Administration Assistant – Part Time
We are looking for an Administration Assistant to Job Share a full time role. Ideal hours of work will be 22.5 per week (Flexible – Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm) in conjunction with another employee.
The right candidate will have a friendly outgoing manner, the ability to work under pressure, be efficient, polite, flexible, well organised, have a good standard of literacy, numeracy, computer skills, Facebook and Twitter and be able to deal with a variety of tasks at the same time whilst keeping accurate records.
A knowledge of Access Databases, Excel, Word, Office 365 Email and Adobe InDesign would be an advantage but training can be given to the right person. A clean driving license would also be advantageous.
Hourly rate £8.87
Legacy Project Officer – Part Time
I day per week (7.5 hours)
This post is set up to run and maintain our Legacy Leaflet Project, it could be performed in conjunction with the part time Administration Assistant Post or by a different person. The post holder must be organised, methodical, computer literate, have a good telephone manner and be able to keep accurate records. Knowledge of the software stated above would be an advantage.
Hourly rate £8.87
Both posts to start as soon as possible.
Apply to Jackie@nullbarnowltrust.org.uk for an application form.
Vacancies in our Conservation Team don’t come up very often but we are always pleased to hear from anyone with a keen interest in Barn Owls seeking permanent employment in Barn Owl conservation. Here’s a brief outline of our ideal Assistant Conservation Officer applicant. Any conservation jobs will be posted here and on Environmentjob and the Countryside Jobs Service.
Volunteers are vital!
Weekly Volunteers generally come in 1 or 2 days a week, covering tasks such as aviary cleaning, car cleaning, woodwork, fieldwork, and grounds maintenance.
Monthly Volunteers join in with monthly conservation tasks in our nature reserve (The Lennon Legacy Project), or office admin. Conservation Days.
Special Task Volunteers who come in less often to help with things like newsletter mailings, demolition jobs, or helping out at events. We also have a list of ‘owl transport volunteers’ who we can call on if an injured owl needs collecting or taking to the vets.
We are currently on the look out for a professional architect, and a gifted cartoonist or illustrator, who could occasionally produce a drawing for us.
If you are interested in volunteering please do contact us telling us how much time you have available and what sort of things you’d like to do. We will then get in touch when we need you.
Here’s what our volunteers say:
“I collect and deliver injured owls taking them to and from the vets as required, and I also help in the office with things like mailings, packing sales goods, and odd things like wrapping lucky dip prizes. I’ve been an occasional volunteer for many years and enjoy the socialising as well as knowing that I’m doing something useful”. Margaret Rhodes.
“I come in for 1 or 2 days a week depending on my other commitments. I do all sorts of things including cleaning aviaries and cars, going out on fieldwork with the conservation team to navigate and carry ladders, working on the Trust’s land on conservation tasks and even helping out in the office when they need an extra pair of hands. It’s a great thing to do.” Kim Baker
Regular volunteers are a wonderful asset and their help is really appreciated. Having people we can call on to help out occasionally is also very important to us, especially to transport injured owls. If you are close enough you could help us with mailings – twice a year (spring and autumn), or come along on a conservation team day and help out with practical tasks on the Trust’s land – see our Events Diary for dates.
Wherever you live you could run a fundraising event like a coffee morning, a cheese and wine party, a jumble sale, or you could find homes for leaflet dispensers or donation boxes.
Our grateful thanks to all our volunteers – you really help to make a difference!