Get an eco job

If you want to bounce out of bed in the morning for a job you love, the green economy is the best place to be.

Why go green?

The green sector is an exciting, growing place to be. With the current climate emergency green jobs are on the rise and new areas emerging. The low-carbon sector could grow four times faster than the rest of the economy, potentially creating up to 2 million ‘green collar’ jobs by 2030 so this is a great time to launch your eco-career.

But the demand for jobs in this sector is high, so you need to make sure that your experience and CV are up to scratch to stand a chance. Your skills are always transferable, but the best way to gain sector experience is to volunteer with an organisation in the field you would like to work in .

Current job opportunities in the Forth Valley

There aren't any Green Sector jobs in the Forth Valley at the moment, but if you can stretch a bit further, here are some in the Central Belt instead.

Climate Action Intern – Stirling

Keep Scotland Beautiful have an exciting internship opportunity for a creative and enthusiastic individual with strong organisation and communication skills to join our team. It will provide an opportunity for you to play a key role in supporting and developing our climate change activity across all areas of our charity.

Closing date: Tuesday, 20th October 2020


Fixed term to 31 March 2021

Find jobs online

There are many online job sites, most of which will include a range of eco jobs from the public and private sectors, but if you’d like to use your skills and experience to help others by working in a charity or third sector organisation, then GoodMoves.org.uk is the place to go.

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