New round of trainee placements

New round of trainee placements
Becky Royce

Wow the time seems to have flown by and our first round of three trainees are about to leave us. Two of them have already gone on to find full time employment within the conservation sector and our final trainee has interviews coming up so we are super positive she will be employed soon too.

We were so impressed and happy with how successful it has been that we have brought forward the next intake and have now started to advertise for the positions. We are offering trainee placements on the Carbon Landscape project for local people who wish to have a career in environmental conservation. Each placement will have the opportunity to have hands on experience learning conservation management and general project management skills whilst earning minimum wage.

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals with an energetic, ‘can do’ attitude, a passion for learning new skills, who are committed and have an understanding of this important landscape for both people and wildlife.

In return, we offer a friendly and flexible working environment, great opportunities for professional development and the chance to make a positive difference for people and communities across the Carbon Landscape area.

If you are interested and want to find out more information, then follow the link below.