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An enthusiastic individual with a highly creative mind, excellent interpersonal skills and attention to detail. A strong passion to better protect nature having gained a solid background in wildlife conservation and management.

I am a research ecologist that is passionate about the protection of ecosystems. I have a strong background in project management, surveys of protected species, spatial and statistical data analysis, and writing of reports and peer-reviewed papers. 

Determined and focused post-graduate of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Science looking to make their first steps into the environmental job sector. Years of experience with a range of different environmental analysis software, practices and techniques both physical and in the field. Professional research skills and an in-depth knowledge of hydrogecological environmental principles, biota, and environmental law. As well as habitat management, planning and budgeting experience. A real care for the environment shown through continued volunteering within the Bristol area and a want to put that care into a career that will help me continue to learn.

Professional, diligent and reliable.

Excellent planner and accurate record keeper.

Proficient organiser and motivator.

Abundance of manners, morale and motivation.

A can do attitude with a will do approach.

Accomplished and results-oriented professional offering 15+ years’ success in leading and developing effective systems and procedures to streamline various projects security operations and risk management processes for the regulation of continual operational management, security and investigation in varied world wide environments.

  • HGV driving
  • Machinery Operation
  • Tree Surgery
  • Woodland Management
  • Estate Maintenance
  • Small scale farming
  • Practical skills instruction
  • Roundwood Carpentry/ Green Woodwork

Ambitious hard worker looking to build a career in conservation, environment management and habitat sustainability. Previous 4 years working as an English teacher in China and Poland. Excellent team work and communication skills, very keen to learn.

I am friendly and down to earth with experience in many aspects of conservation/wildlife/habitat surveying and monitoring inc. UK rare and invasive species 

I have been a committed ornithologist for 25 years and contribute to ornithology at a national and international level through publications in journals. I have worked at E3 Ecology for 11 years and Senior Field Ornithologist since 2011.

I have recently finished my master’s degree in Biodiversity conservation at Bournemouth university and I’m currently looking for employment in the environmental sector.

My career goal is to serve as steward of the natural world while building a career which inspires community empowerment, sustainability, and healthy food systems.

COUNTRYSIDE MANAGEMENT / GROUNDS MAINTENANCE / FORESTRY & ARBORICULTURE

As a recent graduate with professional experience I am seeking a career utilising the environmental applications of GIS and remote sensing.

Interested in environmental field work opportunities in conservation or surveying projects.

Currently working for the RSPB as a Catering Assistant and volunteering with Cardiff Council as a Park Ranger.

A recent Applied Bioscience and Zoology graduate with a first-class honours’ degree from, looking for employment in the ornithological field. I have acquired many skills through my degree, including report writing and field work experience. I am a conscientious worker who is willing to learn new skills.

A keen ecologist with two seasons of experience, actively working towards hazel dormouse, great crested newt, and bat level one licenses.

Ecologist with experience in protected species surveys, ECoW, freshwater surveys, water quality monitoring, and environmental microbiology

Aspiring ranger with a wide range of skills and high levels of physical fitness.

Passionate, hardworking, enthusiastic.  Working for nature is what I was put here to do.  Give me the chance to help save wildlife, restore habitats and impart knowledge to prioritise nature in society. 

Since 2010 I have been heavily involved with environmental conservation, especially habitat monitoring and management.

 I evolved a strategy to develop myself through working part-time for a range of relevant voluntary bodies in order both to deepen my knowledge and to maintain and enhance my technical skills and, at the same time to take an Open University degree (starting 2009) and obtaining a BSc (Hons) Natural Science (Environmental Science) in 2016. Through this degree, I was able to develop skills in technical report writing and data collection and analysis.

 I wish to develop a career in the environmental sector, especially in the areas of laboratory work and data analysis.