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Administration Assistant (Ryevitalise Project)

Helmsley

Job Ref
AV266
Location
Helmsley

Administration Assistant (Ryevitalise Project)

£11,513 - £11,978 for 22.5 hours per week

We have an exciting opportunity for an Administration Assistant to join our Ryevitalise project team to undertake a variety of administrative tasks, supporting project delivery to conserve the habitats, wildlife and landscapes of the River Rye catchment.

Working closely with the Programme Manager you will be responsible for undertaking administrative and financial tasks, including submitting quarterly grant claims, using the ‘Better Impact’ software to provide information to our volunteers, collating press releases and newsletters and supporting the Ryevitalise Steering Group and Partnership Board; ensuring deadlines are met whilst maintaining quality.

Ryevitalise is a Landscape Partnership project working together to conserve, enhance and restore the natural and cultural heritage the River Rye and its tributaries, encouraging people to reconnect with the history, wildlife and landscapes of the area. We are looking for an enthusiastic and skilled person with a passion for wildlife, landscapes and people to join the team – we look forward to hearing from you!

If you want to have an informal discussion about this role, please contact Alexandra Cripps, Ryevitalise Programme Manager on 01439 772542 or email a.cripps@northyorkmoors.org.uk

Function
Administration
Status
Part Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
22.5


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Conservation Field Officer (Ryevitalise Project)

Helmsley

Job Ref
AV268
Location
Helmsley

Conservation Field Officer (Ryevitalise Project)

£20,903 to £23,541 for 37 hours per week; Fixed Term Contract to 30 June 2023 (with extension likely)

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Conservation Field Officer to join our Ryevitalise project team to undertake practical conservation and monitoring work to conserve the habitats, wildlife and landscapes of the River Rye catchment.

You will be responsible for undertaking a variety of practical conservation work from habitat and species management to access improvement works, taking the lead on a variety of exciting Citizen Science projects as well as our volunteering and trainee programmes.

Ryevitalise is a Landscape Partnership project working together to conserve, enhance and restore the natural and cultural heritage the River Rye and its tributaries, encouraging people to reconnect with the history, wildlife and landscapes of the area. We are looking for an enthusiastic and skilled person with a passion for wildlife, landscapes and people to join the team – we look forward to hearing from you!

If you want to have an informal discussion about this role, please contact Alexandra Cripps, Ryevitalise Programme Manager on 01439 772542 or email a.cripps@northyorkmoors.org.uk

Function
Conservation
Status
Full Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
37


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Planning

Building Conservation Trainee

Helmsley

Job Ref
PL231
Location
Helmsley

Building Conservation Trainee

£12,428 to £13,997 (£20,903 to £23,514 FTE) for 22 hours per week; Fixed Term Contract for 1 year

We have a fantastic and rare opportunity for someone starting their career in Building Conservation to gain valuable experience within a national park context. The position is based in our planning team and will require the post holder to undertake a variety of duties focusing on the development, management and care of our built historic environment.

You will work with the existing team developing skills and learning about the many aspects of the historic environment. You will be responsible for undertaking a variety of appraisal of development schemes, contributing to policy documents and research, advising members of the public, professionals and organisations on built heritage matters under the direct supervision and guidance of the Building Conservation Officer. This role is particularly suited to anyone with an existing profession or trade, looking to gain experience and skills in the management of the built historic environment.

Here at the North York Moors we try to balance the needs of the National Park, its people, landscape, wildlife and culture, with the needs of visitors who come to enjoy the area. It’s really important that people understand why the North York Moors is such a special place and what makes it so special, so that it's used and cared for in ways which will maintain it for future generations.

We help to protect and care for around 3,000 listed buildings, 42 Conservation Areas and countless other heritage assets in the National Park. There are many historic buildings in the National Park which are of great value to both the landscape and cultural heritage. It is important that they are managed in a way which better preserves or enhances their significance working with owners, agents and other specialists. We are looking for an enthusiastic and skilled person with a passion for heritage, landscapes and people to join the team – we look forward to hearing from you!

If you want to have an informal discussion about this role, please contact Maria-Elena Calderón Building Conservation Officer on 01439 772544 or email m.calderon@northyorkmoors.org.uk

Function
Building Conservation
Status
Part Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
22


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