Countryside officers manage, protect and improve the rural environment.
There will be
3% more Countryside officer jobs in 2023.
In your local area
You’ll work on environmental improvements and conservation management.
You could also be responsible for making sure the public have access to the countryside.
Your day-to-day duties could include:
Employers will usually expect you to have an HND, foundation degree or degree in a relevant subject like:
Paid or unpaid work experience may also be useful. Organisations like The Conservation Volunteers, Groundwork, National Trust and The Wildlife Trusts offer training for volunteers.
You could get into this job through an environmental conservation apprenticeship.
Starter salary: £18,000
Experienced salary: £30,000These figures are a guide.
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