Second six-month paid internship advertised with Galloway Fisheries Trust
Galloway Fisheries Trust is seeking applicants for a second six- month paid internship, running from June until December.
The successful applicant will be involved in delivering a range of research, conservation and community engagement projects, including work to enhance riparian and instream habitats on the Black Water of Dee, fish surveys, delivering eel research work and producing educational material for use in local schools.
This full time, fixed term intern post is a wonderful opportunity for a recent graduate with a conservation, fisheries or freshwater ecology degree to gain a range of valuable work experience.
This post is funded by The Holywood Trust and the Galloway Glens Landscape Partnership Scheme and is the second such position to be hosted after the completi on of Abbie Nye’s internship earlier in the year.
The successful applicant will be embedded within the Galloway Fisheries Trust team.
Jamie Ribbens, senior biologist at Galloway Fisheries Trust, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity for a young person to join our team and get involved hands-on with delivering some important conservation projects on local rivers.
"Galloway Fisheries Trust have an important role to play in this region to help develop and train young people who wish to pursue an environmental career.”
For full details and how to apply, visit www.gallowayfisheriestrust.org/news.php?nID=835.