When We Need You
From 15/07/2005 onwards
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has numerous volunteering opportunities around Scotland, including hands-on conservation work, administration, research, working with young people and with the public in SWT's visitor centres. The vital work of volunteers allows SWT to be a leading wildlife conservation organisation in Scotland through managing more than 120 reserves, campaigning for wildlife and promoting access to wildlife. To check the most up-to-date volunteering opportunities, please visit our website at www.swt.org.uk or telephone PeterGilbert on 0131 312 4732.
About Scottish Wildlife Trust
Protect Scotland's wildlife. Help others enjoy Scotland's wildlife. Campaign for wildlife. Manage 126 wildlife reserves throughout Scotland.
Skills & Experience
A sense of humour & an interest in wildlife (wildlife expertise not required). Access to email & a computer would be an advantage. In order to be a committee member volunteers need to be a full SWT member. However, non SWT members can still attend meetings and get involved.
Travel arrangements vary around the country.
Child protection policy will apply
Training and Induction Details
Support from other committee members
Limited out of pocket expenses available eg. for stationery
No Wheelchair Access
No Disabled Toilet
Frequency & Commitment
48 hours per Month. Minimum Commitment: 3 Month
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.
Opportunity Provided By
3 Kirk Cramond
Contact: Peter Gilbert
Tel: 0131 312 7765