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Please see below various opportunities, submitted by members and subscribers, or gleaned from other sources. Some are paid positions, some are voluntary. If you're a newcomer, we suggest that you get as much experience as you can, so offering your services for free when an opportunity arises will most-likely be worth it in the longterm, both on your CV, in the gaining of skills and the all importance of meeting/building relationships with people working in the industry. Entering competitions is highly recommened too. You may win, but even if you don't there's the exposure gained!

NB. The issue of Wildlife Film News where the item was first included in is shown beneath the photo. Do contact us if you have any problem contacting the employer or find that the opportunity is not as described or no longer available.

If you are a non-full member and would like an item/advert placed on the site/WFN, please make a payment here for £25.

Wildlife Winners and Losers - Brock Initiative

Go back to Jobs home or check out other years: 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2017 2018

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WFN 208 - Dec 2016

Stories Lived Environmental Video Short Contest Open for Entries!

Through Jan. 27th, 2017, StoriesLived.com is taking submissions in the Environmental Category for its online video contest.

$5,000 in cash prizes are being awarded in a variety of categories, with a single video eligible for $4,000 in prizes. No limit on number of videos a filmmaker can submit!

For more details please visit the contest page at: www.StoriesLived.com/contest

Stories Lived Environmental Video Short Contest

Stories Lived is a repository of video shorts that move and inspire us to be the best version of ourselves we can be. It is a unique site in which one can see, learn and in turn, draw upon that grace that others show in their lives and hopefully use it in our own to be a blessing to others.


Stories Lived from Stories Lived


Stories Lived - Contest Details from Stories Lived

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WFN 208 - Dec 2016

Interns Needed for IWFF 40!

Our awesomely fun and incredibly entertaining team at IWFF is in need of some hard-hitting interns!

Looking for the following:

  • EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS INTERN
  • VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR INTERN
  • SPECIAL EVENTS INTERN
  • IWFF LABS INTERN
  • DELEGATE LIAISON INTERN
  • MEDIA INTERN – VIDEO PRODUCER & EDITOR
  • MEDIA INTERN – GRAPHIC ART

If you’re interested in finding out more about these internship opportunities – email iwff@theroxytheater.org

Visit: wildlifefilms.org

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WFN 206 - October 2016

WANTED! Winners for New MEGA Series: “WINNERS AND LOSERS” 70 Films from Brock Initiative

  • ARE YOU KEEN ON WILDLIFE?

  • DO YOU WANT TO HELP?

  • DO YOU HAVE GREAT MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION SKILLS? (IMPORTANT)

  • DO YOU KNOW ABOUT WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AROUND THE WORLD? CAN YOU REACH IT AND USE IT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?

  • IF YOU’RE INTERESTED, CHECK OUT THE BROCK INITIATIVE – YOUTUBE, VIMEO AND MY WEBSITE FOR THIS EXCITING, IMPORTANT SERIES NOW GOING GLOBAL, TO EVERY COUNTRY, AND EVERY PERSON WHO COULD MAKE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WINNING AND LOSING.

  • IF YOU’RE AT WILDSCREEN IN BRISTOL, UK, FROM 10-14 OCTOBER 2016, MEET ME AND ALSO DISCUSS A TRIP TO KENYA FOR FILMING, CONTACTS, AND NETWORKING AFTER CHRISTMAS AND ONWARDS! …

Richard Brock
Email: livingplanetproductions@gmail.com
Visit: brockinitiative.org & facebook.com/winnerslosersfilms & twitter.com/Winners_Losers_


Winners & Losers - Promos
Wildlife Winners & Losers: PLACES/EUROPE Promos
Wildlife Winners & Losers: PLACES/TOURISTS Promos

Read: Wildlife Winners and Losers Film Series Launched! & Wildlife Winners and Losers Film Series Second Batch of Films Released!

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WFN 205 - September 2016

EIA Vacancy: Visual Communications Coordinator

EIA’s Communications department plays a vital role within the organisation providing hard-hitting images and video footage for our reports, website and social media. It also provides training for local NGOs to help them use these techniques in their own campaigning.

