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Englefield Estate

Job Opportunities

Englefield Estate

Job Opportunities

Englefield Estate

Job Opportunities


Assistant Forester 

Englefield Estate, Berkshire

In partnership with the Royal Forestry Society, Englefield Estate is seeking a positive and hard-working Assistant Forester to join the team.

The Assistant Forester’s primary role is to support the Foresters and the Forestry Manager in the delivery of the forest and woodland management across the Estate.

The role is a hands on, practical position carrying out forestry management activities that enhance the Estate’s woodlands in respect of economic, environmental and amenity considerations.

The Assistant Forester may also be involved in external contracting where appropriate, working on woodlands or Estates not owned by The Englefield Estate.

For more information about the role, the Forestry Roots traineeships and the application process, please click here to visit the Royal Forestry Society website.

About us

We are a long established, family-owned business managing a diverse range of land and property interests. We take pride in our heritage, including the contribution we make to the local economy, the environment and local communities.

The Estate

The Englefield Estate manages 14,000 acres of mainly rural land and property in West Berkshire. We are hands on in the management of our farming, forestry and property interests and take a long-term view of good stewardship, investment and building strong local relationships.


The Englefield Estate has never operated in isolation. We are acutely aware of the importance of being good neighbours and playing an active role in matters that affect the community.