We’re Hiring! Nature Recovery Officer (F/T, hybrid)
Nature Recovery Officer
Permanent, Full Time (37.5hrs)
Salary: £27,050 – £29,215 p.a.
Location: Hybrid (see job description)
Galloway & Southern Ayrshire Biosphere is inviting applications for the post of Nature Recovery Officer. We are currently involved in development of some exciting and innovative projects to deliver nature-based solutions that can benefit business, the environment and wider society, such as a pilot to identify natural capital on farms, opportunities around native tree propagation and expansion, Black Grouse recovery and other nature restoration opportunities. This is an exciting time to join our UNESCO Biosphere and to make your mark as we develop our Land Use and Biodiversity program, working with a permanent team covering skills in land use, biodiversity, business development, communities, learning, marketing and communications.
Our UNESCO Biosphere designation was awarded in 2012, recognising not only the unique landscapes and environments of Galloway and Southern Ayrshire but also the array of local opportunities for sustainable development. Over the decade since the Biosphere has delivered a wide range of projects and initiatives with partners across southwest Scotland, covering wildlife conservation, business and enterprise, sustainable tourism, heritage projects, and environmental education. We have also grown a thriving network of Proud Supporters, Biosphere Communities and Biosphere-certified businesses, which together are working to make life better for people and nature.
Please download the documents below for a full description of the role and the knowledge and skills required, plus guidance on how to submit your application.
How to apply
Closing Date for applications is midday on Friday 19th May.
Proposed interview date is Wednesday 14th June.
Application forms must be completed although you are welcome to also submit a covering letter and CV.
All applications to be submitted electronically as PDF documents.
For more information or to arrange a time to discuss the role please contact:
Sara Press – Lead Officer, Land Use and Biodiversity