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Job Title - Hope for Children and their Families - Monitoring & Information Administrator

  • Job Type - Part time 20 - 25 hours per week
  • Location - Bromyard
  • Salary - £15,800.00 (fte)

Hope for Children & their Families is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual with the following experience:

  • Database administration
  • IT access and control
  • Spreadsheets and monitoring and reports
  • Social media and website administration
  • Excellent Microsoft office skills

You will be someone who enjoys working with IT and systems and likes working with people

For more information and an application form and full job description please contact the HR Dept on 01885 488495 or

All candidates will be subject to advanced DBS clearance and satisfactory references.

Job Title - Herefordshire Wildlife Trust - Engagement Officer, Queenswod & Bodenham Lake

  • Location - Queenswood Country Park and Arboretum, Dinmore Hill, Nr. Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0PY
  • Salary - Salary: £20,831 - £23,519 subject to experience (plus pension)

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Herefordshire Wildlife Trust is seeking a dynamic engagement officer for the Queenswood and Bodenham Lake partnership, to lead on the development and delivery of an exciting programme of events and activities to connect all ages to nature at Queenswood Country Park and Arboretum, and Bodenham Lake nature reserve. The role will be employed by Herefordshire Wildlife Trust (HWT), with responsibility for delivery on behalf the Queenwood & Bodenham Partnership between HWT and local co-operative New Leaf Sustainable Development Ltd.

Essential requirements are: a love of the outdoors and a passion for UK wildlife and natural heritage; understanding of, and support for, the principles of sustainable development; demonstrable experience of successful event management, two years minimum experience of nature play and environmental education; the ability to communicate effectively with, and relate to, people of all ages, capabilities and backgrounds; the availability to work outside standard office hours - especially at weekends and a full current driving licence.

As this post involves significant contact with children, employment will be subject to a successful Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check.

Please note that subject to appropriate experience we are open to applicants who would consider this role at reduced hours or as a job share employment contract.

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Closing date: Monday 17 July 2017