Project Manager – Central Rivers Initative

Organisation: Staffordshire Wildlife Trust
Salary: £12,772 pa
Location: Staffordshire
Hours: Part Time
Position type: Paid
Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Closing date: Fri 07 November 14
Contact name: Christine Westwood
Contact telephone: 01889880128
Contact email:

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Closing Date: 4pm on Friday 7th November 2014

Interviews will be week commencing 17th November 2014

We are seeking a Project Manager for our Central Rivers Initiative

18 hours per week

This is a fixed term post initially for a period of 12 months expected to be from January to December 2015.

The initiative, which has been running since 2010 is entering into a new stage and the emphasis will be on delivery of direct work on the ground including demonstration schemes; there will be a need to develop projects and succeed with raising financial support. Projects will be devised to implement and/or influence delivery of the Central Rivers Action Plan and associated strategies. The Manager will also be responsible for maintaining an active partnership and raising programme awareness, through key stakeholder liaison. The overall aim is to make Central Rivers an exemplar of Sustainable (economic, social and environmental) Development.

We are looking for someone with:-

Substantial experience of programme and/or project management, delivery, reporting and evaluation who has:-

• A degree or similar in an environmental discipline
• Driving licence

Experience and Knowledge of:-

• Lowland habitats and their management for nature conservation including habitat and species restoration
• MapInfo GIS system

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Organisation: CPRE London
Salary: £31,000 – £35,000 pro rata
Location: Farringdon, London
Hours: Part Time
Position type: Paid
Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Closing date: Tue 11 November 14
Contact name: Kathleen Lucey
Contact telephone: 020-7253 0300
Contact email:

CPRE London, 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ
Post of Director: fixed term for two years, 0.8 fte
£31,000 to £35,000 pa (pro rata)

CPRE London is an independent charity and the London regional branch of the national Campaign to Protect Rural England. We are looking for someone with skills in public communication and project management to run our operations. She or he will run our “Towards a Liveable London” campaign with allies in the environmental sector. You should have achievements in research, lobbying, and/or liaison work and the confidence to pitch for new funding. You will manage a small team of paid staff and volunteers, administer office and public communication functions and initiate new projects. You will work closely with trustees to take the campaign forward. Salary on a point in the range £31k to £35k. Subject to performance review and new funding there will be possibilities for extension.

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious professional wanting to make his/ her mark in the environmental campaigning field.

An information pack may be obtained online by following the ‘More information’ link below or from Applications comprising CV and covering letter should be sent to by 11th November 2014.

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Ecologist / Senior Ecologist

Organisation: Ecus Ltd
Location: Basingstoke/ Manchester/ Stirling/ Inverness
Hours: Full Time
Position type: Paid
Contract: Permanent
Closing date: Fri 31 October 14
Contact name: Chris John
Contact email:

Ecologist/ Senior Ecologist
Location – Basingstoke/ Manchester/ Stirling/ Inverness
Salary and role negotiable depending on experience

Over 28 years Ecus Ltd has earned a reputation for excellence and client care second to none in the industry. Ecus is an ambitious organisation that is currently expanding its team throughout Britain. We are looking to recruit a number of highly motivated and enthusiastic ecologists with previous experience of working within a consultancy for our ecology teams in the South East, North West and Scotland.

You will become a key member of our regional ecology teams, undertaking ecological surveys, preparing ecological reports and fee proposals and managing projects and clients. You will be required to support the Regional Manager and senior consultants in technical and general project management duties and business development. You will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects across a range of sectors. You will be educated to graduate level ideally to MSc level, have full membership of CIEEM and have previous commercial consultancy experience.


• Ecological Surveys including extended Phase 1 habitat surveys
• Leading protected species surveys
• Production of ecological appraisal reports
• Preparation of fee proposals and tenders

Technical Skills & Experience

• Technically competent ecological surveyor with experience in extended phase I habitat surveys and protected species surveys
• Competent report writing
• Minimum three years professional experience ideally in consultancy
• NE bat licence holder preferred – other protected species licenses desirable
• Excellent communication and report writing skills
• Experience of undertaking bat activity surveys
• Experience of the EPS licensing process
• Good understanding and experience of the EIA process and wildlife and planning legislation and policy
• Full driving licence
PTS and IWA certificate desirable

On a personal level, the successful candidates will be enthusiastic and motivated with good communication skills and the ability to fit into a lively and ambitious team. You must be willing to work anti-social hours and away from base where required. Ecus is an equal opportunities employer and employs a flexible approach to working and is committed to staff development as recognised by our Investors in People status.

