Volunteer

Durham Wildlife Trust has lots of exciting opportunities for volunteering. We are always looking for willing volunteers who share our passion for wildlife, conservation and broadening awareness.  As a volunteer you can play an integral role in what we do. Volunteering is such a wonderful way to socialise and be part of a wonderful team.

If you have any questions you can ring us on 0191 584 3112 or email volunteer@durhamwt.co.uk and we can talk you through the different roles that we have available.


 

Events and Education Volunteering

Education Team Volunteer

Rainton Meadows Nature Reserve

Role Description

Apply here

 

Fundraising Volunteer 

Rainton Meadows Nature Reserve

Role Description

Apply here

 

Reception and Administration Volunteer

Rainton Meadows Nature Reserve Visitor Centre

Role Description

Apply here

 

Visitor Engagement Volunteer

Low Barns or Rainton Meadows

Role Description

Apply here

 

 

Coffee Shop Volunteer 

Low Barns Nature Reserve Visitor Centre

Role Description

Apply here

 

 

Practical Volunteering

Site Warden Volunteer

Selected Durham Wildlife Trust Nature Reserves

Role Description 

Apply here

 

Task Force Volunteer

Low Barns Nature Reserve and/or Rainton Meadows Nature Reserve

Role Description

Apply here

 

Task Volunteer – Land of Oak and Iron

Across Durham and Gateshead

Role Description

Apply here

 

Task Volunteer – Heart of Durham 

Low Barns Nature Reserve

Role Description

Apply here

 

Why volunteer with us?

Our volunteers play such an important part in our work at Durham Wildlife Trust.

We have a lovely volunteering culture and we really value feedback from our volunteers so we can improve and learn.

Volunteer Forum

Our volunteer Forum meet quarterly and discuss all sorts of issues, including planning volunteer celebrations, celebrating highlights, finding out about new projects and discussing anything that interests our volunteers.

Volunteer Development Group

This is a group of volunteers who have put themselves forward to help Durham Wildlife Trust to shape best practice in volunteer retention and recruiment. Helping us to improve our volunteer experience and make the most of opportunities with volunteers.