Current volunteering opportunities

Volunteering opportunities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Broads Authority. Please see our current opportunities below:

Wild Watch Camera Volunteers

Wild Watch Deer

The Wild Watch project is part of the Water, Mills and Marshes Heritage Lottery Funded scheme and aims to help people reconnect with nature by recording wildlife in their own spaces using wildlife trail cameras. We require enthusiastic volunteers to help facilitate this exciting project by contacting local organisations, promoting the project, co-ordinating with loan centres and handling captured photos and footage. We are looking for individuals available from March 2018. The project runs for three years although we do not expect volunteers to commit for the entire duration of the project.

For further details about the role please read the Wild Watch Camera Volunteer Role Description.

To apply for this role please complete the online application.

The deadline for applications is midday on Wednesday 7 March. Informal interviews will be held in Norwich by arrangement between 8 and 16 March.

Successful applicants are asked to be available to attend training on Saturday 17 March, 08:30 – 16:30

If you wish to know more about the role please contact Ecologist Erica Murray on 07789 954147 or 01603756042 or Erica.Murray@broads-authority.gov.uk