Job opportunities within the Changing Chalk Partnership

26 January 2022

Join the team delivering the Changing Chalk project across The Living Coast and wider Eastern South Downs

The Changing Chalk project partnership are now starting to recruit a number of new roles to join the delivery team, including a role supporting 2 projects within The Living Coast.

Brighton & Hove City Council & The Living Coast are seeking a new Education Ranger for the Wilding Waterhall and Greening the Cities projects, as part of Changing Chalk.  This new Ranger role will be leading on the development and delivery of a public engagement programme about our incredible chalk landscape, as well as leading on the delivery of new urban wildflower sites across the city of Brighton & Hove.  Click here to learn more and apply for this new role.

This 4 year project is funded in part by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and is focussed on the chalk grassland landscape of the eastern South Downs and the communities of Brighton & Hove, Eastbourne and Lewes.

We will be sharing job opportunities as they are advertised via our Volunteering and jobs page. You can also learn more about the Changing Chalk project on our projects pages.


Professor Dave Goulson from Sussex University

By The Living Coast

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