Job purpose: As Kent Wildlife Trust strive to deliver a Wilder Kent the need for robust ecological data is essential in evidencing our conservation decisions and to influence the decisions of others which have the potential to affect the natural environment. At a time when conservation thinking is changing, Kent Wildlife Trust is establishing new ideas and concepts around less prescriptive and intensive management of ecosystems and component habitats, leading to more ecological systems based approaches, focussed on the restoration of natural processes to tackle a range of natural, societal and economic challenges. These approaches are most visible in the re-wilding movement, advocating more extensive management of broad mosaics of habi

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