Ecosulis is hiring an
Ecosulis specialise in technology-powered nature restoration for people, planet, and progress. We’re making rewilding commercially viable to accelerate the vision of a recoverable earth within our lifetime. Our experts advise and deliver landscape-scale habitat restoration projects across the UK, while our practical ecologists work in collaboration with many major contractors. We also have a teams of nature recovery and rewilding specialists delivering a variety of projects for landowners and corporates. Ecosulis has invested in cutting-edge technology, pioneering science-based nature-based consultancy and contracting for over 30 years.
We see a future where rewilding is not only a way to develop more space for wild nature or to benefit our health and wellbeing, but also a financially viable market. We see opportunity for everyone to add value, driving positive impact at a global scale. This is a story of what can be achieved, rather than what needs to be done.
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About the role:
We are looking for Assistant Ecologists to help us with the upcoming season. You will be a key member of the ecology team, assisting our Lead Ecologists with ecological surveys, analysing, and presenting data. This is an exciting opportunity at Ecosulis for someone to build on existing knowledge and skill sets, with potential career development opportunities.
Main responsibilities include:
Providing support to our ecology team.
Working across a diverse range of projects.
Assisting on a wide variety of ecological surveys including reptile translocation.
Capture, compilation, and submission of survey data
Report writing and data digitalisation.
This is an entry level position, so no previous experience is required – just a passion for the natural world and a desire to make a difference. You will get out in the field and have hands on experience, gaining an insight into the day-to-day life working for an ecological consultancy. You will also have the chance to further your knowledge about the different UK habitats and species.
You will ideally be highly organised and motivated, showing ambition and drive to start a career within the ecological sector. You will have the ability to work as part of a team, showing excellent attention to detail within your work. Strong communication and listening skills are also key.
You must have a full UK driving licence & use of own vehicle.
It would be desirable for you to also have:
Training for First Aid and CSCS can be provided by the company if needed.
How to apply:
To apply for the position please send your CV and covering letter to our Recruitment Manager
Our Commitment to Equality & Diversity:
Ecosulis is an equal opportunities employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
At Ecosulis we encourage applications from women, disabled and Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, as these groups are under-represented throughout our industry. Appointment will always however be made on merit and judged against the job description and person specification.