Salary: £23,000 - £25,000
Closing date: Friday 8th February 2019
Location: Based from Mold, North Wales
1 year initial contract with potential to become permanent
Enfys ecology is the consultancy arm of the North Wales Wildlife Trust and requires an ecologist for an exciting role.
We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic ecologist to join our team based from our Mold office in North Wales. We are looking for somebody with a bat licence or considerable bat experience.
You will work as part of a small team carrying out ecology surveys, focusing largely in North Wales.
This position is an initial one year fixed term contract with the possibility of extension.
- Strong experience in ecological consultancy
- Capable of undertaking Preliminary Ecological Appraisal, Preliminary Roost Assessments, emergence surveys
- Experience of acting as an Ecological Clerk of Works, preferably on large construction sites
- Strong communication skills, including report writing and editing, producing clear and concise reports using accessible language
- Good organisational and administration skills
- An understanding of wildlife legislation and planning policy
- Standard office IT skills
- A full driving licence
- Willingness to work unsociable hours
Applications must be submitted using the application form available as a download below along with a copy of your CV. Further information about the job is available on below.
|Closing date:||12:00, Friday 8th February 2019|
|Interview date:||Week commencing 18th February 2019|
Sub-contractors / Summer surveyors
Enfys ecology is the consultancy arm of the North Wales Wildlife Trust and requires sub-contractors to carry out survey work over the summer, experience of bat surveys and newt surveys would be advantageous.
Most of our work is based in North Wales, but we are also in need for great crested newt surveyors to carry out work in the Midlands.
If you are interested please send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com with “Seasonal work” in the subject and state if you hold any species licences. Further information about the job is available below.