Now hiring rangers for Romney Marsh


Are you looking for a life in the open air? Outgoing? Passionate about the environment and our flora and fauna? Then look no further – there are two jobs awaiting lucky applicants!

The Romney Marsh (RMCP) and White Cliffs Countryside Partnerships (WCCP) were created to care for the special landscapes and wildlife of the Dover, Folkestone and Hythe districts, and to enhance people’s enjoyment of them.

There are currently two vacancies, one for a trainee ranger, which will be partly based on Romney Marsh, and one for a Dungeness (part-time) ranger, which will be fully based on the Marsh.

Working alongside the Dungeness partnership officer, the successful applicant at Dungeness will be assisting with the day-to-day responsibilities of a warden over a large part of the national nature reserve, including visitor and some habitat works, as well as assisting with the management of other sites across the Romney Marsh.

The RMCP has been managing large parts of Dungeness National Nature Reserve for 25 years and Stephanie D’Argorne, Folkestone and Hythe partnership officer said: “These are two great opportunities for an outgoing and enthusiastic individual to contribute to the management of some of the most biodiverse nature reserves in Kent. Dungeness, receiving over half a million visitors a year, is a truly unique place to work. These jobs will be challenging but also rewarding.”

The Dungeness ranger information can be found here:

The trainee ranger details can be found here:

Image Credits: RMCP .

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