Bristol is serious about doubling its tree canopy cover. As part of this ambition, TreeBristol are looking to appoint three people who can work as part of a team and with partners to deliver the new Tree Pips project.
According to your skills and experience you will teach primary school aged children about trees, develop tree planting plans with communities, run tree planting events and / or lead our TreeBristol streets project.
Richard Ennion, Horticultural Service Manager for Bristol Parks, tells us:
‘I am very pleased to announce that the council is now advertising three TreeBristol jobs, with a closing date of the 28th August. As discussed at the Parks Forum meeting on the 29th June, these officers will be working with partners to deliver the new Tree Pips project, which is a Mayoral initiative and part of the European Green Capital programme.’
For information about these jobs and how to apply, please see the link below to the Council Find a Job websitsite:
Richard would be more than happy to talk with anyone who might be interested in these jobs, he also asks that you forward the details to anyone you think might be interested.
The Project Brief for the Tree Pips Project might be of interest whether or not you are applying for the job.
Find out more about TreeBristol at www.bristol.gov.uk/treebristol
Email Richard Ennion at firstname.lastname@example.org