The Nevis Landscape Partnership (NLP) are looking to take on 4 x Trainee Volunteer Rangers for a 12-week training programme, starting 9th April 2018. This opportunity will allow motivated individuals seeking experience of the hands-on practice of conservation work and mountain tourism dynamics in a specific context. Key skills will be gained to build towards a career in this field.
The programme will consist of specific core training such as first aid and mountain awareness as well as habitat and monitoring training and relevant environmental based workshops. Work experience will be gained in supporting NLP with their various projects along with the opportunity to network with and potentially support our partners such as Forestry Commission Scotland, John Muir Trust and Highlife Highland Rangers.
Please visit the link below for job description and application form.
Nevis Partnership are delighted to launch our new website and keep everyone updated with what we have been up to. Our biggest news to date has been the launch of Nevis Landscape Partnership (NLP) after years of planning and securing funding. Nevis Partnership along with four other environmental organisations with a special connection to the Nevis area have joined together to form the NLP, an environmental charity with an ambitious programme of nineteen projects which began in 2014 and will conclude in 2019.
We are the host organisation of the Nevis Landscape Partnership, we employ the six staff who are delivering and managing the projects with help from the other four partner organisations.
The Nevis Partnership board continues to regularly meet to discuss issues and ongoing projects outwith our involvement with NLP however between now and 2019 our main happenings will be through our involvement in the exciting and ambitious projects of the Nevis Landscape Partnership.
Please check back regularly for Nevis Partnership updates.