Boat Supervisor / Area Ranger

National Trust
Published
January 10, 2019
Location
Poole, United Kingdom
Category
Europe  
Job Type
Closing date
27th January 2019

Description

Boat Supervisor/Area Ranger (Brownsea)

Salary: £23,375 pa
Contract: Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)
Location: Brownsea Island, Poole
Ref: IRC73891

 

Summary
We’re looking for an exceptional individual who can help lead our ranger team and supervise our boat operation on Brownsea Island.

 

What it's like to work here
Stunning Brownsea Island is located in Poole Harbour. The island is a haven for wildlife, with an array of habitats including woodland, heathland and a lagoon. The thriving outdoor centre hosts a variety of sports and activities. Travelling to work by water is one of the perks of the job at Brownsea Island and a free boat is available for staff. If you are enthusiastic, customer-focused and love the great outdoors, the team would love to hear from you. For more information about our property please follow this link.

 

What you'll be doing
You will be responsible for the day to day management and delivery of the National Trusts Brownsea Island boat services and when necessary deputising for the Lead Ranger in their duties, Performing your role as a manager of a small team, or as an independent Ranger. You will enable everyone to feel welcome and to have outstanding and inspirational experiences at our property. You will be part of a broader team of staff on the property delivering great service to visitors and you will manage volunteers. Working alongside our tenants and partners in the local community, you'll communicate with other organisations, protecting and enhancing the Trust's assets and reputation.

For more information please read the role profile on our website.

 

Who we're looking for
This job is about providing a service. To be fantastic in this role, you’ll need to: have the following;
•Current MCA Boat Masters Licence (minimum tier 2).
•Team management to include; planning, creating rotas, timetables and meeting all compliance requirements.
•Significant practical experience in relevant land, conservation and access management, supported by appropriate qualifications to level 4 or equivalent level of vocational experience.
•Significant practical boat maintenance experience, including care of marine diesel engines.
•Experience of working with volunteers with good understanding of the different approaches needed to reward, recognise and motivate volunteers.
•Good people and communication skills enabling strong relationships both internally and externally to be built and maintained.

 

Benefits
Read more about the benefits we offer to support you here .

Benefits include flexible working whenever possible plus free parking at most locations. You’ll be entitled to discounts in high street stores and cinemas, National Trust shops and NT cafes, and have free entry to NT properties for you, a guest and your children (under 18).

Your health and wellbeing is important to us and is supported through generous annual leave and the option to buy additional days (minimum contract length applies), a cycle to work scheme, subsidised health cash plan and confidential access to a free support service 24 hours a day should you need it.
Your future financial health is helped by an employer matched - up to 10% of basic salary - contributory pension scheme and you can further your career with training and development tailored to you.

For further information and to apply, please follow this link.

Closing date: 27 January 2019

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