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National Trust for Scotland

Path Worker


Full time, Permanent

Location: Based at Glencoe, but working on all upland property sites across the Trust as required.

To maintain the Trust’s upland path network through targeted restoration and maintenance tasks.  Under the day-to-day direction of the path team leader and in liaison with others as necessary, the work will include clearing drains, re-surfacing works, repairs to damaged stone work and all aspects of upland path construction and maintenance works.

  • Delete Date: 25/06/2019
  • Location: Glencoe
  • Posted: 28/05/2019
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Volunteer Roles

JOB: Conservation Volunteers

BE4: Ongoing

LOC: All over Scotland

PAY: 0

FOR: National Trust for Scotland

NTS is always on the lookout for enthusiastic volunteers to join our Conservation Volunteer Groups based in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Aberdeen & Inverness. You will have the opportunity to learn new skills & work in beautiful gardens & stunning countryside throughout Scotland. Must be over 18 & reasonably fit. ASK: Contact Julie Bond, 0131 4580315, jbond@nts.org.uk

JOB: Volunteer Ranger

BE4: N / A

IV: 28/06/2019

LOC: Balmacara Estate, Northwest Highlands

PAY: Training & accommodation

FOR: National Trust for Scotland

The Balmacara Estate takes in the western end of the Lochalsh peninsula, and includes native woodland, open moorland, sheltered bays and pretty crofting villages. This is an exciting opportunity for you to gain valuable practical experience in a wide range of estate management and conservation tasks. You will also have the chance to work in some of Scotland’s most spectacular and beautiful scenery and be involved in outdoor work that will directly enhance and benefit the biodiversity of the area. Ideally full-time for 6-12 months, but negotiable. Essential: current clean driving licence. Desirable: degree or vocational qualification in an environment, agriculture or forestry related subject; other equivalent qualifications or practical experience in related fields; current Pesticide Application (PA1 and PA6) certification; appropriate current chainsaw / tree-work certification and recent practical experience. ASK: For more information and to apply contact Iain Turnbull, iturnbull@nts.org.uk 01599 566325.

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