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Bute Forest Ltd - Forester and a Forestry Assistant for Bute Community Forest 

Application Deadline: Friday 16th March 2012
The roles include:
• Implementing the forest management plan
• Milling the forests timber and producing items for sale locally including fences, sheds and benches and progressing to buildings and larger items
• Supervising volunteers to assist with the forest management and conservation
• Construction of basic forest facilities including paths, viewpoints and play facilities

This is an exciting project developing one of the UK’s largest community-owned forests for the enjoyment of local and international visitors. There is extensive scope for role development and progression.

Both posts are fixed term contracts for 1 year initially with the expectation that these posts will be made permanent.

The Forester role only is part of the TalentScotland Graduate Placement Programme and part funded by Highlands and Islands Enterprise and European Regional Development Fund who stipulate candidates must have graduated within the last 2 years.

No qualifications are required for the Forestry Assistant role.

Closing date: 16th March.

For more information & to apply see web link below or pop into the office on the seafront, next to Lloyds Pharmacy and Careers.


Web Link: www.buteforest.com/vacancies/
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