By Rebecca Fist/South Coast Register

The NSW National Parks workforce has braced itself for a restructure handed down by the state government that will see senior front-line jobs slashed.

The highly-skilled workforce is set for a downgrade, and South Coast rangers have been reeling at the ramifications of the change.

A major concern, aired by a South Coast National Parks ranger who asked not to be identified, is that the environment will suffer.

The ranger believes the pristine environment they have worked to maintain will be neglected.

In the restructure the state government will effectively create more unskilled, or low-skilled positions, starting at a salary of less than $300 per week, implement a glass ceiling over these roles, and butcher a number of top-level jobs…

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