Forestry England is an organisation like no other. Our strong values and shared ambition to connect everyone with the nation’s forests underpin all that we do.
We are uniquely placed to confront the climate emergency, tackle the nature crisis and support the nation’s health and wellbeing. Working for Forestry England is to be part of the solution to the challenges of our generation.
Civil engineering underpins the delivery of Forestry England’s operational activities. The infrastructure we build and maintain supports all that Forestry England delivers. From the supply of sustainably sourced timber, through to being the largest outdoor recreation provider in the country, civil engineering is vital to our success.
This post is an extremely varied and exciting opportunity to join the Forestry England Civil Engineering team. You will play a key role, advising on the management of Forestry England’s reservoirs and providing specialist water related technical advice.
Being part of Forestry England is to be part of a progressive and inclusive organisation, where you will work in and among some of the most diverse and spectacular natural environments in England. Our benefits include a generous holiday entitlement, substantial training, development and volunteering opportunities, flexible and blended working arrangements and membership of an excellent civil service pension scheme.
The post-holder delivers the technical content of standards, supports the research and development programme with expert knowledge, and provides specialist advice within RSSB and for our members.
This position is a unique opportunity to exercise your ASIC design skills on cutting edge designs. Working at Imagination Technologies means you’re a part of constant innovation. We design the key building blocks for market-leading chips that make your tech mobile, smart and connected. Now we’re taking things to a new level. Day to day, you’ll take responsibility for designing, optimizing, and debugging complicated hardware modules.
At this exciting time, as we approach our 200th Anniversary, we are seeking new Technical Committee members with experience in Safety, Sustainability, In Service Support and/or Production, who can bring their sector expertise and knowledge to this role to help guide our Engineering and Supply strategy.
This is an important role for the RNLI, supporting and providing advice to the Board of Trustees and using your expertise to help the Engineering and Supply team in shaping their strategy to meet short and long-term outputs.
Are you looking to return to Software/IT industry after a career break? We have opportunities available throughout the UK including positions for Software Developers and Software Engineers.
STEM Returners provide STEM Professionals with a supported route back into the career they worked hard to build.
The STEM Returners programmes have been designed to support people who have had a career break or are trying to transfer their skills in to a new sector or one they used to work in. We know that any gap in work experience or a move away from a sector or skill set makes it very hard to return or join through standard recruitment channels.
The roles in this programme tend to run on a 12 week work placement with a view to securing a permanent role at the end of that period.
As a candidate working with STEM Returners you have access to free CV writing and Interview coaching and if you are successful in securing the role you'll get access to a 12 month coaching or mentoring programme to help you thrive in the role.
To view and apply for current opportunities, please visit Returner Placements - STEM Returners