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Forestry Commission




Forest Centre Operations Manager (High Lodge)

Location: High Lodge, Brandon

Salary/grade:  £29,695 - £32,811 PB 5 (Ops)

Build the success of High Lodge, Thetford Forest

As a Non-Ministerial Government Department, The Forestry Commission (FC) offers a valuable service to the nation. Managing and protecting woods and forests across the country, we are committed to ensuring that every generation will continue to enjoy the opportunities that these natural habitats afford. From recreation to providing a sustainable source of timber, our work is far-reaching and fascinating.


  • Closing Date: 29/07/2018
  • Location: High Lodge, Brandon
  • Posted: 13/07/2018
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Harvesting & Marketing Forester

Kielder Forest

£29,695 - £32,811

Purpose of the Job: To manage the Forest Enterprise harvesting fleet to produce an annual programme of 150,000 m3


  • Closing Date: 29/07/2018
  • Location: Kielder Forest
  • Posted: 13/07/2018
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Volunteer Roles

JOB: Visitor Experience Volunteer

BE4: N / A

LOC: Dalby Forest, North Yorkshire

PAY: All training provided

FOR: Forestry Commission

Help our visitors get the most out of Dalby & present a knowledgeable & enthusiastic welcome to the public. You could be giving general information about the facilities, advising on the best cycle trail or explaining where to spot the Gruffalo! Dalby is a special place to many people & we always want to provide a top quality experience for our hundreds of thousands of visitors. Your knowledge of Dalby, combined with warm enthusiasm, will be the icing on the cake to make a good day a great one. Volunteering with us is a great way to get outside, meet people, learn something new & develop new skills, all in the beautiful setting of Dalby Forest. We’re looking for volunteers during our busiest times, weekends & school holidays. ASK: volunteering.yorkshire@forestry.gsi.gov.uk





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