See: eia-international.org/media-resources/videos & image-gallery

Reporting to the Head of Operations, the Visual Communications Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of activities within the Communications Department and the supply of the department’s services to the rest of the organisation. They will project manage campaign communication plans and assist in training local NGOs in-country in visual documentation and editing skills as required.

The coordinator will maintain administrative oversight of the Communications Department.

Location: Islington, London
Position Type: Paid, full time, permanent
Salary: £26,000 pa
Application Closing Date: October 3, 2016
Interviews: October 10, 2016

Read more/apply here: eia-international.org/vacancy-visual-communications-coordinator-2

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WFN 204 - August 2016

#Summerwatch from BBC Springwatch!

This summer the Springwatch social media platforms are running #summerwatch.

This project is looking to use material sent in by the online community to create a series of short films with a theme of summer.

The material can be anything from photos and sounds to original music and poetry.

If you want to join in you can send your material to the Springwatch Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.

Just remember to tag it with #summerwatch

Here's an example:

See:
facebook.com/BBCSpringwatch

twitter.com/BBCSpringwatch
instagram.com/BBCSpringwatch

Get involved nature & summer lovers!! :)

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WFN 204 - August 2016

Wildscreen are looking for a freelance Festival Marketing Content Creator.

You need to be an experienced, driven and creative marketing expert to support their small, dynamic and ambitious team to plan and execute the marketing and communications strategy for the Wildscreen Festival 2016.

Position: Wildscreen Festival Marketing Content Creator

Location: Central Bristol

Contract: Freelance, 28 days, Aug–Nov 2016 Fee: £5,000 (approx. 28 days @ £175 per day)

See: www.wildscreen.org/media/1350/wildscreen-festival-marketing-content-creator.pdf

Application Process:
To be considered for this role, please submit an expression of interest to: jobs@wildscreen.org.uk

Deadline for applications: Sunday 7 August 2016 at 5pm

Find out more about the festival team here: www.wildscreen.org/festival/festival-team

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WFN 203 - July 2016

Stories Lived Environmental Video Short Contest Open for Entries!

Through July 17th, StoriesLived.com is taking submissions in the Environmental Category for its online video contest.

$5,000 in cash prizes are being awarded in a variety of categories, with a single video eligible for $4,000 in prizes. No limit on number of videos a filmmaker can submit!

For more details please visit the contest page at: www.StoriesLived.com/contest

Stories Lived Environmental Video Short Contest

Stories Lived is a repository of video shorts that move and inspire us to be the best version of ourselves we can be. It is a unique site in which one can see, learn and in turn, draw upon that grace that others show in their lives and hopefully use it in our own to be a blessing to others.


Stories Lived from Stories Lived

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WFN 203 - July 2016

Volunteer recruitment for Wildscreen 2016 is now open!

The Wildscreen Festival could not take place without our loyal and hard working team of volunteers that give up a week of their time to help deliver the event and make sure attendees get the most out their time in Bristol. We're now accepting applications from people who want to volunteer at the 2016 Wildscreen Festival and who share our passion for wildlife film and photography and providing great customer service to delegates.

Why volunteer?

The rewards for volunteering include:

  • The chance to see the Panda Award-nominated films and attend Festival events
  • Access to the Delegate Lounge and networking events
  • Access to the film library
  • Insight into the industry's issues and players
  • Learning new skills
  • Making new friends

The serious stuff

  • Successful volunteers are required to be available for full-time work Sunday 9 to Friday 14 October 2016 inclusive. The Festival is open from early in the morning to late at night so expect shifts with early starts and/or late finishes.
  • We're sorry, but all volunteers must be aged 18 or over
  • Applications are via the online form.
  • We do not accept applications by email, CV or covering letters.
  • Wildscreen is a charity and these are unpaid volunteer posts and we're unable to cover the cost of travel to or accommodation in Bristol.
  • A uniform and meals/refreshments will be provided.

If you feel you have the necessary skills to be a proactive and hardworking member of the volunteer team, please send us your application by Friday 29 July. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted throughout August for a telephone/Skype interview to assess your suitability and motivation, with successful volunteers being notified by early September. Due to the expected high number of applications we are not able to provide feedback to unsuccessful applicants..

