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Events Assistant

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Our events volunteers gain experience in events management, environmental education and public engagement. Jupiter's events tend to be around 2 hours long and will focus on a theme such as 'brilliant butterflies', 'captivating creepy crawlies' or 'phenomenal pond-life'! Most events are targeted at children but we do run events for adults as well. Our events run most weeks through the year but there is no need to commit to every event. Please get in touch if you would like to get involved!

Organisation aims and objectives

Manage wildlife reserves throughout Scotland. Help others to enjoy wildlife. Campaigns on behalf of wildlife.










4 hours per month


Experience required: We are looking for volunteers who have a passion for wildlife and are confident in engaging with the public.
Travel details: Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, Wood Street, Grangemouth, FK3 8LH.
Minimum age: 18


Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: £0.35 a mile. Volunteers claiming expenses must complete a volunteer mileage form.
Training details: New volunteers are given a tour of the site and a brief induction the covers the history of the centre. Volunteers receive support throughout their time here, and the rangers that they work here are happy to provide tips and advice where appropriate.

Last updated 3 months ago