We are looking for someone to lead our wardening team both in terms of the planning and implementation of our ambitious conservation management objectives and on how we engage with our visitors and the local community. You must have a proven track record of strong people management skills, budget management, partnership working, community engagement, and ideally knowledge of open bog management, deer management and Highland estates.
Salary : £30,817 to £34,471
The Forsinard Flows National Nature Reserve consists of a huge expanse of designated blanket peatland, which is part of the largest terrestrial Special Area for Conservation in the UK.
This post leads in the delivery of all the habitat restoration, links strongly with research carried out here as well as the day to day running of the reserve and manages a team of dedicated Wardens. We are looking for someone with a proven track record of strong people management skills, contract management and ideally knowledge of forestry management, peatland ecosystems and Highland estates.
This post will help with the running of the Field Centre, education facilities and a laboratory, in order to help facilitate the continuation and growth of research work in the Flow Country, under the auspices of the Flows Research Hub. You will be based at the Field Centre and will need to oversee some aspects of running the building. The reserve also has a small visitor centre and a fantastic eye-catching lookout tower on the blanket bog.
Closing: 25 September 2020
Interview: 15 October 2020
To apply click here.