Find out more about the roles and apply here: www.wildscreen.org/festival/volunteering

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WFN 203 - July 2016

6th Green-Go Short Film Contest - Call for Entries Open!

CEEweb for Biodiversity after five year success and at least 60 hundred great short films later, just has launched Green-Go Short Film Contest for the 6th time in 2016. This year we are looking for short movies which raise awareness about small scale agriculture, the circular economy and Europe's nature wonders. Just like in the previous years, we would like to kindly ask you to be our partners to be able to reach even more interested people and raise awareness about the environmental issues we are living with. The best shorts will not only win valuable prizes but will be showed at international events that affect our future..

Green-Go Short Film Contest 2016

For more information please visit www.greengofest.eu

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WFN 202 - June 2016

Wildlife Documentary Video Workshop with Tom and Sabrina Karges

If you are passionate about wildlife and have a desire to learn about wildlife filmmaking, TaTanka Productions, Castle Rock, Colorado is putting on a Wildlife Documentary Video Workshop at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. Bring your camera and learn how to produce your own 10 to 12 minute wildlife documentary on our nation's newly proclaimed national mammal, the Bison.

The workshop will run for 5 days July 31-August 5, 2016.

The spectacular Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is a true gem of the US Fish and Wildlife Refuge System. The refuge's mixed grass prairies, lush meadows and majestic mountains with hundreds of buffalo is the backdrop for this learning experience.

You will be filming during the most exciting time of the year – the bison rut (mating season), where you will observe bison behavior to the maximum. The bulls when their tails go straight up, pounding the earth with their hooves and their bellows are deafening, signaling they are primed and ready for combat to challenge the other bulls that may come their way. The winning bulls get the prize, the females. The documentary you produce will be on your observations of bison behavior. Until you have intimately observed bison behavior and the rut – it is nothing like you have ever seen before. A refuge biologist will be on hand to discuss the nuances of bison behavior. Other wildlife to be observed on the refuge are elk, deer, prairie dog, burrowing owls, eagles, vast variety of other raptors, southern song birds and possibly the endangered black-capped vireo.

Tom and Sabrina Karges, owners of TaTanka Productions, a non profit 501c3, have been producing documentaries for thirty plus years specializing in Natural History and Social Awareness programs. Their work has taken them all over the world. But, their favorite place to return to is the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. They have been filming at the Refuge for more than twenty five years and have produced several films for the Refuge Visitors Center. Their latest film “Wild Side of Eden” is presently being shown at the Visitors Center. You can see “WILD SIDE OF EDEN” on Youtube.


Wild Side of Eden from Tom-Sabrina Karges

The workshop is limited to 12 individuals. You will work in a small team learning how to produce your wildlife documentary program. You will learn the importance of research before you ever turn on the camera, idea script, script writing, shooting, audio and the basics of editing.

Students attending the workshop should have a passion for wildlife and wildlife filmmaking. To produce a successful wildlife film takes more than just shooting hours of footage. You must be able to combine your creative story telling ability with your technical expertise in shooting and then putting it altogether in the final edit. In essence the goal of the workshop is to inspire you to develop your skills to be a successful wildlife filmmaker.

The price for the seminar is $785.00 for the week. TaTanka is a 501c3 non profit so your tuition is considered a TAX DEDUCTION. At the conclusion of the five day seminar you will have your own professionally produced 10 to 12 minute documentary on bison behavior that you have shot and edited to take home.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Tom or Sabrina Karges - tatankaproductions@hotmail.com
www.tatankaproductions.net

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WFN 202 - June 2016

BBC NHU Trainee Wildlife Camera Bursary

Seven Worlds is an ambitious new NHU landmark project for BBC1 delivering in 2019. Each hour long episode will transport viewers to a single continent. We'll view each one through their most iconic natural wonders...the Amazon, the Congo, the Sahara, the Himalayas…and, by focusing on the spectacular wildlife and the dramatic animal behaviour in those iconic landscapes, we'll discover what makes each of our seven worlds unique.

The BBC NHU runs an annual camera bursary scheme that aims to develop an emerging camera operator, by providing experience for them to work alongside existing experts in their field and increasing their ability to operate at the very highest level of natural history filming.

