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10 days ago

Senior HR Manager

Forestry Commission Bristol, England

Senior HR Manager Bristol - 38,304 - 42,586 plus benefits Appointments to the Forestry Commission are made at the entry level of the salary quoted… Adzuna


2 days ago

0325 Forest Craftsperson – new

Forestry Commission Keswick, VA +2 locations

Purpose of the Job The post holder will work as part of a two person team to help maintain and enhance the Forestry Commission estate using a full… Glassdoor


9 days ago

0424 Administrative Officer (Plant Health) - PB6b

Forestry Commission Bristol, England

The Forest Services Plant Health Team (FS PH) is part of Forestry Commission England (FCE). Our work is specifically directed at improving and… Glassdoor


9 days ago

0456 Head of Finance, Forest Enterprise England - PB2, Inverness

Forestry Commission Edinburgh, Scotland

Forest Enterprise Scotland (FES) is an Executive Agency of the Forestry Commission and manages the National Forest Estate in Scotland. It is a Public… Glassdoor


11 days ago

0338 Graphic Designer, Part Time - PB5

Forestry Commission Bristol, England

This is a part time post for 22.5 hours per week. The working pattern will be 3 days at 7.5 hours. The salary stated in above is the full time… Glassdoor


9 days ago

0406 Project Officer (2 Year Fixed Term Appointment) - PB5

Forestry Commission Bristol, England

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure check in line with HMG Baseline Personnel Security Standard. Background… Glassdoor


11 days ago

0447 Senior HR Manager (3 Year Fixed Term Appointment) - PB3

Forestry Commission Bristol, England

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure check in line with HMG Baseline Personnel Security Standard… Glassdoor


3 days ago

0417 H&M Works Supervisor - PB6a, Newton Stewart – new

Forestry Commission Edinburgh, Scotland

Galloway Forest District is located in South West Scotland and is headed by Rob Souter as Forest District Manager. The post is based in the… Glassdoor


24 days ago

0325 Forest Craftsperson - PB6b, Peil Wyke, Cumbria

Forestry Commission Bristol, England

The successful candidate will be expected to work a 9 day fortnight, i.e. Monday to Thursday, 7:30 -16:15 and alternate Fridays… Glassdoor


3 days ago

0439 Administrative Officer, Part Time - PB6b, Inverness – new

Forestry Commission Edinburgh, Scotland

This is a part time post for 14.5 hours per week. The working pattern will be Thursday 08:30 to 17:00 and Friday 08:30 to 16:30. The salary stated in… Glassdoor


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    I worked at Forestry Commission

    Pros

    Excellent training and development opportunities. Wonderful colleagues who are passionate about their work. Lots of trips to the woods. Opportunity to work alongside some prominent experts in the field. Decent pay and a decent pension.

    Cons

    Some of the executive board members are very risk adverse and find too much comfort in processes. Following restructuring, a lot of people have left and there is a lot of dead wood (pardon the pun) around, ie a lot of people have been recycled into other positions. On the bright side, there are one or two very good senior managers who really get it. If you're able to find a position in their team, you will find innovative ways of delivering government policy effectively.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start thinking innovation and outside the traditional forestry box! And the advice to the government: your recruitment policies (no external recruitment) are diminishing the quality of your civil service....There are other ways to reduce your workforce. Please reconsider!

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