This new role is one of three created to deliver our ambition for wildlife and people. You will based at Carlton Marshes, which is the office, workshop and visitor hub for our activity in NE Suffolk. As Assistant Warden you will work as part of a team to ensure we develop and manage our reserves to meet our conservation goals. This will involve working with volunteers andEvery staff role has three key areas of focus to support our mission to bring nature back. Typically, you will spend 80% of your time on these:


Meeting conservation objectives

  • Carry out the habitat management activities set out in the agreed reserves management plans and/or agri-environment/woodland management agreements and as instructed by the Warden.
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