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Technical Analyst

The Rivers Trust is a leading environmental charity and the umbrella body of The Rivers Trust movement. Our vision is for wild, healthy, natural rivers, valued by all. We are at a critical point in our history as we expand to deliver projects to protect and replenish this critical part of the natural environment, and our research and expertise is now needed more urgently than ever as water supply and quality move up the public agenda. We are looking to recruit an environmental professional with experience and a passion for the role of non-governmental organisations in improving the environment. You will become part of our 11 strong Data & Evidence Team and provide technical support and knowledge-sharing solutions. You will gain key technical skill sets, through on the job training, which are in high demand. The skills you develop, and work you deliver, will facilitate the use of data and evidence for integrated catchment management in the UK, Ireland and Europe. The role includes taking responsibility for providing technical support for the EU Project Preventing Plastic Pollution, developing data portals for partners with support from the senior technical team, and providing GIS support for Catchment Based Approach and Nature Recovery Network partnerships. Candidates will need to have the ability and interest in the use, and understand, of key environmental/​biodiversity datasets, and experience of ArcGIS Online (ESRi). We are also interested in hearing from anyone with skills in ArcGIS Desktop and Pro, Q‑GIS, catchment management, environmental modelling, programming (PYTHON or R), research experience and/​or water quality or flow monitoring and data management. None of these are essential, and a successful applicant would be supported in developing any of these. We welcome applications from people from all groups and communities. These are full-time remote roles with scope to work flexible hours, and you could be based anywhere in the country. We are also happy to receive applications for part-time work and secondments – please state this in any application. You can find out more about the work we do on our website and in our most recent annual review A full job description is available to download below, together with an application form and equal opportunities monitoring form. Please note that we cannot accept CVs without an application form. To apply, please complete the forms and send with a covering letter to [email protected]​theriverstrust.​org If, after reading the job description, you have any questions about the role or about making an application, please contact david.​[email protected]​theriverstrust.​org in the first instance. Closing date: Sunday 2nd October 2022

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Catchment Officer — River Mole

Are you a natural leader and communicator with a passion for the water environment? Come and join our friendly team at the South East Rivers Trust (SERT) working to achieve healthy river ecosystems for all across the South East of England. SERT is looking for an enthusiastic and organised communicator to bring stakeholders and the community together to work on improving the health of the water environment in the river Mole catchment, and to manage the ambitious Caring for Crawley’s Rivers’ project in the upper catchment. The role is at the heart of achieving our vision by bringing together stakeholders and members of the community to take a catchment based approach in understanding their local river. We identify issues that are impacting rivers and catchments, and work together to find and implement solutions that will improve the health of the water environment. You will coordinate the Mole Catchment Partnership and manage a large restoration project, whilst also developing future projects in the catchment. The role will also support the wider SERT Team, to implement nature-based solutions to tackle the issues in the river catchment. The South East Rivers Trust is a member of the national Rivers Trust, a movement which is comprised of over 60 local trusts, who concentrate their efforts on practical environmental enhancement works on the ground. The Trust’s core values are central to all we strive to achieve, including bringing positive energy, expertise and specialist knowledge to develop good relationships and to deliver to a high standard making a real difference to rivers and their catchment areas. To Apply Please email the following to [email protected]​southeastriverstrust.​org: a completed Application Form for the relevant job role that you are applying fora completed Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form The deadline for applications is Sunday 2nd October, 10pm with interviews taking place on Wednesday 19th, Thursday 20th and Friday 21st October 2022 (provisional dates) via Zoom. Please get in touch if you are unable to make these dates. If you would like to discuss the position please email [email protected]​southeastriverstrust.​org, with your enquiry and we will arrange to call you back.

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Catchment Officer — Wey, Darent and Cray

Are you a natural leader and communicator with a passion for the water environment? Come and join our friendly team at the South East Rivers Trust (SERT) working to achieve healthy river ecosystems for all across the South East of England. SERT is looking for an enthusiastic and organised communicator to bring stakeholders and the community together to work on improving the health of the water environment in River Wey and River Darent & Cray catchments and work up Habitat Restoration and Ecological Connectivity Strategies for the River Darent. The role is at the heart of achieving our vision by bringing together stakeholders and members of the community to take a catchment based approach in understanding their local river. We identify issues that are impacting rivers and catchments, and work together to find and implement solutions that will improve the health of the water environment. You will coordinate the Darent and Cray and co-host the River Wey Catchment Partnerships and deliver strategies to address habitat degradation and ecological connectivity in the chalk stream River Darent catchment. The role will also support the wider SERT Team, to implement nature-based solutions to tackle the issues in the river catchment. The South East Rivers Trust is a member of the national Rivers Trust, a movement which is comprised of over 60 local trusts, who concentrate their efforts on practical environmental enhancement works on the ground. The Trust’s core values are central to all we strive to achieve, including bringing positive energy, expertise and specialist knowledge to develop good relationships and to deliver to a high standard making a real difference to rivers and their catchment areas. To Apply Please email the following to [email protected]​southeastriverstrust.​org: a completed Application Form for the relevant job role that you are applying fora completed Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form The deadline for applications is Sunday 2nd October, 10pm with interviews taking place on Wednesday 19th, Thursday 20th and Friday 21st October 2022 (provisional dates) via Zoom. Please get in touch if you are unable to make these dates. If you would like to discuss the position please email [email protected]​southeastriverstrust.​org, with your enquiry and we will arrange to call you back.

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