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Issue 40 April 2004

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Temp until March 31st 2005
(With possibility of extension subject to funding)

Sheffield City Council, Parks Woodlands & Countryside
SUG 4/5 (£16944-20469, pay award pending)
37hrs per week

Based within the Parks, Woodlands and Countryside Ranger Service, as part of the Burngreave Green Environment Programme (a Burngreave New Deal for Communities funded project in partnership with Sheffield Wildlife Trust).

The successful candidate will lead a small Ranger team enhancing and promoting the valuable green spaces of Burngreave for this culturally diverse community

Experience in team and lone working (including management of staff, trainees and volunteers), environmental education, community working, urban parks regeneration, practical conservation, patrolling, leading walks, talks and events, project management, partnership working and good communication skills at all levels are all essential elements of the post.

You should be able to demonstrate a flexible, dynamic approach with a strong commitment to working with disadvantaged groups and individuals, and experience of sustainable green space management.

Appropriate qualifications (including full driving licence) with at least one years’ relevant experience or a minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience is required.

The nature of the service requires regular evening, weekend and bank holiday working.

Due to the nature of the work this post is subject to a CRB check.

Informal inquiries (after receipt of application pack information) to
Jon Shorrocks on (0114) 2403578

Closing date: 3rd May 2004
Proposed interview date: 18th or 19th May 2005

Further details and an application form from:
DEL Personnel Section, 2-10 Carbrook Hall Road, Sheffield S9 2DB
Telephone (0114) 2735975

Sheffield City Council.  N.D.C. Burngreave.  Green City Action.  

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