We're currently recruiting for the following roles:
Norfolk Rivers Ecology (NRE) specialises in freshwater conservation, ranging from creating wetlands to purify water to restoring rivers and ponds. NRE is the trading arm of Norfolk Rivers Trust, with all profits donated to the Trust.
NRE is seeking to recruit an organised, self-motivated and experienced ecologist. Working closely with clients, contractors and organisations, the selected applicant will assess the feasibility, design and deliver a range of aquatic conservation and water-quality improvement projects.
The post is full time for a period of 12 months, with the potential to extend for the right applicant.
The role will be based in an office close to Holt but will require UK travel. All necessary further specialist training will be provided.
Responsibilities and duties
Assessing feasibility, design and delivery of integrated constructed wetlands
Designing and delivering river and pond restoration projects
Delivering biodiversity monitoring surveys
Liaising with EA/ NE to obtain relevant permissions
Bidding for new tenders and generating new business
Organising and managing contractors to deliver projects within set budget and timescales
Providing written reports and feedback as requested
Updating social media and website and promoting NRE
Acting as an ambassador for NRE
Travel throughout the UK to deliver projects
A full job description can be found here
Apply with a CV and single-page cover letter to email@example.com by 15th January 2021.
"(The wetland site created by Norfolk Rivers Ecology)...is proof that there is a way to balance the way we treat and clean water, with broader environmental benefits and as importantly, without the need for expensive carbon-hungry infrastructure. It’s excellent for biodiversity, and does this job for us naturally. We’re already looking at where we can make scheme like this commonplace as a water treatment option in the future as it’s an excellent example of how by working together, we can provide innovative solutions for our treatment processes, ensure they are sustainable for future generations and protect the environment."
Lottie Williams, Anglian Water