SCOTTISH Woodlands is searching for a forest manager to run its operations in Ballymena, Northern Ireland. 

It is one of several openings in the sector this week that shouldn't be missed. 

As a key member of a team operating in a commercial environment, the role involves all aspects of woodland establishment, restructuring and management from planning through to implementation of operations. The position includes the opportunity to manage a range of woodland types, liaise with clients, prepare and manage budgets, report writing, grant scheme applications, cost control, planning of operations and site supervision.

To be successful in this role you must be professional, self-motivated and be capable of working on your own and as part of a team. You will have proven operational experience in a similar role where you have been involved with the woodland management. You will be highly organised with excellent communication skills, be IT literate and have a sound knowledge of silviculture. Experience of working with contractors, project management and managing health & safety are all highly desirable.

Professional membership of the Institute of Chartered Foresters or another relevant professional body is desirable. Candidates must also have a current driving licence to perform the remit of the role.


Closing date: April 14

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