We are looking for three experienced dog handlers and trainers, ideally with mudslide tracking and/or trapping experience and an interest in conservation to join the existing, 20-strong Orkney Native Wildlife Project team. You will be supplied with trained stoat detection dogs and will be responsible for their welfare, but you will be compensated for their care and maintenance. The purpose of these roles is to support the stoat eradication operation and bio-security activities across the Orkney Islands and at ports on mainland Scotland, including advocacy/media work as required. You will need to be physically fit and have strong attention to detail and persistence when looking for stoat signs in the field. Ideally, we are looking for people that have experience in working with dogs in a bi

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