Voluntary Opportunities: Rights of Way

Public Footpath signpost on cliff overlooking a sea bay (image: Phil Hearing on unsplash)

Rights of Way voluntary roles: access and all public rights of way related work such as checking access on routes

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JOB: Volunteer Countryside Ranger x 3
BE4: 03-02-2020
LOC: Glencoe, Scotland
PAY: Shared accommodation & on-the-job training
FOR: National Trust for Scotland

23 March 2020 to end of October. In these exciting opportunities, you will learn about practical countryside management as part of the Ranger team. Tasks may include footpath maintenance, tree nursery work, ecological surveys and visitor engagement (e.g. leading walks and visiting schools). Applicants available for the whole season will be favoured. Some relevant knowledge and experience are expected, but a passion for wildlife and a willingness to learn are essential. Volunteer Rangers must be able to work under their own initiative and have good communication skills. Strenuous hill walking and working outdoors in all weathers are part of the roles. You should be happy working and living in a remote place. A full clean driving licence is required. The positions are subject to a Disclosure Scotland (PVG) check. Please contact James Banks: or 01855 812018 for further details.