Great job opportunity for 18-24 year old from Clackmannanshire

The Forth Rivers Trust are seeking to recruit a Project Support Officer, to support the trust’s work. The candidate will need to be aged 18 – 24, live in Clackmannanshire and not be currently participating in employment or education such as college or university.

The successful candidate will be working with with Forth Rivers Trust Project Officers in conjunction with Clackmannanshire Council’s Flood Risk Team.

Anticipated that the early part of this year will be home working, as restrictions ease it will be a blended model of home working, office-based work and field work with a particular emphasis on working outdoors.

Locations for this role vary will include communities across Clackmannanshire. It will also include work around the Forth Catchment such as Lothian, Stirlingshire and South Perthshire.

This role will provide experience and personal development within the following areas:

  • Environmental Restoration
  • Climate Change
  • Ecological Surveying
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Land Management/ Natural Flood Management
  • Using relevant software and IT packages, including ArcGIS, Microsoft packages, etc

Salary           £17,290 per annum plus pension contribution

Hours           35 hours per week (part time or flexible working available)

Contract:      Until 31st March 2022, extension of contract subject to the confirmation of additional funding

Details of how to apply are here, note the closing date for applications is Monday 14th March 2021, Midnight

[word document]:   Forth RT – Project Support Officer (Clacks Council) 

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It is a fantastic opportunity to begin a career in environmental or fishery management

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