Land Management Advice Consultant

Somerset Wildlife Trust

The sales subsidiary of Somerset Wildlife Trust is expanding and we’re looking for people to
join us through income generating roles which will help us deliver our strategy for nature’s
recovery.

Do you have experience in land management?

Are you from a sales-driven background and looking to use your skills to aid nature’s recovery?

If so then we’d love to hear from you.

Land Management Advice Consultant

Salary: £29,833 – £38,139

Contract type: Permanent

Working hours: Full time

Location: Callow Rock Offices, Shipham Road, Cheddar, Somerset, BS27 3DQ, with
opportunities for hybrid working.

As a Commercial Land Management Advice Consultant you will seek commercial opportunities to
develop and deliver high-quality services to a range of land managers and communities that
stimulate nature’s recovery.

You will deliver innovative land management advice that maximizes the use of emerging funding
mechanisms such as the Environmental Land Management Scheme, Biodiversity Net Gain, trading
carbon credits and delivering nutrient neutrality.

You will work in multi-disciplinary teams alongside both Somerset Wildlife Trust, SWT (Sales)
Ltd and the Somerset Environmental Records Centre (SERC) to deliver a range of basic, standard
and bespoke land management advice.

Benefits:

  • 7% employer pension contribution.
  • 25 days leave plus Bank Holidays & 3 additional discretionary days (pro rata).
  • Flexible working including Time Off in Lieu & hybrid working options.
  • Dedicated 24-hour Employee Assistance Programme for you and your household.
  • Part of a national team of Wildlife Trusts Staff.
  • Discounts in high street retailers.
  • Joining a supportive team with Mental Health awareness and champions.
  • Working across some of the most beautiful locations in the county.

The closing date is midnight on 30th June 2023.

Please note that we will review applications throughout the advertising period and may close
the advert early if a suitable applicant is found.

Somerset Wildlife Trust has an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Plan and is committed to
continuing to improve the equality, diversity and inclusion of every aspect of our work; we
know we need to engage with everyone to live our Values and achieve our goals. We welcome
applications from everyone and are happy to discuss any accommodations or arrangements that
would make the recruitment process better for you, and the working environment should you be
employed.

No agencies please.

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