Current opportunities

On this page you will find our current volunteering opportunities.

If you would like to volunteer out with the available roles please email volunteering@bumblebeeconservation.org, please include your location and details of how you would like to help BBCT.

If you are within Somerset or Devon we can put you in touch with our Local Volunteer Coordinators to find out how you can get involved locally.


  • Get involved in bumblebee survey work

BBCT runs the national bumblebee recording scheme, BeeWalk, to help us understand bumblebee populations across the UK, and you can help! Visit the Surveys page of our website to find out more about how you can get involved.

To register for BeeWalk visit the BeeWalk website at www.beewalk.org.uk.


  • Get involved with Pollinating the Peak!

If you live in Derbyshire and would like to get involved with our exciting education and community engagement focused project Pollinating the Peak, email Rhodri Green, the projects Community and Engagement Officer to find out how to get involved rhodri.green@bumblebeeconservation.org


  • Volunteer Administrative Assistant - Stirling BBCT office

Would you like to help in a small, busy conservation head office? Working closely with our Administrator you will help with day to day administrative tasks including filing, purchasing and human resources support. We are friendly team with a passion for bumblebees and are looking for someone who can join us on a longer term basis (a minimum of four months) to help in our day to day tasks.

Please see our Volunteer Administrative Assistant role profile for further details on the role.

Email admin@bumblebeeconservation.org for further information.


  • Habitat surveyors - Making a Buzz for the Coast - Kent

Do you have skills in wildflower identification? We are looking for volunteers to help with baseline habitat surveys of various sites across the Kent coast. We need people to help with surveys in June and August 2016 for a minimum of 2-4 days. Training in survey methodology will be provided. 

If you’re interested in this role please see the full role profile.

Click here to see the role profile.


  • Local Volunteer Coordinator - London

Would you like to take a lead role in supporting volunteers to raise awareness of bumblebees across London? We are looking for someone to help develop and support our London volunteer team, in delivery of a variety of activities and events across London. We need someone who is an excellent communicator, organised, enthusiastic and good at motivating others. Please see the full role profile for further details.

Click here to see the role profile.

Email volunteering@bumblebeeconservation.org to apply for this role.


  • Stall Organiser - London

We are looking for volunteers to organise and hold stalls at a variety of events in London over the summer. Our London volunteer team are receive many requests to attend events to raise awareness about bumblebees and we are looking for more support to do this. If you are organised, enthusiastic and enjoy talking to be people we'd love to hear from you. Please see the full role profile for further details.

Click here to see the role profile.

Email volunteering@bumblebeeconservation.org to apply for this role.


  • Stall Assistant - London

Would you like to help our London volunteers raise awareness of bumblebees? If you enjoy talking to people about bumblebees and/or wildlife friendly garden please get in touch to help support our London Volunteer Team deliver events across London over the summer. Please see the full role profile for further details.

Click here to see the role profile.

Email volunteering@bumblebeeconservation.org to apply for this role.

“Few people realise just how important bumblebees are. They are charming little things and a pleasure to see, but they also do an essential job which many people take for granted. If bumblebees continue to decline then we face ecological turmoil. Join BBCT today and support their important work.”

Chris Packham
Naturalist, Television presenter
 

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