Wildlife Ranger, Glentress and Hawick - Forestry and Land Scotland
£24,388 - £25,752, plus benefits
It’s an exciting time for us here at Forestry and Land Scotland. As we continue to grow as a new agency of the Scottish Government, we are looking for two Wildlife Rangers to join us on our journey.
This is a great opportunity to work in an area of Scotland that is renowned for its stunning scenery and land based outdoor pursuits, so if you are passionate about working on the land and wildlife management we want to hear from you.
Forest Planner and Work Programme Coordinator, Newton Stewart and Ae - Forestry and Land Scotland
£27,297 - £29,281, plus benefits
Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) is an agency of the Scottish Government. We’re looking for enthusiastic, practical, creative people to join the South Region planning team to help shape the future of Scotland’s forests and land.
Our South Region is one of five within FLS and covers some of the most beautiful scenery including the Isle of Arran, Galloway and Ae Forests. We produce approximately 1 million cubic metres of conifer timber annually with a correspondingly large restock programme, roading programme and an increasing thinning programme.
Forest Management & Stewardship Craftperson - Forestry and Land Scotland
Aberfoyle, Glenbranter, West Calder
£20,955 - £22,171, plus benefits
The Central Region within Forestry and Land Scotland covers a wide geographical area, from Tydrum in the north to Whitelee in the south. All of Forestry and Land Scotland woodlands in the Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park and Central Scotland’s urban woodlands are contained within Central Region.