Salary: £36,000 per year, pro-rated to two days per week
Contract: One-year contract for 16 hours per week; subject to a three-month probationary period.
Workplace: Working from home, ideally within 60 minutes of Glasgow or Edinburgh by train.
Closing date: 26 November
The Environmental Funders Network (EFN) (www.greenfunders.org) brings together more than 200 trusts, foundations and individuals making grants on environmental and conservation issues. Their mission is to increase the overall level of financial support for environmental causes and to help increase the effectiveness of environmental philanthropy.
EFN are now recruiting for a Scotland Cooordinator to establish a programme to network established environmental donors (foundations, trusts and individual donors) in Scotland, and cultivate new donors to support environmental work here and abroad. EFN’s goals are to increase both environmental funding and its efficacy. The role and programme are EFN’s response to the findings of their 2017 report Where the Green Grants Went Scotland. You can read the full job description here.
Applicants will need to email their CV and covering letter (detailing relevant experience and skills, stating why they want the position and including details of availability) to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business on Monday 26 November. First round screening interviews will be conducted in Edinburgh on the afternoon of Tuesday 3 December 2019.
Land Use Partnerships Project Manager, Scottish Land Commission
Salary: £37,418 – £44,801
Contract: Fixed term 12 months (secondment opportunities will be considered)
Workplace: Longman House, Inverness
Closing Date: 29 November
Reporting to the Chief Executive, the role will lead a new fixed term workstream to develop proposals for regional land use partnerships.
This is an exciting opportunity that will need to deliver at pace, drawn on wide stakeholder experience and interest and engage in challenging questions about how best regional land use partnerships can be established with sufficient traction and impact.
The successful candidate will possess a degree or equivalent professional experience in a relevant area and a proven track record within a similar environment. They will have an in-depth and expert knowledge and experience of Scottish Land policy and management.
Full details including how to apply and more information for those considering a secondment are available on their website here
Project Coordinator, Southern Upland Partnership
Contract: Full time
Workplace: Studio 2, Lindean Mill, Galashiels, TD1 3PE, working between office base and Moffat area
Closing Date: 29th November
The Southern Uplands Partnership (SUP) is a local rural development charity established in 1999 to find ways of keeping people living and working in the rural South of Scotland. SUP has a long track record of developing and delivering innovative projects.
We are looking for a dynamic individual with experience of partnership working, community facilitation and land management who can bring the businesses, communities and organisations of this remote rural area together to agree and develop a new approach to local development based on the wild heart of the area that will sustain local livelihoods.
Full details including how to apply can be found on their website here.