21 hours, evenly distributed over 3, 4 or 5 days
£20,000 to £25,000 pro rata
By 17:00 Thursday 10 November 2016
|The Tree Council is the UK’s lead charity for trees, promoting their importance in a changing environment. It was founded as the national tree planting campaign that would follow up the success of Plant A Tree In ’73, encourage action for trees and run National Tree Week.
We are still working in partnership with communities, organisations and government to make trees matter to everyone. Our work has expanded and we are responsible for the annual Community Action Programme that includes Seed Gathering Season, National Tree Week and Walk in the Woods month, supporting the groups organising local events.
We also co-ordinate and manage our national volunteer Tree Warden Scheme, fundraise and distribute grants for planting trees, woodland wildflowers and bluebells, and hedges and work with our partners on an agenda for change that includes the Tree Care Campaign, the Green Monuments Campaign and the Hedge Tree Campaign.
Purpose of post:
1. To contribute to the effective operation of the organisation through the day-to-day provision of administrative support and related services, undertaking activities appropriate to the needs of the organisation
2. To provide assistance that reflects the priorities of the work programme
3. To establish and implement new procedures as necessary to ensure an exemplary standard of support and service
4. To support and add value to the work and effectiveness of the team and the promotion and delivery of The Tree Council’s objectives
Find the full job description, person specification and application for on the links below.
Please submit completed application form by 17:00 Thursday 10 November 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews will be held on the week commencing 14 November 2016
Volunteering with The Tree Council
We are always interested in hearing from prospective volunteers who might be interested in office-based volunteering to support our day-to-day operations and special projects. If you would be interested in volunteering with us in this context, please email email@example.com with some information about the type of opportunity you are seeking and any particular skills you would like to share.
|Part-time freelance with potential to grow into a full-time position||Apply here|
|Ecosia, “the search engine that plants trees”, is a pioneering social business and one of the first B Corporations in Europe. As part of our mission to cultivate a more environmentally, socially and economically sustainable world, we want to plant a billion native trees by 2020. Our 3 million users do 25 million searches every month and our small, dedicated team needs to grow!
About the opportunity:
We’re now looking for an Android Developer, who will be responsible for re-creating our Android App. You will be working part-time from our office in Berlin on a freelance basis with the potential to grow this role into a full time position.
You’ll be taking ownership of our Android application with tens of thousands of active users and lead our efforts on re-launching it You will write high-quality code and follow strong engineering standards. Help innovate and improve our product with your ideas and bring an industry-leading product with millions of users to Android smartphones around the world.
You will work closely with our product manager, UI/UX designers and backend engineers and continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development efficiency.
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Bangor, Northern Ireland
|Full Time Permanent
£30,000 pa plus pension, life assurance, 25 days holiday, company vehicle
14th August 2016
|The Woodland Trust is embarking on an ambitious 10 year vision which is aimed at ‘strengthening the role of woods and trees in our landscape and communities’ with a strong focus on the connection between people, woods and trees. Part of the vision includes a focus on developing a more localised approach to engaging with our members and the wider public through our woodlands and partnerships, providing great engagement opportunities and high quality visitor experiences which will attract large numbers of visitors to our sites and generate volunteering opportunities that add value to our work.
About the opportunity
This new role will join our Woodland Operations team in Northern Ireland , delivering the Trust’s communications, engagement and events programmes, onsite visitor experience and volunteering programmes, ensuring the region’s funded projects and partnership activity is communicated appropriately, and that engagement and volunteering opportunities are identified, planned and resourced.
You’ll be experienced in engaging communities through effective events and communications, and building relationships with partners. You must have previous line management experience and the ability to motivate a team to deliver programmes of work.
Regular travel will be required to our current major projects therefore a full driving licence is essential along with the ability to undertake travel across a wide area, sometimes to remote locations.
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