High Weald

We currently have the following job vacancies.

Land Management Project Officer

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who can work with the landowners across the High Weald AONB to develop and implement high quality projects that conserve and enhance the special features of the area's medieval landscape; its ancient woods, wildlife-rich boundaries, meadows, heaths and wetland.

The postholder will play a leading role in using a range of funding sources to make projects happen and in addition to a passion for the countryside will need to have an empathy with landowners, good project management skills, a knowledge of relevant grant-aid and practical experience of developing, costing and delivering land management projects including working with contractors.

For an informal discussion, please contact Gerry Sherwin 01424 723014
Further information and to apply www.accesseastsussex.org/job Job reference CET02174.

Location: Flimwell on the Kent/Sussex border

Working pattern: 37 hours per week, but part time (including term time working), job share and secondment applications will be considered
Closing date: Sunday 18 June 2017

We are a friendly, welcoming team keen to provide opportunities for students and others to experience our day-to-day work, taking on specific projects where possible.

We are also seeking: 

Welly Walk assistants

Over 40 schools in the High Weald have developed circular walks or 'Welly Walks' from their school gate and we have a list of schools who would like a walk developed! We would value volunteers who would be able to:

  • Check our walk directions and take pictures for the school's Welly Walk leaflets
  • Help our Education Officer take school classes out on their Welly Walk assisting with running curriculum-linked activities that also promote understanding of the High Weald's special features.

If you are interested in this role please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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