The Ancient Woodland Inventory in England is an essential reference tool that identifies woods that have been present for centuries and are our most important woodlands for their rich wildlife and cultural heritage. The successful applicants will be leading on updating the Inventory across three counties. One officer will focus on Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire, and the other on Cambridgeshire, working with The Wildlife Trust’s Monitoring and Research team. See the links on this page to download the job descriptions for each of the two roles and an application form. Please specify on the application form which role you are applying for or if you would like to be considered for both. The update will be achieved mostly through desk-based GIS analysis; comparing current data source

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