This year, the bursary will be embedded with the production team of new landmark series ‘Seven Worlds’. Capturing in UHD and making use of cutting edge camera technologies, this is an exciting opportunity to learn about the latest wildlife production and photographic processes as well as preparing work in the production offices and providing assistance/shooting in the field.

Working as a Trainee, we’ll give you a structured training plan that will include working alongside the wildlife camera operators and programme makers in the Natural History Unit. You’ll be learning about the latest wildlife production and photographic processes as well as preparing work in the production offices and providing assistance/shooting in the field. Your training will include on the job as well as attendance at formal courses and you’ll be allocated a Mentor to help and support you through this training programme. In addition your role may include travel to locations in the UK as well as overseas.

Find out more and apply here: careershub.bbc.co.uk Closing Date: 06/06/2016

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WFN 201 - May 2016

New Bursary for Wildlife Filmmaker Announced

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust has partnered with the University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE Bristol) to offer a unique bursary for a young person wanting to study towards a prestigious MA in Wildlife Filmmaking. This is a unique course delivered in partnership with the world leading BBC Natural History Unit.

The UWE Bristol / BBC Wildlife Filmmaking Master course is a practical, one year MA, featuring masterclasses from industry leaders, practitioners and experts in the field and craft of wildlife filmmaking.

This is a full fee bursary for the one year MA in Wildlife Filmmaking.  This course will not only provide world class teaching and practical experience to the student, but the successful applicant will also receive additional support in the form of bespoke mentoring throughout the course, and after graduation, from production staff at the BBC and Plimsoll Productions; an independent production company based in Bristol.

UWE Bristol’s MA in Wildlife Filmmaking is now in its fourth year and has an employment rate of 90 – 100%, at any one time, for its graduates.

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust has, historically, offered bursaries for young people studying towards a degree in architecture.  More recently, bursaries have been offered to students studying law and journalism.  With the announcement of this new bursary the Trust continues to ensure that talented young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are able to access a variety of careers.

Sonia Watson, CEO at the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust says, “This is an exciting new venture for the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.  We have been working towards improving access to the media industry for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, but we have never ventured into the world of wildlife filmmaking.  The work of the Trust is aimed at giving young people the opportunity to succeed in whatever field they choose, so we were delighted when we were approached by UWE Bristol and the BBC’s Natural History Unit to develop a new scholarship aimed at increasing diversity in this field.”

Alex Gilkison, Pro-vice Chancellor and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education, says, “UWE Bristol appreciates this opportunity to work in collaboration with the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and the BBC to provide tangible opportunities for people from diverse backgrounds to enter the television industry at a professional level.”

The Stephen Lawrence/UWE Wildlife Filmmaking scholarship is open for applications.

Click here to find out more about this course from past and current students.

For further information and how to apply, click here NB. Please ensure your application is marked “SLCT Bursary Application”

More here: www.stephenlawrence.org.uk/news/2032


SLCT and UWE Bristol offer new bursary for young wildlife filmmaker from UWE Bristol

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WFN 200 - April 2016

Star in The Wildlife Trust's 30 Days Wild Film!

Last year, our 30 Days Wild film was viewed nearly 200,000 times across the world. This year, we want you to take part...


30 Days Wild - do something wild every day for a month! from The Wildlife Trusts

Fancy yourself as a television star? Want to share your love of the wild with the world? Or maybe you just want to be part of the UK's leading nature challenge?

Upload your films here: dropbox.com/sh/rvw1yfcggccv7id/AAAOq0dVUxio_Bv-L5L_9x6Oa?dl=0

We're looking for you to send us your ideas for Random Acts of Wildness - in film form. In no more than 10 seconds, we need you to capture your favourite Random Act of Wildness on camera and upload it to our Dropbox account. Then we'll edit them all together to create a gorgeous, fun and funky film that captures just how amazing wildlife and wild places are - and why you should want to go wild this June.

It doesn't matter how good (or bad!) the quality is - a camera phone will do just fine. If you've got footage from last year, that's great, but pick a sunny day if you'd like to film something new.

