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Furniture restoration job

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Salary: £26.27 per hour

Expiry date: 29/09/2022

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Merton College are now looking to appoint Visiting Teachers to teach adult learners across different levels to ensure they achieve success in their Furniture Restoration course.

You’ll deliver varied and effective teaching and learning sessions in which all members of the group are respected and able to participate, and develop course objectives using effective course and lesson plans designed to monitor learners’ progress.

To be considered for this role, candidates must possess a qualification or be able to demonstrate a professional background in the field of Furniture Restoration. You’ll have an excellent knowledge of upholstery and recycling furniture – knowledge of measuring, cutting and sewing all types of fabric and leather is desirable. You’ll be able to communicate effectively at all levels and have an excellent level of computer literacy.

The closing date for the return of completed applications is 29th September 2022

South Thames Colleges Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.

The benefits package includes generous annual leave, pension scheme, subsidised sports facilities and professional development and training.

The South Thames Colleges Group is made up of Carshalton College, Kingston College, Merton College and South Thames College, which merged on 1 August 2017. South Thames Colleges Group is one of London’s largest providers of post-16 education and training and is an ongoing and significant contributor to its local communities. We aim to put students’ success at the heart of everything we do.

We are looking for hard-working and collaborative people who can join our team and help challenge our students to progress and achieve

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River Catchment Restoration Assistant job

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Full-time

Full Job Description

WWT is embarking on an ambitious new ten-year strategy. By 2030 we want to have put wildlife into recovery by creating more space for nature with more people on nature’s side. The Tame Valley Wetlands epitomises this approach. It is a landscape partnership project led by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust with over 20 partners, including local, regional and national bodies such as the Environment Agency, Natural England, Parish, Borough and County Councils, the RSPB and Staffordshire Wildlife Trust. Over the last decade it has pioneered the landscape approach to river restoration, delivering a huge range of projects that have invested millions of pounds to support project outcomes across a range of river catchments in west-Warwickshire. It is central to our ambitions for nature’s recovery in Warwickshire.


We’re looking for someone new to join that team. Are you the outstanding candidate we’re looking for to continue this exciting work? Are you passionate about nature and wanting a new challenge? The role includes hybrid working with the option of working flexibly from WWT offices, from home and outdoors with our agile working policy.


River & Catchment Restoration Assistant
 – Closing Date 9th October 202


Accountable to:


Tame Valley Wetlands Manager


Location:


This role is contracted Hams Hall Environmental Centre, Coleshill. It follows the agile working framework, which guides all roles at the Trust (i.e. a balance of office, site & home working where appropriate to the role). It also includes regular travel across county.


Salary:


Grade 2a £17,465 – £24,450


Benefits:


Employers’ pension contribution up to 6% (with 4.5% from employee)

25 days holiday plus bank holidays

Access to Electric Vehicle salary sacrifice scheme

Employee Assistance Programme

Death in service benefit equivalent to 3x salary


Liaison with:


Landowners, partnership organisations, local communities and contractors


Responsible for:


Hours:


Volunteers, contractors


Full time 35 hours per week.


Job Purpose:


This role supports the Trust’s 2030 strategic objectives of making more space for nature, with more people on nature’s side. The restoration of rivers and their catchments is critical to nature’s recovery and this post is a key member of the team that will develop and deliver pioneering and transformational projects with landowners and partners across the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Area


Key Responsibilities:


Project development and delivery:

  • Support with the delivery of a range of river and catchment related work that enables our ambition to create a Wilder Warwickshire through river catchment scale habitat rehabilitation.
  • Liaise with project partners and stakeholders including Environment Agency, Local Authorities, Parish Councils, Severn Trent to ensure they are kept informed and engaged of planned activity.
  • Support with the provision of materials, resources and equipment required for practical projects in accordance with the agreed budgets.
    • Support with identifying the best means to fulfil projects involving trainee, volunteers, contractors, corporate groups and other organisations as appropriate.


