Volunteers are a vital element to the operations of ERCCIS and we have worked throughout the years with an amazing team of volunteers.
We understand the reasons why people volunteer are many and varied and we would like to involve people in a way that will make it a mutually rewarding and enjoyable experience. Volunteering for ERCCIS is an excellent way to make contacts with those involved in nature conservation and build key skills to develop your career.
The work at ERCCIS is varied, so no matter what your skill base we are interested to hear from you. Some of the work ERCCIS volunteers do includes: processing wildlife records for the ERCCIS database; assisting the Wildlife Information Service; helping to manage the ERCCIS website and social media sites; validating species records; various GIS projects; helping to write species and habitat guides and many other potential tasks!
We are currently looking for volunteers to join the Wildlife Information Service. This section of ERCCIS is responsible for responding to any wildlife-related questions that come in to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust or ERCCIS. You will provide advice and support for a range of questions and queries and may include using social media channels. There will be on the job training and mentoring by the WIS team to increase your knowledge and help the team provide expert advice to the wider public. You can download a description of the volunteer role below. If you think you would be suitable and would like to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer with Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Cornwall Wildlife Trust are always on the lookout for volunteers with a range of different projects and departments. Be sure to check the Cornwall Wildlife Trust Volunteer page for current opportunities