A sustainable future for wildlife and people
Please see below for all our current vacancies.
Please note: we do not accept CV's for our advertised vacancies. Candidates wishing to apply will need to complete our Application Form and email it (preferably in Word format) to [email protected]
We recognise that in order to remain successful our staff must be professional in their approach and committed to the Trust and its aims. We recognise that this is only possible if those working for us gain appropriate reward and fulfilment from its work.
We are committed to providing both a working environment and employment conditions which will encourage and empower our staff to give their best, take responsibility for their actions and develop for themselves a successful career.
This will be achieved through:
All our staff have a responsibility to create and maintain a positive working environment, where they and our volunteers are supportive of one another, openly offering encouragement and helpful advice.
We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on any of the protected characteristics.
Volunteers make up a huge part in supporting the Trust's structure and activities. The Trust recognises that volunteer participation is essential in order for its activities to be community-led and this is central and integral to its success and wellbeing. Consequently staff member-volunteer relationships are of crucial importance and must be understood and fostered by all staff. A large part of a member of staffs work is directed towards supporting, fostering and optimising the voluntary contribution to the Trust's work.
All our staff are encouraged to take part in voluntary work for the Trust or other organisations outside office hours.
Do you share a passion for science and evidence informing decisions affecting the natural environment? We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual with a particular interest in managing and processing biological data and information to support WSRBC services.Read more
Do you share a passion for science and evidence informing decisions affecting the natural environment? WSBRC has an exciting opportunity to recruit a highly motivated individual to develop the work of the Records Centre.Read more
Do you share a passion for science and evidence informing decisions affecting the natural environment? We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated IT expert, to provide technical support to the WSBRC to ensure its systems and processes are fit for purpose.Read more
Ready for a new challenge? Love being outdoors? Want to use your skills to support Wiltshire Wildlife Trust?Read more
The Trust is seeking to establish a team of enthusiastic, highly motivated and committed individuals to support the delivery of our environmental education programmes on an ad-hoc basis.Read more
Do you share a passion for science and evidence informing decisions affecting the natural environment? The Trust is looking for an experienced, enthusiastic leader and manager who is committed to the growth and development of Wiltshire & Swindon Biological Records Centre (WSBRC) and who has an understanding of the importance that good data has in supporting decisions affecting the environment.Read more