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West Wales Walking for Wellbeing - Administration Support

Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Job Ref
Llwww18920
Location
Pembrokeshire, West Wales

West Wales Walking for Wellbeing - Administration Support

The West Wales Walking for Wellbeing project is managed by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority. We are seeking administrative support for the project, 1.5 days/week until the project is completed in March of 2022. The role will focus on the collation and reporting of data from project activity across West Wales. The project itself is Welsh Government funded and is seeking to set-up a network of 'walking for wellbeing' groups across West Wales.
You will:
? Collate data drawn from the West Wales Walking for Wellbeing participants and activity providers
? Input data onto Excel and similar spreadsheet software
? Generate reports from collated data for use in the monitoring and evaluation element of the project
? Communicate with other members of the West Wales Walking for Wellbeing team to generate and share reporting

About you:
• Excellent IT skills including experience of using Excel and other data inputting software
• Excellent written and oral communication with exceptional interpersonal skills
• Must be highly organized, with the ability to handle multiple tasks.
• Must be able to meet deadlines and be self-motivated and able to work independently.
• Effective team player

Salary and Benefits:
Basic salary of £19,312 to £19,698 pro rata depending upon experience; minimum 23 days pro rata holiday rising to 28 days pro rata, plus public holidays; Local Government Pension Scheme; and flexible working arrangements.

The position will be based at our Head Office in Pembroke Dock; the office is an 8 minute walk from the nearest train station. We have secure cycle parking facilities and ample car parking. We also operate a pool car scheme for site visits.

Closing Date 2/10/20

Function
Administration
Status
Part Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
11.2


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Corporate

Sustainable Development Fund Committee – Advisory Members

Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Job Ref
PCNPA/COMMITTEE/24/9/20
Location
Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Sustainable Development Fund Committee – Advisory Members
Invitation to apply

Would you like to help others to deliver practical, innovative projects, which contribute to decarbonisation and respond to the climate emergency? If so please consider bringing your knowledge and expertise to the Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) Committee.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s SDF supports projects that will reduce local carbon emissions in our environment and to respond to the climate emergency. This year £150,000 is available for projects.
Applications to the fund are assessed and decided upon by Authority Members who sit on the SDF Committee. The Committee which to recruit 2 Advisory Members, with relevant knowledge and skills in decarbonisation and finance, who can contribution to the decision making process.
If you are interested in serving as an Advisory Member with knowledge skills and experience in either decarbonisation or finance please submit a written expression of interest, detailing your credentials relevant to the position, by 2 October 2020.
This is not a remunerated position although reasonable travelling expenses may be recovered. If a large number of applications are received you may be required to attend for interview at the beginning of October. The next meeting of the SDF Committee is scheduled for 4 November 2020.
To find out more, visit http://www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/jobs or contact the sdf@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk on 01646 624800

Function
Corporate
Status
Part Time
Type
Permanent


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Wardens

Assistant Warden South (Seasonal)

Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Job Ref
PCNPA/SW/28/9/20
Location
Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Seasonal Assistant Wardens - Pembrokeshire
£9.62 per hour, full Time, temporary, November 2020 – March 2021

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy. Its stunning coastline offers safe, sandy beaches ideal for families, hundreds of miles of footpaths, as well as rugged cliffs and secluded rocky coves.

As part of our Winter 2020/21 program, we are now recruiting Seasonal Assistant Wardens to work outdoors in the National Park as part of a small team, helping to maintain the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and the wider path network, as well as a variety of National Park Authority owned and managed sites.

Duties and Responsibilities;
• The work mostly involves maintenance of rights of way furniture on the Coast Path and inland path network, including gates, steps, signs and path surfaces as required.
• Basic upkeep and servicing of tools and machinery used during the course of your daily work.
• Vegetation cutting using a variety of machinery including pedestrian flails, brush cutters and hedge trimmers.

Ideal candidates will;
• Have experience in practical countryside and conservation management tasks including installation of signage and access furniture such as gates, stiles, fences, hedge-banking etc.
• Have the ability to undertake basic servicing and repair of tools and equipment (useful but not essential).
• Hold certificates for the use of brush cutters, mowers and other relevant machinery (useful but not essential) as is a NVQ level 2 or equivalent in conservation or countryside management.
• Hold a full driving licence. The ability to tow trailers is desirable but not essential. Welsh language skills desirable but not essential.

