South East Rivers Trust

Tag: Staff


Our very own Toby and Nick are taking part in the London to Brighton Cycle Ride this September to raise money for our local rivers. The route is pretty famous, starting in Clapham Common (London) and travelling 54 miles to Read more…


We are looking for two new staff members to join our team! Head of Finance We are looking for a freelance contractor to serve as Head of Finance in a dynamic and fast growing not-for-profit environment. ​As the Head of Finance, Read more…


By Dr Chris Gardner River restoration describes a set of activities that help improve the environmental health of a river or stream. These activities aim to restore the natural state and functionality of the river system to promote improved fish Read more…


We are pleased to welcome a new member of Staff to the South East Rivers Trust: Chris Gardner, our new Catchment Manager. Chris has joined us with 17 years of experience as a fisheries scientist in both the public and Read more…


This position is now closed.  We’re looking for an enthusiastic, natural leader with a good level of knowledge of river and catchment enhancement techniques.  The role will support new and existing partnerships across the SERT area, bringing people and organisations Read more…


The Wandle Trust (part of the South East Rivers Trust) is recruiting a part-time Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) Officer to help coordinate and deliver work to tackle aquatic INNS on the River Wandle. INNS can have a negative impact on Read more…


Three new members of staff have recently joined the SERT team. Luke Mitchell is joining us to work on river restoration projects; Olly van Biervliet will be running our water quality projects; and Polly Bryant will be running our volunteer Read more…


The Trust is advertising two new Project Officer roles: The first will deliver water quality enhancements including our volunteer pollution monitoring project The second will support volunteers and empower them to help deliver river restoration works (this post is part-funded Read more…