Recruiting the MTMTE team

Do you have a passion for Dartmoor? Do you find its past fascinating, its unique ecology amazing and its landscape breath taking? Do you want to be part of a team that helps share this for future generations?

Moor than meets the eye is a Landscape Partnership Scheme which has just received £1.9 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund to help us to do this and we are now looking for enthusiastic people to join our team.

We are looking for two people to join the team a Community Heritage Officer and a Community Ecologist.

For the post of Community Heritage Officer, we are looking for someone able to work with communities and organisations to develop locally based projects that help care for, understand and celebrate the historic environment of the Partnership area. The successful candidate will have some archaeological and conservation experience and a proven track record in both research and field work in these disciplines. They will need to be an excellent communicator and have had past successes in working with local heritage and communities.

For the post of Community Ecologist we are seeking somebody to take forward ideas for better connecting people and wildlife work with local landowners, farmers and communities to deliver ecological projects. The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of habitats and species, proven experience in provision of site management advice, development of management plans and have excellent communication skills. Experience in developing community based biodiversity projects would be an advantage.

Both jobs are being advertised on the Dartmoor National Park Authority website . Please follow this link http://www.dartmoor-npa.gov.uk/aboutus/au-jobvacancies

 

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