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New post – seasonal peregrine project officer

Norwich Cathedral Peregrines Watch Point Project Officer

We need an enthusiastic, friendly and organised person with a good working knowledge of Peregrines and birds of prey although background information will be given. You must be able to manage a large team of volunteers of all ages and abilities.

Full time: 18-week contract from March 16 2015 until not later than July 19 2015.
Salary: £14,040 per annum (pro rata)

You will need to be DBS (formerly CRB) checked for this position.

The Peregrine Project Officer will be responsible to Nigel Middleton – Conservation Officer at: Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve, Turf Moor Road, Sculthorpe, Fakenham, Norfolk NR21 9GN.

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To apply for this position or for more information please send a current CV and a covering letter to: Lin Murray by email on sculthorpe@hawkandowl.org, in person at the reserve (address above) or call Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve on 01328 856 788 – open every day (except Christmas) Day 8am – 4pm.
The closing date for receipt of CVs and covering letters is 4pm January 16 2015.

Reserve Rangers challenge for the half term holidays

Young people visiting Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve this autumn half term can take part in a fun challenge which involves lots of things to do and look out for on the reserve. Children need to collect their Reserve Rangers card from the visitor centre the first time they visit and bring it with them each time… Continue Reading

Latest Friends of Sculthorpe Moor 300 club draw

The Friends of Sculthorpe Moor 300 Club is a lottery draw that raises funds for the conservation and educational work on the Reserve. There are four draws a year, the latest of which took place on Friday 12 September. With 172 tickets in the draw, the prize fund was £645. 1st prize £322.50, to Mrs.… Continue Reading

Reserve Rangers summer challenge launched

  Young people visiting Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve this summer can take part in a fun summer challenge which involves lots of things to do and look out for on the reserve. Children need to collect their Reserve Rangers card from the visitor centre the first time they visit and bring it with them… Continue Reading