We are thrilled to announce that we’re on the lookout for an Assistant Conservation Manager to join our brilliant team.
In 2020, we added a Conservation Manager to our team to take forward our nature recovery efforts. This was a big milestone for Wild Ken Hill, and has enabled all sorts of positive changes here, such as bringing grazing animals into our rewilding area, Curlew headstarting, or our recent work beginning the creation of a new wildflower meadow near Heacham. With the breadth of conservation work taking place here, we always knew our Conservation team was likely to grow. And so it has proved, just three years on!
The new role is an Assistant Conservation Manager. This individual would report directly to our Conservation Manager Hetty, and take responsibility for key areas of our nature recovery work, and assist on many others. This is a chance to join our pioneering project and great team, and work in a special landscape. The role would directly contribute towards restoring nature, fighting climate change, and engaging people about the natural world. The job would also involve working across a great variety of habitats, and employ different conservation principles, including traditional habitat mangement, rewilding, and agro-ecology. We think it’s a special opportunity, and we are looking forward to meeting some great candidates .
If you’re a conservation professional, do take a look at the Job Description. The page also outlines how to apply. The deadline is Sunday 17th September.
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