The BBO Management Committee seeks a Warden or Wardens to manage the facility from January 2022, for a minimum of 12 months and preferably longer. The position is available for a single person or (preferably) a couple.

Wardens live and work on site at the BBO. Applicants need to be able to coordinate a small team who undertake a broad range of duties, ensuring that guests experience the best visit possible while research and education goals are met. The role is hands-on and best suited to highly motivated self-starters, perhaps with previous experience in the hospitality and ecotourism industry. Passion for birds and the environment is essential. Hours can vary according to guest numbers, seasonal periods, and scheduling of tours and courses, and Wardens must m

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