Be a protector of wildlife in UK Farne Islands as you get to look out for illegal activities and educate tourists on the proper care of animals in their habitats. UK's National Trust is looking for someone who, "as an easily identifiable member of the Ranger team, on your best day you will be creating lasting memories for everyone."
Farne Islands is where most pup grey seals are, cohabiting with puffins, ducks, terns and other birds in the area. According to the website, "you'll help with the protection and care of habitats, wildlife, property and machinery, and your passion will inspire other to love this beautiful place as much as you do."
And by that, you have to constantly uphold conservation and wildlife protection like counting baby seals and make sure they're safe, or handle puffin chicks when they're young, according to Lonely Planet. Moreover, they also want you to guide visitors, talking and entertaining them with stories that inspire them to promote wildlife care.
The island is a bit remote and chose applicants will be stranded at some point during inclement weathers. Moreover, you might get to work overtime especially on weekends, holidays, evenings or emergencies.
Benefits with working for the UK National Trust are health plans, employee assistance, discounted gym membership and pension contribution of up to 10 percent. Other benefits include "work in some of the most beautiful, iconic and unique locations in the UK."
But of course, you get free entries to National Trust's properties and your children of 18 years and below as well as one guest. You get 20 percent off in their outlets plus 35 percent if you book in their holiday accommodation.
Deadline for applications will be on Feb. 7. The organization only accepts online sending of CVs or resumes. Nonetheless, for interviews, you have to show up in person. For more information about job offer or the National Trust visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk.
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