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.