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  • Salary £14,625 - £15,213 per annum pro rata
  • Organisation Environmental
  • Job Type Part Time, Permanent

Reference number: A5410118

Location: Newport Wetlands

Would you like to work in stunning surroundings for one of the UKs leading environmental charities, then come and join our highly motivated and enthusiastic team at Newport Wetlands and help to deliver an exemplar customer experience whilst maximising financial and moral support for the RSPB.
You will be based at the Visitor Centre on the Newport Wetlands National Nature Reserve helping to manage the overall visitor experience from arrival to departure whilst enthusing and inspiring the public.
Assisting in all areas of the visitor experience, you will be enthusiastic, have excellent customer care skills and some experience in a visitor focused environment.
Flexibility is essential, as you will work on a rota, which includes weekends and Bank Holidays. You will enjoy an excellent working environment based at this beautiful nature reserve.

Salary starting at

£14,625 – £15,213 per annum pro rata

Hours & contract information

Hours: Part time, 22.5 hours per week – these hours will be variable
Contract: Permanent

Closing date: 23 February 2018
Interview date: 13 March 2018

How to apply

Our role profile describes the key result areas and skills and experience needed for the role. Please make sure you include reference number A5410118 on your application.

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Who to contact

For questions about this post
Helen Gottschalk
01633 636363

Send application details to
Steve Jones
The RSPB, Newport Wetlands, Newport Wetlands Environmental Education and Visitor Centre, West Nash Road, Nash, Newport, NP18 2BZ, 01633 636355


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