Surveys, monitoring and mapping

  • Support with the organisation and implementation of targeted surveys of habitats (e.g. Rivers, wetland, watercourses and ponds.)
  • Support with identifying sections of river and areas of their catchment for practical restoration and enhancement work.
  • Support with the implementation on site specialist surveys. Including restoration opportunity mapping, species surveys, water level monitoring, water quality monitoring, and to involve consultants and volunteers when appropriate.
  • Produce reports on survey work fulfilled, giving analysis of results and implications.
  • Utilise GIS to map, record and analyse survey results and project delivery. Ensure data is shared with the Biological Records Centre, LBAP and relevant regional and national initiatives.


Landowner and tenant liaison

  • Ensure clear communication with landowners and land managers regarding development and implementation of projects. This will at times require negotiation and advisory communication.
  • With the support of the Tame Valley Wetlands Manager and Senior Catchment Restoration Officer, develop further projects for future phases of work and the evidence base for funding bids.
  • Support meetings, training sessions and demonstration events for landowners.


Management and development of volunteers

  • Recruit, involve, train and lead volunteers.
  • Help to organise and deliver a programme of volunteer practical tasks as part of project delivery.
  • Work with local communities as part of our Team Wilder approach supporting the delivery of our rivers and catchment related work.
  • Implement the Trust’s system for volunteer management and support.


Financial reporting and communication

  • Report project progress to Tame Valley Wetlands Manager, TVW team, delivery partners and funders as required.
  • Input into project budgets, obtaining quotes to assess value for money. Record and track expenditure against project budgets with the support of the Tame Valley Wetlands Manager.
  • Support other colleagues by gathering evidence that strengthens funding applications for future project work.
  • Support with writing text and develop designs for interpretation materials including leaflets and information boards. Promote projects at open days and events.
  • Record and report outputs, outcomes and measures of the projects undertaken, to meet funding and monitoring requirements, including Catchment reporting.

  • General Responsibilities

  • Promote the work, mission and vision of the Trust at all times.
  • Use every opportunity commensurate with other duties to contribute to the Trust’s membership recruitment, fundraising and engagement of people.
  • Ensure a high level of customer service in all dealings with the public.
  • Ensure continuous development of skills and knowledge required for the post, undergoing training and performance review as required by the Trust.
  • Work within all the policies and procedures of the Trust, ensuring own compliance with the Trust’s health and safety policies and procedures and that of any resources for whom you are responsible.
  • Work at all times within the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s Equal Opportunities Policy and to promote equal opportunities.
  • Comply with all legal and contractual obligations concerning the responsibilities of your post.
  • Carry out any other reasonable duties commensurate with the level of responsibility of the post, as requested by the Chief Executive.


Interviews will be on 19th October 2022

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River & Catchment Restoration Officer job

Job details

Job type

Full-time

Full Job Description

WWT is embarking on an ambitious new ten-year strategy. By 2030 we want to have put wildlife into recovery by creating more space for nature with more people on nature’s side. Our river catchment work is central to this approach. Over the last decade we have pioneered the landscape approach to river restoration in the area, delivering a huge range of projects in partnership with other organisations that have invested millions of pounds to support project outcomes across a range of river catchments in Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull.


Due to the success of this work we’re looking for someone new to join are team. Are you the outstanding candidate we’re looking for? Are you excellent a partnership working and project management and wanting a new challenge? The role includes hybrid working with the option of working flexibly from WWT offices, from home and outdoors with our agile working policy.


River & Catchment Restoration Officer – Closing Date 9th October 2022


Accountable to:


River & Catchment Restoration Manager


Location:


This role is contracted Hams Hall Environmental Centre, Coleshill. It follows the agile working framework, which guides all roles at the Trust (i.e. a balance of office, site & home working where appropriate to the role). It also includes regular travel across county.


