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Employment Opportunities


We currently have no vacancies within The National Forest Company.


Training Opportunities

Find out about Nationally-recognised Diplomas in Work-based Environmental Conservation run by The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) in The National Forest.


Volunteering Opportunities

If you are interested in volunteering opportunities in The National Forest, please see volunteering opportunities for more information.


Other Oppertunities of Interest

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is seeking a Project Manager for it's Central Rivers Initiative

Full details of this position can be found here

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13 Oct 2014

Demand for Grown in Britain Timber Increases

The National Forest Company welcomes Grown in Britain Week. Grown in Britain brings together everyone who values our forests, woods and trees and the products we can make from the wood they produce.

08 Oct 2014

New opportunity for people in Leicestershire to help create The National Forest

A new woodland is about to be created in The National Forest and the National Forest Company is hoping the people of Leicester and Leicestershire will get involved and help it take shape.

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31 Oct 2014

Aldersbrook Cottage

Uttoxeter, Staffordshire

A fabulous opportunity to relax in a lovingly restored cottage in secluded surroundings.

31 Oct 2014

Donington le Heath Manor House

Coalville, Leicestershire

Visit this lovely 13thCentury manor house and enjoy the 17thCentury garden, exciting living history and hands-on events, and find out more about living in Medieval, Tudor and Stuart times. Assistance dogs only.

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29 Oct 2014

Calke Explore!

Calke Explore! at the National Trust’s Calke Abbey proved to be a big hit this summer. The play space was a new woodland experience designed to get visitors outdoors and closer to nature.

01 Sep 2014

The National Forest Wood Fair in the rain

It was a blessing it hadn’t rained in the night. But 6am arrived and the first spots started. I bravely tweeted “Come and walk the National Forest Way in the dry!” - referring to the miniature version of the route we had laid out in the shelter of our marquee - and set off to the site.

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