What we're looking for
Community outreach and engagement is important for the success of our reserves. By building relationships with the local community and visitors, we better understand the people that use the reserves so we know how what to deliver. It is also important to tell people about who we are and why we're doing conservation on their doorstep. You will visit community groups and RSPB local groups in the wide vicinity of Sherwood Forest to give talks about the RSPB and our work at Sherwood Forest. You will help to develop and promote community activities at Sherwood Forest, to increase engagement with nature activities, walks and events. You will attend seek out and attend community events and activities outside of Sherwood Forest to represent the RSPB and pass on our messages. You will be a key part of our important work to give nature a home by showing people the work we do nationally, internationally, and where our communities live and work, and how they can be a part of it.