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Countryside Jobs Service Weekly

The Original, Weekly for Countryside Staff.  First published in July 1994.


Countryside Management Countryside Rangers Association

Endorsed by the Scottish Countryside Rangers Association & the Countryside Management Association

What is CJS Weekly?

The original Countryside Jobs Service, first published in July 1994.

As the name suggests it is published weekly, every Friday.  Each edition contains job adverts - more than online - volunteers opportunities, the news from the week in full plus regular updates on the latest training courses and professional events; articles written specifically for by CJS from our Featured Charity, in depth features from countryside organisations and sometimes by CJS staff.  All in one handy package delivered direct to your inbox on Friday or in hard copy to your desk on Mondays.

Sounds fantastic - how do I get a copy?

You can request a sample copy here.

Or sign up now to join thousands of like-minded countryside professionals receiving a regular copy (If you're volunteering ask your co-ordinator about CJS, many charities like RSPB and National Trust have group subscriptions for their vols to use).

What if I don't like it or get a job?

Simply contact the CJS Team and we'll cancel your subscription and refund the remainder (or you can be generous and donate it to our featured charity)

This is our CJS promise: Your satisfaction or a refund - no quibble.

How much does it cost?

Just 50p a week for a minimum of 5 weeks or £3.30 per week if you want a print copy by post.

Why should I pay when so much is freely available online?

You're a countryside professional - you didn't get into outdoor and conservation work to spend hours indoors infront of a computer trawling the internet for the hint of a job.  Sign up to CJS Weekly to receive a regular up to date package of jobs, news etc and you can get on with doing more of what you love.

Not convinced?  Like some more information?

We can do that too, 

Ready to sign up?

Needs some help?

Read our Helpful Hints for applicants. Covering everything from your first tentative steps into the sector to being interviewed.