IT'S a job for people with a taste for history or the great outdoors.
And vacancies are available.
The National Trust is appealing for volunteers to sign up for three-year training apprenticeships for wardens and gardeners.
David Finnis, the trust's property manager at Marsden Moor, said: "The apprenticeship is a very good training scheme.
"It leads to NVQ Levels 2 and 3 in environmental conservation and eventually to an advanced modern apprenticeship qualification."
Throughout the three-year training the National Trust pays an annual salary of £8,565.
About 10 weeks a year will be spent at Bicton College in Devon. People living away from home will be expected to find their own accommodation.
A temporary staff card will be issued at the start of employment. It gives free admission to all trust properties.
School-leavers will need to have GCSE qualifications at grade C or above in English, maths, a science and one other academic subject.
The posts are also open to mature people seeking a career change who possess equivalent or non- related educational qualifications.
They may also have some knowledge or experience of gardening or countryside management gained through hobbies, work or volunteering.
For more information, ring the trust on 01793 462948.