Biodiversity Ranger

posted 08 Feb 2019
£22,401 - £24,657
Grade: 4
Closing date: 25 February 2019
Interview date: 12 March 2019
  • Permanent, full-time
  • 37 hours per week
  • Monday to Thursday 8am to 4.30pm and Friday 8am to 4pm one hour lunch break daily
We are seeking a highly enthusiastic and organised person with a keen interest in biodiversity to lead on our practical habitat management works across the borough.
You will have a solid knowledge in habitat management and biodiversity conservation together with a can do attitude and will be a good team player as well as someone able to operate on their own. The ideal candidate will also be a good communicator, as working with and alongside volunteer and friends groups is an essential requirement of the role.

This is very much a hands on practical position but there is also a small amount of IT skills required to carry out the role.

The borough of Basingstoke and Deane has a range of wildlife-rich habitats including ancient woodlands, calcareous grasslands and heathland.

We offer an excellent range of benefits including discounts at national and local retailers, free on-site parking, salary sacrifice scheme for lease cars, healthcare cash plan, pension scheme, generous leave entitlement and more.

The council signs up to the Disability Confident scheme (formerly known as the ‘Two Ticks’ scheme). If you have declared a disability on the application form we can guarantee you an interview if you meet the essential criteria for the job.

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