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The FSC is looking for Project Officer to join our FSC BioLinks project team. This post will involve coordinating our South East volunteer training programme and delivering a range of recording project activities across London and the surrounding area. The successful candidate will also be an important member of our virtual training team, and develop and deliver online training courses through the FSC virtual learning platform.
This is an ideal opportunity for somebody wishing to develop a career in the biodiversity training and biological recording sectors and to join an established and respected national project.
FSC Biolinks Project Officer (South East)
Salary: £23,045 – £26,300 per annum
Location: Shrewsbury (Base Negotiable)
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Duration – Fixed Term until 31st January 2023
This is an externally funded post (National Lottery Heritage Fund)
Effective nature conservation decisions depend on the availability of good quality and robust information. Current trends are measured in biological records. FSC BioLinks is creating more records with increased accuracy and focuses on those species that are currently data deficient. As a result of stronger data sets the natural heritage will be better managed, heritage will be more accurately recorded, and a community of volunteers will grow stronger.
Over 2000 volunteers will be involved, bringing together a number of dispersed volunteers, with skills in biological recording and biological identification, and new volunteers. Success will achieve accessible learning outcomes for target audiences by developing/upscaling structured learning pathways.
- Working under the direction of the FSC BioLinks Project Manager to produce, manage and deliver engagement and training courses and learning pathways through FSC’s online learning platform (Moodle), at FSC centres, and other learning spaces.
- Contributing to the design and implementation of marketing plans to attract and retain learners.
- Contributing to developing and maintaining training standards for tutors and links with national learning frameworks.
- Achieving excellent working relationships with FSC team members, including other engagement staff,
co-ordinators, centres, marketing, human resources, finance, publications, and Eco Skills.
For the full Job Description please click here – https://www.field-studies-council.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Project-Officer-South-East-VP-FINAL.pdf
To be successful in this role you should demonstrate:
- A positive and passionate work attitude
- A desire to show pride in all aspects of their work
- A flexible approach with a willingness to adapt to changes
- An ability to work using your own initiative both independently and as a competent, effective team member
- An ability to work under pressure and prioritise work to meet tight deadlines
- Always treating others with courtesy, dignity and respect
- A commitment and contribution to improving FSC’s environmental performance
- A committed and proactive approach to personal development; motivated to learn new skills and overcome new challenges
If you are interested in joining an internationally respected organisation where there are brilliant opportunities for informal and formal self-development, training, and learning and where you will be using your passion for Biodiversity and Biological recording to enthuse volunteers and contribute to protecting our heritage please apply via this link – https://www.field-studies-council.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Project-Officer-South-East-VP-FINAL.pdf by 12 noon on Thursday 26th November 2020.
Interviews will be scheduled between the 7th and 10th December 2020, with shortlisted applicants being contacted by telephone and/or email.