Volunteer Jobs

Sett Monitoring Volunteer

Where: Different locations around Scotland.

How much time: A minimum of two hours evey three months. More if possible.

Skills required: Moderate level of physical fitness and basic navigational skills.

Skills gained: Intimate knowledge of a particular clan of badgers and their sett.

 

If you would like more information, or to apply to become a Sett Monitoring Volunteer, contact us here


Events Team Volunteer

Where: Central Belt centered around Glasgow and Edinburgh.

How much time: A minimum of one afternoon or evening once a year. More if possible.

Skills required: Ability to deal with the public and work as part of a team.

Skills gained: How to set up and manage an event. Dealing with the public. Knowledge of badgers and the threats they face.

 

If you would like more information, or to apply to become an Events Team Volunteer, contact us here


Fund Raising Volunteer

Where: Home based

How much time: No set time.

Slills required: The ability to use email to contact organisations (charities and companies, not individuals) and seek sponsorship for our work.

Skills gained: The ability to understand and present a charity's work to outsiders and explain the benfits of involvement with it.

If you would like more information, or to apply to become a Fund Raising Volunteer, contact us here

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Contacts:

For issues related to badger crime, legislation, planning, mitigation, data searches and to log badger records:

Available between 09:00 and 17:00 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday ONLY

Species Protection Co-ordinator

T: 07866 844232

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For matters relating to our Badgers in the Landscape - Community Building for Wildlife project:

Project Officer

T: 07565 813401

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For training, web presence and general enquiries:

T: 07792 142446

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Sponsors:

Scottish Badgers (SCIO) Charity Number SCO34297.