BirdWatch Ireland may be in a position to recruit for various seasonal posts for the 2020 breeding season (all subject to successful tender bids and/ or confirmation of funding).

This panel has a life-span of 12 months from the date of your submission. Job Summary: BirdWatch Ireland are seeking a part time MPA Officer, to lead the development of Marine Protected Area (MPA) management plans with the maritime stakeholders in Ireland, including managing data relevant to the plan. The roles will involve carrying out agreed programmes of bird surveys, habitat management, research work and / or species recovery work, alone or as part of a small team.

These tasks may be a combination of field and/or office-based work, ranging from ongoing projects which are carried out by BirdWatch Ireland from year to year, to one off tasks requiring just a few days input.
BirdWatch Ireland and RSPB Northern Ireland are seeking a Conservation Action Plan (CAP) Officer for a 20 month period, to complete a Conservation Action Plan for the Dunragh Loughs/ Pettigo Plateau SAC in … Cooperation Across Borders for Biodiversity (CABB) is a €4.9m project that will be delivered across Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and the west coast of Scotland. CABB is an Interreg VA project funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the Government in Ireland and the Northern Ireland … Key Activities Research and Surveys Education Site Protection and Land Management Lobbying and Advocacy For more Information: Click on the Full Job Description button. Jobs Work with Ireland's largest conservation charity BirdWatch Ireland frequently looks for volunteers for a range of tasks. Welcome to BirdWatch Ireland, the largest independent conservation organisation in Ireland. Business Supporter

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Closing date for applications: Noon on Friday 15th February 2019 How to apply: Click the Apply button to download and complete a BirdWatch Ireland application form. Jobs BirdWatch Ireland may be in a position to recruit for various seasonal posts for the 2019 breeding season (all subject to successful tender bids and/or confirmation of funding). The details you provide will be held in confidence by BirdWatch Ireland. Mission of the organisation To Protect and Study Birds and their Habitat.
How to apply: Click the Apply button to download and complete a BirdWatch Ireland application form. You may be contacted by a staff member of BirdWatch Ireland should your skills match the requirements of any upcoming projects or new posts.

Salary : The salary for these paid posts is circa €20,800 pro rata; it may be higher for senior fieldwork positions.