Erasmus+ Nature Conservation Traineeship UK

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Type Research internship
Assignment

The Ambios 12-week nature conservation experience provides you with the foundation skills required for a career in nature conservation along with a comprehensive insight into working in the sector. This 12 -week placement provides you with training based at Lower Sharpham Farm on the stunning Sharpham Estate, as well as across the South Devon landscape, understanding better the unique habitats and conservation pressures facing our native flora and fauna. Alongside the practical work, trainees also focus on one of our applied research projects, with the option to look at either Badger (Meles meles) population/TB Vaccination Deployment, Bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) longevity, spatial and temporal use of the farm by bat populations, bird survey data recording and analysis or using trail cameras for public engagement. Data from these projects can contribute to your degree modules.

Profile

Our experiences suggest that graduates looking for crucial experience, career changers who are looking for a way into working in the nature conservation sector or those who are inspired by the natural world and want to broaden their horizons benefit from these placements; whether you are aiming to be the next Director of the country Wildlife Trust or the Environment Minister; a teacher, support worker, countryside ranger or researcher; tree surgeon, biologist, consultant or farmer this experience will set you on your way.

Preference for bachelor or master student No preference
Study
Field Earth Sciences / Physical Geography
Starts July
Length 12weeks
Location Lower Sharpham Farm, Totnes, Devon TQ9 7DX UK
Language English
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Application procedure

Download application form via http://www.ambios.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/12-week-training-placement-Application-Form-1.pdf and send to jackskuse@ambios.net

Ambios Ltd

Lower Sharpham Farm, Totnes, Devon UK
TQ9 7DX Totnes

Contact
Simon Roper

Contact Faculty of Geosciences
Erika Dijksma