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|Job Description||Date Posted||Location||Salary|
|The RSPB - Merlin Support Analyst||01/04/2014||Bedfordshire||£18-20k|
|Ordnance Survey - Graduate Scheme||01/04/2014||Any||£Comp|
|ExxonMobil - Summer Placement||01/04/2014||Any||£Comp|
|National Trust - PT Roles||Closed||Any||£Varies|
|Graduate Technical Officer||Closed||Berkshire||£20-24k|
|Graduate Geo-environmental Consultant||Closed||Somerset||c£18k|
|Graduate Geo-environmental/Geotechnical Consultant||Closed||Staffordshire||£18k|
Estimated graduate starting salary: £11,000 - £22,000
Typical salary after training: £18,000 - £45,000
What is meant when referring to the environmental and land-based industries? Well, it means areas as diverse as traditional agriculture and horticulture, through to fields like animal care and environmental conservation, to landscaping and even floristry. The full range of industries provide a vast range of opportunities in graduate environmental jobs, and can offer you the chance to develop both hands-on and technical skills in exciting, constantly changing and highly specialised areas. And as new technology within the graduate environmental jobs sector advances...
Read the Environment industry profile
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