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CSFT GIS and Data Officer Vacancy

GIS Vacancy

CSFT's GIS & Data Officer position offers a great opportunity for an enthusiastic, proactive individual who is currently seeking to enhance their GIS experience and level of responsibility within a wide-ranging remit.

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GCV Green Network Partnership Project Co-ordinator Vacancy

GCVGN

The Seven Lochs Heritage Project will protect, enhance and increase involvement in, and enjoyment of, the natural, built and landscape heritage of the Gartloch/Gartcosh area, focusing on heritage within the boundary of the Seven Lochs Wetland Park - a new, 20 sq km park of national significance which spans the Glasgow City/North Lanarkshire council boundary.

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Scotland's Finest Woods Awards 2014

Scotland's Finest Woods Awards

Scotland's Finest Woods Awards 2014 are organised by Scottish Finest Woods to highlight good wood management practices and to showcase how woods and forests contribute to the health and wellbeing of Scotland’s people.

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Medal Routes - Making it easier to go for a walk in the CSGN

Since the Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) was first set up, a priority of this initiative has been to make sure there are better opportunities to walk, or cycle, between and around communities and to enjoy local parks and greenspaces. The Ramblers Scotland Medal Routes project helps to support this priority, as it is all about making sure everyone can find short walks close to home.

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Training for better greenspace and job opportunities

training for better

Although there are tentative signs that the Scottish labour market is starting to recover, youth unemployment remains a key concern. Unemployed young people represent a costly and underused resource. The Prince’s Trust estimated that in 2010, youth unemployment was costing the UK economy more than £155 million per week in benefits payments and lost productivity, the costs of youth crime were put at another £23 million per week.  

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