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Please note - you must complete the application form to apply for any of our vacancies, we will not accept any CVs sent without an application form.

If you are a Recruitment Agency, please do not contact us.

Please note, due to the high volume of applications we can only notify those candidates successful to interview stage.

Applicants who are not already members are encouraged to join. Membership will enable you to find out more about bat conservation and the Bat Conservation Trust as an organisation.

 

Current Vacancies 

Scottish Bat Officer

Monitoring and Science Manager (maternity cover)

 

Scottish Bat Officer (Full-time)

The Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) works across many sectors to help all those whose work or volunteering brings them in to contact with bats. BCT is recruiting a Scottish Bat Officer to deliver BCT aims for bat conservation in Scotland, working with SNH and other key stakeholders. BCT’s Scottish Bat Project is supported by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and other funders.

Applicants should have significant experience of working in the wildlife sector with volunteers and professionals, managing programmes of work, and delivering training to a variety of audiences. The ideal candidate will have a good level of knowledge of bat conservation, have delivered training, be a highly efficient and self-motivated person, with excellent communication and administration skills.

If you have the passion and experience to join our team please view the job description and person specification below. 

Job Description – Person Specification

Application Form

Deadline for applications: 9am on 30th May 2017

Interviews: 20th June 2017

Location for Interviews: SNH Offices Edinburgh

(Please note interviewees will be required to prepare a two-page plan for increasing participation in the National Bat Monitoring Programme in Scotland for the interview. Further details will be provided in the invitation to interview letter if your application is successful.)

Application form to be returned to Sian Moore, either via email to jobs@bats.org.uk or by post to the Bat Conservation Trust, Quadrant House, 250 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5RD. Queries to Sian Moore as above.

 

Monitoring and Science Manager (maternity cover)

The Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) is proud to be the leading non-governmental organisation devoted solely to the conservation of bats and their habitats. Our mission is to conserve bats for present and future generations. Through education, collaborative action and scientific research, we inspire individuals and organisations to value and speak out for bats. With 6,000 members, more than 100,000 followers on social media and 3,000 volunteers, BCT works to create a better world for bats.

We are seeking a motivated scientist and programme manager, committed to bat conservation, to develop and manage our monitoring and science programmes. You will be responsible for the delivery of the National Bat Monitoring Programme and for developing our science collaborations.

Please see below for a full job description and application form:

Application Form

Job Description / Person Specification

Deadline for applications: 9am Mon 19th June 2017

Interviews: Thursday 29th June 2017

Please note that CVs need not be sent as all relevant information should be included on the application form.

Application form to be returned to Sian Moore, either via email to jobs@bats.org.uk or by post to the Bat Conservation Trust, Quadrant House, 250 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5RD. Queries to Sian Moore as above.

 


The Bat Conservation Trust works towards an equal opportunities culture. View the equal opportunities policy.

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