Forestry Graduate Scheme now open

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Would you like to become a Chartered Forester?

We’ve just opened up the process – do you know anyone who may be interested? At Davidson and Robertson, we offer a tailored Forestry Graduate Scheme, providing extensive training and support to all Graduates throughout their PME journey, on their way to becoming a Chartered Forester.

This year we see three individuals who began their journey at Davidson and Robertson hit another milestone within their career. Martin Hall joined the company 30 years ago beginning his journey as a Graduate and working his way up to Senior Director, whilst Niall Milner joined the company 20 years ago as a Graduate, and now Heads up our Property and Forestry Team and Chris Edmunds joined the company 10 years ago as a Graduate and is now a Director for Davidson and Robertson. Martin, Niall and Chris are testaments to the success of our Graduate Scheme here at Davidson and Robertson, and we hope that our Graduates applying will be our next generation of leaders.

Application Process

  • Applications open at 9am 15th December 2021
  • Applications close at 5pm on 14th January 2022

Stage 1 | CV and Cover Letter

Please submit your CV and cover letter to On your cover letter please include your three preferred locations, ranking them in order of the first being the most preferred option. Please go to the locations section of our website for more details. Your application shall be screened by Davidson and Robertson’s HR department. Please note that Forestry Graduates start date will be Spring 2022.

Stage 2 | Screening Interview

If your application is successful, you will be invited to a screening interview with a member of our HR department.

Stage 3 | Final Interview

If you are successful at stage 2, you will be invited to attend a final interview with a Director and Forestry Manager.


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