Two positions are available to cover the following areas;
• North Area – reporting to Cilrhedyn, covering the Preseli Hills and the coast from Fishguard to St Dogmaels.

• South Area – reporting to Milton, covering the Daugleddau, Angle, Tenby through to Amroth.

All equipment, uniform, footwear and protective equipment is provided.

Closing Date: 11 October 2020

Function
Wardens
Status
Full Time
Type
Temporary Contract
Hours
37


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Assistant Warden North (Seasonal)

Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Job Ref
PCNPA/SW/28/9/20
Location
Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Seasonal Assistant Wardens - Pembrokeshire
£9.62 per hour, full Time, temporary, November 2020 – March 2021

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy. Its stunning coastline offers safe, sandy beaches ideal for families, hundreds of miles of footpaths, as well as rugged cliffs and secluded rocky coves.

As part of our Winter 2020/21 program, we are now recruiting Seasonal Assistant Wardens to work outdoors in the National Park as part of a small team, helping to maintain the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and the wider path network, as well as a variety of National Park Authority owned and managed sites.

Duties and Responsibilities;
• The work mostly involves maintenance of rights of way furniture on the Coast Path and inland path network, including gates, steps, signs and path surfaces as required.
• Basic upkeep and servicing of tools and machinery used during the course of your daily work.
• Vegetation cutting using a variety of machinery including pedestrian flails, brush cutters and hedge trimmers.

Ideal candidates will;
• Have experience in practical countryside and conservation management tasks including installation of signage and access furniture such as gates, stiles, fences, hedge-banking etc.
• Have the ability to undertake basic servicing and repair of tools and equipment (useful but not essential).
• Hold certificates for the use of brush cutters, mowers and other relevant machinery (useful but not essential) as is a NVQ level 2 or equivalent in conservation or countryside management.
• Hold a full driving licence. The ability to tow trailers is desirable but not essential. Welsh language skills desirable but not essential.

Two positions are available to cover the following areas;
• North Area – reporting to Cilrhedyn, covering the Preseli Hills and the coast from Fishguard to St Dogmaels.

• South Area – reporting to Milton, covering the Daugleddau, Angle, Tenby through to Amroth.

All equipment, uniform, footwear and protective equipment is provided.

Closing Date: 11 October 2020

Function
Wardens
Status
Full Time
Type
Temporary Contract
Hours
37


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North Area Warden

Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Job Ref
NW25920
Location
Pembrokeshire, West Wales

North Area Warden
Full Time – 37 hours per week

A position has arisen for a Warden in the North Pembrokeshire area. As a senior member of the Warden Team you are responsible for planning and carrying out safely, a wide range of practical maintenance and improvement work on the Coast Path, inland paths, NPA conservation and recreation sites.
Main Responsibilities:
Plan, prioritise and carry out an annual programme of maintenance and improvements to the Coast Path and public rights of way from a combination of your own knowledge and from path survey sheets.
Work with landowners, path users and local communities in the everyday management of public rights of way and maintain good relationships with them.
Maintain NPA sites ensuring that they are managed in accordance with agreed standards and are always well presented.
Implement a range of practical conservation tasks in accordance with the commissioning sheets provided by the Direction Team and work with the Direction Team to ensure high standards by liaising with landowners & graziers.
Supervise and monitor the work of Assistant Wardens, trainees and occasionally volunteers/work experience students, as well as contractors, ensuring that work carried out is effective, safe and good value for money. Ensure that NPA guidance on standards and safety is well understood and followed.
Ensure that work is appropriately risk assessed, and produce written risk assessment when necessary. Arrange materials, tools and equipment and identify needs for specialist machinery or support.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
Two years’ experience of practical countryside work including use of machinery such as brush cutters and mowers, installation of signage, access and boundary furniture such as gates, stiles, fences, hedge banks etc.
Experience of planning work and supervising staff to carry out practical tasks safely and to a high standard.
Possess a good working knowledge of health and safety principles and practice, and be able to write risk assessments as and when required.
Full driving licence, including trailer towing.
Experienced at towing trailers and 4x4 off road driving.
Salary and Benefits:
Basic salary between £20,493 to £21,748 (depending on qualifications and experience), minimum 23 days holiday, rising to 28 days, plus public holidays, local government pension scheme, flexible working arrangements.

Closing Date: 9/10/20

Function
Wardens
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent
Hours
37


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