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Knoydart Foundation Ranger Service - Ranger 

Application Deadline: Friday 10th October 2014
37.5 hours a week. Funded until March 2016 with extension subject to funding.
Salary 17238
Following the departure of our current ranger, we are looking for an enthusiastic and committed individual to take forward this role.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work for the community owned Knoydart Foundation, and to play an active role in its future. You will work on a variety of projects ranging from running guided walks, organising volunteer sessions through to habitat monitoring. You need to actively enjoy working with a variety of people and be able to communicate well with them.

The Knoydart Foundation is a community land owner based on the west coast of Scotland, just to the north east of Mallaig.

The post is currently supported by Scottish Natural heritage and local funding.

For an application pack, contact cath@knoydart.org
Closing date for applications is Friday 10th October. Email applications acceptable.

They anticipate interviews will take place week starting 13th October.

If possible we would like our successful candidate to be able spend a couple of days with our current ranger before he leaves on 5th November, and, if possible, attend the Scottish Countryside Rangers Association annual conference at Culzean on 6th - 7th November.

Web Link: www.knoydart-foundation.com/jobs/ranger/
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