Working for us

Working for the Cotswolds Conservation Board let’s you be part of looking after the landscape and communities that together form such an individual and unique part of England. We want to make sure this is a positive, vibrant organisation committed to delivering our services as efficiently and effectively as possible.

If you are innovative and enthusiastic, with a flexible ‘can do’ attitude, then we want you to come and join our team.

Current Vacancies

If you are interested in joining our team you will find our vacancies posted here when available.

We currently have two vacancies for Glorious Cotswolds Grasslands

Do you want to join the Cotswolds Conservation Board team to help restore internationally important wildflower rich grasslands in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty?

We are seeking two confident, dynamic and committed team players to deliver the Glorious Cotswolds Grasslands project, an ambitious project to create the largest connected network of wildflower rich Jurassic limestone grassland. The Glorious Cotswolds Grasslands is supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and private sponsors.

Glorious Cotswolds Grasslands Project Officer
£27,264 – £29,066 (Grade SO1)
(Full-time, 3 year contract)

The Project Officer will be responsible for the day to day management of the project including budget monitoring, report writing and managing consultants, leading on land manager advisory services and initiating a self-financing mechanism to deliver advice, manpower and equipment beyond the life of the project. You will have knowledge and experience of grassland management and restoration and the delivery of advice to landowners.

Please email your completed application form to Della,, we cannot accept CVs.

For an informal discussion please contact Mark Connelly on 01451 862000

Closing date: 12.00 noon, Monday 12th November 2018.

Interview date Project Officer: 23rd November 2018


Glorious Cotswolds Grasslands Assistant Project Officer
£21,899 – £23,692 pro rata (Grade 5)
(Part-time 22.2 hours per week ideally worked over 3 days, 3 year contract)

The Assistant Project Officer will lead the delivery of practical grassland restoration, events and activities for the public and schools and colleges including the arts element of the project. The post will also assist with managing relationships with land managers and project partners and with spatial analysis to guide targeting. You will have experience of grassland restoration and organising events and activities.

Please email your completed application form to Della,, we cannot accept CVs.

For an informal discussion please contact Mark Connelly on 01451 862000

Closing date: 12.00 noon, Monday 12th November 2018.

Interview date Assistant Project Officer: 30th November 2018

Become a Board or LAG Member

If you are interested in becoming a Board or LAG Member, you will find our vacancies posted here.

Useful Links

National Park UK Jobs

Countryside Job Service

National Trust Countryside Management Jobs