GFT have a 6 month paid internship post available from early July 2022
VACANCY AT GALLOWAY FISHERIES TRUST
(SIX MONTH PAID INTERN POST)
An internship is available from early July until late December 2022 (26 weeks) to work with Galloway Fisheries Trust biologists on a range of projects.
Galloway Fisheries Trust is a conservation charity working on fish populations, their habitats and water quality across the freshwaters of Galloway. The successful applicant will be involved in delivering a range of research, conservation and community engagement projects.
Key items of work that the intern will assist with delivering include:
A ‘Galloway Glens’ project to enhance riparian and instream habitats on the Black Water of Dee
Fish survey work
Delivering their own fisheries project
Learning how to make freshwater habitats more resilient to climate change
Producing educational material for use in local schools
The candidate must be fit, motivated, hardworking and willing to work outdoors during all weather conditions. There may be a requirement to undertake some lone working from time to time. A full valid driving licence is essential. The position will be based at Newton Stewart.
This full time, fixed term intern post is a wonderful opportunity for a recent graduate with a conservation, fisheries or ecology degree to gain a range of valuable work experience. We will consider applications from any young person who can show that the internship would help develop or further their career in the Conservation Sector. It is a funding condition that the intern must be a young person aged up to (and including) 25 years old and local to Dumfries and Galloway.
Salary will be £360/week. Closing date for applications is 5:00pm on 15th June 2022.
Face to face interviews plan to be held on Monday 20th June 2022 in Newton Stewart.
To apply please send a CV and covering letter addressed to Jamie Ribbens at firstname.lastname@example.org or Fisheries House, Station Industrial Estate, Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire, DG8 6ND
This post is funded by The Holywood Trust and the Galloway Glens Landscape Partnership Scheme.