If you are passionate about wildlife and the environment,  working for a Wildlife Trust and helping take care of your local area is one of the most rewarding jobs there is.

See the details of any current job vacancies with the Wildlife Trust in Birmingham and the Black Country below, or with our partner Wildlife Trusts around the UK here.

For more conservation jobs see environmentjob.co.uk

  • Salary: Bursary £9,000 + Training budget £1,000

    Closing date: Mon, 25/06/2018

    Do you love wildlife and working outdoors? Are you practical and willing to learn new skills? Ever thought about a career in wildlife conservation?

  • Salary: £24,131.74 per annum

    Closing date: Mon, 09/07/2018

    Our vision is for Birmingham and the Black Country to have more wildlife, more wild places and more people with a strong connection to the natural world. Can you help The Wildlife Trust protect our most important wildlife sites and ensure green infrastructure is built-in to new developments? Enthusiastic about Birmingham & the Black Country and its rich landscape, you will have a sound knowledge of the planning system, the concept of landscape-scale nature conservation and the principles of ecology and nature conservation.

  • Location: Variable across the Birmingham and Black Country area

    Salary: £18,815 per annum pro rata (15 hours per week) Plus 10% commission on active members after 6 months Plus 2.5% commission on active members after 24 and 48 months

    Closing date: Fri, 20/07/2018

    The successful candidate does not necessarily need sales experience as a passion for nature and the ability to inspire others to become a member is key; members join us because they want to help to Protect Wildlife where they live for now and for the future generations.

  • Closing date: Tue, 31/07/2018

    Could you be a Trustee? Join our Board to help guide the Trust as we deliver our strategy to achieve more for wildlife.

  • Closing date: Wed, 31/10/2018

    This spring we are looking for friendly, independent and self-motivated people of all ages to work with us and encourage members of the public to join the Wildlife Trust.