This could be providing expert opinion on the landscape type (e.g. moorland, agriculture) to interested parties, running a project to enhance and promote a landscape type covering everything from initial project set up to writing and presenting a final report on the success (or otherwise) of the project. Expect to include elements of ecology and biodiversity, countryside management, arboriculture and agriculture.
Practical roles are also available.
Landscape Management includes coastal, riparian and marine management.
Typical jobs include Living Landscape Project Officer, Landscape Officer, Countryside Officer, River Restoration Officer the National Careers Service has role profiles of all of these and many more (click the links)
See current vacancies advertised with CJS here.
To gain the experience required volunteering is frequently a good start.
See current volunteering opportunities advertised with CJS here.
There are many different skills and qualifications required to work in landscape management and vary according to whether you're in an overview / project management or practical role and the type of landscape.
If you're thinking of a career in landscape management there are details of longer courses in land and countryside management, arboriculture and agriculture on the Training Directory.
Virtual Fencing, a Conservation Graze-Changer?, BCP Council
This is Archaeology, Council for British Archaeology
Landowner Estates Pushing Tenants Out for Tree Planting, Tenant Farmers Association
In the heart of South West England, North Devon Biosphere
River restoration holds the key to a sustainable future for fishing, The Rivers Trust
Shifting Sands – Back from the Brink, Natural England
How land managers can work to reduce the chances of an accidental fire being started by visitors, North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service
Leaving a legacy, looking to the future, BASC
National Parks - 70 years on: 'if you make it about the people, you protect the place', Campaign for National Parks
Surrey Countryside Partnerships - for healthy habitats & people participation
The resurgence of traditional countryside management methods, reasons and benefits, SRUC
Fifth article: Caring for Sites of Special Scientific Interest at the Canal & River Trust
Road verges are a refuge for some of our rarest plants - Plantlife (Featured Charity 2017)
River Restoration and Habitat Enhancement, River Restoration Centre