Salary:


Grade 2b £22,122 – £30,272


Benefits:


Employers’ pension contribution up to 6% (with 4.5% from employee)

25 days holiday plus bank holidays

Access to Electric Vehicle salary sacrifice scheme

Employee Assistance Programme

Death in service benefit equivalent to 3x salary


Liaison with:


Landowners, partnership organisations, local communities and contractors


Responsible for:


Hours:


Volunteers, contractors


Full time35 hours per week.


Job Purpose:


This role supports the Trust’s 2030 strategic objectives of making more space for nature, with more people on nature’s side. The restoration of rivers and their catchments is critical to nature’s recovery and this post is a key member of the team that will develop and deliver pioneering and transformational projects with landowners and partners across Warwickshire Avon and Tame Anker Mease River Catchments.


Key Responsibilities:


Project development and delivery:

  • Deliver a range of river and catchment related work that supports our ambitions to create a Wilder Warwickshire including Natural Flood Management, water vole recovery and river restoration work.
  • Liaise with project partners and stakeholders including Environment Agency, Local Authorities, Parish Councils and Severn Trent to ensure they are kept informed and engaged of planned activity.
  • Ensure the provision of materials, resources and equipment required for practical projects in accordance with the agreed budgets.
    • Identify the best means to fulfil projects involving trainee, volunteers, contractors, corporate groups and other organisations as appropriate.


Surveys, monitoring and mapping

  • Organise and implement targeted surveys of rivers, wetland, watercourses and ponds.
  • Identify sections of river and areas of their catchment for practical restoration and enhancement work.
  • Initiate, co-ordinate and implement on site specialist surveys. Including NFM opportunity mapping, river MoRPH surveys, water voles, otters, and other wetland species in conjunction with other staff, consultants and volunteers when appropriate.
  • Produce reports on survey work fulfilled, giving analysis of results and implications.
  • Utilise GIS to map, record and analyse survey results and project delivery. Ensure data is shared with the Biological Records Centre, LBAP and relevant regional and national initiatives.


Landowner liaison

  • Ensure clear communication with landowners and land managers regarding development and implementation of projects. This will at times require negotiation and advisory communication.
  • With the support of the River & Catchment Restoration Manager, develop further projects for future phases of work and the evidence base for funding bids.
  • Organise and support meetings, training sessions and demonstration events for landowners.


Management and development of volunteers
:


  • Recruit, involve, train and lead volunteers.
  • Organise and deliver a programme of volunteer practical tasks as part of project delivery.
  • Work with local communities as part of our Team Wilder approach supporting the delivery of our rivers and catchment related work.
  • Implement the Trust’s system for volunteer management and support.


Financial reporting and communication

  • Report project progress to River & Catchment Restoration Manager, River & Catchment Restoration team, delivery partners and funders as required.
  • Input into project budgets, obtaining quotes to assess value for money. Record and track expenditure against project budgets with the support of the River & Catchment Restoration Manager.
  • Support other colleagues by gathering evidence that strengthens funding applications for future project work.
  • Write text and develop designs for interpretation materials including leaflets and information boards. Promote projects at open days and events.
  • Record and report outputs, outcomes and measures of the projects undertaken, to meet funding and monitoring requirements, including Catchment reporting.


General Responsibilities


  • Promote the work, mission and vision of the Trust at all times.
  • Use every opportunity commensurate with other duties to contribute to the Trust’s membership recruitment, fundraising and engagement of people.
  • Ensure a high level of customer service in all dealings with the public.
  • Ensure continuous development of skills and knowledge required for the post, undergoing training and performance review as required by the Trust.
  • Work within all the policies and procedures of the Trust, ensuring own compliance with the Trust’s health and safety policies and procedures and that of any resources for whom you are responsible.
  • Work at all times within the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s Equal Opportunities Policy and to promote equal opportunities.
  • Comply with all legal and contractual obligations concerning the responsibilities of your post.
  • Carry out any other reasonable duties commensurate with the level of responsibility of the post, as requested by the Chief Executive.

Interviews be held on 20th October 2022

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