New Conservation Work Opportunities with the Society

Posted on November 30th, 2011 by Charles Boot


As part of the reorganisation of the Society’s conservation and planning work, we wish to appoint a part-time Deputy Conservation Officer for England.

The Deputy Conservation Officer will work in close association with the Principal Conservation Officer and the Conservation Casework Manager in planning casework.

The Deputy Conservation Officer will also be involved in developing and updating the Society’s generic conservation advice (known as Planning and Conservation Advice Notes), and will be closely involved in training and support for county gardens trusts and other local and national amenity societies who are undertaking conservation and planning work.

Details of this part-time post are available from the Society’s office, by emailing a request or if writing for details, please address to Administrator (address  below) and enclose an SAE.

Closing date: Friday 13th January 2012.

The Society’s offices are closed over the Christmas and New Year period.


We are also looking to appoint a panel of appropriately experienced and qualified Consultants upon whom the Society can call to deal with specific conservation cases. Consultants should be members of the Society, but Trustees are ineligible for this role. This freelance work would be undertaken on the basis of a standard inclusive case fee.

Download a .pdf version of the GHS Conservation Jobs advert

Expressions of interest in covering letter and c.v. may be lodged at any time.

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