I recently relocated to the North Dorset/South Somerset area and am looking to transfer my operational skills and competencies into an administrative or project coordination role within the environmental or conservation sector.
My desire is to work in an organisation that really makes a difference to the wellbeing and future of our wildlife and our planet. I have always felt a keen connection with nature and gain a lot of energy by being immersed in the great outdoors. The natural environment and wildlife preservation are very important to me. I am involved with a local wildlife educational group who take part in outreach events in which we engage with members of the public and disseminate information.
I am a highly experienced administrator with excellent attention to detail which I see as an essential attribute for analytical, compliance and due diligence working. I have strong operational and project coordination skills and am a reliable team member, prepared to support and motivate others.
I have a track record of supporting a wide range of professionals as they embark on a return to study. I have excellent interpersonal skills as demonstrated in recent working relationships with mature students and senior academic staff. I work well within teams (both internally and externally) and also independently, and can manage heavy workloads within strict time constraints.
Available for Work in the Following Sectors
- ✓Admin Support
- ✓Gamekeeping and Wildlife Management
- ✓Rights of Way
- ✓Volunteer Development
- ✓Wildlife Conservation
Interested in the Following Hours
- ✓Full Time
- ✓Part Time
- ✓Fixed Term
- ✓Job Share
A Level's (English Lang/Lit; Psychology; Philosophy)
RHS Qualifications (or Equivalent)
Preferred Employment Location
Working holiday with the National Trust, butterfly surveying and bracken bashing on Dartmoor. Ranger Day in South Devon consisting of coppicing and woodland management. Work with local wildlife groups, badger sett surveying.