Hertfordshire & Middlesex Wildlife Trust
Role title Rivers Officer (Citizen Science & Partnerships)
Salary range £28,057 – £31,889, plus contribution to pension auto-enrolment.
Time commitment 37.5 hours per week
About the Role
The Rivers Officer (Citizen Science & Partnerships) will support and develop the River Lea Catchment Partnerships, as well as collaboratively devising and coordinating citizen science initiatives with an initial focus on the River Beane. The postholder will also work alongside the River Catchment Coordinator to drive forward our Living Rivers programme by raising awareness of Hertfordshire’s chalk rivers and delivering community-based river restoration projects.
This role is hosted by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust and funded by Thames Water, United Utilities and the Rivers Trust through the Catchment Partnership Support (CaPS) Fund and Catchment Systems Thinking Cooperative (CaSTCo) project.
How do we support you?
We offer a great benefits package with a range of employee schemes, including generous annual leave, flexible working, excellent learning and development opportunities, wellbeing support and much more!
You can find out more about this through our website.
About the Trust
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust is a local nature conservation charity. Our office is based in the beautiful Verulamium Park in St Albans.
We believe that wildlife should have space to thrive alongside our everyday lives and that everyone benefits from having access to nature.
Our staff team is enthusiastic, friendly and committed to making a difference.
How to apply
Please go to our website for details of the job description and requirements of the role.
If you have any specific questions relating to the role, or if you are excited by this opportunity but you don’t meet every single requirement, then please do get in touch. You might be the person who could have the biggest impact and we are committed to supporting professional development.
Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process, either at application or interview, please contact us.
You can arrange a call to discuss this role with Sarah Perry, the Trust’s River Catchment Coordinator, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you’re ready, complete an application form (ensuring you outline how you meet the role’s criteria and then send to email@example.com. The application form and full recruitment pack can be found at our website on the jobs vacancy page (as below).
The application deadline is 9am on Monday 24th April 2023.
All applicants will be sent a request to complete a voluntary, anonymous equal opportunities form online.
We try to get back to everyone, but this isn’t always possible, so if you have not heard from us within a week after the application deadline, unfortunately it will mean that your application was unsuccessful on this occasion. Keep checking back on our jobs page though as we often have new opportunities.