Trustee - Wildlife, Ecology and Nature Conservation

Trustee - Wildlife, Ecology and Nature Conservation

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St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
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Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust
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Could you become a Trustee? Could you use your expertise to help us to pursue our vision of a Wilder Hertfordshire and Middlesex?

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We are specifically looking for someone who has experience and knowledge in wildlife, ecology and nature conservation and can be a strong advocate for nature’s recovery. The Trustee will need to have a passion for the future of wildlife as well as the ability to think strategically.

As a Trustee you would join the Trust’s Council, which oversees our charity’s governance. Your main contact would be with the Chief Executive and Senior Management Team.

You will need to be able to attend quarterly Council meetings, the AGM, and would join our Nature Recovery Committee. You will have the opportunity to participate in site visits, meet with partner organisations and other Wildlife Trusts. Trustees can be appointed for up to three consecutive 3-year terms.

This is a voluntary role but all reasonable expenses properly incurred will be reimbursed.

If you’d like to help make a difference for wildlife in Herts and Middlesex as one of our Trustees, please contact Becky Vernon-Clinch for an information pack.

Closing date: 9am on Tuesday 19th April 2022

Interviews: Tuesday 26th 2022

Please visit our website for more information about the Trust.

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💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support

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About Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust

Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust works to create more space for nature and inspire and enable people to take action. With over 23,000 members and 600 volunteers, and working closely with farmers, local authorities, community and conservation organisations, we play a leading role in nature’s recovery.

The Trust believes that wildlife should be able to thrive alongside our everyday lives and that everyone benefits from having access to nature. If we work together as a community, nature will recover and we will create a greener, sustainable and wilder future.

As part of the national federation of 46 Wildlife Trusts, our influence is far-reaching and we play a vital role in standing up for wildlife.