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Coillte Forestry Graduate Programme Now Open

Closing Date: 7 April 2019

Coillte Forestry Graduate Programme Now Open

Coillte is now offering recently qualified Forestry & Engineering graduates a two year placement to gain invaluable experience across its forestry division.

Graduates will be provided with placements in the areas of Resource Optimisation Analysis & Planning, Harvesting & Operations Management, Road Construction Management, Commercial Supply Chain or Financial Planning & Analysis.

This programme provides graduates with the opportunity to apply their technical learning and further develops their skills and competencies within an exciting and customer focused forestry business.

LOCATION
Roles will be located nationwide

REMUNERATION
Starting salary of €28,000

HOURS OF WORK
41 Hours per week

APPLICATIONS OPEN
04 March - 07 April 2019

Visit www.coillte.ie/careers to apply.


At Coillte we are privileged to be custodians of 7% of Ireland’s land. The forest industry will double in size over the next 10 years and Coillte will be at the core with an innovative supply chain and a consistent reinvestment in the next generation of forests.

Full details on Coillte's Forestry Graduate Programme can be found here

 

 

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