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Vacancy for Invasive Species Co-ordinator with the River Dee Trust

There are two components to this post firstly working with an invasive non-native species Forum to facilitate and support co-ordinated action at a regional scale to survey and control invasive plant species. Secondly, working with the River Dee Trust to support the development and delivery of programmes to control invasive plants and American mink within the Dee, Don, Cowie and Carron catchments. Applications close Monday 7th of Jan 2019. See website for full details.

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Job Opportunity - Local Biodiversity Partnership Assistant

The James Hutton Institute are seeking a dynamic and self-motivated person to assist with the implementation and further development of the North East Scotland Local Biodiversity Action Plan, through the work of the Local Biodiversity Partnership. Click link below for more details.

Wildlife ID Training Bursaries

The annual bursaries to support attending a training course in natural history field studies are on offer for 2019. Application for the bursaries closes on 31st January 2019. For more details click the link below.

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