Welcome to our job vacancies page, where you’ll find opportunities for those passionate about conserving and enhancing our National Landscape. We’re looking for dedicated individuals who share a common goal – contributing to the meaningful conservation and development of our protected landscape, much like our diverse projects.

Current vacancies

The East Devon National Landscape Team are currently looking for two self-employed/ freelance contractors to deliver engagement events and activities across the area in 2024.  

East Devon Farmers Group Co-ordinator 

The coordinator will organise and promote events aimed at keeping the farming community up to date with current thinking and advice on environmental and statutory matters, whilst also encouraging uptake of Defra funding streams to support sustainable farming.

This is a short-term contract to deliver these events between February and November 2024.

For details of the contract and how to quote, please click on the link below.

Farmer Group coordinator.

Deadline for applications: 1 February 2024

Nature Engagement Co-ordinator

A Nature Engagement Co-ordinator is required to help connect people with the wildlife and landscape of this special place. The coordinator will develop and promote a programme of events and activities designed to encourage people to explore, enjoy, discover nature, and learn about the area.

This is a short-term contract to deliver these events between February and November 2024.

For details of the contract and how to quote, please click on the link below.

Nature Engagement Coordinator 

Events Evaluation & Programme Doc.

Deadline for applications: 1 February 2024

More to Explore

East Devon AONB Projects

We lead, partner and support projects that focus on a wide range of themes, including landscape and heritage, environmental quality and climate, biodiversity, recreation and tourism.

Outdoors & Active

Whether you prefer walking, cycling, running or playing, everyone feels happier and healthier when they spend time in nature being more active. 

East Devon Way

Discover the hidden gems of East Devon and explore this much loved walking route that links 40 miles of public footpaths, trails and bridleways.