Think about different perspectives, ideas and locations, and get creative:

  • Making elderflower cordial from scratch
  • Use a GoPro to follow a bumblebee
  • Sniffing wildflowers in the garden
  • Exploring an urban jungle
  • Feeling sand or grass between your toes

Try to make sure that there's some audio, too - a short sentence saying what you're doing. Upload your films here.

Find out more here: www.wildlifetrusts.org/30DaysWild/Film

Also read: www.sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/discover/30-days-wild

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WFN 198 - February 2016

Silverback Films Seek Two Data Management /Location Assistants

Location Data Management/Location Assistant/Logger

Silverback Films are looking to recruit two people to work on two of their Disneynature films currently in production.

They are ideally looking for people with experience in Location Data Management, rushes logging and general Field Assistant work.

It would also be beneficial if you have some knowledge of camera equipment, sound recording and post production.

The positions will be both on location and at base in Bristol. The work in Bristol will be part time and focused on logging.

Start Date: April 2016

Please send your application to samantha.davis@silverbackfilms.tv

Closing Date: End of February 2016

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WFN 198 - February 2016

WWT Expedition 2016 - Flight of the Swans - Looking for Flyway Volunteers!

In Autumn 2016 Sacha Dench (WWT Head of Content and Creative) will fly from the Russian tundra to Gloucestershire, following the migration route of the iconic Bewick’s swan, in what promises to be one of the most exciting and inspiring conservation projects of recent times. She will complete the 4,500 mile journey using a paramotor, just a parachute wing strapped to a small propeller engine. Along with her support crew and local paramotorists she will cross 11 countries during a 10 week period leaving Russia in September 2016 and returning to WWT Slimbridge in November as part of their 70th Anniversary celebrations.

The project will give WWT a unique opportunity to study the Bewick’s swans. It will also engage local communities in conserving the species and wetland habitats and bring local and international conservation groups together to find ways to stop the decline in Bewick’s swan numbers.

WWT Expedition 2016 - Flight of the Swans
WWT Flight of the Swans proposed Flightpath - The arrow covers all areas where we need volunteers.

Sacha’s flightpath crosses the following countries:

  • Russia
  • Finland
  • Estonia
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Poland
  • Germany
  • Denmark
  • The Netherlands
  • Belgium
  • France
  • UK

The team are looking to approach possible volunteer photographers and videographers along the flyway, in order to do the following:

  • record a short video interview with an expert (we would provide the questions)
  • filming or photographing wetland sites
  • taking some images of the swans as they head back towards Russia on their Spring migration etc..

They will be looking for volunteers with a range of filming skills, from ground to air, including drones.

They are also keen to find people with local knowledge to help them locate the best sites for filming and local conservation groups/stories so that they can engage with communites en route.


Flight of the Swans
from WWT

If you think that you can help Sacha and team along their flight path in the above countries, please visit www.wwt.org.uk/flight-of-the-swans/flyway-volunteers for a role description and application form.

Please contact volunteer.HQ@wwt.org.uk if you have any queries.

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WFN 198 - February 2016

Wildscreen are Hiring!!

We're looking for two bright and enthusiastic individuals to support our forward thinking, innovative and ambitious team at an exciting time of evolution and growth for the organisation.

Festival Assistant
Salary: £19k pa, pro rata
Contract: Full time, fixed-term ending 30 November 2016

A vital part of the delivery team for the October 2016 Wildscreen Festival, this is a varied role incorporating elements of programming, marketing and administration. The successful applicant will have had several years of office-based employment - with some element of production or event management experience - along with a knack for organising data, handling large amounts of correspondence and an enthusiastic approach to managing a very busy workload and tight deadlines.

Admin Assistant
Salary: £16k pa, pro rata
Contract: Full time, initial fixed term ending 30 November 2016 with the possibility of extension

Working across our world-leading initiatives, this role will provide day-to-day administration support for our small, dynamic team. The successful applicant will have at least one year's previous experience in an office administration role and will have a proactive and helpful approach, strong writing / numeracy skills and a real willingness to get stuck in and make a real difference to our tiny but ambitious charity.

Application process

Please submit your CV and a covering letter explaining your suitability for the position for which you're applying to jobs@wildscreen.org.uk.

Deadline for Festival Assistant applications: Monday 8 February at 5pm. Interviews will be held on Monday 15 February.
Deadline for Admin Assistant applications: Monday 15 February at 5pm. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 23 February.

