Volunteer

Volunteers carrying out a botanical survey
Volunteers carrying out a botanical survey

Volunteer for TVERC

We occasionally have opportunities for volunteers to help us to collect and manage environmental data, either in the field or in the office. Volunteering can be greatly satisfying and enjoyable. Unravelling a particularly knotty problem with a dataset, seeing a species you haven’t seen for some time or meeting up with like-minded people are great ways to feel that your time has been well spent. If you are looking for new experience, working alongside TVERC staff and learning skills may help you to meet personal goals and discover hidden talents. From planning to conservation, the data we provide with your help influences decision-making.

Office volunteering usually involves validating data that we have received and preparing it for import into our Recorder 6 database. Please note for these 'office' roles you will be based at home with regular interaction with TVERC staff.

Experienced naturalists with excellent identification skills and an ability to work alone in the field may be able to help us with survey work.

We currently have a number of volunteer opportunties available, both in 'office' and field roles, please check the relevant links below for more information or contact us at tverc@oxfordshire.gov.uk.

 

Other volunteering opportunities

See also our list of local wildlife groups and the NBN database of wildlife surveys and recording schemes for ways to get involved with wildlife surveys, fieldwork and conservation projects.