The Hawk Conservancy Trust has a small core team of professionals who are dedicated to the care, maintenance and management of the bird of prey collection, our conservation programmes (both in the UK and overseas), the 22 acre visitor attraction and the administration and operational functions.
Vacancies do arise from time to time, and we advise anyone interested in employment opportunities with the Hawk Conservancy Trust to check this page regularly.
There are no paid vacancies at the Trust at present
The Trust has approximately 150 people who have registered as volunteers and we rely on their dedication and varied skills to help with our work.
Volunteer work can cover all areas of our day-to-day operations, from grounds maintenance to horticulture, from basic husbandry to car parking, and from nest box building to back-office support.
Times are flexible and can be on a regular basis or just whenever you have a few hours or more to spare.
If you have feel that you could contribute to our conservation work or to the running of the visitor centre, and want to work with a friendly and knowledgeable team, then please contact Andy Hinton, Curator, at email@example.com.
Please note: all volunteers must be aged 16 years or over and are accepted subject to a successful Criminal Record Bureau (CRB) check, for which we ask for a contribution of £10.00 towards our costs.