CJS Online: Scotland

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Scotland vacancies: all of Scotland, including the Western Isles, Orkney & Shetland.


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Voluntary roles can be found here.

Seasonal Ranger - Cairngorms National Park Authority

Salary: £17,993 - £23,914 (Band A1) plus excellent benefits such as flexitime, generous annual leave and a defined pension scheme to name just a few

Contract: Fixed Term, January 2020 to 30 September 2020

Working Hours: 37.5 hours per week, including weekends and evenings

Location: Grantown on Spey

Are you looking for a unique challenge to work in one of the most amazing places in the world? We have an exciting opportunity for a Seasonal Ranger to join our Conservation Team.

The Cairngorms National Park is one of the country’s most spectacular landscapes. Renowned for its mountains, it has at its centre a montane plateau higher than 1000m, it also has extensive native pine forests, extensive moorland and a rich and diverse cultural landscape along its straths and glens.

Centre Assistant / Trainee Instructor - Lochranza Field Studies & Activities Centre

We are looking for a Centre Assistant / Trainee Instructor to join our small team for 2020 season.  

We are an Outdoor Education Centre looking after around 75 young people a week located on the rather lovely Isle of Arran just off West Central Scotland.  

We teach a mix of Field Studies - Geography, Biology & Geology.  We also provide a range of outdoor activities - canoes, raft building, mountain biking, abseiling, archery, orienteering & geocaching.   Your role will be to work as a Centre Assistant throughout our departments - catering, housekeeping, activities & field studies. 

Assistant Investigations Officer - RSPB

Location: Flexible within Scotland

Salary starting at: £19,602 to £21,236 per annum

Hours: Full time / Contract: Permanent

The illegal killing of the birds of prey is a stain on the UK's reputation. It affects almost all of our raptor species, and particularly impacts those of high conservation concern such as the hen harrier, peregrine and golden eagle.

This role is working within a dedicated and unique team combatting this issue alongside partners including the Police and statutory agencies.