The interviews will be held at Wildscreen's office in central Bristol. We regret that we cannot offer an alternative date for interview and will not be able to accommodate Skype interviews.

Visit: www.wildscreen.org/jobs

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WFN 198 - February 2016

Eco-Comedy Video Competition Spring 2016 – CALL FOR ENTRIES “Clean Water” Sponsored by: Center for Environmental Filmmaking & The Nature Conservancy – **$2,000 Prize**

The 2016 Eco-Comedy theme is “Clean Water”

Produce a short, humorous video for YouTube tackling this year’s theme. “Connect the drops” between clean water and life. The contest is open to anyone worldwide who has a flair for producing videos and something to say about conservation.

Submissions must:

  • Be humorous!
  • Communicate a clear (and funny!) message around the broad theme of “clean water” and overall environmental conservation.
  • Appeal to a broad audience.
  • Be an original production.
  • Be less than three minutes (including titles and credits).
  • Be posted to EcoComedy Video Competition 2016 YouTube Channel at: www.youtube.com/channel/UCrCpIIqbC-oshuQklx2xXoA
  • Be submitted by 11:59pm Eastern Time Zone on Tuesday, March 1st, 2016.

A panel of five judges representing The Nature Conservancy and the Center for Environmental Filmmaking will determine the finalists and grand prize winner. The decision of the judges is final. Awards are based on overall merit of the entries. Judges reserve the right not to grant an award. The organizations listed above reserve the right to post submissions on their websites and social media channels.

Submissions that are not received by Tuesday, March 1, 2016, will not be accepted. Finalists will be announced on Friday, March 4, 2016. The winner will be announced at American University on Tuesday, March 22, at the DC Environmental Film Festival at 7:00 p.m., in the Forman Theater located in the McKinley Building on the American University campus.

For more information regarding submission guidelines and contest rules, visit: www.american.edu/soc/cef/eco-comedy-film-competition.cfm

Questions may be addressed to Chris Palmer at palmer@american.edu

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WFN 197 - January 2016

Flight of the Swans with WWT

In Autumn 2016 Sacha Dench (WWT Head of Content and Creative) will fly from the Russian tundra to Gloucestershire, following the migration route of the iconic Bewick’s swan, in what promises to be one of the most exciting and inspiring conservation projects of recent times. She will complete the 4,500 mile journey using a paramotor, just a parachute wing strapped to a small propeller engine. Along with her support crew and local paramotorists she will cross 11 countries during a 10 week period leaving Russia in September 2016 and returning to WWT Slimbridge in November as part of our 70th Anniversary celebrations.

The project will give WWT a unique opportunity to study the Bewick’s swans. It will also engage local communities in conserving the species and wetland habitats and bring local and international conservation groups together to find ways to stop the decline in Bewick’s swan numbers.

For this project to reach its full potential we are looking to form an experienced and skilled volunteer team to assist with planning, logistics, vehicle maintenance, filming and media production. Some of the roles will be part of the expedition crew while others will be part of the essential HQ team based at WWT Slimbridge in Gloucestershire. Due to the nature of the project and the time commitment required the role descriptions are quite detailed and we are looking for people who have experience and proven skills in these areas.

If you don’t have the skills for these roles, or can’t commit the time at the moment, please keep checking back to this page. As the project progresses further UK-based volunteer opportunities will be announced that will involve roles based at our wetland centres or that may be suitable for home volunteering.

We are currently recruiting for the following roles

Click on the role title to download a role description

PR, Planning and Admin
Expedition Media Production
Expedition Mechanic and Logistics

Please submit a completed application form (go here) and a copy of your CV by Monday 18th January 2016. Interviews will be held week commencing 1st February 2016.

If you have any problems completing or submitting the application form please email volunteer.HQ@wwt.org.uk


If you have an available position/competition/footage request and would like it included here, in Wildlife Film News/promoted on social media, please send all info, including any photo/logo's, to news@wildlife-film.com. For inclution in WFN, please make sure you send prior to the end of the month.

Do contact us if you have any problem contacting the employer or find that the opportunity is not as described or no longer available.

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