Applications should be made via email including CV and covering letter indicating your preferred location. If you would like further information regarding this opportunity or have any question feel free to contact us using the details below.

Closing date for applications 31st October 2014 though early applications are encouraged and will be assessed as received.


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River Officer

Organisation: Dee District Salmon Fishery Board
Salary: c.£27,000 pa
Location: Aberdeenshire
Hours: Full Time
Position type: Paid
Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Closing date: Mon 03 November 14
Contact email:

Post: River Officer

Organisation: Dee District Salmon Fishery Board

Salary circa £27,000

Three year fixed term contract

The general duties of a River Officer are twofold and split evenly between:

i) Taking responsibility to initiate and develop a programme to control and remove invasive species throughout the catchment.

ii) Providing protection of salmon stocks through the enforcement of current salmon fisheries legislation and help restore those populations by undertaking a wide range of habitat management and fish enhancement activities.

Formal qualifications are not essential as experience is key to delivering this project successfully and in a timely manner. The post holder must demonstrate significant experience of working in an outdoor environment; evidence of working with people, especially volunteers; project management and good communication skills. They must also be able to organise their work and that of others and have a positive proactive attitude. Full details can be found at

To apply for this post, please email your CV and letter to or post to River Office, Mill of Dinnet, Dinnet, Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, AB34 5LA. Applications must reach us no later than 5pm on Monday 3rd November.

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Design Intern

Forum for the Future is looking for a brilliantly creative designer to join our small, but busy communications team. You’ll be helping us re-imagine our visual communications approach, bringing the iconography of sustainability into the 21st century.

At Forum we aim to create change by transforming organisations and the sectors they work in. We partner with a global audience of professionals working in business, public sector bodies and civil society. We want to capture their attention, shape their thinking, change their behaviour and encourage them to use our work and share it with others.

Communications is integral to this work. The team ensures the consistency and quality of all our content. We create engaging materials to communicate our projects, including case studies, animations and creating web pages. And we disseminate Forum’s work through the mainstream media, our social media channels and a variety of networks.

As an intern, you would benefit from exposure to a range of communications methods and processes across a variety of our projects and activities. You will assist the team with current projects and manage one or two longer-term assignments too.

This is a new role, and duties will change from week to week but the successful applicant could be:

  • researching pictures for on – and offline publications
  • developing digital assets to illustrate Forum’s work, like designing posters and infographics
  • designing visual case studies for the work that we do
  • helping develop our visual identity and picture sourcing process
  • working with the CEO on creating visually stimulating communications for a wide range of audiences
  • helping design our Forum-branded document templates (such as Powerpoint presentations and Word documents)
  • researching and identifying best practice in social media campaigns across the sectors we work in
  • assisting with our digital outreach programme
  • proofing publications, web pages and other copy
  • assisting with the production of audio-visual content
  • contributing to our work with creative ideas and fresh thinking

The successful candidate is likely to have:

  • High proficiency in design software, such as InDesign (or similar), Photoshop and PowerPoint
  • strong design skills, with a portfolio of work to share digitally
  • experience of digital communications; especially social media
  • a genuine interest in sustainable development and the Forum’s work
  • experience of computer packages such as FinalCut
  • some experience in the media or in a communications role

We welcome applications from people with additional experience in relevant areas:

  • online content management and web development
  • publishing
  • journalism and editing
  • marketing, PR and events management
  • design
  • video production/editing

The length of this internship is three months. Full or part-time applications will be considered, although a minimum commitment of three days a week is desirable. Lunch expenses up to £5 a day and travel costs from within London (zones 1-6) can be claimed back.

To apply, please send your CV and portfolio with a covering letter explaining how you meet the person specification and why you want to work in sustainability communications, together with an equal opportunities form to Helen Saunders, HR Manager, Forum for the Future, London EC1V 3QN or by email to

CVs should be two pages in length, covering letters one. Your portfolio can be a website, or downloadable from a website like

The equal opportunities form will be detached from your application and will not form part of the shortlisting or selection process.

Closing date for applications: 9am, 10 November
Interviews: 12-13 November
Internship start date: Preferably 17 November

Due to the number of applications we receive, if you have not heard from us by close of business on 12 November, we will not be taking your application further.

