Are you looking for a role in biodiversity management in the Broads and can provide ecological technical expertise with particular focus on nature conservation?

The successful candidate will hold a relevant environment degree and understand environmental and conservation issues relating to wetland and aquatic ecosystems. Knowledge and experience in planning and undertaking environmental monitoring in aquatic systems is required.

Experience of planning practical work across a range of conservation and countryside management situations is essential. Experience in livestock management is desirable as the role involves working with the Broads Authority’s grazing animals. You must also possess good IT skills and have a working knowledge of GIS applications.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 12 July 2024.

Interviews will be held at Yare House, Norwich, on Friday 19 July 2024.

The Broads Authority encourages applications from all sections of the community.