Hide Helper - Titchwell

RSPB Titchwell Marsh and Snettisham reserves are two premier destinations for birders and nature lovers. Our wild seascapes and landscapes support over 100 species of birds and other wildlife.

Wednesday 30 May 2018
Vacancy type:
Practical conservation

What we're looking for

Visitors love the live interpretation offered by our hide helpers and guided walk leaders and this is why we want you! We are passionate about providing our visitors with an excellent visitor experience from the moment they arrive on our reserve. Hide helpers support our visitors with wildlife identification, the use of optics, provide information on conservation work, habitat management and RSPB campaigns.

The skills you need

You will need to have basic bird identification skills and a general interest in birds and their habitats. You need to have enthusiasm for our visitors and will want to share your bird knowledge in practical situations in our hides. You must be comfortable discussing RSPB membership and how this supports our conservation work. You will also need to work comfortably with our family audience and young children.

Your time

Flexible - but 1 day per week desirable
All year round

What's in it for you?

Many of our hide helpers have been the inspiration for our visitors taking a keen interest in wildlife and conservation. You will be working with a forward thinking and dynamic team who are passionate about saving nature and creating habitats for wildlife to thrive and survive.

How to apply


Carrie Carey, Titchwell
Tel: 01485 211973
Email: Carrie.Carey@rspb.org.uk


Appropriate training will be provided explaining Titchwell reserve and the more general work of the RSPB. Expenses will be reimbursed where necessary. The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. We rely upon memberships and donations to fund our work. By volunteering your time and skills, you could make a real difference to the work of the RSPB. Nature is amazing – help us keep it that way.

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