river and to report to funders. You’ll continue our good work of building constructive relationships with landowners, farmers, partner organisations and local communities to successfully deliver practical on the ground projects to make our catchment better for wildlife and people."

Salary £22,000 - £28,333

Based within the Freshwater Habitats Trust offices in Oxford - but working across Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

More information about the post can be found here including full details and how to apply. Contact the RTCT for further information.




Posted: November 6, 2017