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Futures Centre Intern

Organisation: Forum for the Future
Salary: Voluntary
Location: London, EC1V
Hours: Either
Position type: Volunteer
Contract: Temporary
Closing date: Fri 31 October 14
Contact name: Sophie Kennedy
Contact telephone: 020 7324 3630
Contact email:

Forum for the Future is looking for a motivated individual to join the Futures Centre team as an intern.

The intern would ideally work four days a week over a period of three months. The internship is unpaid, but travel (London zones 1-6) and lunch expenses (up to £5) will be covered.

Tasks include:

  • Horizon scanning for the latest news and trends
  • Pitching and writing up ‘weak signals’ of change
  • Supporting the development of new online platform
  • Editorial tasks: media monitoring, fact checking, proofreading, image research
  • Research for forthcoming topics and articles
  • Researching and writing short briefings

This is a great opportunity to gain experience working in a small, fast-paced team at the heart of an organisation driving for change.

That’s why the person we have in mind will have:

  • An interest in sustainable development and/or futures with an appetite to learn more
  • A high level of literacy and an ability to write clearly
  • An ability to carry out research with limited management
  • A willingness to pitch in with a variety of tasks within a small team

Applications – which should include a CV, letter detailing how you meet the person specification, a completed equal opportunities form, two samples of previous writing and an idea for a short news story within the magazine – should be sent to Helen Saunders, HR Officer.

You can send it to her by email: or send a hard copy to 19-23 Ironmonger Row, London EC1V 3QN. Please note the equal opportunities form will be separated from your application and not form part of the short-listing process.

Deadline: 9am, 31st Oct 2014

Interviews: w/s 10th Nov

Start date: 17th Nov

Due to the number of applications we receive we are unable to reply to all applicants. If you have not heard from us by close of business on Monday 10th November we will not be taking your application further.

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Digital Communications Intern

Forum for the Future is looking for a Digital Communications Intern to join our small but perfectly formed Communications Team.

Specifically, we’re looking for a digital native.* You’ll be all about the ‘can-do’ and getting properly stuck in. We need someone that can help improve our practices and make our already socially-engaged organisation the best in the digital world of sustainability.

You’ll know your RTs from your MTs, you’ll have your preferred scheduling platform, and you’ll be able to hashtag beautifully. You gobble up Mashable’s daily newsletter for breakfast, and you can honestly say that Lifehacker’s recommendations and ideas are why your bedroom and kitchen arrangements are as they are. Your smart phone’s got more apps than that Baby Monkey YouTube video has hits (alright, this might be an exaggeration), but you’ve got an app for pretty much every situation life finds you in. You get your news from your news feed, and you’ve – at least once – had an all-too-brief chat with a celebrity on Twitter.

In an interview, you’ll be able to talk us through the latest campaign you assisted on, or the day-to-day management of a Twitter feed and/or Facebook Page, and how you came up with different ideas for your content schedule. (Or, you’ll know exactly what you’d do differently, if you were able to do it again.)

If your application is successful, you’ll be joining our crack comms team during one of our busiest times of year, so you certainly won’t be making the tea (but it’d be nice if you chipped in). We’ll need you at our events, helping us to make them digitally-integrated and helping us catching ‘quotable quotes’ to share across our social platforms. We’ll need you in the office helping us to craft Storifys to share our stories – and you’ll edit and upload our blogposts (you’ll quickly make your way around our CMS). You’ll be brimming with ideas to put into the melting pot for how we talk about ourselves and our projects.

Working with us you’ll learn new skills and, by the time you leave, you’ll have plenty to add to your portfolio (and we’ll help you word it best). You’ll be mentored by our resident digital communications advisor (a digital native herself), and you’ll get to work on the broad range of projects that kick off in September.

Since you know exactly how to navigate a website, and get all the information you need, we’ll leave it to you to find out who we are and what we’re up to (but here’s a starting point).

*How our comms team might define a digital native: someone that’s considered at least once or twice whether it’d be a good idea to get a nyan cat tattoo (and you definitely did – or wanted to – high-five the person you met at that meet-up in east London that got it done on their forearm).

The length of this internship is three months. Full or part-time applications will be considered, although a minimum commitment of three days a week is desirable. Lunch expenses up to £5 a day and travel costs from within London (zones 1-6) can be claimed back.

