Support your local Wildlife Trust whilst supplementing your income
We are looking for friendly, independent and self-motivated people of all ages to work with us and encourage members of the public to join the Wildlife Trust.
Our Membership Recruiters work independently at venues (pre-booked by our in-house team) such as local shops, garden centres, nature reserves and county shows/events.
If you have an outgoing personality, fundraising/sales experience and an interest in nature and your local environment then we would love to hear from you. This is an excellent opportunity to bring your experience to a position where you can contribute directly to cause that you are passionate about.
Hours: 6 hour working days, your choice of 3, 4 or 5 days per week including weekend working.
Salary: We offer a basic wage with realistic commission structure with our top performers earning well in excess of £20 per hour.
Benefits: Full training provided, performance based commission, travel contributions, holiday entitlement, pension scheme and recruitment bonuses.
Successful applicant requirements:
Please contact us for more information;
Tel: 0333 3207 273
Deadline 31st January 2020.
Naturalist/broadcaster Michaela Strachan meeting our Membership Recruiter, Martin.
The placement represents a unique opportunity to undertake training and develop skills and knowledge in order to further a career in biodiversity conservation / ecology and planning. The trainee (with support and training) will provide assistance to Conservation staff in field survey, data analysis, practical habitat management and restoration projects. This post will be based at Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s headquarters at Sandy Hill, Middleton
Samuel Stuart and Bas Forgham will talk about the coal mine history of the area and nature reserve.