Engagement and Communications Trainee – Kingfisher Trail

The aim of the Engagement and Communications Trainee is to provide an individual with the opportunity to develop experience and expertise in creative engagement of individuals and communities with urban nature.

The trainee will benefit from working across sites along the Kingfisher Trail and other key wildlife havens, supported by members of our team to plan, develop and facilitate family engagement activities as well as taking a pro-active approach to promote activities and project achievements; as well as capturing and communicating compelling stories across this fantastic wildlife landscape.

This trainee post is part of a programme of priority projects that will establish a network for nature across the county, funded through the Green Recovery Challenge Fund and managed by the Greater Manchester Environment Fund. Whilst being focused on the Kingfisher Trail, the trainee will work alongside other GRCF projects and trainees in GM; producing a portfolio demonstrating their new skills and a personal project report as well as co-ordinating a trainee led knowledge sharing event / celebration.

How to Apply

Further details including a full Job Description can be found in the Recruitment Pack below, along with our application forms.  Please review the Job Description before you apply.

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Please complete the Application Form and Diversity Monitoring Form and return your application before the closing date stated below.

(CV’s will not be considered – No Agencies)

Closing Date for Receipt of Applications Is:  Wednesday 10 March 2021

Interviews:  W/c 15 March 2021

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Key Information


National Minimum Wage


Lancashire Wildlife Trust


Fixed Term


Part Time


Entry Level


Communication, Conservation


Bolton, United Kingdom

Application Deadline:

10th March 2021 at 11:45pm