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Being a member of the Cotswolds National Landscape team gives you the opportunity to contribute directly to the work we do looking after the Cotswolds. We work with a number of communities and organisations which work together to keep this unique and valuable area of England special. We want to make sure this is a positive, vibrant organisation committed to delivering our aims and objectives as efficiently and effectively as possible.

If you are innovative and enthusiastic, with a flexible ‘can do’ attitude, then keep checking this page for recruitment opportunities!


Glorious Cotswold Grasslands Programme Assistant

We are currently looking for a Programme Assistant to join our Glorious Cotswold Grasslands team.

Based on the successful track record of our Glorious Cotswold Grasslands programme, we are seeking a practical and hands-on person to support its continued development. Working across all aspects of the programme, the role-holder will gain valuable experience, as well as develop skills and knowledge in demand throughout the conservation sector. This role offers a a fantastic opportunity to directly contribute to nature recovery in the Cotswolds with the restoration of wildflower grasslands across this beautiful landscape.

  • Salary – £24,000-£26,500
  • Full-time, permanent
  • Pension – Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS)
  • Hybrid working is encouraged allowing the role to work remotely, but there is an expectation of a presence for team working and meetings 1-2 days per week at one of our office locations.
  • If you believe that you are the right person for this role and want to make a positive difference to the Cotswolds National Landscape we really want to hear from you.
  • Email your CV and supporting statement (no more than two pages) to our HR partners, Publica, at Please quote “CNL-GCG Programme Assistant” in the email title.
  • The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Monday 26 February 2024 and interviews will take place during week commencing 18 March 2024.
  • If you would like to have an informal discussion with our Nature Recovery Lead, Simon Smith, before applying for the role please email to arrange a suitable time.

To download the full job description, click here.

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