Skip Navigation

Meet our team

Hear from our employees why you should make the move and work with us.

Ian Froggatt, Site Manager, Woodland Trust

Site Manager - Ian

My role is particularly varied, with no two days ever the same. I have sole responsibility for over 35 woodland sites in south Lincolnshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire, all open for free public access. These site are similarly diverse, ranging from 150 acre ancient woodlands to 5 acre woodland creation sites and everything in between.

This is a challenging but rewarding job, with a great deal of responsibility, trust and autonomy afforded by the Woodland Trust. Help and support is only ever a phone call away and the operations team have a tremendous wealth of experience and knowledge which they will freely share with anyone who asks. A brilliant job as part of a great team, in a worthy organisation.

Nicola Craven, Marketing Communications Manager, Woodland Trust

Marketing & Communications Manager - Nicola

Working as part of the Brand & Communications team, my job is to help people visiting our woods understand and value the landscape they are experiencing. Many of our woods have a fascinating heritage and are home to a diverse array of wildlife. My aim is to welcome and excite our visitors to the uniqueness of our woods using stories and creative interpretation to bring these sites to life.

I have also been involved in project managing our presence at both the Hay Literature Festival and the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, showcasing our great work and the importance of woods and trees to new audiences. I feel extremely lucky to spend my day working alongside great colleagues to achieve inspiring experiences for the Woodland Trust.

David Hallewell, Supporter Services Ambassador, Woodland Trust

Supporter Services - David

My role is to answer queries from our supporters and the general public explaining what we do, by phone, letter or email. I work as part the Response Centre, offering information and guidance, as well as providing support to other teams in the Trust.

We answer questions about membership, donations, policies, conservation, trees, animals and woodland in general. The range and complexity of the queries I answer means that every day is different. We never know what people are going to ask next, so there is never a dull moment. The nature of the role means that I am always discovering more about our projects, policies and partnerships, which offers me with an wider understanding and appreciation of our work.

Kerrie Jenkins, Ambassador, Woodland Trust

Ambassador - Kerrie

I work as an Ambassador for the Woodland Trust in an externally focussed role working with some of the Trust’s key donors and stakeholders, who support the cause generously with their time and money. Having this support is absolutely crucial to what we as an organisation can do.

The thing I love most about the Trust are the great people I get to meet, who passionately care about our countryside and want to make a difference. I really enjoy the variety of each week – one day in the office, the next spent in beautiful woodland showing people what their help has achieved – I find my job to be hugely rewarding.

Sounds great? Search for vacancies