We have often wondered where all those Environmental Science graduates that new universities are so good at producing find employment on graduation. The answer, it seems, lies in the Guardian Society supplement, which, every week advertises pages of non-jobs in local councils that all seem to require environmental or earth sciences degrees.
One such job that stands out, from Buckinghamshire County Council, is our non-job of the week:
Natural Environment and Green Infrastructure Manager Planning and Environment Service
£32,697 - £37,278
Leading a team of professionals engaged in HIS, Landscape Characterisation and Biodiversity work. You will need to produce a Buckinghamshire Green Infrastructure Strategy and ensure that the Buckinghamshire Environmental Character System (BECs) and its various components are integrated into a single resource, and made available as a one stop GIS system.