We are seeking a self-motivated individual to lead the conservation work of the RSPB across the 7 counties of the West Midlands. Do you have the relevant ecological knowledge and extensive experience of working in partnership, to deliver what nature needs? This role is full time, and home-based although you will be expected to attend occasional face-to-face meetings across the West Midlands area. You will be responsible for managing the continuation of decades of partnership work developed by the RSPB for the benefit of species such as Curlew in the South West Peak, Nightjar on Cannock Chase and Hawfinch in the Forest of Dean, amongst many other charismatic species and exciting landscape scale projects, both now and in the future. You must be self-sufficient yet able to work in a tea

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