Consultant Nick Button surveying a pond
Worcestershire Wildlife Consultancy provides an independent professional ecological service, operating throughout the UK but predominantly within the Midlands region, encompassing all disciplines of ecology, conservation and biodiversity.
We offer a competitive pragmatic service that includes ecological and arboricultural surveys and assessments, mitigation schemes, environmental planning and management to individual clients, the business and development sector, local authorities, public utilities and non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
Worcestershire Wildlife Consultancy has been the trading arm of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust since 1988, providing a wealth of experience to the environmental and ecological sector. All profits of the Consultancy are donated to the Trust and used to support its conservation work throughout the county.
Our professional staff are trained to a high level of expertise and are all full members of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (IEEM).
For more information visit www.worcestershirewildlifeconsultancy.org
To discuss your requirements contact the Consultancy Manager Edward Leszczynski on 01905 754909 or email email@example.com
LEMUR+ - Trainee position
Worcestershire Wildlife Consultancy (WWC) is providing a new and innovative 9 month ecological training bursary for an enthusiastic and passionate individual. The trainee position will be for an ecological consultancy assistant suitable for a graduate.
The post will provide the trainee the opportunity to develop specific skills in ecological and wildlife survey work and the use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) using Mapinfo 12.5. WWC undertakes a range of ecological projects for a wide variety of clients including private individuals, public bodies, non-governmental organisations such as Wildlife Trusts, development
companies and utilities.
The placement will work with the various consultancy team members, assisting
them in undertaking habitat and protected species surveys throughout the Midlands but predominantly in Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Warwickshire. To help you do this for us you will need to attend a number of training events run by the LEMUR+ project lead organisatins.
For more information and details on how to apply visit the LEMUR+ website.