This exciting post affords a varied workload to help NatureScot deliver its policies and priorities in Argyll & Outer Hebrides.  The post will principally be working within Mid-Argyll and Kintyre, but will also support work in other parts of Argyll and there will be an expectation of being able to work flexibly throughout the area. The post holder will tackle a diverse portfolio of tasks relating to both land/freshwater and coastal/marine management.  The key tasks of this post will focus on development control casework, managing the Kintyre Local Goose Management Scheme, Agri-Environment and Climate Scheme delivery, and protected areas casework. The post will also involve proactive work to address climate change and reverse biodiversity loss. Key Responsibilities and A

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