To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter explaining how you meet the person specification and why you want to work in sustainability communications, together with an equal opportunities form to Helen Saunders, HR Manager, Forum for the Future, London EC1V 3QN or by email to CVs should be two pages in length, covering letters one.

The equal opportunities form will be detached from your application and will not form part of the shortlisting or selection process.

Closing date for applications: 9am, 10 November 2014
Interviews: 12-13 November
Internship start date: Preferably 17 November

Due to the number of applications we receive, if you have not heard from us by close of business on 12 November, we will not be taking your application further.

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Manager, Ending Illegal Fishing Project

The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today’s most challenging problems. Pew applies a rigorous, analytical approach to improve public policy, inform the public and invigorate civic life.

We are an independent nonprofit organization—the sole beneficiary of seven individual trusts established between 1948 and 1979 by two sons and two daughters of Sun Oil Company founder Joseph N. Pew and his wife, Mary Anderson Pew.

Our work lays the foundation for effective policy solutions by informing and engaging citizens, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause and insisting on tangible results. Our projects encourage efficient, responsive governments—at the local, state, national and international levels—serving the best interests of the people. We partner with a diverse range of donors, public and private organizations and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven investments to improve society.

With offices in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Brussels and London and staff in other regions of the United States as well as Australia, Pew provides an exciting learning environment and the opportunity to work with highly talented individuals. We are a dynamic, rapidly evolving organization that values creativity and innovative thinking and fosters strong teamwork with mutual respect.


For the past two decades, Pew has been a major force in educating the public and policy makers about the causes, consequences and solutions to some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Our work is focused on reducing the scope and severity of three major global environmental problems:

  • Dramatic changes to the Earth’s climate brought about by the increasing concentration of greenhouse gases in the planet’s atmosphere;
  • The erosion of large terrestrial wilderness ecosystems that contain a great part of the world’s remaining biodiversity; and,
  • The destruction of the world’s marine environment.

Global Campaign to End Illegal Fishing:

At least one fifth of all fish taken from the sea are caught illegally or beyond the reach of regulators. This significantly threatens the health of the global ocean ecosystem and undermines the economies of countless fishing communities around the world. Fishing grounds in developing countries and on the high seas are especially vulnerable to exploitation by companies that engage in illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing. International crime in fisheries flourishes because flag states do not fulfill their legal obligations to control the fishing operations of their vessels, and port states do not have the tools or incentives to identify and prosecute these crimes in port.

There is no silver bullet capable of addressing IUU fishing. Many tools must be marshaled to close down the avenues for illegally caught and unregulated fish. The campaign is working to lay the foundation for a global system of enforcement to combat illegal fishing through the adoption and effective implementation of policy measures that enable the identification and tracking of industrial-scale fishing vessels, the development of practical tools to improve information-sharing among enforcement authorities and the building of the necessary human and technical resources to sanction such vessels if they have engaged in illicit activities.

Position Overview:

This position will be responsible for managing all elements of the campaign in consort with other project managers and working closely with the Director. The focus of the role will adjust to match the weight of effort needed throughout the 5 year campaign strategy but the position will have specific and long-term areas of focus and direct responsibility for development and delivery of those focus areas.

The position is located in our Washington, DC office and will report to the Director, Ending Illegal Fishing Project. It is expected that this position is for a term period through March 31, 2018, with the possibility of an extension pending the success of the program, funding sources and board decisions on continued support.

Job Requirements

  • Providing advice and assistance to the campaign director in identifying and setting highly measurable goals and targets as well as developing timelines and operational plans.
  • Developing and implementing workplans with the campaign director to develop proactive advocacy campaigns to achieve the agreed strategic objectives.
  • Consulting with experts from a variety of fields who can help inform project development and implementation.
  • Organizing and hosting strategy sessions with NGOs, scientists, and other stakeholders.
  • Forging partnerships with key organizations that can advance project goals.
  • Monitoring project budget and overseeing project consultants.
  • Synthesizing the results of various research, investigations and partnerships into a coherent, multi-tiered, multi-year plan for building a global Illegal fishing enforcement system.
  • Working with the campaign director and other international ocean conservation program campaigns to integrate thinking on the campaigning and advocacy needed to end illegal fishing.
  • Collaborating with the campaign director and other Trusts staff to provide project partners/donors with regular updates on project advancements.


