The purpose of your role is to act as the "eyes and ears" of WWT on the ground by visiting your nature reserves regularly and reporting back any interesting sightings, vandalism, fly tipping, site safety issues or any other significant behaviour.
Tasks you will be involved with
- Visiting your designated reserve on a regular basis.
- Reporting any issues to the relevant Reserves Officer.
- Litter picking.
- Promoting the Trust and the work it does to visitors to the reserve.
Skills and abilities required
- Ability to work independently.
- Good communication, interpersonal and people skills.
- Confidence when speaking to the general public.
- Ability to engage with people of all ages.
- High level of enthusiasm.
- An interest in wildlife, conservation and the work of the Trust.
- Ability to travel by use of own car or by use of public transport.
You will be based at
Your local nature reserves.
Times/days we would like you to be available
One site visit each week/fortnight
Benefits to you
- Opportunity to make a real difference to the work of the Trust
- Contribute to the protection of our wildlife and wild places.
- Become a valuable member of a friendly professional team.
- Be involved in your local community.
- Gain skills in conservation and the environment in Warwickshire.