The Forestry Commission is the government department responsible for the protection and expansion of Britain's forests and woodlands. We work with a range of partners from private sector landowners to sports clubs, local communities to national businesses, on a whole host of recreation, regeneration and educational schemes. The range of opportunities covers research, commercial timber production, sustainability programmes and policy, as well as learning and leisure. We employ more than 3,000 people looking after the forests we manage and are the biggest provider of outdoor recreation in Britain. Typical roles are: Forest Officer, Administrative Officer, Civil Engineer, Landscape Architect, Programmers, HR, Wildlife Experts, Foresters, Communicators, Admin, Craftsmen, Educators, Machine Operators, Scientists, Managers and more. The Head Office is based in Edinburgh with offices also based around Scotland, England and Wales. Location for job opportunities is nationwide.