Conservation Manager (North England)

Butterfly Conservation

Conservation Manager North
Contract: Established
Hours: 37 hours per week (1fte)
Location: Home-based in Northern England, with frequent travel across Northern England and some
requirement for travel throughout the UK.
Salary: Band D – £32,359 to £36,698 pa, dependent upon experience, plus 8% pension contribution

It is an incredibly exciting time to be joining us. If you are passionate about the
environment, conservation and tackling biodiversity loss you couldn’t be in a better place!

We are looking for someone with the skills, knowledge and experience to co-deliver vital
conservation action towards BC’s 2021-2026 strategy across Northern England. Through
partnership working, you’ll be responsible for delivering both our threatened species and
landscapes programmes, and overseeing management of our nature reserves in Northern England.

This is a varied and active role and you’ll need a good understanding of the ecology of
butterflies and moths, experience of delivering landscape scale projects, and knowledge habitat
management and species monitoring techniques. You’ll have experience of working in partnerships
and will be adept at engaging with a wide range of people including volunteers, land managers,
government agencies and others.

You will become part of our Conservation team in England and will be able to draw upon the
expertise of staff and branches across the UK. A full driving license, access to a car and
business insurance is essential for this role due to the remote nature of some of our sites.

Candidates must have the right to work in the UK.

For full details please see the job description attached below.

Closing date: Midday Wednesday 12 April 2023

Interviews will take place via zoom on Tuesday 25 April 2023.

No agencies please

We believe our work has never been more important.

Wildlife is in steep decline across the UK and over three-quarters of butterflies and
two-thirds of moths are declining. We recognise it needs a great team with a wide variety of
skills to tackle the problems facing butterflies, moths and the environment.

Our staff and volunteers are proud to be part of Butterfly Conservation and are dedicated to
making a difference to the environment we live in. We understand the importance of maintaining
and expanding our expert and valued team of people and offer a range of roles located all over
the UK, from the peat bogs in Scotland to the post room in Dorset.

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