Volunteer Rangers for Ranger Service

The Queen Elizabeth Country Park Volunteer Ranger Service provides people with the opportunity to become involved in a range of activities including nature conservation work, visitor management, environmental education and interpretation, woodworking / carpentry and administration work.

The Volunteer Ranger Service also provides training opportunities, social events and friendship.

We believe that is everyone's right to get involved in the conservation and protection or our natural heritage. So whether you can volunteer every day or once a year you will be most welcome to join the Volunteer Ranger Service.

The Volunteer Ranger Service is also a key partner in the Queen Elizabeth Parks Twining Project which brings together the staff and local communities of Queen Elizabeth Country Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda, so we are keen to hear from people with an interest in helping develop these links, especially in helping develop the education links between our Ugandan and English Twinned schools (see www.queenelizabethparks.org).

The Youth Ranger Service runs alongside the Volunteer Ranger Service. Young people usually come on a weekend and work with our adult vols. So if there are any young people wanting to help thy have to be 14 and over please get in touch.

Drop in for a coffee and a chat.

Skills

All you need is enthusiasm, a willingness to help others and a desire to do your bit for nature conservation.


Details

  • Accessibility
    Yes - However there are a few access issues for some types of volunteering opportunities
  • Age restrictions
    18+
  • DBS check required
    yes. - for those in charge of children or vulnerable adults
  • Equal Opportunities Policy
  • Expenses reimbursed
    No except where a volunteer has incurred a pre-agreed expense
  • Health and Safety Policy
    This is covered in the Handbook.
  • Ongoing support
    Yes - during first few attendances, you will be supported by other volunteers or full time staff
  • Training provided
    Yes - a range of training opportunities
  • Volunteer induction
    Yes - We have a handbook and regular induction sessions (handbook available on website)
  • Volunteer Policy
  • Volunteers covered by insurance
    Yes - covered by Hampshire County Council
  • Written role description

When can I volunteer?

Start Date: 22/02/2019

End Date: 22/03/2020

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Morning No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes
Afternoon No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes
Evening No No No No No No No

Location

Gravel Hill
Horndean
Waterlooville
Hampshire
PO8 0QE


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