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We asked Kevin Power from Forestry Careers Ireland to give some advice for people considering this job:

Kevin Power

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Forestry Careers Ireland

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Kevin Power
Be flexible and adaptable as sometimes you will be asked to work outside of your comfort zone. Have a good understanding of harvesting and establishment processes before working in this area.
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There is no shortage of interesting work to get involved in and there is excellent support with someone always available to answer any queries or concerns I have. I also really like the atmosphere of a large firm.

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