Environment jobs in Scotland.The environmental sector is one of the fastest growing industries in Scotland. The importance of environmental protection and developments in technology have led to a dramatic increase in the number of environment jobs now available.
Popular jobs in this sector include working as an environmental consultant, an analyst, scientist or sustainability advisor. As well as spending time outdoors you will be expected to file reports and give professional recommendations.
Employers range from private consultancies to charitable organisations and public sector bodies. For instance if you are a landscape architect or woodland officer working for a National Park would be ideal. Similarly, local councils often have vacancies for ecologists, wardens and environmental health officers.
If you want to break into the environmental industry in Scotland gaining experience is key. Some larger organisations offer internships but voluntary work or even shadowing a professional can be just as valuable. Many people who take on a temporary job in the environmental sector also go on to find full-time employment. By receiving training, building up contacts and gaining hands-on experience, you can very quickly earn a reputation as a dedicated and hard-working employee.
Today there is also increasing demand for environmental professionals in the renewable energy sector. If you already have some environmental experience, making a sideways move into this growing industry could lead to a great career. You’ll find both junior level and senior level positions in the renewable energy sector available throughout Scotland. For more information on the latest positions available in the environment sector search the Scotjobsnet site now.
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