Countryside Ranger Apprentice

North York Moors National Park Authority

We are now looking for a Countryside Ranger Apprentice to join us on a full-time basis at our
Danby Lodge National Park Centre.

The Benefits

– National minimum wage for your age up to £18,327 per annum

– Vehicle provided for work use

– Up to 30 days’ annual leave, plus eight public holidays

– Excellent training and development opportunities

If you are keen on a career working within the environmental sector, this is the unmissable
stepping-stone you have been waiting for!

Not only is it a chance to get the kind of real experience and genuine support that can help
you choose exactly where you want to go next, but you will also be receiving the training to
build a core set of skills that will make you attractive to any future employers.

The Role

As a Countryside Ranger Apprentice, you will help to deliver a programme of prioritised
maintenance on public rights of way and properties in the National Park.

You will organise and plan tasks, while developing your confidence and practical skills.

Additionally, you will:

  •  Quantify and ensure the availability of materials, equipment, and other resources
  • Lead and supervise volunteers and Level 2 apprentices on practical work tasks
  • Ensure compliance with our health and safety policies and practices

About You

To be considered as a Countryside Ranger Apprentice, you will need:

  • Distinction in a related Level 2 Apprenticeship or equivalent
  • Some experience carrying out a range of practical land management tasks, including fencing,
    walling, installing gates, stiles, tree planting etc.,
  • Good people skills as you will be working with a range of people and meeting the general
    public while out on site
  • Certified competence in the use of powered tools and equipment would be helpful but not
  • A full, valid driving licence

Hours of work are 8.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

Other organisations may call this role Trainee Ranger, Land Ranger Apprentice, Park Ranger
Apprentice, or Community Ranger Apprentice.

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