Green Future Building (GFB), a not for profit social enterprise, supplies an innovative range of nature conservation products from its Elland Bridge manufacturing workshop – with the aim of connecting young people with both nature and eco materials, whilst developing the skills and knowledge that employers look for.
After a highly-successful initial placement bringing together GFB and Halifax’s Project Challenge, an exciting opportunity has now arisen for someone flexible, reliable and with practical skills. You will work on a pilot project to extend the partnership and make a difference in the lives of more young people #Iwill.
You will be a self-starter with a hands-on background (joinery preferred); within easy reach of Elland; and able to work outdoors, motivate young people and handle safeguarding and monitoring accurately and discretely.
The role would suit someone interested in wildlife conservation, but it is not a requirement. This is part-time, flexible working to suit both the candidate, GFB and Project Challenge, with opportunities for extension subject to funding.
Enquiries to John Beaumont 07917 167779 or via greenfuturebuilding.org.uk
See GFB’s website and social media for bird and photography hides, screens and platforms, tern rafts, sand martin banks, boxes for species of conservation concern, rain garden planters, box sluices and wetland management services.
GFB are leading suppliers of specialist conservation products designed and built to a very high standard to meet all the rigours of life in some of Britain’s wildest landscapes. They are committed to their founding principles of building with recycled and sustainable materials where and whenever possible and to social inclusion focusing on learning, training and employment creation, working with disadvantaged communities, groups and individuals.
Their ethos is “Working together to make our countryside a richer place for wildlife and people”.