Job Opportunities

Facilities Supervisor (Part Time) Vacancy at Hazel Hill Wood

This role is a pivotal new role as we expand our charity’s impact and invite more groups to use our woodland. In a nutshell, this role is about making sure that our buildings and facilities work seamlessly – everything from repairs to a leaking tap to overseeing a refurb in one of our eco-buildings. If you enjoy woodlands and sustainable technology, you’d like to manage a small team, and you’re happy to roll up your sleeves and get hands-on, have a look at the job advertisement below.

To find out more, click here to see the official job advertisement

 

Occasional Chef/Caterer Vacancy at Hazel Hill Wood

Are you a self-employed chef/caterer interested in our exciting and pioneering charitable project at Hazel Hill Wood, a few miles outside Salisbury.

Hazel Hill Trust runs a beautiful 70 acre educational woodland that hosts pioneering and holistic education events: from local school groups coming to learn about nature and biodiversity, to workshops for front-line workers building their resilience and wellbeing.

About you: We’d love to hear from you if are a self-employed chef or professional caterer who lives locally, and you have capacity to support us with occasional catering. You need to be great with people, can take ownership for creating menus, organising the shopping and liaising with clients as appropriate. Our work is growing, and if successful, you could be supporting several catering events this year, with a potential for more in 2019. You would be part of our self-employed and part-time team at the wood, most of whom also have other roles.

To find out more, click here to see the official job advertisement

 

Volunteering

We are always looking for volunteers to support with a range of tasks at the wood. From mowing the grassy rides to helping with advertising and everything in between. If you are interested in offering your support to Hazel Hill Wood then please get in touch with the Education manager, Elle Mount-Kingett at enquiries@hazelhill.org.uk