Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts
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Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts Careers and Employment

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  • Founded
    1912
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
  • Link
    Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts website
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Finance Assistant in Radnorshire wildlife trust, Powys
on 7 October 2021
Finance assistant
This was by far the best job I have ever had and ever likely to have. Unfortunately I had to leave for a full time job offer. I loved my job for the 5 years there, the company, the people, everything excellent.No faults at all.
Grants Officer and Deputy Manager in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire
on 25 February 2020
Positive experience
Enjoyed my role. Sometimes a bit stressful but overall manageable. People were very hard working and easy to get on with. Management were fair even under pressure.
Office Administrator in Newark-on-Trent, ENG
on 29 July 2014
Productive workplace
Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts, Newark We stand up for, and look after, natural and wild places close to where people live. We manage more than 95,000ha of land, across about 2,300 individual locations, each shaped by its location and its relationship with the local people who value it. Every year, more than 7 million people visit our nature reserves, but we’re not just about land management. Every day we are working to help people from all walks of life discover and enjoy nature. We run over 11,000 events a year, helping more than 380,000 people connect with nature in their local patch. We work with about 5,200 schools and welcome people to more than 120 visitor centre’s. Through our work, we advise more than 5,300 landowners on how to manage over 200,000ha of land for wildlife. We are motivated by a personal emotional connection to the natural world. The 650 trustees, 40,000 volunteers, 800,000 members and 2,000+ staff of Wildlife Trusts across the UK value the natural world – and particularly its wildlife - and we believe there should be more of it. My colleagues are my customers and it is essential that I create a safe, effective and pleasant working environment for them.

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