Create Volunteer Profile



To register your interest in volunteering with us, for both our mink project and our invasive plant project, please complete the information below.  

 

N.B. Volunteer opportunities are only available in our project area of Highland/Eastern Perthshire, Angus, Aberdeenshire, Moray & Highland - view project area.

 

We will review your details and put you in touch with your local contact, who will get back in touch directly to discuss opportunities in your local area. 

 

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us at sisi@nature.scot 

 

When the form has been submitted you will see a green confirmation message on the screen. If you don't see this please check you have completed all fields and click the 'Create Volunteer Profile' button again.


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Volunteer First Name:*
Volunteer Last Name:*
Volunteer Address:*
Volunteer Address Line 2:
Volunteer City/Town:*
Volunteer County:*
Volunteer Post Code:*
Volunteer E-mail:*
Confirm E-mail:*
Volunteer Password:*
Confirm Password:*
Volunteer Primary Phone:*
Volunteer Alternate Phone:
Volunteer Birth Date:*
Volunteer Age Group:*
Emergency Contact Name:*
Emergency Contact Phone:*
Any health issues/disabilities/allergies etc that you would like to make us aware of?* (1000 character max)
Volunteer Interests:*
Do you have any relevant skills, training or experience? (1000 character max)
Where did you hear about us?
Please tell us what you hope to gain from volunteering with us?*
Do you have any criminal convictions which are unspent?*
I would like to receive the SISI newsletter/news updates by email:*

Data Protection

The Scottish Invasive Species Initiative (SISI) respects your privacy and will process any personal data for the purpose of your volunteering activity and maintaining records.

All the information will be held in the strictest confidence and will be retained until the end of the SISI project.

Your personal data will be held by both the SISI project, the joint project partner (i.e. local fishery trust) and on the CERVIS database. We will not provide your personal data to any third party except where we have a legitimate interest or statutory obligation to do so.

To find out more please view our privacy notice (online at www.invasivespecies.scot)

Photography

The Scottish Invasive Species Initiative shares images of its activities - including volunteers at work - on digital platforms and in publications. If you do not which to appear in such images please make this known to the activity leader and ensure to exclude yourself from the shot when photographs are being taken.