  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in a relevant area or equivalent experience preferred.
  • A minimum of eight years of relevant professional experience required. Experience in international fisheries policy strongly preferred; some experience with marine conservation and maritime enforcement issues is a plus.
  • Minimum of two plus years of previous direct supervisory experience required including experience managing performance management process for direct reports and providing career development advice and counsel.
  • Prior to commencing employment with Pew, candidates for this position who were registered to lobby in any jurisdiction must certify termination of previous registration(s) and provide copies of termination notices with said jurisdiction(s) to Pew.
  • Demonstrated strong analytical and strategic skills. Ability to synthesize large amounts of information and to focus quickly on the essence of an issue/problem, determine whether it is ripe for intervention and identify the means to address it. A strong commitment to producing measurable results.
  • A task-oriented style, with focus on achieving clear and ambitious goals. Demonstrated ability to meet multiple deadlines by maintaining a high level of organization. Able to develop and move projects forward with a high degree of independence and autonomy.
  • Politically astute; able to understand the needs and motivations of different individuals and international institutions and conceptualize win-win scenarios to satisfy multiple agendas and stakeholders.
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills, including an ease in briefly summarizing the essence of issues and means to address them. Strong oral, presentation, facilitation and written communication skills. Clear, effective writing style.
  • Strong interpersonal skills; able to develop and manage productive relationships with consultants, partners and others who contribute to the development of a project by anticipating possible outcomes. Excellent listening skills. Highly articulate.
  • Exhibits skills of diplomacy. Able to work productively with a wide array of different people and international institutions that frequently disagree with and are in competition with one another.
  • Seasoned judgment, able to justify recommendations, and be responsive, clear and firm with colleagues and partners.


We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits package.


It is likely that there will be a need to travel nationally and internationally approximately 15% of the time

Pew is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply click on ‘More information’ below.

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Research Nurse

University of Southampton

University of Southampton – Cancer Research UK Centre Faculty of Medicine, Cancer Sciences Academic Unit

Location: Southampton
Salary: £30,434 to £37,394 Pro Rata, Per Annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract: Contract / Temporary
Placed on: 20th October 2014
Closes: 16th November 2014
Job Ref: 437014CM-R

Cancer Sciences

Location: Southampton General Hospital
Fixed Term – 2 years

(Full-time or part-time with minimum of 0.6 FTE over 3 days – 2 vacancies)

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an exceptional team of motivated and enthusiastic nurses, based at the Southampton General Hospital, responsible for running a portfolio of early phase clinical research trials, including academic & pharmaceutical studies.

We are seeking highly motivated individuals with good interpersonal, communication and organisational skills, who thrive on working independently and as part of a unique team.

The diversity of the role requires significant experience in oncology and the necessary interpersonal skills to support cancer patients taking part in clinical trials. You will require the expertise to perform cannulation and venesection and be obliged to administer unlicensed drugs and vaccines. A full induction & orientation programme is provided.

The role requires a weekday work pattern with some degree of flexibility on working hours and days. The University of Southampton offers 30 days annual leave, plus 8 bank holidays with an additional 6 extra statuary leave days over Easter & Christmas (all pro-rata for p/t).

This post will require an enhanced DBS check.

The post is available for two years in the first instance. For informal enquiries please contact Jac Samuel by email or Tel: 023 8120 5112. 

Application Procedure:

You should submit your completed online application form at If you need any assistance, please call Sarah Foster (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 5070. Please quote reference 437014CM-R  on all correspondence. 

Further details:

We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Please note that applications from agencies will not be accepted unless indicated in the job advert.


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Cafe Bar Assistant

University of Brighton

University of Brighton – Accommodation and Hospitality Services

Location: Brighton
Salary: £15,356 to £16,131 pro rata
Hours: Full Time
Contract: Permanent
Placed on: 20th October 2014
Closes: 3rd November 2014
Job Ref: CA8185-14-133

Location: Brighton – Falmer

Based at our Falmer campus which is located just outside of the city and surrounded by the hills of the South Downs, you will be responsible for carrying out general kitchen and front of house duties which includes preparing basic food items and orders for the hospitality department. You will also operate cash registers in line with departmental policy and have the ability and aptitude to work in a busy customer facing role. Strong communication skills are essential for this position. Previous cash handling experience and a current basic food hygiene certificate would be desirable.

In return, the university offers 23 days of annual leave pro rata as well as bank holidays and additional leave over the Christmas period. Job sharers welcome


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