We are currently looking for a dynamic individual to join our friendly and well-established ecological consultancy team as an Ecologist, in a permanent and full-time capacity.
Nurture Ecology is a busy consultancy based in Jersey and we provide a broad range of ecological services focusing on the protection of wildlife and habitats within the Channel Islands.
We are currently looking for a dynamic individual to join our friendly and well-established ecological consultancy team as a senior ecologist, in a permanent and full time capacity.
Nurture Ecology is a busy consultancy based in Jersey, which presently comprises of 12 employees. We provide a broad range of ecological services focusing on the protection of wildlife and habitats within the Channel Islands.
After graduating with a BSc in Zoology and a MSc in Island Biodiversity and Conservation, I wanted to put what I had learned on paper into practice! A career in ecological consultancy was not something I had considered before, but upon seeing Nurture’s job advert, I was intrigued...
*Space now filled*
An exciting position has become available for a manger of our busy and growing habitat management team. If you are a strong leader with excellent organisational skills and in depth knowledge about local ecology and habitat management, we would love to hear from you!
Autumn colours remind us that things will start winding down soon from what has been our busiest summer season yet.
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After years of providing specialist natural habitat management alongside ecological consultancy, we have formalised our land management business area.
Meet ‘Nurture Habitats’
It all started with a loan for a chainsaw, a big dream belonging to Paul and a huge amount of enthusiasm!
This position is now filled, but please register interest with us for future vacancies! Email email@example.com
We undertake a huge variety of land management services for private and public landowners who want to improve the wildlife and amenity value of their land....
A team of BNP Paribas volunteers undertook important habitat management at Les Blanches Banques (sand dune) nature reserve in St Ouen’s Bay on the 22nd May and 5th June. First Tower School came down too to give a helping hand!
Hedgerows make great wildlife corridors, which allow wildlife to disperse throughout the countryside. Hedgerows are particularly important for bats, which not only use them for foraging but as a linear corridors between their roosts and nearby foraging, roosting or mating sites.