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  • Salary £14,625 - £15,213 p.a.
  • Organisation Environmental
  • Job Type Fixed Term, Full Time

Reference number: A3501117

Location: East Riding of Yorkshire

Are you looking for an exciting new challenge? 100,000 visitors come to our stunning Bempton Cliffs nature reserve every year to enjoy almost half a million seabirds. Thanks to the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund, we opened our brand new Seabird Centre to the public in 2015. The new centre acts as the hub for an exciting programme of education, events and interpretation.

As part of a dedicated team, you will need bags of enthusiasm and initiative to deliver the reserve’s events and activities as well as our learning programme. You will provide visitors young and old, with a memorable and inspiring visit to the reserve. This role will make a huge difference for wildlife, the environment and our visitors, by creating an appreciation for, and connection to, wildlife and nature. You’ll also be working with a large team of volunteers who will look to you for support throughout the contract. We are looking for someone with proven visitor engagement experience who is enthusiastic, organised and motivated. The post holder must be willing to work most weekends and Bank Holidays.


Starting at £14,625 to £15,213 per annum

Hours & contract information

Hours: Full time
Contract: 5 months

Closing date: 31 January 2018
Interview date: 23 February 2017

How to apply

You can find more information about the role in the downloads below. Please make sure you include reference number A3501117 on any correspondence.

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Application details

For questions about this post
Sarah Aitken
01262 422213

Send application details to
Kim Smales
The RSPB, Bempton Cliffs, Visitor Centre, Cliff Lane, Bempton, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO15 1JF, 01262 422206


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