Spurn Ranger Volunteer

Spurn National Nature Reserve has many features that draw visitors from all over including; wildlife, heritage and history. This unique place has had many different uses by humans over the years and you can see the rich history of the landscape right before your eyes across the whole reserve, not to mention the abundance of wildlife; wading birds on the salt marshes, kestrels hunting, rare migrants popping in for a welcome respite, deer and even seals if you’re lucky! As there are so many interesting features on this site that is 3 miles in length, we’d like volunteers to help talk with visitors at our new Discovery Centre and at specific points on the site at high tides and to help keep people and wildlife safe.

You’ll be part of a team of volunteers who help to make Spurn a fantastic place to visit, you’ll like spending time talking to people and helping them to have an inspiring day. Full training and induction to the role will be given, you’ll just need to bring lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to make each visitors trip to Spurn a memorable one!

How to Apply

Visit our website to find a detailed role description and application form.

The closing date for applications is Monday 31st May 2021.

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Key Information

Organisation:

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Duration:

Fixed Term

Hours:

Part Time

Level:

Entry Level, Graduate, Mid Level, Senior

Sectors:

Communication, Conservation, Environment, Marine Conservation, Nature & Wildlife

Location:

Spurn, Kilnsea, United Kingdom

Application Deadline:

Not specified, apply soon.