1. Landscape Partnership Scheme trainee
A rare opportunity to get experience of a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Landscape Partnership Scheme at the Development Stage.
The Chilterns Conservation Board was awarded a development grant of £185,600 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Landscape Partnership Scheme in November 2016. In early 2017, the Board appointed a project team to work with the partnership on the plans for Chalk, Cherries and Chairs. For more information on the Landscape Partnership Scheme please click here.
The trainee post is to support the development of the HLF Stage 2 application. The primary duty is to assist with the development of a range of projects under the main themes of the scheme: Natural, Historical and Cultural Heritage. There will be some flexibility for the trainee to choose to either get a broad experience or focus on a particular area of interest.
The trainee will be based primarily at the Chilterns Conservation Board and will be expected to work closely with the development team. The trainee will also spend time working in partner organisations, to get experience of different types of organisations.
The deadline for applications for this role is 5pm on Monday 21st August.
We currently have the following voluntary positions open at the Conservation Board:
1. Volunteer Communications and Media Assistant
If you have an interest in communications, website management, social media and graphic design, this is your chance to play a crucial role at the heart of our busy office, helping to deliver high quality communications to raise the profile of the AONB. For more information and how to apply please follow this link.
2. Volunteer Funding Research Assistant
This important volunteer role will help identify, evaluate and track fundraising opportunities, whilst maintaining research records and developing a database of supporters. If you have an analytical, methodical mind and enjoy research, this could be for you! For more information and how to apply please follow this link.
3. Chilterns Walking Festival, Admin Assistant (with opportunity to develop)
The first Chilterns Walking Festival took place in May 2017 with a programme of 90 walks and events and great publicity. We now wish to build on this success and continue developing the festivals (two per year in May and September). We are looking for some volunteer help to support our Walking Festival Project Officer, for a few hours a week, ranging from administration to more challenging tasks with a chance to be creative. Even if you can only offer a couple of hours a week we would be interested to hear from you! A job desciption is available here. For further details please contact email@example.com
4. Photo library project assistant
We are looking for a volunteer to help us edit and organise our image library! We have lots of great images but the system needs organising to make the most of it. This might be a good summer project for a student looking for work experience or an ongoing project for someone with an interest in photography. If you can offer time over the summer, or one or two hours a week, we would love to hear from you. A job description is available here. For further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For other volunteering opportunities, click here.