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Blue bell woods, photo by Nicole Marina  

Working for us

Being a member of the Cotswolds National Landscape team gives you the opportunity to contribute directly to the work we do looking after the Cotswolds. We work with a number of communities and organisations which work together to keep this unique and valuable area of England special. We want to make sure this is a positive, vibrant organisation committed to delivering our aims and objectives as efficiently and effectively as possible.

If you are innovative and enthusiastic, with a flexible ‘can do’ attitude, then keep checking this page for recruitment opportunities!

Vacancies and opportunities

Outdoor Learning Officer

  • £24,000 – £27,000 per annum, dependant on experience.
  • Full-time (37 hours), 3-year fixed term contract.
  • Flexible working requests will be considered.

This role offers an exciting opportunity to join our team and help more children and young people access the countryside. Our work with schools and communities is growing, and this new role will enable us to expand and increase our reach. Working across the Cotswolds, the role-holder will work in partnership with a variety of organisations to create experiences that inspire and ignite a passion for nature.

  • To download the full job description and person specification, please click here.
  • To apply, please email your CV and supporting statement to
  • For an informal conversation about this role please call James Webb, Partnerships Lead, on 07815 195 610.
  • The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 17 June 2024. Interviews will be held during week commencing 8 July 2024.

Equal Opportunities
We are working to develop a more inclusive and equal opportunities recruitment process, so please note that an academic degree or equivalent is not an essential requirement for this role. We will welcome supporting statements in written format, short film format, or voice recordings. All supporting statements will be considered equally. Whatever your method, please ensure that you demonstrate your skills, experience, and suitability – and why you want the job.
We also welcome applications from people who are from ethnically diverse backgrounds or who are living with health conditions or disabilities.


Internal Auditor

We’re looking to appoint an Internal Auditor for the next 3 years. They will need previous experience with not-for-profit organisations or local authorities. We are audited under the JPAG regulations and anticipate 5-10 days annual commitment. If you have the skills and experience and are a good fit, please submit your proposal to us by no later than 24 May 2024. For any further information and to request the quotation document, please contact our Head of Finance on


Diversity Statement. We’re building a culture where diversity is valued, and we can all be ourselves. We still have work to do but are strongly committed to inclusive practices which demonstrate fairness, equality and anti-racism in everything we do. We will not tolerate less favourable treatment of anyone, especially those with legally protected characteristics, and welcome applications from all sections of communities.

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