Natural resources in Wales are fantastic - rugged mountains and woodlands, beautiful landscapes and coastlines, and amazing wildlife.
They are vital for our survival and provide us with the basic things we need to live: clean air, clean water, and food. They create jobs for thousands of people like farmers, foresters, and tourist operators, creating wealth and prosperity.
They give us all a better quality of life and opportunities to enjoy the outdoors against a backdrop of Wales’ natural beauty and heritage. People come from far and wide to experience them. They are intrinsically linked with Welsh culture and language.
It’s our job in Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to look after these natural resources and what they provide for us: to help reduce the risk to people and properties of flooding and pollution; to look after special places for well-being, wildlife and timber; and to work with others to help us all to manage them sustainably. The people who work here in NRW have the knowledge, expertise, and passion to help make the sustainable management of natural resources a reality.
Despite the current situation with regards COVID19 - recruitment is still progressing and interviews will be undertaken by Teams
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|Flood Forecasting Team Leader||
|£44,842-£49,525||13 July 2021|
|Forest Regulation and Tree Health Officer||
Flexible within Mid Wales
|£26,474-£30,086||11 July 2021|
|Senior Specialist Lawyer x 2||
|£44,842-£49-525||11 July 2021|
|£26,474-£30,086||4 July 2021|
Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre, near Dolgellau, Gwynedd
|£18,391-£19,107||29 June 2021|
|User Research Specialist Adviser||
|£35,288-£38,597||29 June 2021|
|Projects & Programme Delivery Advisor||
|£30,873-£34,218||28 June 2021|
|Carriers Brokers Officer||
|£30,873-£34,218||27 June 2021|