Today’s guest blog comes from RSPB North Buck’s Local Group, who are currently recruiting for a number of roles. Read on for all the details.
*RSPB North Bucks Local Group Leader
This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of the RSPB’s work to save nature in your local community.
The North Bucks Local Group is a very active group and has lots to offer. From guided wildlife walks to engaging indoor meetings to nature-based activities in partnership with other local organisations- there’s always something to get involved with.
It’s a chance to try new things and use your skills to make a valuable contribution to the work of the RSPB North Bucks Local Group. You don’t need to be a bird expert, but you will need good organisational skills and be a people person who knows how to lead and listen.
To find out more please follow the link-
*RSPB North Bucks Local Group Website Editor
North Bucks Local Group is the voice of the RSPB in the local community, helping to support our work to save nature. We are looking for someone to help edit the group’s website and keep it up to date with news of our upcoming events and blogs on our activities.
The website is based on the WordPress platform. This volunteer role can be done from home although it is good if volunteers can meet up with the rest of the group and take part in our activities.
If you have web editing skills and would like to help nature in your local community, then please get in touch.
*RSPB North Bucks Local Group Walk Leader
RSPB North Bucks Local Group would like a volunteer to help guide wildlife walks.
We are looking for someone who has good local birding and wildlife knowledge and is passionate about sharing this with others. Walks will be for everyone from beginners to seasoned birders.
The role involves being welcoming and inclusive to existing Local Group members and the wider community, leading walks as part of the group’s programme of events and ensuring that people have a fun, informative and safe experience.
The group will provide advice and support for the role as will an RSPB member of staff.
If you would like to help more people get involved with nature, please get in touch.