Cirl Bunting Recovery Co-ordinator

Thursday 1 February 2018
Vacancy type:
Office and administration
South West England Regional Office

What we're looking for

To help ensure that the recovery of Devon's special bird continues. Your help in coordinating the team and dealing with the data will help to quickly identify any problems or issues with the recovery so that actions can be implemented to reverse any negative trends

The skills you need

You do not need to be a birdwatcher or even have seen a cirl bunting. We just need someone enthusiastic, organised and with an ability to inspire and support others to get out and monitor cirls. Good computer skills would be very beneficial.

Your time

2 yrs minimum commitment. Approx 20days per year. 2-3 days a week in March/early April in preparation, 1 day a fortnight though to August then 2-3 days a week in September with data analysis and reporting. Available to deal with volunteering requests a
March onwards

What's in it for you?

Operating from the buzzing conservation hub of the Exeter Regional Office you will be a heart of the RSPB's work in the South West and get to hear about the breadth and depth of the societies work. You'll develop a sense of belonging to a wider team - and strong sense of ownership of this special species. You'll also be part of one of the RSPB's most celebrated conservation success stories

How to apply


Cath Jeffs, South West England Regional Office
Tel: 01392 432691


Although you can operate out of the regional office - home-volunteering will be possible too and this role could fit in around home-life, work or other volunteering commitments.

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