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Bluebell Hill : Job Anyone?

Bluebell Hill/The Larches Assistant Warden
Kent Wildlife Trust

    * Location: Bluebell Hill Reserve, Chatham, Kent
    * Salary: £2,434 - £3,237 (pro rata for 14 hrs per week, alternate weeks)
    * Contract: Permanent
    * Hours: Part-Time
    * Contact: Dot Hughes at Kent Wildlife Trust
    * Reference:
    * Date Posted: 3rd March 2010

Closing Date: Wednesday 17th March 2010

Interview Date: Friday 26th March 2010

The Job: The Bluebell Hill Picnic Site is a 13 acre site on the North Downs giving panoramic views over the Medway Valley, and is popular with walkers. The Larches is a 60 acre woodland and downland site on the Pilgrims Way. You will be required to carry out site management (welcoming visitors, opening/closing the site), practical management (coppicing, scrub clearance, stock fence construction, surveys etc), publicity and promotion of the Trust.

You: will have experience of working in an urban context, managing grazing stock for conservation purposes, managing chalk grassland and woodland. You will be friendly and approachable, with a firm tactful approach with visitors. Physical fitness is essential, together with an interest in the countryside and wildlife.

Kent Wildlife Trust: is the leading wildlife charity for Kent and Medway, supported by its members and staffed by committed professionals. We are all working to protect wildlife and to find better ways to run an efficient and effective organisation.

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Contact details
For an informal discussion about the post please contact
David Hutton on 01622 662012
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Kent Wildlife Trust has a positive approach to equality and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community

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