Local Nature Reserve Project Officer Post

We are pleased to announce that we have secured funding for a new Local Nature Reserve Project Officer until the end of March 2023.

The post is part of the larger HEAL (Health & Environmental Action Lancashire) programme being run by the Ribble Rivers Trust.  The Local Nature Reserve Officer will be responsible for delivering the project plan for the Hyndburn area, primarily focussing on conservation and volunteering activities on the Coppice / Peel Park Nature Reserve in Accrington.

The post will be for 37.00 hours per week over 5 days (including Saturdays) and will be based at our offices at 54 Broadway, Accrington, Lancashire, BB5 1EW.  The salary will be £25,000 per annum for 37.00 hours per week.

The HEAL project is being funded by the Green Recovery Challenge Fund.

The deadline for submission of completed applications is 5.00pm prompt on Monday 27th September.

Interviews will take place in Accrington on Thursday 7th October.  Please ensure you can make that date before you apply.

Please find below all the documents you will need to submit an application.  If any of the links do not work please contact us on the e-mail address below and we will send them direct to your e-mail address.

Once complete, either hand deliver or post the application to our address (found on the application form) or send it by e-mail to info@prospectsfoundation.org.uk.


Local Nature Reserve Officer Post Job Pack

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No CV's please - These will not be looked at.  Using our own specific application form allows us to assess each candidate on an equal basis.

If you have any questions relating to the post or the application form please contact us by e-mail initially at info@prospectsfoundation.org.uk.

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