Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels is about to embark on a new phase: the Developing Community Action project will see us put a great deal more effort and resource into engaging with our volunteer networks over the next 5 years.
In advance of our announcement of the start of this new phase, we are recruiting for five additional staff to support this increased activity: a new Conservation Officer for South West Scotland, a Communications and Engagement Officer, a Community Engagement Officer for South Scotland, a full-time Data Officer and an Administrator.
At the same time we are advertising for a Maternity Cover for our Tayside Conservation Officer post.
If you are interested in any of these positions, please follow the link: https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/about-us/working-with-us/job-vacancies/
Saving Scotland's Red Squirrel went along to the recent Cross-Border Squirrel Symposium to encourage landowners to take action for Red Squirrels. The afternoon was full of fascinating talks and information, check out our partners, Scottish Land & Estates, review and links to the day below. … read more
Scotland's pine marten population continues to grow in numbers and expand in range. The popular press have picked up on the findings of some fantastic research carried out in Ireland that was published last year. Here Dr Emma Sheehy, explains more about what she found and what she is studying here in Scotland. Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels works closely with Dr Sheehy and we await her results from the current study. Read on to find out more. … read more