Pollinator Warden, West Pembrokeshire


 Environmental
 Pembrokeshire, UK
 PollW
Full Time

  About the Job

Pollinator Warden, West Pembrokeshire
Full Time, 37 hours per week, 3 year contract

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy. Its stunning coastline offers safe, sandy beaches ideal for families, hundreds of miles of footpaths, as well as rugged cliffs and secluded rocky coves.

A unique and exciting opportunity and has arisen for a Pollinator Warden within the Countryside Management Team to co-ordinate and lead on the pilot Pollinator, Paths and People Project, which focuses on improving the management of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path for pollinators and invertebrates.

The pilot project focuses on the St Davids peninsula (between Newgale and Abereiddi). There will be frequent periods in the field, visiting sites within the pilot area and elsewhere within the National Park, utilising drop-in facilities and home working as suits.

The Pollinator Warden will hold responsibility for:

• Developing a methodology and mapping opportunities for pollinator management in the pilot area (using GIS), whilst developing and implementing a practical work programme to improve the way we manage the Coast Path for pollinators and other invertebrates. This involves trialling habitat management techniques and assessing their impact.
• Developing a pollinator plan for the National Park’s estate and rights of way network and proactively working with partner organisations, community groups, community representatives, landowners and the Third Sector to ensure ongoing positive public engagement with all aspects of the Pollinators, Paths and People Project.
• Providing support for existing coastal grazing projects through undertaking works to improve path and pollinator management in these areas.

The ideal candidate will have:

• Knowledge of ecology and habitat management, particularly relating to plants, invertebrates and pollinators and practical experience of habitat management including the use of machinery for vegetation control.
• Experience of writing reports and site management plans, particularly relating to biodiversity and experience of delivering training to a diverse range of staff.
• Experience and a track record of community engagement, working with landowners and community groups together with the ability to use IT in all aspects of your work, including GIS or computerised Job Management Systems.

Salary and Benefits:

Basic salary up to £21,116, a vehicle is provided to carry out the duties of this role, minimum 23 days holiday plus public holidays, local government pension scheme, flexible working arrangements, training and career development opportunities. The postholder will be based at the Authority’s Withybush Depot in Haverfordwest.

Closing Date: 28/05/19

  Job Summary

Job Title
Pollinator Warden, West Pembrokeshire

Closing Date
Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Date Posted
Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Reference Code
PollW

Location
Pembrokeshire, UK

Sector
Environmental

Job Description - Pollinator Warden  

Paths Pollinators and People  



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