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Vacancies at our bird of prey visitor attraction

There are all sorts of roles in our team, from conservation and bird care to catering and administration. Our team is made up of a core of permanent staff, seasonal staff, volunteers and work experience students.

The Hawk Conservancy Trust has enjoyed considerable success over the last 53 years, as an award-winning visitor attraction and conservation charity dedicated to the conservation of birds of prey. We are fortunate to be situated on a stunning 22-acre park with a range of facilities, including three flying arenas. Our reputation for a warm welcome, passion for our birds and dedication to our visitors is central to our success and has led us to become highly ranked in England according to TripAdvisor.

Current vacancies:

Accounts Assistant

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Accounts Assistant with the Hawk Conservancy Trust, working with the Finance Manager and as part of an established, enthusiastic and friendly team. Your role will be to ensure the high standard of the Trust’s customer service is sustained throughout all communications with visitors, partners, suppliers and the general public.

Responsible to: Finance Manager

Responsible for: Bookkeeping

Hours: Part-time, 15 hours per week. Some evening hours may be required for a few events. Initially a 1-year contract.

Salary: Up to £10,000

View the full Job Description and Person Specification

To apply, please submit a CV together with a covering letter, noting the role for which you are applying, to hr@hawkconservancy.org or by post to Human Resources, Hawk Conservancy Trust, Sarson Lane, Weyhill, Andover, Hampshire, SP11 8DY.

Closing date for applications: Saturday 20 March 2021

Work experience
A number of opportunities are available for students (aged 16 or over) seeking work experience. Applications should be made 8 – 10 months in advance and should be for a minimum of 2 weeks.
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Tawny Owls are the only owl in the world that make the renowned ‘Twiiit-twhooo’ sound!
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