Working with data or GIS mapping

Working alongside our experienced project officers you may collect, process, analyse, map and store data generated by our conservation, environmental and wildlife monitoring projects. The role is varied, and using our data and IT protocols you will undertake tasks to ensure that the datasets are accurate and well-managed. There is much scope within this role, from developing basic data input, processing and IT skills, to utilising any existing data analysis skills you may have.

We will do our best to accommodate any access requirements you may have, if you have any questions please contact us.

• Office based  - Edale and/or Bakewell (depending on task).

We will do our best to accommodate any access requirements you may have, if you have any questions please contact us.
 

Skills gained: Transferable communication skills including: ability to work as part of a team; check data for accuracy; follow data management protocols; follow and write clear instructions as required; develop data presentation skills and follow data sharing protocols. IT skills include the use of various data packages and processing software, including MS Office Excel. As well as office based data entry, collation, processing and presentation you will also have the opportunity to become familiar with our scientific methods and data collection working alongside conservation professionals.