Paul Coulson | April 21st 2021
SALARY: £23,000 PLUS CONTRIBUTORY PENSION
HOURS: 371⁄2 HOURS PER WEEK
TERM: FIXED TERM FOR 12 MONTHS
LOCATION: HOMEWORKER (SOUTH OF ENGLAND, IDEALLY NEAR THE THAMES AREA)
REPORTS TO: ENVIRONMENT MANAGER
The Angling Trust has an exciting new opportunity to join the Angling Trust Freshwater team, helping to engage the angling community in invasive non-native species management and litter and advance best practice in these areas. There are two Environment Officers; one covering the north of England and the other the south of England. These are newly funded roles available, initially, on 12 month contracts. The job holders will report to and work closely with the AT Environment Manager and will also work with colleagues across AT teams and other relevant stakeholders in delivering our environmental programs.
To deliver the Angling Trust’s non-native species work, encouraging the angling community to adopt best biosecurity practice and report and manage invasive species (70%), including:
To deliver the Angling Trust litter program, including engaging anglers in the Anglers Against Litter campaign,and promoting the incorporation of ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ approaches into angling activities (30%).
Full details and specification here Job Description – Environment Officer North