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Species Legislation and Policy Specialist
(part-time – 1 day a week)
In recent years there has been close scrutiny of the legislation afforded to European Protected Species (which includes all UK bat species). National and European reviews have both found the legislation to be fit for purpose but have concluded that the implementation could be improved. Now, as the UK negotiates its exit from the European Union (EU) we are entering a period of uncertainty about the future of legislation emanating from the EU. BCT is working hard to ensure the legislation that protects bats and their habitats is not weakened during this process. A central part of BCT’s campaign is to mobilise political support to influence government decisions about the UK’s post-Brexit environmental policy and legislation.
We are seeking someone with knowledge of species legislation and policy, an awareness of the workings of Government and Government Departments and experience in influencing issues politically at a high level in Government.
If you have the passion and experience to join our team and help us secure a future for bats and the habitats that support them and wider biodiversity, please view the job description and person specification below.
Deadline for applications: Wednesday 14th December 2016
Interviews: Thursday 12th January 2017
Application Form to be returned to Sian Moore, either via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to the Bat Conservation Trust, Quadrant House, 250 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5RD. Queries to Sian Moore as above.
Training & Conferences Manager
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 delivers a series of training courses aimed at ecological consultants, arborists, the construction industry, planners and volunteers. Most of our courses are openly advertised but we also organise in-house bespoke training. In addition BCT organises a number of conferences including a National Bat Conference, regional conferences around the UK, and one-off workshops and symposia.
BCT is recruiting a Training & Conferences Manager to oversee and develop our training and conference strategy, to manage course and conference delivery, and to manage the development of training and conferences for BCT’s priority audiences.
Applicants should have significant experience of organising training for professionals and volunteers, as well as conferences for specialist audiences. The ideal candidate will be a highly efficient and organised person with excellent administration and communication skills.
If you have the passion and experience to join our team please view the job description and person specification below.
Deadline for applications: 9am on Tuesday 3rd January 2017
Interviews: Tuesday 10th January 2017
(Please note interviewees will be required to prepare a 2-3 page training proposal for the interview and take a short test on the day of 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 email@example.com or by post to the Bat Conservation Trust, Quadrant House, 250 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5RD. Queries to Sian Moore as above.
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