Sorry, there are no current vacancies at the Duckworth Worcestershire Trust
DWT appreciate the time and hard work that all our volunteers give to supporting our projects. We have an equal opportunities policy in place and encourage volunteering opportunities for everyone.
All our volunteers are insured by our public liability insurance.
If you are interested in any of the advertised opportunities below, details are listed on each role description. The DWT Volunteer and Community Coordinator will then contact you to organise a one off taster session and induction upon completion of the application process. Details of two referees will be needed on the application form.
Unless otherwise stated on the role description, most volunteer roles are not subjected to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults.
If successful and you wish to take up the post, you will be required to sign a volunteer agreement which is designed to offer the volunteer a statement of intent from the Trust. A trial period of 3 months is then advised.
Out of pocket expenses are reimbursed on a week in hand basis and are given out to make volunteering accessible to all regardless of income.
DWT Environmental Warden Volunteering Opportunities
Practical Conservation - own transport needed
Please click HERE for a comprehensive list of activities involved with Practical Conservation
Appropriate footwear, warm/waterproof clothing, a packed lunch and any cold drinks that you may want are required when out with the warden team. Hot drinks and biscuits will be provided. All tools and safety equipment are supplied by the Trust.
If you are a new volunteer hoping to join the Trust’s warden team on a Wednesday;
Please contact Anda Phillips, our Volunteer and Community Co-ordinator, on 01905 730601 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Worcestershire practical volunteering conservation opportunities can be found by contacting the following organisations;
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, The Fold Care Farm at Bransford, the Malvern Hills Conservators, the National Trust at Croome Court or the Forestry Commission – Wyre Forest
WRE Volunteering Opportunities