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The National Park Authority recognise Gaelic as an asset to the organisation and we encourage Gaelic speakers to apply for all posts.

Tha Ùghdarras na Pàirce Nàiseanta ag aithneachadh na Gàidhlig mar stòras luachmhor dhan bhuidhinn is bidh sinn a’ brosnachadh luchd-labhairt na Gàidhlig gus a’ cur a-steach airson a h-uile dreuchd.

 

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Blended Working

For some of our roles, we’re moving towards a blended working approach, which combines home-working with some time at our offices, either Ballater or Grantown on Spey (headquarters) within the Cairngorms National Park.

Recruitment Policy

To see the CNPA approach to recruitment and selection, please view our Recruitment Policy.

The Cairngorms National Park Authority is a Top 10 Flexible Employer!

The Cairngorms National Park Authority has recently been announced as one of “Scotland’s Top 10 Flexible Employers”. This recognises our ongoing commitment to being a progressive and flexible employer.

 

Closing date: Evening Sunday 17 July 2022

We now have an exciting opportunity for a Cairngorms 2030 Programme Manager (Learning and Evaluation) to join the CNPA, deputising for the Head of Heritage Horizons: Cairngorms 2030 in the management of the overall programme delivery, whilst having specific responsibility to develop and implement the planned research, programme monitoring and evaluation, and knowledge exchange elements of Cairngorms 2030 (funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and CNPA).

Closing date: Evening Sunday 17 July 2022

We now have an exciting opportunity for 2 Peatland Officers to join the CNPA, identifying suitable projects which can reduce loss of carbon or promote carbon storage, restore peatland function, improve habitats and biodiversity, and increase the rate and scale of peatland restoration.

Closing date: Evening Sunday 17 July 2022

We now have an exciting opportunity for a Planning Ecological Advice Officer to join the CNPA, supporting the delivery of the CNPA’s Planning Service and an ongoing programme of work to prepare, implement, monitor and review the Local Development Plan and National Park Partnership Plan, as well as supporting the provision of ecological and natural heritage advice across the planning service.

Closing date: Evening Sunday 17 July 2022

We now have an exciting opportunity for a Reception & Administration Assistant to join the CNPA, to be the public face of the organisation at our Grantown on Spey headquarters and support the administration service that our Administrative Team provide.